~Newbery Book Project Presentation Guidelines~Your book project presentation should contain the followingcomponents. Have ...
•   Would you recommend this book? Why or why not?
•   Would you recommend this book? Why or why not?
•   Would you recommend this book? Why or why not?
•   Would you recommend this book? Why or why not?
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Newbery book project presentation guidelines

  1. 1. ~Newbery Book Project Presentation Guidelines~Your book project presentation should contain the followingcomponents. Have your presentation ready and practice it before you Newbery Presentationspresent. • Name of book • Author • Short precise summary of book (not word for word from another source) • The year your book was a Newbery winner or honor winner • Was your book the winner or honor winner? • Why do you think your book received the Newbery award? (Not: “Because it was good.”) • Author information: pick 2-3 interesting facts to tell about the author • Project process—why you chose this project and how you completed it • Would you recommend this book? Why or why not? ~Newbery Book Project Presentation Guidelines~Your book project presentation should contain the followingcomponents. Have your presentation ready and practice it before you Newberypresent. Presentations • Name of book • Author • Short precise summary of book (not word for word from another source) • The year your book was a Newbery winner or honor winner • Was your book the winner or honor winner? • Why do you think your book received the Newbery award? (Not: “Because it was good.”) • Author information: pick 2-3 interesting facts to tell about the author • Project process—why you chose this project and how you completed it • Would you recommend this book? Why or why not? ~Newbery Book Project Presentation Guidelines~Your book project presentation should contain the followingcomponents. Have your presentation ready and practice it before you Newberypresent. Presentations • Name of book • Author • Short precise summary of book (not word for word from another source) • The year your book was a Newbery winner or honor winner • Was your book the winner or honor winner? • Why do you think your book received the Newbery award? (Not: “Because it was good.”) • Author information: pick 2-3 interesting facts to tell about the author • Project process—why you chose this project and how you completed it
  2. 2. • Would you recommend this book? Why or why not?
  3. 3. • Would you recommend this book? Why or why not?
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