The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie book review

Paper instructions: Weekly Reading LogEach entry in your Reading Log should be focused on whichever book you are reading for class that week (The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Hunger Games, etc.). You may choose from a variety of options each week, these mini-weekly projects are designed to help you interact with the text in different ways and can be used as a chance to try out alternative methods to book reports. Your final project will be an extended version of these assignments, so feel free to experiment and try different options each week.? Personal connections to a book: How did the book make you feel? Did any characters or events resonate with your personal experience? ? Found Poetry: Use a passage from the book to create a found poem. ? Design a Pinterest board for a character. ? Create a collage for the book, based on a character, event, or concept. ? Imagine an alternate ending for your book?what would happen? (This should be informal and brief, more like a page of a journal entry than a formal piece of creative writing.) ? Write a blog post reviewing your book?this can be informal and fun! ? Create a track listing for a mix tape that one of the characters in the book might have, or create a soundtrack for a movie adaptation of your book ? Other options: if you have an idea for an alternate response to the book, let me know!You may choose different options each week or repeat the same format multiple times. Previous students have painted pictures, made Twitter accounts, and even made food for their Reading Log? feel free to do whatever project or writing resonates with you.You will turn in one assignment (each one is considered an entry in your Reading Log) for each book you read. These reviews should be submitted on the Carmen dropbox. If you make a collage or something physical?take a picture of your review and submit that picture to the dropbox. Please be sure that any pictures are well-lit and easy to see, so that I can properly assess your work and share in your projects.Other Questions to think about: 1. The title of the book is absolutely true? but could Arnold be an unreliable narrator? How does he change from the awkward and sick child to the basketball star of his new high school? Do you think he?s lying at any point in the book?2. What did you think about the drawings that accompanied the text? would the text be the same without the illustrations? Sherman Alexie writes a lot of poetry (this was his first YA book)? do you see any poetic influences in this book? Why do you think he chose to include illustrations?3. What do you think of the humor in the book? Sherman Alexie is a big proponent for using humor to explore dark/tough issues. Do you like this style of writing?Weekly Reading LogEach entry in your Reading Log should be focused on whichever book you are reading for class that week (The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Hunger Games, etc.). You may choose from a variety of options each week, these mini-weekly projects are designed to help you interact with the text in different ways and can be used as a chance to try out alternative methods to book reports. Your final project will be an extended version of these assignments, so feel free to experiment and try different options each week.? Personal connections to a book: How did the book make you feel? Did any characters or events resonate with your personal experience? ? Found Poetry: Use a passage from the book to create a found poem. ? Design a Pinterest board for a character. ? Create a collage for the book, based on a character, event, or concept. ? Imagine an alternate ending for your book?what would happen? (This should be informal and brief, more like a page of a journal entry than a formal piece of creative writing.) ? Write a blog post reviewing your book?this can be informal and fun! ? Create a track listing for a mix tape that one of the characters in the book might have, or create a soundtrack for a movie adaptation of your book ? Other options: if you have an idea for an alternate response to the book, let me know!You may choose different options each week or repeat the same format multiple times. Previous students have painted pictures, made Twitter accounts, and even made food for their Reading Log? feel free to do whatever project or writing resonates with you.You will turn in one assignment (each one is considered an entry in your Reading Log) for each book you read. These reviews should be submitted on the Carmen dropbox. If you make a collage or something physical?take a picture of your review and submit that picture to the dropbox. Please be sure that any pictures are well-lit and easy to see, so that I can properly assess your work and share in your projects.:

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