Lessons for Book Reviews

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  • Putting the Truth in Writing - … the book. Students should then analyze the book by completing a writing activity, such as a review of the book, a letter to the bookbooks take on the events. Journalism/ Teaching with The Times -Compare book reviews of different nonfiction books, or compare a fiction and a nonfiction book. What language is used in the reviews to demonstrate the reviewer's …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Ring Around the Prose-y - … New York Times book review "'The Fellowship of the Ring': The Hero Is a Hobbit" (written when the first book of "The Lord … book, J.R.R. Tolkien, live up to his reader's expectations, according to the review? j. Where and when is this book … ? l. How did this reviewer feel about this book, and how do you know? m. Who wrote this review? What do you know … all of the books in "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, and write your own review, or film a review of the novel …
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  • Designer Jackets - Student-Created Book Covers - … precise writing. 4 Designer Jackets - Student-Created Book Covers Grade Nine Interdisciplinary Lesson * * Use book reviews and critiques as samples of the quality … . * Have students compare and contrast critiques of the same book by other reviewers. * Allow students to expand this project by doing autobiographical … the author. * Review and analyze book reviews. * Display book covers in the library. * Bind book covers together for students who are looking for books to read …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • We're Booked - … book webs connecting their favorite book titles with the books listed in the notable children's book list. 4. Individually, write a multi-title book review based on a connection discovered during the bookbook reviews for books they have read, including each book's title, author, a short summary, and whether or not they would recommend the book
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Alphabet Book - … to critique and review. -- make illustrations for the book. -- publish the book and read it to a first grade student. -- review the process when … alphabet book. -- share hand written draft with peers for critique. -- use word processing program on computer and type their book. -- review children's books … the group has seen the books, the students may show the books to the teacher for review.) After their book has been edited by …
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  • Assessing Cultural Relevance: Exploring Personal Connections to a Text - … observations, pass out the Components of Your Cultural Relevance Review and Cultural Relevance Review Guidelines handouts. Read through the two handouts, identifying … reviews, bringing at least a thesis statement to the next session. Students may also want to explore Websites on book reviews and sample book reviews, such as Finding Book Reviews -Stauffer Library Reference or Write a Book Review before beginning to write …
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  • Book Reviews, Annotation, and Web Technology - … between a book report and a book review. Reviewers express their opinion of the book. It isn't enough, however, to say that a book is … to the book itself, including quotations, rather than give a synopsis of the book. Refer to Writing Book Reviews and Write a Book Review with Rodman Philbrick for tips and strategies for writing book reviews. Working together …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • So What Do You Think? Writing a Review - … book review in preparation for writing their own reviews of the literature they're reading. Ideally, the teacher should have a selection of book reviews from those collected from students the previous day. In case students have not brought in book reviews, the teacher should have such reviews … their review, direct them to Scholastic's Write a Book Review with Rodman Philbrick. This site breaks down the process of writing a book review
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • The Children's Picture Book Project - … : Book Reviews Review the guidelines that the groups compiled as they reviewed their favorite books in the previous session. Pass out the Children's Book Review Guide and additional books for students to review. Ask students to review a children's book and explore the general characteristics of children's books
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  • Book Reviewer - … board, Book Reviewer Paper, Sheet Protector Activity Time: 30-45 min Concepts Taught: Reading and Completing a Book Review Lesson Plan Title: Book Reviewer Concept / Topic To Teach: Understand and comprehend as they read a book. The student will … in a book review for a fellow student. Required Materials: * A book that the student/s have read. * Pencil * Clip Board * Book Reviewer Paper * Sheet …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
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