Lessons for Book Reports

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  • Life, Camera, Action - … , other reference books) -reports and media coverage on Somalia (optional). Suggested reports include: "Tragedy Made Simple" from Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, March 1993 … .fair.org/extra/9303/somalia.html); Amnesty International's 2001 Report on Somalia (http://www.amnesty.org/web/ar2001.nsf/webafcountries … in the movie audience hide their faces from the reporter? How did the reporter feel about this? j. What role did General …
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  • Making a Commitment: Memorizing and Reciting - … , "The Bell Jar." That year's big project was a book report, to be read aloud to the class. However, Ms. Leibfried … "a little different." Instead of a report, I was to pick a passage from a book, memorize it and recite it in … a student to recite a passage instead of writing a book report? Why was the experience so meaningful for Ms. Lee? Why … Contest Activity | Tell the class that instead of doing a book report, literary analysis essay or other standard assignment, they will do …
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  • Paper Bag Report - … : Paper Bag Report Age Range: Kindergarten through Grade 2 (Early Elementary or Primary Level) Overview and Purpose : This book report uses the paper bag as part of the report. Students draw scenes from the book on each side of … give a presentation about their book. Objective: The student will be able to give a report about a book they read by creating …
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  • Ahoy! Pirates - … years after the colonization of the United States. Write a report, including illustrations, dioramas, or mobiles demonstrating what you found. * Investigate … make a book report from one of many fictional or factual books listed about pirates, pirate ships or pirate voyages. These reports could be … items. * Research pirate weapons, ships or pirate music. Write a report, create a mobile or mural demonstrating what you have learned …
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  • If you like it so much why don't you blog about it?i - … of book reports and book reviews. Students will build comprehension skills as they share their experience, understandings, and opinions of independent reading books. They … writing book reports and reviews. The reviews will help others find interesting reading when making future book selections. In order to create these book … through to help find books of interest. This unit gives students an authentic reason to write a book report. The fact that it …
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  • Beethoven: Reading Across the Curriculum - … may attend music concerts. Students may choose informational texts for book reports and pleasure reading. Students may use personal instruments for playing … Mozart, another famous composer and pianist. "Watch this lad," Mozart reported. "Some day he will force the world to talk about … Mozart, another famous composer and pianist. "Watch this lad," Mozart reported. "Some day he will force the world to talk about …
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  • Considering the Future of Reading: Lessons, Links and Thought Experiments - … . Do you agree with the Times reporter who wrote, after reading Ander Monson's digital book "Vanishing Point: I find it hard … ) Beyond the Book Report: Ways to Respond to Literature Using New York Times Models Print vs. Digital: Analyzing and Designing Book Apps for … the London Review of Books held a panel on the future of reading. Their conclusion, according to Times reporter Jennifer B. McDonald …
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  • Fantasy Book Report - Fantasy Book Report Bowling Green Area Schools Name(s): Paula Hermes/Karen Simmons Grade/Class: 4th Grade Unit/Theme: Fantasy Book Report Using HyperStudio … variety of communication techniques, including oral, visual, written or multimedia reports, to present information gathered. Use available technology to compose text … to create their book reports. The planning sheet will include a section for the title and author of the book, the setting, the …
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  • Censorship and Book Banning in Public Schools - … the Books Were Banned." b. Design an overhead transparency illustrating a book that has been banned. Using the overhead, present an oral book report on the book. c. Videotape a "People … these books and present an oral report on your views of the book. or group might have to censor a book. Debate whether the book
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  • World-Changers - … review and choose the “world-changers” (authors/thinkers) for their reports. Curriculum Package© 2007 The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the … the biographies or browsing the Internet. Day 2: ASSIGN book report using the book report form included on pages 8 and 9. COLLECT all … , MA 02115 FAX: 617.450.7012 Optional assignments: ASSIGN oral report based on the biography read by each student. (Complies with …
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