An audience, especially one with a teacher in it, can always tell when a speaker is not prepared. Explain how that problem was solved. The other part is an oral presentation that you will do in front of the class.
The book must be at least pages of writing, not counting pictures long. Give your opinion of the book. The Written Book Report Your written book report may either be typed or handwritten. Describe the setting of the book.
Standing up in front of the class and reading your report is not an option!
Memorize your report, or write notes to refer to on 3x5 cards. The setting is where the main part of the story takes place. Your Name, the date and the quarter. Make eye contact with your audience. Give the name of the author. Go over your presentation at least 10 times in front of a mirror.
Has been made into a movie Is less than pages of writing You have read before There will be two parts to each book report. Dress up and tell the story as if you were one of the secondary characters in the story, telling what you witnessed happening to the main character.
The name of the author. One part of the book report is a written report. First and Last name in the top right corner of the paper. Dress up and give the report as if you are the main character telling what happened to you. Center it just under the title A paragraph describing the setting of the book.
Capitalize the important words and center it on the top of the page. Book Report Instructions You will read one book each quarter. Then take their advice and practice some more!
You cannot do a book report on a book which: They are only there to help you remember something if you forget.
Describe the characteristic traits of the main character s. Therefore there will be two grades for each book report. Then do your report in front of different members of your family several times and ask them for suggestions as to how you could make it better.
Below are the instructions for each part of the report. A paragraph describing the characteristic traits of the main character A paragraph explaining what happened in the beginning of the book A paragraph explaining what happened in the middle of the book A paragraph explaining what happened at the end of the book A paragraph stating your opinion of the book The Oral Book Report An oral book report is one that you will give in front of the class.
Give your report as a newscaster, presenting the story to a wide TV audience.Mobile Book Report Rubric The title and author of the book, and your name, are clearly visible. 10 points possible The overall look of the mobile is creative and neat.
10 points possible The mam characters are described clearly & in a creative way. 10 points possible.
How to Create a Mobile Book Report. Report Due: February 16 **You may either write or type onto the index cards.** Description of Each Card. Front of card 1: Title of Book and Author of Book.
Back of card 1: Your name. Front of card 2: Main Character Name. All instructions and/or forms for these book reports are in this folder. If you lose the instructions or forms, please let me know, I will get you another copy. If you have any questions about any report, please ask.
Sep 02, · How to Write a Book Report Four Parts: Researching and Outlining Your Report Writing the Body of Your Report Finishing Up Your Report Sample Book Report and Summaries Community Q&A Writing a book report may not seem fun at first, but it gives you a great chance to really understand a work and its author%(97).
In this project, your mobile will be both attractive and informative. It will illustrate one aspect of your book. This is a way to tell other people about the book you read.
Materials: Construction/or other paper, String, Scissors, Colored pencils or markers, Needle, Wire, hanger, or wooden dowels, Glue Directions: 1. Read a book at your Lexile Level. HANGING MOBILE BOOK REPORT Create a mobile of the main events of the story.
Parts of the mobile will represent various characters and scenes. They need to be detailed, two sided and represent the story.Download