Presentation on theme: "Your task is to create a storybook about the Paleolithic and Neolithic ages that is suitable to read to a second grade student. Your book should compare."— Presentation transcript:
Your task is to create a storybook about the Paleolithic and Neolithic ages that is suitable to read to a second grade student. Your book should compare the two ages and the Ice Age, and have appropriate illustrations to go along with the factual text. Your goal is to present the information from chapter three in a different and more creative format. Due October 12, 2015
1) Plan with a idea web. Make an outline of the information from your idea web.. 2) Your book should have 3 chapters; “The Paleolithic Age”, “The Ice Age” and “The Neolithic Age” The Ice Age chapter will be relatively short and make sure it is in the middle. 3) Write a rough draft of your chapters first. Then check to make sure your grammar and spelling are correct. Make sure you have included the information from your graphic organizers and your textbook. Include Vocabulary Terms and underline them in the text.
I will be looking for you to include facts that go with each of the 3 sections of text in Chapter 3. Paleolithic: Hunter-Gatherers and you should write about their food, clothing, shelter, tools, language development and technology. Ice Age: how it happen, changes people had to make to survive. Neolithic: Changes for humankind, farming, shelter, communities, benefits of living in a community. Story books are DUE October 12, 2015
Decide which pictures to include and/or draw your illustrations. Gather your paper and cover paper from the teacher if you need materials, or use your own. Write and illustrate your story NEATLY! Text may be hand written or word processed. Make a cover for your book… Make sure you have a title on the front and your name (first and last) and your class period on the cover of your book. You may illustrate the cover as well.
You are writing a factual storybook to teach a child about Stone Ages people and the changes that led to the first civilizations. Make it suitable for a second grader.