This month is “I Love to Read Month”. To help us celebrate each student is required to share one book of their choice. Students are to find a book that they would like to share and then give a short presentation about the book.
In this presentation students should:
Share a copy or picture of the book itself
Share the basic plot of the storyline (without spoilers preferred)
Tell what it is about the book that they like so much such as what catches their interest, connects them to the story and more.
What type of audience would want to read this book (who they would suggest it to).
Students are encouraged to share in depth about the book and attempt to draw their audience into the presentation. Students may:
Dress up as a character from the book
Bring in items related to the book such as props from the story, a food item, or an artifact from the storyline.
Create a handout of some wort that can be shared with the students.
Utilize multimedia such as powerpoint, a powtoon presentation, a video they personally prepared (and many other options).
I love to read month is a celebration of reading that includes books of all kinds ranging from early years picture books to lengthy novels and non-fiction. Students are able to use many forms of books for their presentations.
Students will be scored on their presentation based on the rubric
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