THE WHIPPING BOY PROJECT

BY SID FLEISHMAN

PROJECT GOALS- Due Thursday, January 26

1. Choose one Personal Reflection task.

2. Chose one Big Task Project

3. Demonstrate what can be done with Smore.com. All of your completed projects can be presented on your personal Smore page.

4. Complete the project. Then put in on your Smore page. You can take a picture of your project and put in on the Smore page or create you project on your drive and link it to the Smore page.

FIRST TASK - PERSONAL REFLECTION- CHOOSE ONE 10 PTS

1. When he returns to the sewers, Jemmy feels different than his friend. Jemmy has lived in the castle, and he knows how to read and write. Describe a time when you felt different. How did you handle it? What did it feel like? Compare your response with Jemmy's experience.


2. Prince Brat has several important possessions that he carries with him as reminders of his home. What are some things that you have that remind you of home? Do you carry these things with you or keep them in a special place? Describe some of your special possessions and why they are important to you.

BIG TASK #1 - Vocabulary Choices 15 pts

Find 10 vocabulary words and choose a way to explain their definitions. Use the button, video, picture or another tool to explain your 10 vocabulary words.- BE CREATIVE

Big image

BIG TASK #2 POETRY 15 pts

After reading The Whipping Boy, write a poem in either Jemmy or Prince Brat's voice. Carefully study how this character acts and speaks in the novel before writing the poem Make sure you use textual evidence to support your creative work.

Pretend that you are asked to help design a few rides for The Disney World Magic Kingdom Park; the ride will be based upon this novel.

First, go online and study a map of The Magic Kingdom and think about how your ride will fit into the overall layout of the park.

(Click on the Blue Button to link to the Magic Kingdom.)


Then, think about designing the ride and what parts of the novel it will highlight.


Finally, create a poster advertisement describing this new ride to Disney World visitors. use textual information and your imagination to create "The Whipping Boy."

Big image

BIG TASK #4 - CREATIVE WRITING 15 pts

Image you are the author of this novel, and your publishing house has asked you to write a sequel to The Whipping Boy. First, write a brief plot outline to this sequel and a title. Then write the first chapter using character and information from the original novel as well as your own imagination.