Select 5 songs and create a soundtrack that you think best suit this novel. These song choices must capture the action, conflicts, mood, and theme(s) developed from beginning, to end of the novel. Each song choice must be accompanied by a 75-100 word description explaining why you chose it and how it is significant to the novel (i.e. how does it develop theme, character, conflict, mood, etc.). The CD must include an appropriate cover design and liner notes for the songs (include the title, artist and songwriter information).
Use your own original photography to create a visual display contrasting Jonas' community with your own. You must include at least 10 pictures: 5 representing Jonas' community, and 5 representing your community. Each of your photos must use color, angle, texture, light, etc., in an effective manner. True creativity will be rewarded. THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX! Keep in mind, your photography must be displayed in a creative way. Each pair of photos must be accompanied by a 75-100 word description explaining why you chose it and how it is significant to the novel (i.e. how does it develop theme, character, conflict, mood, etc.
*This is the only assignment for which you can have a partner. *
With your partner, either perform or record (audio/video) a debate between those who support Sameness, and those who support Diversity. Each side of the argument will have 3-5 minutes to express their perspective on this issue. Each argument must include at least THREE solid reasons as to why the audience should believe what they do. Grades will depend on the depth of your arguments (i.e. the validity of your statements, and the examples you use to support them). Draw on as much specific detail from the novel to help you strengthen your...
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