“A CHRISTMAS CAROL” TEST <br />Choose one of the four assignments below. When you have finished your assignment, you can p...
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  1. 1. “A CHRISTMAS CAROL” TEST <br />Choose one of the four assignments below. When you have finished your assignment, you can play the grammar games on these websites: http://www.eduplace.com/kids/hme/6_8/grammar/<br />http://www.theteacherscafe.com/Grammar/Grammar_Games.php<br /> <br />http://www.teach-nology.com/teachers/subject_matter/literature/grammar/<br /> <br />http://eduscapes.com/tap/topic86.htm<br /> As you choose your project, keep your learning style in mind:<br />You have a choice of one of the following types of projects: <br />Brochure or pamphlet (Learning Style - Verbal, Interpersonal) <br />Create a tri-fold brochure using Microsoft Publisher advertising the play<br />It should have two pages with 3 sections on each page<br />You must include pictures with the words. Print when finished.<br />Press Release (Learning Style - Verbal, Interpersonal) <br />1 page newspaper article/newsletter about Ebenezer Scrooge’s magnificent change in behavior<br />Go to Microsoft Publisher and choose a newsletter template<br />Song or rap (Learning Style - Musical, Interpersonal) <br />Must be 1 page and must rhyme about Scrooge or “A Christmas Carol”<br />Power Point Presentation (Learning Style - Verbal, Visual, Interpersonal)<br />10 slides with words and pictures about the Christmas Carol<br />Can be about story elements or about change in Scrooge’s behavior<br />Turn in into my hand-in folder in the commons folder<br /><ul><li>ESSAY - Write what happens after the play to each of the main characters, Scrooge, Cratchits, and nephew Fred. (1 page) Revise and edit mistakes before you turn in.

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