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  • 1. Part of your project grade is your presentation. Practice what you will say before you get up infront of your class. When you present your project, you will be talking about the followingitems: Book Title Explain your setting Tell who the protagonist is, ONE characteristic, and how they showed that characteristic Tell who the antagonist is, ONE characteristic, and how they showed that characteristic Authors name and TWO interesting facts about him/her Describe ONE conflict from your book and what kind it is What the theme of your book was Give a BRIEF (short and to the point) summary of your book—don’t give away the ending Explain your reward Tell your symbol and why it represents your bookPart of your project grade is your presentation. Practice what you will say before you get up infront of your class. When you present your project, you will be talking about the followingitems: Book Title Explain your setting Tell who the protagonist is, ONE characteristic, and how they showed that characteristic Tell who the antagonist is, ONE characteristic, and how they showed that characteristic Authors name and TWO interesting facts about him/her Describe ONE conflict from your book and what kind it is What the theme of your book was Give a BRIEF (short and to the point) summary of your book—don’t give away the ending Explain your reward Tell your symbol and why it represents your book

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