Lessons for Book Reports

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  • Book Report Haiku - … is the book report for you because it will be easy, give it some thought. That is exactly what this book report will require: careful thought. In this book report you will describe the setting of your … any science fiction book (This activity could also be completed for any other kind of book your students are reading) Book Report Haiku Activity …
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  • Book Reviews, Annotation, and Web Technology - … book for the reader, comment on the book's strengths and weaknesses, and include a personal response. Explain the difference 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 …
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  • Professional Writing in Action! Publishing Student Reviews Online - … about book reviews by comparing/contrasting them to book reports (something students may be more familiar with). Share an example of a book report and then an example of a book review. Ask students to label which is the report and which is …
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  • Day of the Dragon King - … Chinese New Year. When we finish the book and activities, we will do a “book report” on chart paper to share with the … in the spring and I would like to display our book, map, book report and some of the puppets and other articles there … facts page at the end of the book. Day 13 Write a book report from the book, Venn diagram and our research that we did on chart paper to share with the class. Practice reading the report
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  • Learning About Earth's Cycles with Graphic Organizers - … make an outline of a book report they will write about their chosen book. Provide additional practice with report writing and post the following … : Ask student presenters to list the steps for writing a book report that they followed similar to those given in the Independent … explain how they went about writing their reports. Have students read part of their book reports. Ask them to focus on the part where they thought of one way the information in the book could …
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  • Book Talks - … traditional book report. "Book Talks" enable students to read a book and create a photostory presentation. Students will give example passages from the book and … : Title: Book Talks Book TalksOverview/Annotation: This lesson is designed to give teachers and students an alternate approach to the traditional book report. "Book Talks" enable students to read a book and create a photostory presentation. Students will give example passages from the book and …
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  • Frogs: ELA and Science 1st grade - … , or events. e. Create a book report using the App: Kids Book Report f. Print book report g. Present the book report to the class h. Organize presentation … . I pads 4. Wireless Printer 5. Crayons 6. App: Kids Book Report 7. Markers 8. Frog Life Cycle Strips 9. Internet Access … ;culminating in their writing of both a narrative book report and an informational ​report. ​ ​Students gather information from the observations …
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  • Author Trading Cards - … material, develop an essay about the author to accompany a book report of one of the author's works. Extension:Extension: Using … book report of one of the author's works. Using the researched material, develop an essay about the author to accompany a book report of one of the author's works. Using the researched material, develop an essay about the author to accompany a book report
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  • Civil War Literature - … assignment. 3) For 9-12 only: Copies of the book list and book report handout for each student. * For the 9-12 assignment … select titles. After reading their books, students will write a book report about their selections. Distribute "Guidelines for Book Reports" for students to follow. Students should be given at least a week to read their books and write their reports. The …
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  • Slave Narratives - … opportunity to read their stories in front of the class. Book Report Students will select one of the slave narratives listed on … .html#bib. After reading their books, students will write a book report about their selections. Distribute "Guidelines for Book Reports" for students to follow. Students should be given at least a week to read their books and write their reports. The …
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