Lessons for Book Reviews

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  • Making Magic - … : 1. Reflect on the adaptation of favorite books into movies. 2. Explore one reviewer's evaluation of the movie "Harry Potter and … and write a descriptive review. Further Questions for Discussion: - Have you read any of the Harry Potter books? Are you excited about … " books as well as The New York Times book review of it. Write a response to the review based on your opinions of the book. 4. Create character profiles of three of the characters from the "Harry Potter" books
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  • Truth Be Told - … a book reviewed in the Art section or Book Review section of The Times. Read the book and write your own review, then read the review published in The Times. Compare your own perspective on the book with that of The Times reviewer. How … history) affect your review of the book? As a class, produce a special edition of The Times entitled "Book Reviews for Kids". Distribute the …
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  • Good Knight Book Quest - … during the book review process Lesson Plan Informal Assessment 3. foster the informal education of children through the selection of appropriate books Additional … Extension Activity: Review different resources that promote the selection of good reading material for children such as websites, booklists, and book reviews; see Resources for suggestions. Other extension activities could include: a field trip to the local library to select books, having …
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  • Radical Reads - … , popular fiction, series books, chapter books, etc. (copies of the books, book reviews, summaries, CliffsNotes or other resources about the text, etc.) -book discussion questions (written … to have access to book reviews, excerpts, etc. If technology is available, students can use the Internet to find book reviews and excerpts, too … Book Review section and find reviews of two or three books that appeal to you. Read the first chapter of each and write descriptive reviews
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  • 2001 and Beyond - … about the books, such as the inside or back cover blurb or a book review, have students prepare an outline of the book that … two or three books to read and write your own review of each in response to the original reviews published in The Times. At the end of the month, prepare a Children's Book Review section of your school newspaper that includes all of the reviews you collected and wrote. To …
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  • Join the Club! Supporting Independent Reading With Book Groups - … Web development software, set up a blog for students to review their choices like Nancie Atwell's students at the Center … a chapbook. Book Reviews: Students write book reviews modeled on Times reviews, then compile them into a publication modeled on the Sunday Book Review to share with … and I started a book review blog online at webbreads.blogspot.com. It's a great way to share book reviews with students at …
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  • Book Report Alternative: Hooking a Reader with a Book Cover - … of the book, after having read it, to re-evaluate the book cover art. Pass out a copy of the Book Review Web handout … informal book discussion groups. back to top STUDENT ASSESSMENT/REFLECTIONS Use students' paragraphs, Book Cover Art Notes, Book Review Web, and Post-Reading Book Cover Analysis to evaluate students' thought processes and planning. Use the Book Cover …
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  • Daily Book Boosts - … is coming. If students will use the book review form to record details about their books in the class favorites list, pass out … . Share existing short book reviews and related materials with students to provide some models for their work: Show videotaped book reviews from Meet Me at the Corner. Although many of these reviews are longer than the one minute allotted to Book Boosts …
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  • Genre Study: A Collaborative Approach - … read the book, complete the "review," and add details to their bookmarks. Explain the information that is gathered on the Book Review handout---major … can complete their reviews in their reader's notebooks, or can complete their reviews online using the Genre Group Book Review Chart student interactive … and type your book review. Type your answers in each of the rows, using the information on the Genre Group Book Review handout. Demonstrate …
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  • Joining the Conversation about Young Adult Literature - … session they will research their short-listed titles by consulting book reviews, professionally prepared discussion guides, critical essays, author statements or interviews … background information on short-listed titles through author Websites and book review blogs using sites recommended on the Online Resources for Student … not have computer access, they might consult a packet of book reviews and author information provided by the teacher. Distribute copies of …
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