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After spending the semester writing, our last assignment will allow us to think about the works we have covered in a different way. Develop your connection to a text by creating a project that taps into something you enjoy. The objective of the project is to show a connection to, or a deeper understanding of, a text through a medium other than academic writing.All Creative Projects must be accompanied by a one-page explanation of why you picked the text and how you developed the project. Explain your process of creation. This is essential because it gives me insight into how much effort went in to creating the project. For example, let’s say you submitted a stick figure comic strip. That may seem to me that it took about five minutes to do; however, your explanation details the thought that went into the creation of the cartoon, how you thought about the words the characters say, how the bodies are positioned, etc. Suddenly, I can see that there was work involved. The one-page explanation is essential even if you submit a written project (i.e., a poem or alternate ending).Assignment- Create a PowerPoint or visual presentation (i.e., Prezi or Keynote) to accompany a text we covered. The text is A Dolls House by Henrik IbsenThe rest of the directions are in the file with the rubric
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ENGL 236
Creative Project Assignment Sheet
After spending the semester writing, our last assignment will allow us to think about the works
we have covered in a different way. Develop your connection to a text by creating a project that
taps into something you enjoy. The objective of the project is to show a connection to, or a
deeper understanding of, a text through a medium other than academic writing.
All Creative Projects must be accompanied by a one-page explanation of why you picked the
text and how you developed the project. Explain your process of creation. This is essential
because it gives me insight into how much effort went in to creating the project. For example,
let’s say you submitted a stick figure comic strip. That may seem to me that it took about five
minutes to do; however, your explanation details the thought that went into the creation of the
cartoon, how you thought about the words the characters say, how the bodies are positioned, etc.
Suddenly, I can see that there was work involved. The one-page explanation is essential even if
you submit a written project (i.e., a poem or alternate ending).
Any written assignments should be about three to four pages typed and double-spaced (and
please, no more than six pages). This does not include the one-page explanation.
Select from the list below or come up with your own project. The list is only suggestions. Feel
free to tap into your own creativity and think outside the box.
1. Write your own creative text in the spirit of the work of an author we read. Attempt to
follow the same structure or style the writer uses, or consider covering some of the same
themes (like your own vision of the afterlife). If you choose to write sonnets, you must
submit three.
2. Create a film trailer for a text we have read in class.
3. Create a piece of art that reflects a text that we have read in class.
4. Write an alternate ending to a work that we read.
5. Make a scrapbook.
6. Write a diary for one of the characters from the semester.
7. Pretend you are responsible for the movie soundtrack of something we covered in class.
Create a soundtrack of about five songs. Provide links to the songs and include blurbs
that creatively connect the song to the scene in the text.
8. Create a PowerPoint or visual presentation (i.e., Prezi or Keynote) to accompany a text
we covered. Choose to present to the class or not.
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9. Decide to “cast” a movie or play version of something we covered in class. What actors
would play the key roles? Provide explanations for your selections.
10. Create illustrations for a text we covered. These may be done by hand or with a
program such as Illustrator.
11. Create a Tumblr or Pinterest page for a text we covered.
12. Create a sports team with the characters from the semester. Who would play in each
position and why would he/she be best for that position on the team? Do a full firststring roster. Explain your choices.
13. Make a game for the class to play. Consider Jeopardy or create a crossword puzzle or
word search that pulls from the texts we covered this semester. There are free computer
programs for this if you Google them.
Some of you may be thinking, “Finally, something fun to do.” Others may be thinking, “This is
the most difficult thing I have done all semester.” Please try to have fun with this assignment.
You will show both critical and creative thought through your project.
The assignment may be completed at any point throughout the semester, but the last day for
submission is Class 14. We will have extra credit presentations of projects in class that day.
Creative Project Rubric
• The project has a clear objective that connects
to a text or author covered in class. (10 points possible)
• The project is UNIQUE or takes a unique perspective on a common endeavor.
(20 points possible)
• The project clearly demonstrates extensive
effort to produce a superior product. (25 points possible)
• The project demonstrates CREATIVITY, depth of analysis, clear knowledge, critical
thinking, and out-of-the-box thinking. (25 points possible)
• Includes a one-page typed explanation of the project and what the creator was trying to
accomplish. This should detail the steps of the process and the reasons for choices
made, demonstrating a clear connection to the text/author.
(20 points possible)
TOTAL (100 points possible)
Name: ________________________________________
Creative Project Rubric
• The project has a clear objective that connects
to a text or author covered in class.
(10 points possible)
__________
• The project is UNIQUE or
takes a unique perspective
on a common endeavor. (20 points possible)
__________
• The project clearly demonstrates
extensive effort to produce a
superior product. (25 points possible)
__________
• The project demonstrates CREATIVITY,
depth of analysis, clear knowledge,
critical thinking, and out-of-the-box thinking.
(25 points possible)
__________
• Includes a one-page typed explanation of the project
and what the creator was trying to accomplish.
This should detail the steps of the process and the
reasons for choices made, demonstrating
a clear connection to the text/author.
(20 points possible)
TOTAL:
__________
__________
(100 points possible)
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