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Print as many copies as you need for your students. House Book Report Project Templates: Teaching Resources Set What's Included? This unique project contains doors and windows that open up to reveal characters and scenes from the book.
These house shaped graphic organizers will provide you with all of the teaching resources that you need for your students to write about the main character, setting, plot, why it would be fun to live in this house with the main character, and a "home sweet home" moment from the story.
Students also have to add themselves as a new character in their story. When this fun book report project is completed, it is a three dimensional display that has windows and doors that open.
Below is a photograph of a bulletin board display of my students' finished house book report projects. Traditionally, requiring students to write about the characters and plot of a book is a task that most students find quite boring. By using this uniquely shaped House Book Report Project, your students will become enthusiastic architects who are busy custom designing their own houses.
This uniquely shaped book report project contains five worksheet templates that assemble into a house with a door and two windows that open up to reveal characters and scenes from the story. The finished house project measures 15 inches in width and 11 inches in height. These finished book report projects will make a unique 3D classroom bulletin board display of your students' work.
Everything that you need to complete these House Book Report Projects is included in this set of teaching resources. All that you will need is scissors, glue, tape, and coloring pencils.
There are 26 worksheet and template pages in this set, as well as two different 5 page color bulletin board display banners. You can select the version U. This set includes assembly directions on how to prepare and assemble this project.
Below is a sample of the direction pages. This set includes a book report grading rubric. I believe that it is important for students to evaluate their own work, so my grading rubric contains both a student assessment and a teacher assessment component.
When the students grade their work, they color in the faces. When the teacher grades the work, the teacher circles the small numbers in each box beside the faces. I often find that my students are harsher on themselves than I am, and that the grade that I give them is higher than they have scored themselves.
Below is an example of my House Book Report grading rubric: I believe that the writing process is important and that teachers should use process writing whenever possible.
For this reason, my students never begin their book report projects by writing on their final draft templates, instead they write on first draft worksheets.
Then, they edit and revise their work on their own, with a partner, or in individual writing conferences with me. This House Book Report Project contains five writing templates, one door area, and two window areas for students to draw pictures of characters and scenes from the story.
Write about a part of the book when someone was sweet to another person in the story. Main Character and New Character: Using colorful adjectives and examples from the story, describe the main character. Pretend that you are the author of this book and add yourself as a new character in the story.
Describe how the story changes by adding yourself as a new character. The setting is when and where the story takes place. Describe the main setting of the story using as much detail as possible. The plot is the main events and actions that happen in the story.
Write a short summary describing the plot of the story. Describe why it would be fun to live in the same house as the main character.25+ Extra Large Book Report Templates: These “one of a kind” book report projects will help you to engage your students in FUN reading activities this school year.
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