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24 Ready-to-go Genre Book Reports: Engaging Activites with Reproducibles, Rubrics, and Everything You Need to Help Students Get the Most Out of Their Independent Reading

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Add pizzazz to your independent reading program with 24 fabulous genre book reports! This all-in-one resource includes easy-to-follow directions that help kids reflect meaningfully on fiction, nonfiction, mystery, biography, and historical fiction. Kids will nominate a character for president, design a cereal box, interview the main character, create a comic strip, and muc ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published December 1st 2002 by Teaching Resources
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Sarah
May 11, 2008 rated it liked it
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This has some fab ideas for fun, artsy book reports. Granted with the increasing focus on standards so-called "fluff" is quickly been edged out in favor of more formal types of assessment but I think using art has considerable merit.
Devon Flaherty
Jun 01, 2018 rated it really liked it
This book is great. My only complaint would be that there are not enough options, especially for fiction books. If she had tripled the offerings, it would be about perfect. Meant to use in a typical classroom setting, for homeschool use I usually skipped the worksheet and just had a little conference to assign the book report. What resulted are my favorite of Eamon’s productions of the year, including the typical paper quilt, mini story book, and postcards, among others.
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