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Illustrator

  1. 1. Literature  Circle  Roles:   Illustrator   Your  job… is  to  provide  an  illustration  for  the  section  of  the  book  your   group  is  reading.  You  can  do  this  in  one  of  two  ways.  First,  you  can  draw  a  specific  moment  from  the  story.    This  is  a  “snapshot”  of  a  funny,  scary,  emotional,  or  interesting  point  in  the  selection.  Secondly,  you  can  choose  to  do  what  is  called  “Travel  Tracer”.  This  is  done  by  drawing  many  smaller  pictures  that  show  the  different  settings  of  the  selection  you  read  (kind  of  like  a  comic  strip).  Travel  Tracer  focuses  each  picture  on  the  settings  throughout  the  section  and  shows  how  the  setting  influenced  or  changed  the  story.  Either  way,  make  sure  you  draw  in  detail  and  color  all  your  work.  Make  sure  you:   1) Use  half  a  piece  of  unlined  paper  for  your  illustration     2) Give  your  work  a  title  and/or  captions   3) Write  a  paragraph  of  about  (4  or  more)  sentences  explaining  WHY  you  chose  this  part  to  illustrate.     Think  about:    why  you  liked  it,    what  it  reminded  you  of,  &  why  it’s  important  to  the  story.   4) Paste  the  illustration  in  your  Lit.  Circle  notebook  underneath  your  paragraph.                  Paragraph  Example:  I drew a “snapshot” of Gregor falling through the air after getting suckeddown the vent in his laundry room. I liked this part because he started out scared to death ofhitting the ground but after a while his fear went away. It is important because it shows how deepunder the Earth Gregor ends up. It reminded me of falling on a ride at Great America, except thatGregor was doing it in the dark and I did it in daylight.  When  you  meet….   1) Read  why  you  chose  to  draw  this  section  of  the  story.   2) Proudly  share  your  illustration  with  everyone  in  the  group.   3) Have  the  group  grade  you  on  the  rubric.     4   3   2   1  Detailed, color Color illustrations Illustrations done Illustrations doneillustrations done done with some care with a little care with minimal carewith great careWell written Paragraph adequately Paragraph minimally Little to noparagraph fully explains illustration, explains the explanation; it isexplaining the but is not great. illustration but is too more like a captionillustration short    Student Name: ___________________________________ Score I think I deserve: _______Book Title: ____________________________________________________Date: _________________ Pages Read: ___________________ Score I got: _______
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