Directions for Making a Wikitastic Book Report:
1. Select a book in your reading range that you can finish during the month and still have time to complete the book review.
2. Read the book.
3. Sign in to our wiki.
4. Click on "Wikitastic Book Reviews 2011-2012".
5. Click on "Pages and Files" in the teal box on the right side of the page.
6. Click on "New Page" at the top of the page.
7. Name the new page with your first name and the book title (spelled correctly).
(Example: Patty - How to Be Cool in Third Grade)
8. Click on the pull down menu (blue arrow) and look for the template of the Wikitastic Book Review.
9. Tag it "february" then hit enter. (use lower case letters and do not include the quotation marks)
10. Tag it with "your name" then hit enter (use lower case letters and do not include the quotation marks) For example you will type: patty
11. Click on CREATE.
‍12. NEW! Fill in the required information. The summary and opinion MUST EACH have at least 7 complete sentences with correct spelling, capitalization, and punctuation.
‍13. Click Save (often as you work!!!).
‍14. Make sure your book review appears under the correct month on our Wikitastic Page.

Tech Project for Wikitastic Book Report:
‍‍‍‍‍1. Find and insert a digital picture of your book cover or topic from your book into your book review.
‍‍‍‍‍2. Include the URL of the picture you used as a link on your book review to give credit to the source where you found it.
3.NEW! Create a Glog about your book topic. Sign in with your password to glogster at edu.glogster.com
4. Follow the new direction sheet (that is to be added to your Tech Tip Folder) for uploading your Glog on your wiki book review page
5.‍‍‍‍‍NEW! OPTIONAL this month: Create a Wordle (wordle.net) using important words from your story. Insert the Wordle into your book review. Name the project and include your first name. (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Wordle- Patty).

‍Sample

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Patty


December Practice



Practice x 2


January



February

maia - Robert E. Lee

March