Jigsaw Classics1. Set up a LiveBinders account.2. Establish collaboration with one or two other students who are reading the same book.3. Once established, choose which binder will be the group’s.
eBookTab has a picture of your bookSubtab = eBook
BackgroundResearch the book, the author, or historical contexts1. At least four subtabs2. At least three research sources3. At least one presentation/compilation of the research
Character LinksThink about the key characters and the relationships among them.1. Subtabs for each analysis or for each character2. Use various mediums3. Show deep analysis or layered connections
SummarySet up subtabs by chapter or chapter sets1. Summarize what happens2. Show the links between the events3. Key quotes should be evident4. Use a variety of mediums (wordle, tagxedo, animoto, etc. ?)
AnalysisThoroughly analyze the novel, its elements, and its embedded layers1. AP-style language2. Thorough3. Insightful4. Varied5. Use diverse mediums
AssessmentsThese most likely will parallel your summary sets.1. Create quizzes and answer sheet tabs.2. Create a final test on your book. Use AP- style questions.Formats may vary: google docs, word, “quizmoto,” museum boxes, ????
Contemporary Connections1. Research connections in contemporary culture. Use a variety of mediums to show parallels between your book and the world today. Be creative, be clear, and be accurate.2. Ever notice how your book is quoted in other books, in movies, or on television? Collect the references and link to them.
eGames1. Create five eGames for your book.2. Show summary and analysis.3. Teach the book through games.4. Be diverse and used varied mediums.