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The Book’s Title The Author’s Name. Full names Of each member Of your Lit Circle Group Go here. How to use this template. Each slide tells you exactly what you need to do. Insert additional slides as specified . KEEP THE HEADINGS AND THE SAME ORDER FOR EACH SECTION.

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The book s title the author s name

The Book’sTitleThe Author’s Name

Full names

Of eachmember

Of your

Lit Circle Group

Go here


How to use this template

How to use thistemplate

Eachslide tells youexactlywhatyouneed to do. Insert additionalslides as specified.

KEEP THE HEADINGS AND THE SAME ORDER FOR EACH SECTION.

See the sections to the right and eachtake one section to complete:

Setting, Complication and Conflict

StudentA’sname

Background information and Key Words

StudentB’sname

Illustrator and CharacterStudies

Student C’s name

Passages and Connections

Student D’s name

Writer’s Style and Conclusion

StudentE’sname OR

everyone in a group of 4


No spoilers key to success

  • No full sentences

  • Minimal textexcept for the passages you are copying to share

  • No reading off the screen

  • Large font thatcanbeeasilyread

  • LOTS of good images

NO SPOILERS!!!Key to success

PowerPoint is made to ILLUSTRATE WHAT YOU ARE SAYING

so go light on the text and heavy on the images!


Setting

Setting

On thisslideyoushouldprovide the followinginformation in POINT FORM ONLY:

Time (approximateyear, season, etc.)

Place (real or imaginary)

Cultural setting (social class, language, etc.)

Atmosphere, mood

Specificdetails(house, apartment, school, etc.)

AND an image of the setting


An image related to setting

An imagerelated to setting

  • This couldbetwo or more slides showingyourdepiction of the setting and/or a map

  • Think of usingdrawings, Google maps, or images fromflickr or Google


Background information

Background information

  • Explainwhatyoulearned about the location, the culture of the people, the social conditions, and anyotherinterestingdetailsabout the story or the writerduringyournovelstudy.

  • Be sure to add images wherever possible!

  • This canbe a few slides


Main c haracters

Main characters

  • Use one slide for EACH main characterin order to show:

    • An image of the character (yourillustrator’screationor photos of actorsyouwouldcast to play the role)

    • Add a variety of adjectives to describe the character


Other characters

Othercharacters

  • List othercharactersand explain the roleof each in the novel – whydid the writercreatethesecharacters? Whatrole do theyplay?

  • Include images if possible but limitthis to justa slide or two NOT one slide per character


The complication

The complication

  • You don’twant to giveaway the whole story, but youneed to describein point form the complication that sets off the action of the novel.

  • Include an illustration here


The conflict

The conflict

  • Describein point formthe different types of conflict in the noveland try to illustrateeach

  • Use a separateslide for each:

    • One slide for man vs. man

    • One slide for man vs. himself

      according to the novel…..


Five key words

Five keywords

  • Choosefive keywordsthat show the theme, tone, topic, character, mood or cultural background of the novel.

  • Use one slide for eachword, explain the significance of the wordand add an illustration


Pertinent passages

Pertinent Passages

  • Choose3 key passages thatillustrate

    • the novel’stheme

    • the protagonist’scharacterand

    • the central conflict.

  • Copy the passage in full

  • Explainhow the passage is important in explaining the theme, conflict and character.


Connections

Connections

  • Use pertinent passages to explainat least TWO connections you made to othernovels or to modern life, school, currentevents, etc.

  • Copy the full passage and use one slide for each passage.


The writer s style

The writer’s style

  • Choose at least twointerestingpassages and maketwo slides to show the writer’s style.

  • Avoid listing similesand examples of onomatopeia, personification or hyerbole: instead, choose passages that are reallyenjoyable to readbecause of the images theyinvoke in the reader’smind.


Conclusion was this a good read

Conclusion:Wasthis a good read?

  • Shareyourgroup’soverall impression of the novel:

  • What made it a good read?

  • Wouldyoureadanother book by the sameauthor?

  • What type of readermightalsoenjoythis book?


Credits

Credits

Setting, Complication and Conflict

StudentA’sname

Background information and Key Words

StudentB’sname

Illustrator and CharacterStudies

Student C’s name

Passages and Connections

Student D’s name

Writer’s Style and Conclusion

StudentE’sname or everyonetogether in a group of 4


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