Lessons for Book Reports

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  • Picture Book Biography - … , etc.) Each student should address every point on the biography book report graphic organizer. Timeline activity assignment After explaining to the students … recreated like the Plagiarism Pamphlet or the Timeline. The Biography Book Report Graphic Organizer is essential and it can be found at … own organizer. Just make sure it contains spaces for: Biography Book Report Graphic Organizer 5 important characteristics 5 reasons person is famous …
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  • A Guide to Using Graphic Novels With Children and Teens - … have seen circulation figures soar. School librarians and educators have reported outstanding success getting kids to read with graphic novels, citing … Novels Have a Place in the Curriculum? Many educators have reported great success when they have integrated graphic novels into their … visual clues. Graphic Novel Book Reports: Instead of writing up a traditional book report, have your students present their book reports in graphic novel format. Encourage …
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  • Milly and the Macy's Parade Teaching Guide - … make an illustrated book report. Story Map (PDF) With this graphic organizer, students record The title and author of the book The setting … parade makes me feel... Illustrated Book Report Students can use the book report maker to create and print their illustrated book reports. They can test their reading comprehension with an eight-question quiz. In each book report
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  • Book Report Alternative: Creating a New Book Cover - … in five Georgia high schools. In the article reporting his findings, Cope states, "Book reports were listed as the third most negative school … traditional book report and consider more exciting activities" in order to raise students' interest and engagement in reading. The end result of book report … greater depth to the books they read" (Mitchell 92). Further Reading Mitchell, Diana. "Fifty Alternatives to the Book Report." English Journal 87.1 …
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  • Making Connections - … . Working together, they will formulate a summary type book report, word process the report, and produce a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation to showcase their … of oral and written forms such as summaries, paraphrases, brief reports, stories, posters and charts; Use details, examples, anecdotes or personal … assigned student "pairings" prior to this session. Ninth grade students report to their assigned second grade teacher and complete the following …
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  • A Jewel of a Book - A Jewel of a Book What a charming way to write a book report! Each illustrated bracelet charm captures a character, an event in the plot, setting, or other detail. 1. Read a book … to prepare their book reports. Design a Charming Books bulletin board to display book reports. Plan an oral book reading. Students introduce their book and author, then …
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  • Following in their Footsteps - … character traits they might "follow" in their own lives. Keywords book report, character education, character, biography, autobiography Materials Needed construction paper scissors … (optional) The Lesson As students read biographies for either a book report or a history class, this activity will help them think … they might incorporate into their own lives. Before assigning the book report, lead a "brainstorming" session on the board. Challenge students to …
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  • Acrostic Book Report - … as a group, then use the method for doing a book report on their own; older students might be on their own … retell a story by writing an acrostic poem. Keywords retell, book, book report, acrostic, poem, poem, collaborative, writing Materials Needed any selection of … a nice alternative book report idea. Read aloud a selected story. (For the purpose of example, this lesson uses the book by Tetsuya …
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  • Lord of the Flies - With Rubrics - … a report. C Level: 31-50 pt. -Draw a poster of the climax of the story. -Complete the worksheets for book report. -Character … of what you can eat. -Write a four-page report on the book, include; Title, author, setting, plot, critic, and would your … -100 pts -Research the author and create presentation or a report about who he is and what else has he wrote … action that leads up to the event. 25pts Complete the book report wkst -Answer all the questions. 10pts -Write more than 4 …
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  • History of Famous Women - … presentations, writing, and writing of book reports. TIME: 3 or 4 Class Periods MATERIALS: There are numerous books about famous women in libraries … be attached to their book reports. 4. Students will be given an additional week to word process their book reports which must meet the criteria of the established rubric. ASSESSMENT: Assessment will be based upon: a. Rubric criteria for oral report
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