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Warm Up In your note book: Create a web with the age you are now in the middle circle & things that matter to you now in the outside circles. Below the web write about your favorite birthday. What made this age so exciting? In contrast, which birthday was most disappointing and why?
Project Options for Unit 2 /Block 1 one one You will choose one of the stories we have read and do one of the following projects. Create a foldable for point of view or characterization Create a diorama for the setting or a character Create 3 comic strips showing an event from the story in 1 st person, 3 rd person limited and 3 rd omniscient point of view
Project Options for Unit 2/Blocks 2 & 4 one You will choose one of the stories we have read and do one of the following projects. Create a foldable for point of view or characterization Create a diorama for the setting or a character Re-write the story from a different character’s point of view Create 3 comic strips showing an event from 1 st person, 3 rd person limited and 3 rd omniscient point of view Create a game board for a story MUST BE APPROAVED BY TEACHER! Student Choice- Create your own project. MUST BE APPROAVED BY TEACHER!
Unit 2 Project Options: Foldable Foldable: Create a foldable to demonstrate your understanding of the skills taught in Unit 2- characterization and point of view. Choice 1- Two Tab Point of View Foldable Definition of term used (Point of view, 1 st, 3 rd limited or omniscient) Character’s names Point of view of person telling story How story would be different from another character’s point of view. Choice 2- Characterization Clues Foldable Definition of 4 types of characterization Two examples for each of the 5 categories on foldable Picture/drawing of the character showing some of the traits mentioned in the project Also must include the following: Title of story & author Name of character Student’s name and block
Point of View Foldable Make a 2 tab foldable that explains how the point of view of the person telling the story influences the reader and how the story would be different if it were told by another character
Unit 2 Project Options: Diorama Creation: Choose one of the options below and create a diorama using key concepts from Unit 2 short stories. Be sure to follow the step-by-step directions attached to this worksheet. Character Box- -Choose one character from one of the short stories in Unit 2 and complete a diorama that includes three major character traits/qualities and demonstrates your understanding of the character and how he/she related to the short story. Setting Box- -Choose one setting and time period and recreate a scene from Unit 2 demonstrating your understanding of the time period selected.
Unit 2 Project Options Diorama Setting or Character Box
Unit 2 Project Options Narrative Point of View Comic Strips: Directions: Choose one of the short stories from Unit 2 and create three comic strips showing one of the three different narrative viewpoints; 1 st person, 3 rd person and 3 rd person omniscient. Requirements 1. Each comic strip [there are 3 in all] will contain dialogue [word bubbles], three scenes, and narration [square narration boxes]. 2. Each comic strip should be narrated using one of the following perspectives: first-person, third-person, and third-person omniscient. 3. Make an effort to clearly show the point of view. 4. The title of your comic strip will include the Point of View you are illustrating.
Unit 2 Project Options: Comic Strips Unit 2 Project Options: Comic Strips You create 3 comic strips relating to an event from one of the stories we read. 1 strip from 1 st person, 1 from 3 rd person limited and 1 from 3 rd omniscient
Unit 2 Project Options Short-Story Rewrite: Short-Story Rewrite: Re-write any of the stories we read in Unit 2 from a different characters point of view. Your short story must include the following : -the original title and your new title -setting, -plot Book cover Plot diagram Characterization map Original setting & plot Written in first- or third-person point of view Conclusion (Resolution) Cite sources for any images or quotes from the text or the Internet using
Unit 2 Project Options: Game Board ______ First and last name, date, and block included _____ Game board [Use of color and good quality] _____ Game pieces _____ Index cards _____ Dice, game chip, or coins _____ Directions on how to play and rules [typed and/or written in blue or black ink] _____ Answer key [typed and/or written in blue or black ink] _____ Incentive for winning or answering questions correctly _____ Loss of points or turn if a question is answered incorrectly
Unit 2 Project Options: Student Choice You may create a unique way to show your understanding of Characterization and Point of View. Note: Your idea must be presented in writing and approved by teacher.
Warm Up Day 2 “Eleven” by Sandra Cisneros Look up the following words and put the definitions in your NB: 1. Figurative language 2. Simile Find 3 examples of similes in the beginning of the story.