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A taste of bud, not buddy


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A taste of bud, not buddy

  1. 1. Source: The Peanut Gallery A Taste of Bud, Not Buddy Book Project Directions 1. Read the book entitled “Bud, Not Buddy.” Don’t forget to take notes as you read. 2. You may choose any food you wish as the vehicle for your book project. Please choose food that is naturally broken into sections. (Examples: pizza, burgers, sundae, cake, pancakes, etc.) Think about which food you would like to create and how you will do it. 3. Each part of the book project must be included in its own section. Parts should not run together and should be clear and easy to read. Type or write legibly your book project information. 4. All pieces of the project should be clearly labeled with your name and somehow be attached together (tape, staples, glue, string, Ziploc bag, etc.) The project can be made from any medium you choose (paper, cardboard, wood, foam, poster board, etc.) 5. All sections should be proofread for correct spelling, capitalization, and punctuation. Neatness will also count. FYI The student with the most creative project will receive a prize.
  2. 2. Source: The Peanut Gallery “Book Bite” Sections Section One Introduction  Book Title  Author’s Name  Genre (category of fiction) Section Two Setting Include where and when (time period, season, etc.) your story takes place. If your setting changes throughout the book, be sure to include various settings. Section Three Characters List the main characters in your book and give two character traits for each. You must also give an example from the story to support each character trait chosen. Use the included character traits list for help. Section Four Plot/Summary Write a brief summary of your book. Include the main conflict, what events lead up to the conflict and how the conflict is solved. This summary should be a minimum of eight sentences. Section Five Your Opinion Answer the following questions:  Did you like the book? Why or Why Not?  Who was your favorite character? Why?  What was your favorite part of the book? Why?  What lessons can be learned from reading this book?
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  6. 6. Source: The Peanut Gallery A Taste of Bud, Not Buddy Book Project Grading Rubric Name ________________________ Date _____________ 1. Submitted signed parent/guardian letter by due date Turned in final project by due date 20 15 10 5 0 2. Designed project according to directions 20 15 10 5 0 3. All sections attached with students’ name 20 15 10 5 0 4. Spelling/Capitalization/Punctuation Neatness 20 15 10 5 0 5. Creativity and Visual Appeal Project reflects effort 20 15 10 5 0 Scoring # Points Earned 1 ___ 2 ___ 3 ___ 4 ___ 5 ___ Total Points Earned: ___ Evaluator’s Comments
  7. 7. Source: The Peanut Gallery A Taste of Bud, Not Buddy Book Project Important Dates to Remember Parent/Guardian Letter Due (signed) Tuesday, September 20 Have Book Read Friday, September 23 Final Book Project Due Date Friday, September 30
  8. 8. Source: The Peanut Gallery A Taste of Bud, Not Buddy Book Project Parent/Guardian Letter Dear Parents/Guardians: Your child has been assigned a book project entitled “A Taste of Bud, Not Buddy” which is based on the book entitled “Bud, Not Buddy.” This project was explained to your child in class. In addition, an information packet with detail instructions was distributed to your child. Please take a moment to review the packet. After you have reviewed the information packet, please sign and date the parent/guardian form below so that I know your child has shared the project information with you. Thank you so much for your support and cooperation. ----------------------------------------------------------- A Taste of Bud, Not Buddy Book Project Student’s Name _______________________ My child has shared the book project information packet with me. Parent/Guardian Signature ___________________ Date ___________