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  • Fantasy Book

    Report

    Name: ______________ Due Date: ___________

  • A fantasy/science fiction book is a story that may contain the use of magic, talking animals, mythical creatures, or other fictional beings. The setting may take place in a futuristic, fantastic, or medieval universe.

    Directions: Read the assignment thoroughly before beginning. Make a plan and give yourself plenty of time to read and get your project completed. Your

    final project and your Graphic Organizer will both be due at the same time. Be prepared to share your final project with the class.

    1.  Select a fantasy/science fiction book. The book must be approved by your teacher.

    2.  Read the book. You may want to take notes as you read. You can do this by writing on post-it notes and posting them to the pages of the book. You may also take notes in a journal. Look for elements of fantasy as you read.

    a. Talking/thinking animals or nonliving objects (trees, rocks, mirrors…..) b. Fictional beings such as unicorns, aliens, dragons. c. Use of magic, powers of the mind, or technology that is not yet possible. d. Space travel or time travel.

    3.  Complete the Graphic Organizer. GO’s help you organize thoughts and events that take place in your story. You will use your GO to write your summary and make sure all elements are included in your final project. a. Title of your book b. Author c. Main characters - described in detail (these are the characters that impact the story) d. Supporting characters - described in detail (only ones that would change the stories outcome if they were taken out of the story) e. Setting(s) of the book - described in detail. f. Point of View (1st person or 3rd person) – who is telling the story (the main character or the narrator) with supporting examples from the text. g.  Summary of events – first, next, then, last h.  Conflict and resolution – supporting details included i.  5 examples of why this book is a fantasy/science fiction book with

    supporting information for each example. g.  What did you like about the book? Why? h.  Would you change anything? Give specific examples. i.  Would you recommend this book? Why or why not?

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  • 4.  Write a Summary of your story – you must have ALL the above elements included.

    5. Create a project – pick a project that will be able to include all the

    elements required in your report. Ideas:

    * Travel brochure * Poster

    * PowerPoint * Movie poster

    * Newspaper * Alternate book jacket

    * your own idea (teacher approval needed) 6.  Grading sheet – this is a great tool to use as you do your project.

    Check off each item as you do it so you know you have included all the elements.

    7.  Remember, all work must be done by you. You may type your final project. All art must be student drawn (no pictures from the computer)

    and in living color.

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  • Fantasy GO

    Name: ____________ Due Date: __________ Directions: Use this GO to record all necessary information needed for your project. This is considered your rough draft and should reflect that of a rough draft. There should be editing, adding of new information, and rough sketches for your final project. Your final project will contain additional details. This GO will be due at the time of your final project. Book Title: ___________________ Author: _____________________ Main Characters

    1. Name:____________ Description: ________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ 2. Name:_____________ Description: ________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________

    Quick character sketch

    Supporting Characters:

    1. Name:_________ Description: _______________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ 2. Name:_________ Description: _______________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________

    Quick character sketch

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  • Setting – Draw a quick sketch of the setting and write a brief description.

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________ Point of View

    ____________________________________________ Conflict

    ____________________________________________ Resolution

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________ Summary – first, next, then, last

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

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  • Five detailed examples of why this book is a fantasy/science fiction book

    1. __________________________________________

    __________________________________________

    2. __________________________________________

    __________________________________________

    3. __________________________________________

    __________________________________________

    4. __________________________________________

    __________________________________________

    5. __________________________________________

    __________________________________________

    What did you like about this book? Why?

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    Would you change anything in this story? What would you change?

    Why? Give specific examples.

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

    Would you recommend this book to another student? Why?

    ____________________________________________

    ____________________________________________

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  • Fantasy Book Report Grading Sheet 5 pts.

    Exceeds Expectations

    4 pts. Meets Expectations

    3 pts. Meets Most Expectation

    2 pts. Partially Meets Expectations

    1 pt. Does Not Meet

    Expectation

    0 pts Does Not Meet

    Expectation

    Book Title present not present

    Author present not present

    Main Characters

    includes strong details, descriptions,

    and facts describing the characters

    supporting details, descriptions, and facts help describe the characters but

    could have included more

    supporting details, descriptions, and facts to describe the characters to

    make the descriptions more

    complete

    descriptions need a lot more details and facts to describe the characters

    minimal information is

    given to describe the characters

    there is no presences of

    details, facts, or descriptions present

    of characters

    Supporting Characters

    includes strong details, descriptions,

    and facts describing the characters

    supporting details, descriptions, and facts help describe the characters but

    could have included more

    supporting details, descriptions, and facts to describe the characters to

    make the descriptions more

    complete

    descriptions need a lot more details and facts to describe the characters

    minimal information is

    given to describe the characters

    there is no presences of

    details, facts, or descriptions present

    of characters

    Setting

    uses precise words that describe the setting in detail so the reader can

    picture the setting

    uses precise words most of the time to describe the

    setting

    choice of descriptive words is good most of the time but the lack of details make it hard to picture the

    setting

    lacks detailed words to support

    the setting

    very few descriptive words used and

    reader is unable to picture the setting

    zero to no description is given

    Point of View

    point of view is clearly stated with clear supporting

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