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1 Read Across America Book Fair Project 2015 Goal This competition was developed to provide students with the opportunity to present their favorite Dr. Seuss fiction book in a fair atmosphere with multiple display methods. Reading instruction emphasizes that students read complex texts at grade level. By participating in this fair, it is hoped that the students will experience an enjoyable reading opportunity and develop a love for reading. Display requirements Storyboards Size A standard tri-fold project board that unfolds to be 36 H x 48 W. Please note that boards should be full-sized and not exceed the approved height and width guidelines Nothing alive, dangerous or valuable. Display/Safety Literacy Fair Project Checklist for Fiction should be referred to when creating the display project. This checklist will be the rubric for judging. Student s name/grade Level/Category should be labeled on the back of the storyboard. Please note that any identifying information on the front of the board could result in the project being disqualified. Storyboards should be colorful and interesting. Models, shadowboxes, and illustrations that fit in the middle of the display are allowed. The total project should not exceed the width, depth, or height of the standing display board (approximately 36 W x 14 D x 36 H of table space). NOTE: No object may extend beyond the height, depth, or width of the board. No items should hang over the edge of the table or be placed on the floor. Items used for the project are not to be alive, valuable, or dangerous. Items on the boards may be handwritten or typed. Students do not have to bring or display the book during competition. Electrical cords are not allowed. Timeline March 2nd- Boards may be brought to school March 5th-Deadline for boards March 6th-Judging of Boards Student Incentives for Participating 1 st Place for K-2 will receive $25 gift card 1 st Place for 3-6 will receive $25 gift card All students who complete an individual project and follow criteria will receive a pizza and dance party.

2 Reading Fair Project Checklist for Non-Fiction Project has the following: Title Author Publisher and Publication Date Student prediction based on events and facts presented (before and after reading) Structure of text/genre (Discussion, Report, Explanatory, Opinion, Instructional or Relate) Use of graphic organizers to capture the main idea and/or points important to the text Brief summary about the book Student made connections (text-to-self, text-to-text, and/or text-to-world)*** Author s Purpose why the author wrote the story (to entertain, inform and/or persuade) Follow-up questions to the author after reading the non-fiction text Writing: Creativity: Writing is neat and inviting. Writing is easily understood. Project is original. Project demonstrates imagination. Unique materials are used to express ideas. Quality of Project: Project follows the guidelines. Project is durable and will last through several rounds of competition without physical support. Thoroughness of Written Information: Project captures the most important information. Project captures the concept/point the author made in the book. Interest Evoked: Project demonstrates student s ability. Project encourages others to read the book. Project attracts others and makes them interested in the work. ***NOTE: There are primarily three types of connections students can make while reading: text-self, texttext, and text-world. When making a text-self connection, students are often reminded of some event that occurred during their life or make a connection between an event they have participated in that is similar to that in the story. In text-text, students are reminded of another piece of written material that is similar to the story they are reading. In text-world, students relate the events in the book to a current event.

3 Fiction Story Elements Setting Where and when a story takes place Main Characters The important people/animals in the story The major problem in the story Conflict Two categories of conflict: 1. External- happens outside of the character, involves more than 1 person, can be observed 2. Internal- happens inside of the character, involves only 1 person, can be observed in the thoughts and feelings Three types of conflict: 1. Man vs. Nature (External) 2. Man vs. Self (Internal) 3. Man vs. Man (External or Internal) Climax One large event that changes the outcome of the entire story Plot The sequence of all events in the story *The plot is usually what we summarize The overall feelings or emotions that are created IN THE READER Mood How the story make you feel? Cheerful Furious Relieved Gloomy Eerie Disappointed Bleak Content Uncertain Satisfied Bittersweet Angry Relaxed Motivated Lazy Inspired Hopeless Confident Tense Dreamy, Foggy

4 Reading Fair Project Outline - Fiction Title What is the title of the book? Author Who wrote the book? If there is an illustrator, who is the illustrator? Publisher and Publication Date What is the name of the company who published the book? When was the book published? Consult the copyright page on the back of the title page for the publishing information. Main Characters Who are the most important characters in the story? Why are those characters important? Setting When and where does the story take place? Plot Summary Briefly summarize what the story is about and what takes place. Use your own words. Conflict What is the problem in the story? Solution or Resolution How was the problem resolved? Author s Purpose Why did the author write the story? (To entertain, to inform, or to persuade?) Tone or Mood How does the author want the reader to feel while reading the story?

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