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Book reports should not be confused with . A book report summarizes the important aspects of a book such as the title, author, plot, and characters. On the other hand, a book review allows the writer to interject personal opinion about the book: if it was good or bad, interesting or boring, and what the best and worst parts were. To complete a book report, students need to follow a few simple steps prior to writing their book reports.

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Completing the book report will enable students to consider and display their knowledge of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Combining writing and drawing allows students share their understanding of their reading using multiple modalities.

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You should try to write a strong introductory sentence that grabs your reader's attention. Somewhere in your first paragraph, you should also state the book's title (italicized the topic, and the author's name. As students mature and advance, the book reports should include a little more. As students enter high school and higher grades, they will start to explain and explore the messages that are contained in books-messages about life and its important experiences. Hero Images/ Digital Vision/ how To Write A Book Report In How To Write A 5 Paragraph Persuasive Essay Powerpoint Getty Images, teachers love to assign book reports. Did you ever wonder why? Sure, you could think of it as a cruel attempt to force you to read. When you write about the characters, include their names and what they look like. The Story. What happened in the book? Was there a problem the characters were how To Write A Book Report In How To Write A 5 Paragraph Persuasive Essay Powerpoint trying to solve?

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The drama unit discusses various forms of drama, then narrows down to Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” for in-depth study. Students practice paraphrasing speeches from the play, and they rewrite one scene into regular prose. For the book report connection, they take a scene from the book they have read, and rewrite it as a script, including the setting, transitions, blocking, and other such details.

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The Poetry Book Report
- Concepts introduced:
Figurative language: alliteration, metaphor, hyperbole, simile, personification, etc.
Terms: stanza, rhyme scheme, verse, etc.
Types: sonnet, haiku, limerick, etc.
- Activity:
(link to printable slides)
Watch video lecture on poetry types, figurative language and scansion
Limerick activity

- Final Product (100 pt total):
Write four types of poetry based on your book

The Drama Book Report
- Concepts introduced:
Terms: dialogue, monologue, cast, props, staging, aside, blocking, etc.
Genres: comedy, drama, farce, melodrama
- Activity:
Watch video lecture on drama and Shakespeare
Study A Midsummer Night’s Dream with lecture support
AMND quizzes/paraphrase/ activity (link to rubric)
- Final Product (100 pt total):
Dramatization of favorite scene (60 pt)
Literary Terms Worksheet
Study questions or crossword