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Total Pages: 25 pages
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Book Versus Movie Comparison Analysis Project

Use this Book Versus Movie Comparison Analysis Project to help students gain higher-order thinking skills as they compare their favourite book to the movie. Students will select a book to read that has been made into a movie. Then, they will complete a series of assignments to demonstrate their understanding of both the book and the movie.

Students will compare and contrast the novel and movie’s plot, characters, setting, and theme. Each section of the assignment includes a due date option to ensure that the assignment is presented in “sections” to students and to space out your marking load.

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Book Versus Movie Comparison Analysis Project – Resource Includes:

  • Reading Assignment
  • Writing Assignment
  • Oral Assignment
  • Media Assignment
  • 5 Reading-Focused Graphic Organizers
  • Book vs. Movie Suggestion List
  • 4 Success Criteria-Based Rubrics (Reading, Writing, Oral and Media)
  • 1 Points-Based Assessment
  • Individual PDFs for Google Classroom or other LMS providers
  • Google Slides format for 1:1 technology classrooms
  • Curriculum Alignment – Grades 6 – 8 Ontario & Common Core

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