Esperanza Rising Storyboard Project Esperanza Rising My Text to Text Connection My Favorite Scene My Delivery of a Character Letter Make a connection between an Rewritten by, your full important scene/event from Esperanza Draw a detailed and colorful Write a letter from the viewpoint of name Rising with a relevant scene from illustration of your favorite scene of one of the main characters to another another book you read. Be very the novel. Also include a caption character in the story. Your letter specific, “This connects to that explains what the scene is, why should be based upon the story’s plot Illustration of you enjoying __________ because…” and include it was your favorite scene, and what and should include details from the time reading a book page numbers and a text reference! page number/s it occurred on. story along with your own unique My Text to Movie Connection twist/voice. Must be Colorful and Detailed! Same directions! Remember to begin with My Text to Life Connection “Dear __________, Same Directions! and end with Love, ____________ My Top Ten Word List Esperanza Rising Newspaper My Top 5 Discussion Questions My Review of the Story Article Make a numbered list of Write a numbered list of your top 5 Write at least a paragraph long 10 words from the story Write a newspaper story that questions that you would like to ask reflection of how reading Esperanza that had extremely demonstrates your understanding of during a class discussion of the Rising impacted you as a maturing significant meaning to the one of the story’s most important novel. Make sure your questions are reader. Make sure to specify how the main themes of the story. themes or scenes. Your story should higher level thinking questions, not story made you grow as a thinker, Include page numbers and be written in such a way that the just write-there questions. Try to especially how certain characters or your reason why the words reader is taken back to a particular begin with words like “How did…?” scenes reminded you about your own you chose are what you time and place of Esperanza Rising. and “Why do you think…?” or life. Conclude this section by giving consider to be the 10 most Don’t forget to include a title, and “What if…?” Make sure to include the author, Pam Munoz Ryan, a grade important. you may include a cut-n-pasted photo page numbers next to each question and justify why you gave her that or your own creative illustration with for the pages that made you think of grade. Be specific! a caption if you have enough space. those questions. (8 sections x 5 points = 40 points Maximum) You can also earn 5 bonus points if you type out each section neatly, and 5 more if you hang at least 5 relevant artifacts from the bottom of your storyboard! Grading Scale: 5 =Awesome, 4=Good, 3=Average Joe, 2=Come’on! Are You Kidding Me? 1=Say What?!!!
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