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Activboard Materials End of Novel Projects Holes Holes was read with a seventh grade class primarily in guided reading format. The following projects were given as choices. Many different learning styles and intelligences are accounted for in the choices given.
Holes by Louis Sachar Assessments 1. Create a guidebook for new "campers" at Camp Green Lake. Your book should include rules of the camp and advice from experienced campers. Create an original book jacket for Holes. Include artwork for the front and back, a summary for the inside front flap, and information about the author on the inside back flap.
Make sure your book jacket is original, different from the actual cover. Research a famous outlaw from history.
Present your findings in a written report or on a poster board. Be sure to include biographical information, crimes committed, and what you find most interesting about the outlaw. Choose any one of the characters in Holes.
Write ten journal entries that he or she might have written about experiences that took place during the book. Write an epilogue that takes place 20 years after the end of the existing story. Explain briefly what each character is doing at this point in time - inmates and staff of Camp Green Lake.
Be creative about how you reveal this information. Create a board game based on information from the novel.
Research the author, Louis Sachar. Include biographical information, other books he's written, and comments he's made about Holes. Would you read another book by Sachar? Why or why not? Choose an important or dramatic scene from the novel. Act it out for the class.
You will need to write a script, and use props and scenery. Create a poster-size graphic organizer that displays important information from the novel - plot, characters, setting, and themes.
Be sure to mark important locations that connect the two.Holes Book Report. Feature and Opinion, Assignment Qualities of a Book Review # Introduction – Definition A book review is a description, critical analysis, and an evaluation on the quality, meaning, and significance of a book, not a retelling.* It should focus on the book's purpose, content, and authority.
* A critical book review is not a book report or a summary * It should include a. "Holes" MEGA Activity Packet: A Novel Study of the book by Louis Sachar from Joy in the Journey on yunusemremert.com Holes Final Projects OPTION 3 3.
Create Camp Green Lake! As a group, create a model of Camp Green Lake. Use whatever materials you would like but make sure that it reflects the description from the book.
Louis Sachar: It was a great satisfaction to be recognized like that, but awards don't mean as much to me as just people liking the book. You know, it means some committee likes the book, and that is nice, but it also means more if kids like the book. Prereading worksheet - FREEBIE Pre-reading activity poster to go with the novel Holes by Louis Sachar.
Find this Pin and more on 5th Grade Common Core by Gina Kennedy-Brown. Description This is a one-page pre-reading activity poster that accompanies the novel Holes by Louis Sachar. Louis Sachar is an award-winning author of over twenty-one fiction and educational books for children.
Louis's book, Holes, won the prestigious National Book Award and the Newbery Medal.