Step 1: Choose a food you would like to research/prepare from the list passed around in class



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The Secret Life of Bees Final Exam
Part 1: Food

  • Step 1: Choose a food you would like to research/prepare from the list passed around in class

  • Step 2: Answer the Food Research Questions in a 3 paragraph MLA typed and printed response (pg. 2 of this packet) [Due: Wednesday June 7th/Thursday June 8th – Days 1/2]

      • Must include a picture and attach the recipe you will use

  • Step 3: Make your food item and bring it in on the day of the final exam [Due: day of your final exam]


Part 2: Essay

  • Step 1: Choose a theme

  • Step 2: Complete the Pre Writing chart (pg. 3 of this packet) [Due: Friday June 9th - Day 3]

  • Step 3: Write a 5 paragraph essay analyzing 1 theme displayed in The Secret Life of Bees

      • Possible themes: ________________________________________________________

      • Don’t forget the Works Cited!

      • Use the editing checklist to help you revise (pg. 4 of this packet)

  • Step 4: Hand in your printed essay [Due: Monday June 12th – Day 4]

  • Step 5: Submit your essay on turnitin.com [Due: Monday June 12th – Day 4]


Part 3: Rubric

  • Step 1: Create a rubric for Mr. C and Ms. V to use to grade your ENTIRE final exam [essay AND project/food AND presentation]

  • Step 2: Print 2 copies and hand them in [Due: day of your final exam]


Part 4: Presentation

  • Step 1: Bring in your prepared food item [Due: day of your final exam]

  • Step 2: Present your research about your food item [Due: day of your final exam]

      • Explain why you chose it

      • Explain the origin of the food item

      • Explain how you made it

Food Research Response


Directions:

  • Type a 3 paragraph response answering each questions about your chosen food item

  • Include a picture of your food item either before or after your 3 paragraph response

  • Attach a printed recipe of your food item to the back of your 3 paragraph response

Paragraph 1:



  • What food item have you chosen for this project?

  • Why did you choose it?

  • Have you eaten or prepared it before?

Paragraph 2:



  • What main ingredients does your food item contain?

  • How is it prepared?

  • What techniques and materials are required to prepare it?

  • How is it served/eaten?

Paragraph 3:



    • What is the origin of your food item?

    • Where/when did it originate?

    • Who eats it?

    • Where in the world is it served?

    • When is it eaten?

    • Is it eaten at certain times of the day/year?

    • Is it prepared/eaten differently by different people/cultures?

Pre Writing Chart





Theme: _________________________________________________



Introduction


Body Paragraph 1


Body Paragraph 2


Body Paragraph 3



Conclusion



Hook (captures the reader’s attention; quote or definition or question):



Main Idea 1 (states point of this paragraph):


Main Idea 2 (states point of this paragraph):


Main Idea 3 (states point of this paragraph):


Restate Thesis (repeats thesis from intro but use different words):



Bridge (connects the general hook to the specific text/thesis):



Quote 1 (supports your main idea with textual evidence):


Quote 2 (supports your main idea with textual evidence):


Quote 3 (supports your main idea with textual evidence):



Concluding thoughts (recaps your main points and information):



Thesis (states your theme & 3 main points):




Explanation 1 (analyzes the textual evidence; how does it support your main idea of this paragraph?):


Explanation 2 (analyzes the textual evidence; how does it support your main idea of this paragraph?):


Explanation 3 (analyzes the textual evidence; how does it support your main idea of this paragraph?):



Connection to the world (point of your findings?):

Editing checklist
Directions: Use this checklist to make sure you have all of the necessary components in your essay
MLA Format:

  • Header

  • Heading

  • Title

  • Double spaced

  • Font: Times New Roman 12 (or Ariel or Calibri)

Introduction:



  • 4-6 sentences long

  • Hook

  • includes author’s name and book title

  • Thesis statement

Body Paragraph 1:



  • 6-8 sentences

  • 3 details/examples

  • 1 quote

    • introduced

    • speaker clear

    • properly cited

  • quote explained

  • concluding sentence

Body Paragraph 2:



  • 6-8 sentences

  • 3 details/examples

  • 1 quote

    • introduced

    • speaker clear

    • properly cited

  • quote explained

  • concluding sentence

Body Paragraph 3:



  • 6-8 sentences

  • 3 details/examples

  • 1 quote

    • introduced

    • speaker clear

    • properly cited

  • quote explained

  • concluding sentence

Conclusion:



  • 4-6 sentences

  • restates thesis

  • 3 details/reasons restated

  • ends with concluding thought


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