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Tom Sawyer Eulogy Speaking Project

Tom Sawyer Eulogy Speaking Project
Tom Sawyer Eulogy Speaking Project
Tom Sawyer Eulogy Speaking Project
Tom Sawyer Eulogy Speaking Project
Tom Sawyer Eulogy Speaking Project
Tom Sawyer Eulogy Speaking Project
Tom Sawyer Eulogy Speaking Project
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3 MB|10 pgs and 15 slides
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As part of their study of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain, students write and present a eulogy for Tom Sawyer from the point of view of another character. This resource includes a full lesson for Interactive Notebooks and a traditional handout. You can have students present in small groups (audiences of 4-5 students conducting peer feedback) or in front of the whole class. This can happen after you read chapter 17 or at a later point in the novel.

What You Get:

1. Full lesson with suggestions for three model eulogies
2. Interactive Notebook spread
3. Three possible writing prompts to start the lesson
4. ISN: Brainstorming Chart
5. Project Walkthrough PPT (editable)
6. Traditional handout: project description, rubric, and brainstorming chart (editable)
7. Choice of points-based or standards-based rubric
8. Peer and Self Evaluation Forms
9. Suggestions for use as a small-group presentation activity
10. Reduced printing options (half sheet combinations, etc.)

This resource is included in my Tom Sawyer Unit for Interactive Notebooks!

Looking for other Tom Sawyer resources?

Tom Sawyer Satire Essay - Students analyze instances of satire in the novel, using textual evidence to support their claims. Includes guidelines, rubrics (analytic and holistic), and brainstorming worksheet. You also get an editable .doc version.

Tom Sawyer Descriptive Essay - Students compare/contrast a "model boy/girl" or "troublemaker" from Twain's time (as per Tom's description in the novel) to ours. Includes guidelines, rubrics (holistic and analytic), and brainstorming worksheet. Includes an editable .doc version.

Scrapbook Project - Students create a "scrapbook" from tic-tac-toe style prompts based on Bloom's Taxonomy. This includes a choice of nine creative and analytical tasks and two mandatory tasks.

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Total Pages
10 pgs and 15 slides
Answer Key
Rubric only
Teaching Duration
3 days
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