Comp and Research Independent Reading Project--UPDATED

by TeacherMiranda
Last updated 8 years ago

Discipline:
No category
Subject:
No topic

Toggle fullscreen Print glog
Comp and Research Independent Reading Project--UPDATED

Compile all your notes and written assignments into a three-pronged or presentation folder in this order: 1. Cover Sheet (MLA format) 2. Dialectical Journal 3. Vocabulary 4. Book Review 5. Annotated BibliographyThis assignment is due TUESDAY, JANUARY 18th.

Independent Reading Project

Choose ONE of the following novels to read on your own. You will be responsible for acquiring the book (whether through buying it or checking it out from the library or from your teacher). Achebe, Chinua: Things Fall ApartAgee, James: Death in the FamilyAlcott, Louisa: Little WomenAusten, Jane: EmmaAusten, Jane: PersuasionAusten, Jane: Sense and SensibilityBeckett, Samuel: Waiting for GodotBuck, Pearl: The Good EarthBunyan, John: Pilgrim's ProgressCamus, Albert: The Stranger Cather, Willa: Death Comes for the ArchbishopChekhov, Anton: The Cherry OrchardConrad, Joseph: Heart of DarknessCooper, James F.: The Last of the MohicansCrane, Stephen: The Red Badge of CourageDante: Infernode Cervantes, Miguel: Don QuixoteDefoe, Daniel: Robinson Crusoe Dickens, Charles: A Tale of Two CitiesDostoyevsky, Fyodor: Crime & PunishmentDouglass, Frederick: Narrative of the Life of Frederick DouglassDumas, Alexandre: The Three MusketeersEliot, George: The Mill on the FlossEliot, George: Silas MarnerEmerson, Ralph Waldo: Selected EssaysFaulkner, William: As I Lay DyingFaulkner, William: The Sound and the FuryGaines, Ernest: A Lesson Before DyingGoethe, Johann Wolfgang von: FaustHardy, Thomas: Tess of the d'UrbervillesHawthorne, Nathaniel: The House of the Seven GablesHemingway, Ernest: A Farewell to ArmsHomer: The IliadHugo, Victor: The Hunchback of Notre DameHouston, Jeanne: Farewell to ManzanarHuxley, Aldous: Brave New WorldIrving, Washington: The Legend of Sleepy HollowKipling, Rudyard: Captains CouragousKipling, Rudyard: The Jungle BookKipling, Rudyard: KimLewis, C.S.: The Great DivorceLewis, C.S.: PerelandraLewis, C.S.: Out of the Silent Planet Lewis, C.S. Surprised by JoyLewis, Sinclair: BabbittLondon, Jack: The Call of the WildMann, Thomas: The Magic MountainMarquez, Gabriel: One Hundred Years of SolitudeMelville, Herman: Bartleby the ScrivenerMelville, Herman: Moby Dick Muller, George: The Autobiography of George MullerO'Neill, Eugene: Long Day's Journey into NightOrwell, George: 1984Poe, Edgar Allan: Selected TalesShakespeare, William: Twelfth NightSophocles: AntigoneSophocles: Oedipus RexSteinbeck, John: The Grapes of WrathSteinbeck, John: Of Mice and MenStevenson, Robert Louis: Dr. Jekyll & Mr. HydeStevenson, Robert Louis: Treasure IslandStowe, Harriet Beecher: Uncle Tom's CabinSwift, Jonathan: Gulliver's TravelsTen Boom, Corrie: The Hiding PlaceThoreau, Henry David: WaldenTolstoy, Leo: War and PeaceTwain, Mark: The Adventures of Huckleberry FinnTwain, Mark: The Adventures of Tom SawyerVerne, Jules: 20,000 Leagues Under the SeaWharton, Edith: The House of MirthWells, H.G.: The Invisible ManWells, H.G.: The Time MachineWelty, Eudora: Collected StoriesWiesel, Elie: NightWilde, Oscar: The Picture of Dorian Gray

WHILE YOU READ:1. Complete a dialectical journal for each chapter, creating three entries per chapter (or scene if it's a play).2. Find two new vocabulary words for each chapter (or scene). In your book journal, write the word, the page on which it is found, a sentence from the book with the word, and the word's definition .

AFTER YOU READ:1. Complete a DETAILED story response Glog for the book. This should be 1-3 paragraphs summarizing the novel, as well as 2-3 paragraphs sharing your response to the book. This Glog must also include images and/or video to complement the presentation.2. Write a 5-8 paragraph book review.3. Complete an annotated bibliography for the book. For this, you will need to consult DISCUS. Search for information about the author or about any of the themes in the book by typing the author's name and/or the name of the book. Find four articles about the book. Read through the articles and jot down summary notes. Also be sure to write about the author's main points (an informational text analysis, such as those we've done in class, would help you). Then, write the citation information in MLA format. Once you have done that, write 100-150 words (roughly 8-10 sentences) about your source. This is more EVALUATION than summary; evaluate the author's information rather than merely summarizing what he/she has to say.

More Help with Book Reviews

Help with Book Reviews

More Annotated Bibliography Help

Annotated Bibliography Help

Dialectical Journal Help

Note: The book you choose must NOT be one you have read before (HONOR CODE!) and may not be one another student is reading. Choose your top 3 books before signing up for one with your teacher.


Tags

Comments

    There are no comments for this Glog.