This is an engaging set of project options for students to create after reading Elisa Carbone's Jamestown novel Blood on the River! Students will analyze the novel's plot, characters, conflicts, themes, and especially the historical context. Each choice, from a character's journal to a Jamestown newspaper, allows students to write about different points of view and look at history with fresh eyes. For visual learners, one project option even involves illustrating the novel's settings.
There is a detailed rubric included. I hope you and your students enjoy this resource!
**Teaching Blood on the River?
This resource is part of the Blood on the River Novel Bundle.
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