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Story wheel book project

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  • 1. ~Story Wheel Book Project~ Due:During the next 7 ½ weeks, you will read and present a project based on a fiction book. This will becount three times towards your reading grade. With this much time and days off, there should not beany excuse about not having a project or not having a project that shows LOTS of effort.Step OneChoose one fiction book to read. These books can be found in our school library or you may chooseone from the public library or one from your personal library at home. Please select a book that youwill enjoy reading, you have not read before, and will be of a challenge to you. The book you chooseCANNOT have a movie that goes with it. If you do your project on a book that has a movie, youwill earn a “0” (3 of them).Step TwoBegin reading your book now. Read carefully and completely. Make sure you are following thetimeline provided for the project. This includes deadlines for several components associated withyour grade for the project.Step ThreeAfter reading your book, create a story wheel. To make it very impressive, try making it 3-D.Requirements for the story wheel are on the attached paper. Following directions is part of yourgrade. It must be set up exactly as the directions show.Step FourFinish your project and present it to the class on (Please read, sign below, cut, and return bottom portion only.)---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------My child and I understand that this project is not optional, but is for a reading grade. We understand that the projectis due no later than Tuesday, January 8, 2013.Parent Signature __________________________________________________Student Signature _________________________________________________The book that I will be reading and presenting to the class is titled: ______________________________________ Please return this form by . It IS part of the project grade. No points will be given if paper is returned late.
  • 2. • Story Wheel Requirements o To begin, use some kind of material to make your circle shape. This could be a piece of poster board, wood, styrofoam, something covered in material, etc. o Your circle should be divided in the following way with the appropriate information: Title of book Author Your name Make Your Story Wheel 3-D!!! You can make the main character or antagonist pop up! Draw the characters on a separate sheet of paper. Draw a background on your story wheel. Cut out the character, add tabs behind it, and glue it to the story. Be creative!!
  • 3. • Story Wheel Requirements o To begin, use some kind of material to make your circle shape. This could be a piece of poster board, wood, styrofoam, something covered in material, etc. o Your circle should be divided in the following way with the appropriate information: Title of book Author Your name Make Your Story Wheel 3-D!!! You can make the main character or antagonist pop up! Draw the characters on a separate sheet of paper. Draw a background on your story wheel. Cut out the character, add tabs behind it, and glue it to the story. Be creative!!
  • 4. • Story Wheel Requirements o To begin, use some kind of material to make your circle shape. This could be a piece of poster board, wood, styrofoam, something covered in material, etc. o Your circle should be divided in the following way with the appropriate information: Title of book Author Your name Make Your Story Wheel 3-D!!! You can make the main character or antagonist pop up! Draw the characters on a separate sheet of paper. Draw a background on your story wheel. Cut out the character, add tabs behind it, and glue it to the story. Be creative!!
  • 5. • Story Wheel Requirements o To begin, use some kind of material to make your circle shape. This could be a piece of poster board, wood, styrofoam, something covered in material, etc. o Your circle should be divided in the following way with the appropriate information: Title of book Author Your name Make Your Story Wheel 3-D!!! You can make the main character or antagonist pop up! Draw the characters on a separate sheet of paper. Draw a background on your story wheel. Cut out the character, add tabs behind it, and glue it to the story. Be creative!!

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