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Class Period: INDEPENDENT NOVEL STUDY PROJECT ____/65
DAILY READING GOAL: /3
TITLE:
Determine how many pages you need to read each day to finish your
book in time to complete this project before returning to school.
AUTHOR:
Each day I need to read ______ pages to complete my
NUMBER OF PAGES: book with enough time to complete the rest of the
project.

DATE PAGES YOU READ TODAY DATE PAGES YOU READ TODAY
Plot Diagram and Elements Review ____ / 12
Directions: Fill out the "Plot Diagram" as you read your book.

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Background Information:
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Plot Elements Review  / 10 Genre and Subgenre / 5
*Use the notes in your VIP section for support*
#1 Protagonist: ________________________
List 4 character traits that describe the protagonist. Shade in the box with the subgenre of your book.
DYSTOPIAN/
HISTORICAL REALISTIC APOCOLYPTIC

MYSTERY FANTASY SCIENCE FICTION

Explain how you know this is the subgenre using evidence


#2 Identify and explain 1 type of internal conflict (character vs. self) (quotation/explanation) from the text. You must include a
that a character in your story is facing. Support your answer with a
page number.
quotation and page number from the text.
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page # ________
__________________________________________________________ Point of View /5
_______________________________________________ pg. # _____ Identify the point of view (1st, 2nd, or 3rd) used in your text.
Support your choice with 2 lines of textual evidence and
page numbers.
#3 Identify and explain 1 type of external conflict that the
protagonist encounters. Decide if it is character vs. society, nature, or The point of view or perspective of my book
character (antagonist). Support your answer with a quotation and __________________ is _______ person.
page number from the text.
__________________________________________________________ Textual evidence:
__________________________________________________________ #1_________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________ ____________________________________pg. # _______
_______________________________________________ pg. # _____ #2_________________________________________________
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CHOICE BOARD: / 30
Directions: Choose 1 option from each box to complete based on your book. Any of these options may be completed on the
computer. Use your notes to complete these activities. Put an X in 1 box per section.

DIY Glossary: True/False Questions:


Create a glossary (mini-dictionary) based on unknown, Create 5-6 true/false reading comprehension
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interesting, or difficult to pronounce words.Define each


word and include the part of speech.
questions based on your book. 
Minimum of 10 words. Include an answer key with page numbers.

Literary Analysis: Research Paper:


Write a 3 paragraph literary analysis based on
1 of the following prompts.
Write a 3 paragraph research paper about the
option #1: Based on what you have read so far, has your author of your book.
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interest been piqued or heightened about an event in your Make sure you use credible sources when
book? If so, why? What will you do to learn more about the
doing your research.
topic in the future?
option #2: Pretend you are one of the characters in your text. Include a "bibliography" or the website you
Write a diary entry that accurately describes the time period, used for your research.
the situation you are in, the challenges you have faced, and
anything else that would be interesting to the reader.

Alternate Book Cover Protagonist Playlist


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Design and illustrate an alternate book cover for your Create a 5-7 song playlist that you think the protagonist if
book. You must include colors! This can be done on a your book would listen to.
computer or hand-drawn. Include the genre and artist of each song.