Wonder Book Report

October 12, 2017

Dear Students,

For Wonder’’s book report, you will think about the main characters. Which one is the most interesting to you? On Friday, November 17, 2017, you will come to class dressed as the character of your choice from this book!

You will give a presentation to your classmates in which you introduce yourself and describe the main events of the book from your character’s point of view.
Example: “Hello! My name is Mr. Tushman. I am going to tell you about a few of the highlights that happened to me in the book, Wonder….”

In addition to your presentation,

1. You will write (or type) a three-paragraph summary on a piece of lined paper. The paragraphs should be written from the point of view of your character! The first paragraph will tell a summary of the book. Remember, a summary tells about the main idea of the story but does not give away the ending!

2. The second paragraph should tell about your favorite part of the book.

4. The third paragraph should include the most important lesson/lessons that you learned while reading Wonder.

3. You may use this paper to help you during your presentation.

4. I will be grading you on your written summary of the book as well as your presentation.

It is NOT necessary to purchase any items for your costume. You may bring in small props from home, use old clothing, make homemade props, etc, (Props such as toy knives, swords, or guns are not allowed.)

Be creative in your choice of character, your clothing, and the way you present yourself to your class. Have fun!
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Please cut off and Return on Friday, October 16, 2017.

I read and understand the requirements of the Dress Up Oral Book Report. I am aware the due date is Friday, November 17, 2017.

Child’s Signature_____________________________________________

Parent’s Signature___________________________________________

Wonder Book Report
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