Over the next few weeks, you will be compiling a collection of materials. These materials will eventually be posted on a webpage, in a movie, or in an ebook you will create for other people to use. This will help teachers and students from all over the world who are reading the same novel/nonfiction books as you.

You may use Book Creator, iMovie or Jimdo to create your project.

Write a plot summary of your book.
Explain one major theme, aside from war. Include at least three examples with text quotes and page numbers.
Explain one minor theme, aside from war. Include at least three examples with text quotes and page numbers.

Include at least two examples of bias from your book. Include at least one text quote to support each example.

Find one thin book that relates to a theme from your book.
Include:
-A detailed summary of the thin book
-An explanation of why you chose the book as a resource and how it relates to a theme in your book

1 article that ties in with a theme from your book
-A detailed summary of the article
-An explanation of why you chose the article as a resource and how it relates to a theme in your book
-An explanation of how is the perspective of the novel different from the article

1 poem that relates to your novel/nonfiction book
-Write an interpretation of the poem
-Explain how the two relate

1 Greek or Roman myth that relates to your novel/nonfiction book
-Write a summary of the myth
-Explain how the two relate

1 photograph representative of the time period that relates to your novel/nonfiction book
-Evaluate the photograph
-Explain why you included this photo

1 piece of art that exhibits the emotions involved in your novel/nonfiction book
-Write a descriptive paragraph
-Explain why you chose the artwork


Give an example of how the author’s past might have influenced the authorship of this book.

Create a Bibliography page for all sources used in this project. Be sure they are listed in alphabetical order by first work. Use Citation Machine or Easy Bib to create your citations.