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					                              The Canterbury Tales
                                   Bio Box Project
Directions: Make a shadow box containing information about one of the characters
described in the “Prologue” of The Canterbury Tales. This will be presented to the class
on September 22.

   1. Choose a box that suits the personality of the character you have chosen (may
      be cardboard, plastic, plywood, etc.). The box must be at least the size of a large
      (size 9) shoe box.
   2. On the outside of the box place a collage of pictures, words, stickers, etc. that
      represent who your character is externally. This is the way other people see your
      character (sports, animals, siblings, personality traits, clothing style, etc.)All parts
      of the box must be covered. You may want to cover the box with fabric or some
      other material that represents who your character is.
   3. On the inside of the box represent who that character really is (what they are
      passionate about, things they love, their goals, special hidden talents, career
      choice, etc.) This is the way they see themselves and what most people do not
      know about them.
   4. Do not put your character’s name on the box.

Bio Box (size, creativity, color, etc. = 100 points             Presentation = 25 points




                              The Canterbury Tales
                                   Bio Box Project
Directions: Make a shadow box containing information about one of the characters
described in the “Prologue” of The Canterbury Tales. This will be presented to the class
on September 22.

   5. Choose a box that suits the personality of the character you have chosen (may
      be cardboard, plastic, plywood, etc.). The box must be at least the size of a large
      (size 9) shoe box.
   6. On the outside of the box place a collage of pictures, words, stickers, etc. that
      represent who your character is externally. This is the way other people see your
      character (sports, animals, siblings, personality traits, clothing style, etc.)All parts
      of the box must be covered. You may want to cover the box with fabric or some
      other material that represents who your character is.
   7. On the inside of the box represent who that character really is (what they are
      passionate about, things they love, their goals, special hidden talents, career
      choice, etc.) This is the way they see themselves and what most people do not
      know about them.
   8. Do not put your character’s name on the box.

Bio Box (size, creativity, color, etc. = 100 points             Presentation = 25 points

				
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