Ce document est en anglais, mais les idées sont bonnes et pour les rapports de livres français ainsi que pour les rapports en anglais.
Il s’agit de choisir une variété d’activités pour bien présenter ton roman. Assure-toi d’inclure un élément écrit, un élément artistique et un élément oral pour chaque rapport.
Ø Read a part of the book to the class
Ø Write a different ending
Ø Give an oral summary up to the end and have classmates try to guess the ending.
Ø Write some reviews that might appear in the newspaper.
Ø Construct something related to the story.
Ø Write the autobiography of one of the characters.
Ø Write a biography of one of characters.
Ø Supply some background information about the characters that's not in the book.
Ø Do a collage
Ø Construct a crossword puzzle.
Construct a hidden word puzzle
Ø Make a test based on the book.
Ø Do a double acrostic.
Ø Write an essay as one of the characters would write it.
Ø Write a "Dear Abby" letter like a character would.
Ø Describe a day in life of a character.
Ø Role play a scene.
Ø Mime a character.
Ø Create a bumper sticker for a character or theme in the story.
Ø Quote some keys lines from the book.
Ø Create buttons with keys information about character.
Ø Write a diary a character might write.
Ø Make a puppet show.
Ø Make a coloring book.
Ø Make a newspaper report.
Ø Make a radio show.
Ø Write a song.
Ø Tape an interview.
Ø Videotape a segment.
Ø Videotape your report.
Ø Videotape any of these assignments.
Ø Make a billboard.
Ø Make a magazine
Ø Create ads based on items from the book.
Ø Create a booklet of little things.
Ø Do a paper maché mask of a character.
Ø Present the story as a mystery and have the class solve the ending.
Ø Make a comic strip.
Ø Write a conversation between two characters in the book.
Ø Write down dates of key events in the book.
Ø Write about the most interesting part of the book
Ø Make a list of good and bad parts of the book.
Ø Illustrate important parts of the book.
Ø Make a painting based on the book.
Ø Create a 3-D scene based on the book.
Ø Create a play with characters from the book.
Ø Make a poster to advertise the book.
Ø Report about the author.
Ø Tape or record parts of the story.
Ø Tell the story with musical background.
Ø Write a letter that a character would write.
Ø Conduct an interview of one of the characters.
Ø Create new titles for the book.
Ø Think of new titles for the story.
Ø Write part 2 of the story.
Ø Make costumes or describe typical outfits of characters.
Ø Make a map or chart showing things you learned.
Ø Make a time-line.
Ø Dramatize the story.
Ø Describe, in writing, an interesting character in the book. Illustrate.
Ø Write about the most humorous incident, the most exciting happening, the most interesting event, the part you liked best, and the saddest part.
Ø Write a letter to a friend advising him or her to read the book.
Ø Write a book review that could be included in a newspaper.
Ø Make lists of new, unusual or interesting words or expressions.
Ø Write a series of questions which you think other readers should be able to answer after reading the book.
Ø Make a critical analysis of the book; reasons for liking it or not liking.
Ø Being a reporter at the scene - while it’s happening, describe a crucial scene from the book - the spot (TV or radio reporter)
Ø Decorate a book jacket and write an advertisement to accompany it.
Ø Write a movie script for a good action story.
Ø Write a magazine ad for the book.
Ø Do a one minute spot advertisement on radio or TV about the book on a character in the book.
Ø Design a book jacket with an inside summary.
Ø Construct a wire mobile to illustrate the book.
Ø Think about an interesting person in the story. Write a poem about him or her.
Ø Which characters in your book were close friends? Tell how their friendship was formed.
Ø People usually have good and bad qualities. Choose a character in your book and make a list of their good qualities and a list of their bad qualities.
Ø Write a letter to one of the characters in the book.
Ø Did a character in your story do something outstanding? Write an article for the newspaper, telling about this.
Ø If you had to choose one person in the story that you did not like, who would it be? Give five reasons for your feelings.
Ø What mistakes did the characters in your book make? Name them and write a paragraph to show what they learned from their mistakes.
Ø You have $20.00 to buy a present for each of the main characters in your story. Write what you would buy each of them, then find and copy a sentence in the book that shows your choice for the character’s gift is suitable.
Ø Draw a map of the area in which the story takes place.
Ø You are the main character in the book. Write a letter to a friend describing the house and district in which you live. Ask your friend to come, for a visit and tell him or her what interesting things these are to do.
Ø Write a poem describing where the story took place or the mood of the story.
Ø Is there something mentioned in the book that you would like to learn more about. Make a list of questions that you have do some research to find the answers.
Ø If you were to write another chapter for this book, what would it be about. Outline your idea and make an illustration to support it.
Ø Select one event in the story an make a picture book of that event.
Ø Write a play using the characters in this book.
Ø If you learned how to make something as you read your book, write out the directions and draw a picture of it so that your friends will be able to make it too.
Ø Make the following chart: How things: felt, looked, sounded, tasted, smelled Find the words and phrases in the story that would fit under these headings.
Ø Copy a sentence from the book that reminds you of yourself. Write a paragraph telling how it describes you.
Ø A glossary is useful to a person reading a book because it explains the meanings of unusual words. Find some unusual words in your book and make a glossary of them. If you don't know the meaning of a word, look it up in a dictionary.
Ø Good writers often use interesting phrases to help their readers enjoy the book: for example, instead of saying " He is very quiet," they might say "He was as quiet as snow falling: Find some phrases in the story that make the story more interesting.
Ø Sometimes a character in that story uses language different from yours. Copy six sentences from the book that indicate their difference.
Ø Each author has a special way of using words. Copy a few sentences or a paragraph you particularly enjoyed.
Ø Is there a character in the story that you would like to have as a friend? Name the character and write telling why you would choose this friend.
Ø Sometimes events in the story make you feel angry or sorry .Write about one of these events and explain your feelings.
Ø Is there anything in the book that you disagreed with? Did the author state something as fact that is really only an opinion? Explain your reasons for disagreeing.
Ø Write a letter to the author or illustrate to tell them how much you enjoyed the book.
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