In this incomplete timeline of events and dates from the novel, students fill in either dates or the events associated with the events. Since the book is not written in chronological order, this graphic organizer helps students keep track of
This project has students collect "scraps" from either Jem or Scout in the novel. Students include newspaper clippings that they write themselves and other objects, like items from the knothole. They can do a paper or electronic scrapbook. Kris
This is an excellent and creative way to review Into the Wild. Students are assigned several pages of the novel to create pages of a scrapbook (either a paper or electronic one) that Chris could have kept of his journey. Kris Maraveller
Add a twist to traditional student presentations about the Harlem Renaissance era. Students choose an artist and compete in three rounds. Winners can receive extra credit, a certificate, and a small "trophy," or all of these.
This movie pitch project is adaptable to any piece of literature. I have found it to be a more creative and interesting presentation to give. Students enjoy doing them, and I enjoy listening to them. I have used it in my classes as a culminating