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Novel Study - Create a New Cover Worksheet

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A worksheet which encourages students to create a new book cover for a shared class novel.

Use this resource in the classroom when students are analysing a class novel.

Students will have the opportunity to create a new cover for a class story.

Encourage your students to think about the following:

  • What is the mood of the novel?
  • What are the important elements to include on the cover of a novel?
  • How might the author want the cover to look?

Read more about this exciting resource in the blog Fun with Literature: Novel Study Activities for Any Story.

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