Your scrapbook must contain a minimum of ten items you may choose from the following list or check additional items with your teacher before including them 1 a letter you have written to someone which reveals something about your character. Here's a fun little biography report freebie this project can be implemented as a book report, during literacy centers, or as a whole group when researching the same person students will have the opportunity to show what they learn using creativity.
Students will enjoy sharing what they have learned about a famous person using this interesting and varied worksheet they will share important information about their subject in many ways. Introducting the biography genre introduce students to the biography genre through reading, research, further investigation into persons of particular interest, and report writing.
Guts gary paulsen, biography book report timeline biography book report due tuesday, october 25th title: author: person: career students read a biography of a person who interested them and created a scrapbook poster concerning their subject person for each day the book report is late, your grade will go down one letter grade this. Here's a fun little biography report freebie this project can be implemented as a book report, during literacy centers, or as a whole group when researching the same person. Scrapbook book report overview/annotation: after reading independently a novel or biography, students in this creative writing activity demonstrate their understanding of characterization and point of view by creating the main character's personal scrapbook.
This scrapbook book report lesson plan is suitable for 6th - 8th grade students create a character's personal scrapbook for a selected novel or biography they present the main character's point of view through the creation of photos, letters to a friend, diary entries, and creating or collecting six souvenirs that the character would include in a scrapbook.
17 a note from a teacher, school paper or report card you are proud of 18 a list of best friends (and enemies) from your life (include photos when possible) 19 five or more of your autobiographical paragraphs (you may include photos.