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Reading Fair Project
All Fiction Projects Must Contain
the Following Elements:
 1.Title
 2.Author
 3.Publisher and publication date
 4.Main...
Title and Author
 The TITLE is the name of the book.
 The AUTHOR is the person who wrote the
book.
Publisher and Publication Date
 The NAME OF THE PUBLISHER can be
found on the verso* page (sometimes
called the copyright...
Main Characters and Setting
 The MAIN CHARACTERS are the ones who are
most important to the story.
 Example - The main c...
Tone or Mood
 How did the author want you to feel when
writing the story? How did it make you
feel? Write in complete sen...
Author’s Purpose
 Tell in a complete sentence
why the author wrote this
book.
 Example - The author’s
purpose was to per...
Plot Summary
 A brief description of the order of events
in the story. Use complete sentences.
 Example - In this story,...
Conflict or Problem
 What is the problem within
the story? Do I really need
to tell you to write in
complete sentences ag...
Resolution
 What is the result of solving
the problem in the story?
What kind of sentences??
 Example – Since Llama was
...
All Nonfiction Projects Must
Contain the Following Elements:
1. Title
2. Author
3. Publisher and Publication Date
4. Stude...
Title and Author
 The TITLE is the name of the book.
 The AUTHOR is the person who wrote the
book.
Author
Publisher and Publication Date
 The NAME OF THE PUBLISHER can be
found on the verso* page (sometimes
called the copyright...
Student Prediction
 What do you PREDICT you will learn about the
book BEFORE you read it?
 After reading the book, what ...
Structure of Text/Genre
 Is your book..
Descriptive.
Explanatory
Persuasive.
Opinion Based..
Report..
Instructional
Graphic Organizers
Summary
Write a description
of what your book is
about.
Student Connections
Follow Up Questions
 After reading the book, I would like to ask
_________(author of book) about….
1.
2.
What are the judges looking for?
 Is the writing neat and easy to understand?
 Use complete sentences!
 Did you use you...
Must Haves!!
Problem
Solution
Author’s
purpose
Setting
Main characters
Title
Author
Publication
information
Plot summary
Dress it up!!
Glitter
Feathers
Pebbles
Tin foil
Plastic toy
Photos
Beads
Ribbons
Fuzzy
Pencils
Markers
Crayons
Rulers
Colo...
Last But Not Least
 Do Your Best!
 Be Proud of Your Project!
 Learn Something You Never Knew Before!
 And don’t forget...
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Winfield Reading fair project revised2016 ppt

  1. 1. Reading Fair Project
  2. 2. All Fiction Projects Must Contain the Following Elements:  1.Title  2.Author  3.Publisher and publication date  4.Main Characters  5.Setting  6.Tone/Mood  7.Author’s Purpose  8.Plot Summary  9.Conflict  10.Resolution
  3. 3. Title and Author  The TITLE is the name of the book.  The AUTHOR is the person who wrote the book.
  4. 4. Publisher and Publication Date  The NAME OF THE PUBLISHER can be found on the verso* page (sometimes called the copyright page). The verso is the back of the title page.  The DATE THE BOOK WAS PUBLISHED can also be found on the verso page.  HINT: It is usually found after a little c with a circle around it like this: ©1999. Publication date of 1999.
  5. 5. Main Characters and Setting  The MAIN CHARACTERS are the ones who are most important to the story.  Example - The main characters are the Llama Llama, Purplicious, Harry Potter, etc.  The SETTING is the time and place of the story  Example - The setting is inside a house/bedroom.
  6. 6. Tone or Mood  How did the author want you to feel when writing the story? How did it make you feel? Write in complete sentences.  Example - I think the mood of the story is fun because of the way the characters repeat the same phrases when asked for help.  Tone or Mood
  7. 7. Author’s Purpose  Tell in a complete sentence why the author wrote this book.  Example - The author’s purpose was to persuade with a fun story about what happens when you go places and how to be successful.
  8. 8. Plot Summary  A brief description of the order of events in the story. Use complete sentences.  Example - In this story, the Golden Rule, Mama and Papa try to teach brother and sister a new rule: Treat others the way you want to be treated!
  9. 9. Conflict or Problem  What is the problem within the story? Do I really need to tell you to write in complete sentences again?  Example - The problem in the story is that every thinks Percy stole the lightning, but really his dad gave it to him.
  10. 10. Resolution  What is the result of solving the problem in the story? What kind of sentences??  Example – Since Llama was so scared and kept asking mamma to come to his room, she told him to stop the llama drama!
  11. 11. All Nonfiction Projects Must Contain the Following Elements: 1. Title 2. Author 3. Publisher and Publication Date 4. Student Prediction 5. Structure of Text/Genre 6. Graphic Organizer 7. Summary of Book 8. Student Made Connections 9. Author’s Purpose 10. Follow-Up Questions
  12. 12. Title and Author  The TITLE is the name of the book.  The AUTHOR is the person who wrote the book. Author
  13. 13. Publisher and Publication Date  The NAME OF THE PUBLISHER can be found on the verso* page (sometimes called the copyright page). The verso is the back of the title page.  The DATE THE BOOK WAS PUBLISHED can also be found on the verso page.  HINT: It is usually found after a little c with a circle around it like this: ©1999. Publication date of 1999.
  14. 14. Student Prediction  What do you PREDICT you will learn about the book BEFORE you read it?  After reading the book, what do you predict will next?
  15. 15. Structure of Text/Genre  Is your book.. Descriptive. Explanatory Persuasive. Opinion Based.. Report.. Instructional
  16. 16. Graphic Organizers
  17. 17. Summary Write a description of what your book is about.
  18. 18. Student Connections
  19. 19. Follow Up Questions  After reading the book, I would like to ask _________(author of book) about…. 1. 2.
  20. 20. What are the judges looking for?  Is the writing neat and easy to understand?  Use complete sentences!  Did you use your imagination? Did you make it creative and interesting?  White boards with pencil writing only will not make the judges want to stay long!!  Did you follow directions, and is your project durable (no pieces falling off)?  Did you write about the most important information? Do you understand what the author was trying to say in the story?  Does your project make others want to read it? Did you do the work yourself (individual)?
  21. 21. Must Haves!! Problem Solution Author’s purpose Setting Main characters Title Author Publication information Plot summary
  22. 22. Dress it up!! Glitter Feathers Pebbles Tin foil Plastic toy Photos Beads Ribbons Fuzzy Pencils Markers Crayons Rulers Colored paper Stencils or Printer
  23. 23. Last But Not Least  Do Your Best!  Be Proud of Your Project!  Learn Something You Never Knew Before!  And don’t forget those complete sentences.

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