# Holes by Louis Sachar

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HOLE ONE

HOLE TWO

Once you have written your description about your new camp it will be time to complete the second part of HOLE 2, which is to make a scale model diorama of your camp.  Your grade for this part of HOLE 2 will be based on the accuracy of your scale, the connection of your original description, the quality of your reflection and essay, and creativity, appearance, and organization.

Howto create a scale model:
1. Choose your original object (can be an actual object that you can measure oran object that you can get measurements for, such as a football field or afamous building).
2. Decide if you want to make a larger or smaller scale model of the original.
3. Measure several sections of the original object, such as lengths, widths,heights of parts of the object (or find these measurements on the Internet ifthe object is too large for you to measure).
4. Decide on your scale factor (example: x2, x4, x0.5, x0.25).
5. Using your scale factor, calculate what the corresponding measurements willbe on your scale model.  For example, ifthe length of your object is 2 inches and you are using a scale factor of 3,then the length of your scale model will be 6 inches.
6.  Gather the materials you will need tocreate your scale model (cardboard, Styrofoam, scissors, glue, ruler, tape, etc.).
7.  Using the measurements you calculatedin Step 5, build your scale model.  Makesure that you have taken enough measurements from the original object so thatEVERY PART of the scale model looks the same as the original, just larger orsmaller (depending on your scale factor).

You can go to my web page and access the PowerPoint Presentation on Scale Models/Scale Factor to clarify.  If you still have questions, you can ask Mr. Williams.

HOLE THREE

Ghengis Khan

Alexander the Great

HOLE FOUR

1. Examples of Jingles  (After entering the site click on the audio button to hear the examples)  http://www.bicmedia.com/

HOLE FIVE

Final Book Summary

http://mcliterature.wordpress.com/classwork/summary/

Please visit the website that is linked above.  This website describes what your book summary should look like.  Their are 10 parts to the summary.  Your paper/summary should be at least 10 paragraphs.  If you have any questions please let me know.  You will complete this in a Google Document and Share it with the teacher when you have completed it.  Title it Hole 5, book summary.  I will print out the summary for you to place in your binders in section 5.

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