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Essential Questions:

How can literature change the active reader and writer?

How can the application of story elements and figurative language shape the active
reader and writer?


DUE January 8th

Throughout this unit, we will practice reading and writing skills that help us identify
story elements and figurative language. Now, as a project-based assignment using
these reading and writing strategies, you will create a childrens, middle school, or
young adult book that highlights the concepts we have studied so far this year. From
incorporating elements to reflect the genre of a story to using figurative language to
emphasize details and entertain the targeted audience, you will produce a thoughtful
and creative childrens, middle school, or young adult book using PowerPoint, Google
Presentations, Google Docs, Word, or handwriting as your medium. You will turn in
your book along with a reflection explaining what you learned from this experience.
The requirements are as follows. This work must be original with the exception of fan
fiction, or conditional writing preapproved by me in advance. Direct plagiarism will
result in a zero on the assignment.

10th Common Core Descriptive/Narrative Writing Rubric

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.10.3: Write narratives to develop real or imagined
experiences or events using effective technique, well-chosen details, and wellstructured event sequences.
Good = 12 points, Fair = 8 points, Poor = 4 point

Create a Childrens, Middle School, or Young Adult

Book that includes at least seven literary elements. Refer
to Literary Elements Sheet for details.

Your book must include a cover page and page

numbers that organize your book. It should be in MLA
style where applicable, and must include a back cover
with a blurb that reviews your book.
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.10.4 Produce clear and
coherent writing

Your book should be a minimum of 1,000 words

for a childrens book, 2,000 words for a middle school
book, and 3,000 words for a young adult book.

Must include a reflection that discusses your writing

process and experience becoming an active reader.
Addresses theme, setting, point of view, resolution, literary
elements as well as likes and dislikes

Provide a conclusion that follows from and

reflects on what is experienced, observed, or
resolved over the course of the narrative.

Your book should be creative and include pictures

that are thoughtful and target your audience if its a
childrens book. This does not apply for a middle school
or young adult book.
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.10.5 Develop and strengthen
writing as needed by planning, revising, editing,
rewriting, or trying a new approach

You must satisfy the requirements of the rubric with

a minimum of 15 prior to submission. Must have at least
two peer reviews. Peer review sheets have been attached.

Your book content must be appropriate for school

and your audience.



Score _____/96_______ Minimum of 60 (62%) for a D.

Book Reflection
Directions: Answer each question with an appropriate response and in complete
sentences. Be thoughtful and reflective.
1. What was the theme of your story?

2. What was the setting of your story?

3. In what point of view did you write?

4. What conflict did the main character face?

5. How was the conflict resolved?

6. Identify the seven literary elements that you used in your story. (Include your page

7. What did you like about this project?

8. What did you dislike about this project?