After you finish reading your book, you will create a GLOG, making 9 pages in all. This GLOG will be presented to the class as an ORAL PRESENTATION. Your grade will be based on the information in the glog, the spelling “correctness”, visualization and attractiveness of the glog, and on your oral presentation.
You will do the following for each page:
1. Create a glog for each literary technique.
2. On EACH page, include a text box at the top of the page that identifies the content of the glog (ex: CHARACTERIZATION). Add text.
3. Create a COLLAGE OF IMAGES that helps explain and support the topic (at least 5 images per glog page)
4. On every glog page, include 2 quotations from your book with page numbers that explain the literary term.
5. Each page will have a LINK to video or sound. This link best expresses the topic glog page.
6. Your oral presentation will end with your opinion of the book, using facts from the book to support why you did or did not like it. (“on a 1 to 10, 10 being the best, I gave this book a ? and why”)
6 REQUIRED PAGES (a glog for each page) will deal with the following literary terms. In other words, you MUST have a glog on each one: TITLE PAGE SETTING CHARACTERIZATION CONFLICT THEME TURNING POINT/CLIMAX
TITLE PAGE (page 1)
SETTING (page 2)
CHARACTERIZATION (page 3)
CONFLICT (page 4)
THEME (page 5)
TURNING POINT / CLIMAX (page 6)
(over for pages 7, 8, 9)
Pages 7 and 8: Keeping your book in mind, choose from the following topics for the next two pages:
AUTHOR AND HIS/HER BACKGROUND GENRE SUSPENSE FORESHADOWING FLACKBACK CONTRAST POINT-OF VIEW RESOLUTION (ending)
Page 9: You must always give credit to your sources. For any image or sound or video that you have included, paste the information of your source on this, the last page of your glog.
1. TITLE PAGE: TITLE, AUTHOR, images to capture viewers’ attention, sounds
2. SETTING: include descriptive paragraphs, explanatory text, images, sound
3. CHARACTERIZATION: represent the main character with images, quotes, and text. Be vivid with your description. What the character says or does, what others or author says about him.
4. CONFLICT: represent the major conflict (internal or external), include protagonist and antagonist, and include quote, explanations, images, sound
5. THEME: Choose the major theme. Include quote, passage that reveals the theme, text box to explain.
6. TURNING POINT or CLIMAX: include text, images, specific quotation from book where turning point occurs.
7. CHOOSE YOUR LITERATURE TERMS or AUTHOR and his/her background and create a dynamic page containing all of the information as requested above.
8. CHOOSE YOUR LITERATURE TERMS or AUTHOR and his/her background and create a dynamic page containing all of the information as requested above.
9. SOURCE page.
REMEMBER: YOU WILL BE PRESENTING THIS TO CLASS IN AN ORAL PRESENTATION.