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Place items in a paper bag to represent parts of a story Grade level: Grades can complete this project. After selecting and reading a book independently, students will create a paper bag book report using an ordinary paper bag.
Students should choose items to place in the bag to represent significant events or characters from the book. For example, "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" might call for a soup spoon, a thermometer, a piece of doll house furniture, an ad for running shoes, etc.
Students, after filling and decorating their bags, present them to the class. Each student should explain how the items he or she has chosen relate to the book.
This makes for a fun oral presentation which exceeds the traditional book report for both the presenter and the audience. Books Paper bags large to lunch-size Decorative items for the bag markers, stickers, etc. The class reads a book together and the teacher demonstrates a sample paper bag book report.
This is optional--more appropriate for younger or lower functioning students. Each student chooses and reads a book independently, with teacher approval. This can be modified if students are very low functioning--peer tutor or teacher reads book to them.
Students devise written plans for their bag book reports, detailing five to seven items for the inside as well as creating layouts for the outside of the bag.
The teacher may want to require title, author, and publisher on the front; an internal conflict on the left side; an external conflict on the right side; or a favorite scene on the back, for example.
Provide time in class for students to complete their book report projects so they can see others working and have guided practice at fulfilling the promise of their written plans.
Students present their projects, in detail, to the class - first explaining the outside of their bags and then explaining each of the items inside. Questions from the class come naturally and should be encouraged.
Students can assess each other using a teacher-devised scoring rubric for both the bag and the presentation. Enhancement of Literacy Skills: Why did the select the book?
Why did they select the items? What was their favorite part of the book? Add the items together. How many items did everyone in the whole class use?
What is the probability I will draw an item that starts with "p"?Watch video · This is an example of a paper bag book report completed on a fantasy novel.
The report took into account that a paper bag holds more than a plastic bag and applied an adjustment factor. The Boustead LCA found that: On consumption of non-renewable energy, paper bags used times more than plastic bags.
Nov 13, · To create a paper bag book cover, start by cutting a paper bag along one of the side seams and trimming off the flaps that form the bottom of the bag. Next, unfold the bag so it lays flat and fold the top and bottom edges of the paper in so it’s as tall as the book%(93).
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Click or Press Enter to view the items in your shopping bag or Press Tab to interact with the Shopping bag tooltip. You have items in your shopping bag. Barnes & . Goals and Objectives: After selecting and reading a book independently, students will create a paper bag book report using an ordinary paper bag.
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