Choose one of these projects to complete. More detailed information can be found in the link to Huntsville City Schools.
Choose one of these projects to complete. More detailed information is available in the link to Huntsville City Schools.
These are downloadable documents, describing summer projects for students at Bob Jones High School.
The following files describe the assigned projects that go along with the required summer reading. All of the information for Madison City School summer reading can be found on their website: http://spowell37.wixsite.com/summershowcase
Students may complete the extra credit project on a selected novel (choices can be found under "Madison County Schools" tab) and turn in on the first day of class. Students should purchase a paper bag in order to complete it. Due on the first day of class.
OBJECTIVE: To analyze the selected novel and determine the main characters, setting, plot, and symbols.
1. Choose a select novel from the list (under "Madison County Schools" tab) and read it over the summer.
2. Choose one project from the following and turn in on the first day of class.
Children's Story, Write Your Own Scene, Rewrite the Ending, Model of the Setting, Graphic Novel.
3. Write a brief paragraph explaining what grade you think you deserve on the project and why.
The attached document below will go over the specifics of the assignment.
1. Choose one of the books from the supplied list.
2. Divide the book in half, either by chapters or page numbers.
3. Halfway through reading, type a one-page, double-spaced response to the novel.
4. At the end of the book, type another one-page, double-spaced response about the book as a whole, judging it in the light of all other books you've read.
5. Make sure your name is on both pages, staple the two together, and bring to class on the first day of school.
2. As you read, consider how the novel (from part one) relates to Foster’s ideas.
3. Select any twenty (20) chapters and write a 2-4 sentence response, demonstrating how at least ONE concept from a chapter relates to a work that you’ve read.
a. At least ten (10) chapters should be from the novel you read during the summer. b. The remaining ten (10) are your choice. You may continue with your book or choose any short story or novel that you’ve read (in school or on own).
Specifics can be found on the attached pdf document explaining the summer assignments. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions on assignments.
I. Vocabulary Lists and Quiz during first week of school
II. Written Analyses: 2 one-page reflections that relate a chapter from How to Read Literature... to either Lord of the Flies or The Kite Runner.