Your students will love this creative and fun alternative to a book report when they create a graphic novel based on a book they’ve read. They’ll focus on the plot points and inference. You’ll love the self-paced checklist that means students can work independently.
Banish boring book reports with this fun book project. Lots of student choice while students continue to practice identifying key plot points and use color and images to help create theme.
This is what you get:
- editable student assignment & task list
- informational text about graphic novels & comics
- reading response questions for informational text
- graphic novel survey form
- guided outline for plot points
- design preparation graphic organizer
- tips for using the templates
- 5 different page templates for the graphic novel
- editable rubric
- answer key
- sample student page
This makes such a fun bulletin board or hallway display. Your students won’t even realize they’re practicing identifying elements of the plot.
Why you’ll love this graphic novel book report:
- ready to use
- perfect for the end of the year, before break, or an alternative to a traditional book report
- great project for book clubs to work on at the end of a novel study
- editable student assignment, tasks, and rubric
- no prep