4 Draw an illustration to represent the topic you chose to read about. Directions:Create a Cereal Box nonfiction book report. You should select an informational book about a topic you are interested in. The book should be at least 50 pages. Please see me if you have any questions about your book selection. Include the following information on the front, back, and sides of your cereal box.*Color/decorate your cereal box. (2 pts.)*Turn in this form with your book report. (1 pt.)Vocab. Words(9 pts.)Select three words from the text that you think would make good vocabulary words. Select words that are difficult or interesting. Then, write the words below. Use a dictionary to locate their definitions, and record them under each word. Finally, draw a picture to represent each word.1. Vocabulary Word*Definition*Picture2. Vocabulary Word3. Vocabulary WordDraw an illustration to represent the topic you chose to read about.(2 pts.)Write a paragraph explaining why you chose to read and learn more about the topic of your book. Before you began reading, what did you already know about your topic? What were you hoping to learn about your topic?(2 pts.)(1 pt. for title, author’s name, and your name)Kathleen Amari-Crookston, 2014
5 Total: ____/34 pts. Quote #1 Quote #2 Quote #3 Write a summary about your topic. Make sure your summary includes at least five facts you learned about your topic.Select three nonfiction text structures that helped you better understand what you read. List the three structures that helped you. Under each structure, explain how it helped you with your reading comprehension.(6 pts.)(5 pts.)#1Good readers make connections to what they read. As you read, make a text-to-self, text-to-text, and text-to-word connection.(6 pts.)Quote #1Quote #2Quote #3Explanation of how the feature helped you#2Explanation of how the quote relates to something in your lifeExplanation of how the quote relates to something you’ve read in another bookExplanation of how the quote relates to something going on in the worldExplanation of how the feature helped youHere is a list of nonfiction text structures: chronological order, cause/effect, description, compare/contrast, and sequence.#3Explanation of how the feature helped youTotal: ____/34 pts.Kathleen Amari-Crookston, 2014
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