Project: Tuck Everlasting DUE DATE: December 13 You will pick ONE of the following project ideas: This will be worth 2 test grades so be thorough!! 1. Diary of Winnie Cooper – this diary is a 20 entry minimum of Winnie’s experiences from the time she leaves her yard to the end of her life. The first ten need to be her experiences from the time she leaves her yard to the end of the story. The second ten need to be after the book ends until her death. Remember – this is a diary entry so it needs to be in first person. Be creative and use details from the novel to help enhance your diary. It can be typed or hand written. 2. Webquest. Go to the following site and complete the web quest project. (The web quest tells you to do it with a partner, but you are to do it alone.) http://mail.kenton.k12.ny.us/~robin_hall/index.html Your obituary can be typed or handwritten neatly. Make sure that you read through all the tasks and do all of the research before beginning to write. 3. Power Point - You are to do a 20 slide power point about Tuck Everlasting. You need to use all the following literary terms: theme, symbolism, characters, setting, plot, irony, conflict, and any others that you choose. One slide needs to be a title page and one slide needs to be a reference page. Make sure that the font and color of slides are easy to read. Check for spelling and grammar errors. 4. Video – you are to create a video of Winnie after the book ends. This project offers the most creativity and freedom. You can act out any part of Winnie’s life after the book. The video needs to be at least 3 minutes long. 5. Written Summary – This is a two page summary of the book Tuck Everlasting. You must include the 5 parts of a plot within the summary. You must give some examples of theme, symbolism, metaphors and similes within the summary. May be hand written or typed.