Poole High School Twitter Assignment

Year 6 into Year 7:
Over the holiday, you will be expected to complete ONE of the following tasks. You must be ready to present your task during the first couple of day back in September:
1. Write a book review on a book that you have read over the holiday. Your review should include the following information:

• A brief overview of the plotline
• An explanation of why you think the writer may have written the book
• A discussion of what message you think the writer may have been trying to present to the reader through this book
• Your favourite part of the book and why it was your favourite part
• Your least favourite part of the book and why it was your least favourite part
• What age group you think this book is suitable for
• How challenging this book is overall
• Whether or not you would recommend this book to a friend and why.
• ANYTHING ELSE YOU HAVE THOUGHT OF THAT ISN’T LISTED.
• You can include pictures if you wish

OR

2. Produce a research poster on one of your favourite authors. Your poster should contain the following information:

• The author’s name, place of birth and date of birth
• Information about events in the author’s early life that may have influenced their writing
• Books that the author has written
• Information on your favourite book by the author and why it is your favourite
• Details of why this author is your favourite author
• Images of the author/ books by the author with clear labels

OR

3. Create a PowerPoint Presentation about a culture that is different from your own. Your presentation should include:

• A definition/ explanation of what culture is
• Details about the culture you will be focusing on and why you chose it
• Details about the countries that the culture you chose is most associated with
• Details about traditional dress from this culture
• Details about traditional food from this culture
• Details about religious ceremonies or festivals associated with this culture
• Any other traditions associated with this culture that interest you.
• Images that show aspects of this culture

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