1. Students suggest books to be read. The student who makes a proposal will present a short review of the book, thus trying to arouse the colleagues` curiosity. 2 books are chosen to be read by all students in a given period of time.
2. One week before the date set for the activity, the teacher organizes 6 groups of 5 students. Different criteria can be found to help form groups (for example, drawing the notes on which the names of the characters are written in the books read - in this case the teacher will be able to balance the number of students who will study each book). Each group will choose a suggestive name that will be related to the content of the books (it can even be the name of the character). It would be preferable to distribute 3 groups for each book.
3. The teacher makes the assignment worksheet that will be handed to each group in an envelope, stating that inside is the "map" that will help them find the "treasure" . The teacher will determine for each book which aspects each group will deal with (for example, the location in time and space of the action, main characters, climax, unique events, message sent to the reader, end of the action), so that the tasks for each group are different.
4. Each group will organize their activity so that they meet (in their free time) to work together in solving the received form - carefully reading the contents of the worksheet and making 6 QR codes that will be sent to the teacher by e-mail with the correct answer (QR code can be a question / a quote / characterization of a character / short description /…).
5. The teacher checks the QR codes received from each group, numbers them from 1 to 30, prints them and displays them in different places in the school or in the school yard. On an A4 sheet, the teacher makes a grid with the correct answers to the questions / requirements asked by the students in QR codes that will help him to give immediate feedback to the students participating in the Treasure Hunt.
6. On the day the activity is scheduled, each group will start searching for the QR codes displayed in school or in the school yard. The place of departure for each group will be different and a time limit for searching QR codes will be set (for example, 30 minutes). Each group receives a sheet called Found Treasures, with numbers from 1 to 30, to write the answers from each QR code found.
The meeting place is determined after the time expires.
7. The teacher gives feedback - the number of QR codes found by each group are checked, the answers are checked, students are praised for all the work.
Students can receive diplomas and prizes - books (from the list made)!