Blog Post 4: Character Tree

After reading section 1, draw a family tree of the characters you have read about so far.  Your diagram can have more than one tree if there is more than one family.  Use lines, colour and labels to show the relationships and connections between the characters.

After drawing your tree(s), take a picture of it and upload it to your blog.  I will help you when you get to this point.

 

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Blog Post 3: Most Interesting Character Ever

After reading part 1 of your graphic novel, write a blog entry in which you explain which character you find the most interesting.  Explain why you find this character interesting by commenting on the conflicts they are in, the way they behave and their motivations.

Length: 5 to 10 sentences

and

Respond to a blog post 3 from one of your classmates.

Length: 5 to 10 sentences

Blog Post 2: Judge a Book By Its Cover

Before beginning your graphic novel, examine the cover and make a prediction about the tone, mood, plot, characters, or themes of your novel based on the images or colours used on the cover.

Make one prediction and then explain how you came to that conclusion by making specific reference to the cover.

Length: 5 to 10 sentences

and

Respond to a blog post 2 from one of your classmates.

Length: 5 to 10 sentences

Blog Post 1: You and Your Novel

Write a blog post in which you briefly introduce yourself and explain why you selected the graphic novel you did.  Make specific reference to the internet search you did on your text.  While a blog is similar to a journal, it is a little more formal.  Make sure you write in complete and correct sentences.

Length: 5 to 10 sentences

Respond to a Blog Post 1 from a classmate that is reading your novel.

Length: 5 to 10 sentences