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ABC BOOK In addition to reading the novel on your own and discussing it with your group, you will also be expected to help complete the following project:
As you read, look for literary elements such as characters, setting, conflicts, figures of speech, themes, issues, plot, foreshadowing, etc. and organize these elements using the letters of the alphabet. You will eventually be expected to create an ABC book where you give an example of any of these elements using each letter of the alphabet. You will eventually be asked to present at least part of your book in front of the class.
• As you read, gather details from the book to create the individual pages for each letter of the alphabet. Be sure to record page numbers because you will need exact quotations.
Make sure that you include:
1. Front cover—including the author, but a new title, image, and tagline. 2. Title Page – include full book title, the name of the author, publishing, and
copyright information. 3. Almost each letter should have its own page with:
a. literary element or meaningful item (character, setting, object) from the novel identified,
b. 3-‐4 quotes from the text that exemplify the literary element or item with proper citation (do not need to be dialogue, but does need to be word-‐for-‐word instead of paraphrased)
c. a dominant illustration or image, or several (at least 3) smaller ones that relate to the literary element or item,
d. several sentences which explain the literary element or item and explain its meaning or meaningfulness in the novel. *Some letter can be skipped (“X”), while others may need multiple entries due to the number of people in a group.
4. Back cover that includes: a paragraph summary of the story that does not give away the ending, and praise (pretend you’re a critic – look at the back of other books for a model)
Follow these guidelines, but be creative. Each group member is responsible for 6
“pages” (“Front Cover” is a page).
This 60 point assignment is due on Wednesday, May 28.