BOOK BINGO v.1.0 A book set in the past A nonfiction book The first book in a trilogy A book that became a movie A book set in Europe A book set in The Americas A book based on a myth A classic A book with a blue cover A book based on a real-life event A book more than 20 years A book with old a red cover An award winning book A book your friend loves A book with a one-word title A graphic novel A book you pick up because you like the cover A book written by someone under 30 A book set in the future A book published this year Reading Log Title Author Genre Date started Date finished Star Rating Reviewed BOOK BINGO v.1.1 A book A best seller recommended by your parents A book written by a female author A hard back book An anthology of poetry A book with a number in the title A book set in South East Asia A memoir or autobiography An ecologybased book A book over 500 pages Free choice A book set in another world An anthology of short stories A funny A book from A book written by the year you a male author book were born A book with A book set in A book A book written non-human recommended Oceania(Australia, characters by celebrity NZ, Polynesian by your Islands, New teacher Guinea) Reading Log Title Author Genre Date started Date finished Star Rating Reviewed Student Instruction Learning Outcome – To read and enjoy a variety of books. Steps 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) Your first goal is to complete a line on Book Bingo Part One. Your line can be in any direction. Once you have completed a line, you can complete an activity from the list below. You then need to write a brief summary of each book in your Book Bingo folder. You will then receive a certificate. Your second goal is complete a full house on Book Bingo Part One. Once you have completed a full house, you can complete another activity from the list below. You then need to write a brief summary of each new book in your Book Bingo Folder. You will now receive a prize. Once you have done this you repeat the steps for Book Bingo Part Two. Complete one activity from this list when you have completed step 2 and step 6 Write a diary entry for one of the characters Draw what you think one of the main characters looks like Design a front cover for the book. Create a quiz/crossword/word search about the book. Write an alternative ending for the story. Research the author Write some interview questions to ask the author Write some interview questions to ask the main character Predict what will happen next in the story. Illustrate a setting from a section in the book. Write about your favourite part of the book and why you liked it so much. Create a new character for the book. Write a letter from one character to another in the book. Storyboard one of the key scenes in the book. Describe your favourite character and why you like them. Imagine the book is turned into a film, decide on the soundtrack to accompany the film and describe which songs would be played at which moments. Design an advertising poster for the book. Write a speech persuading your class to read the book.