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1Whipping Boy Cereal Box Project Using a cereal box, create a report for the Whipping Boy. First, cover the box with paper. Next, be sure to include the following items on the box:On the front of the box goes the title, author’s name, a drawing of a scene, and a summary of the book, (summary should be no less than 10 sentences long.) and a cereal title.On a side panel goes a list of the characters and a description of each one.On the other side panel there should be a review of the book.On the back of the box do one of the following: Pretend that you are Prince Horace at the end of the story. Write a letter of recommendation to the King about Jemmy. OR Complete the “Ballad of Hold-Your-Nose Billy and Cutwater” and put the entire song on the box
2Create a Comic Strip based on one of the first 10 chapters of “The Whipping Boy.” Title BoxPrince Brat and The Terrible Dinner Party Chapter 1FetchtheWhippingBoy!The King found out.Scene box 1Scene box 2Scene box 3Prince Horacewas a bad boy.His nicknamewas “Prince Brat.”The King had a dinner party. Prince Brat tied the guest wigs to their chairEach scene box should include pictures and words.Scene box 4Scene box 5Scene box 6Scene box 7Scene box 8
3Create a hook T-shirtLook at your chosen topic for your informational writing.Design a “hook” sentence that will cause your audience to want to read more of your writing.Write the sentence in your writer’s notebook.Then, cut out a T-shirt from your choice of construction paper.Write your “hook” sentence on your T-shirt.
4Asia Project*Create a display board report about your country to include this information. Give 3 or more IMPORTANT facts about each item concerning your country in Asia *Make a model of historical landmark or cultural aspect found in your country in Asia. (for example: a structure, a building, a geographic feature, house, unique transportation, symbols or icons) *Prepare a description of your model to be added to the display board. It should include: the name of the item, what it is used for or represents, when was it made or how long it has been used, and what is its significance to the country.Point value 108642Display BoardPresentationWriting/Typing clear and legible. Pictures clear and easy to see. Items mounted with proper spacing. Neat.Two mistakesThree mistakesFourmistakesFiveSix or more mistakes Writing messy. Pictures hard to see. Mounted Items unorganized. Sloppy.Poster ReportAll requested information as given above is presented.1-2 items missing3-4 items missing5-6 items missing7-8 items missing9 or more things missingReport Information.Proofread. Accurate. Written in complete sentences.2-34-56-78-910 or more mistakesModelMust be from your chosen country. Must be 3-D. Must be created with care. Must have description.1 itemmissing2 items3 items4 items missing5 or more
5Natural ResourcesCreate a natural resources sign using ONE of the questions below. Use a sheet of construction paper. Write clearly. Letters should be legible. Be Creative.______________________________________________How do most of the people in South and Southeast Asia make their living?Where do three out of four South Asians live?What people live in the Himalaya Mountains near the sources of the mighty rivers of South Asia?What is the main crop of Southeast Asia?Out of what material are many of the houses in Thai villages made?Where are rice seeds planted? How are the rice fields kept during the growing season?What is the risk of relying on cash crops and minerals as exports?What are some of the products that can come from the rain forests of South and Southeast Asia?
6Asia Project DueMay 31, 2013School exhibition is Monday June 3, 2013Projects will be presented
7Mizzez suggzLast day to turn in missing, incomplete, or redue assignments is June 6, 2013