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Title by Author’s Name Student’s Name Insert a picture that relates to your book here.
Title: Author: Copyright: Publishing Company: Number of Chapters: Number of Pages: Genre: Book Profile
Dedication: Series: Awards: Lexile: AR Level: AR Points: Book Info
Main & Supporting Characters Character Name
Insert clip art or pictures that have to do with your book
Setting Type 2-3 sentences describing the setting. Remember to check your capital letters, punctuation, and spelling.
Plot Type 3-4 sentences describing the plot. Remember to check your capital letters, punctuation, and spelling.
Theme One or two word description One or two word description
Summary Type the summary of your book here. Remember to check your capital letters, punctuation, and spelling.
Book Review Tell me how much you liked this book and if you would recommend it to a friend.
Author Biography Tell me about the author of your book. Give me 6-8 sentences. Remember to check your capital letters, punctuation, and spelling
Where Am I?. Name of State Here Insert the description of the state here. Insert a clip art picture of the state.
Letter Writing Lesson Plan based on the novel One Hundred Dresses by Eleanor Estes Submitted by Mrs. Sanderson For CMP 555 Designing & Producing Educational.
30 Book Reading Challenge Challenge: Your challenge is to read 30 books during your 5 th grade year. The goal is to read many different genres (mystery,
COVER OF BOOK HERE SUMMARY FROM THE OPAC Or YOUR OWN SUMMARY (never give too much info or give away the ending) Title of the Book AUTHOR OF THE BOOK GENRE.
Profile of (Enter Name Here) By: (your name) (Name of Class) (Hour of Class) (Name of Teacher)
Story Structure of [Add the Title of Your Book] By: [Add the Author’s Name] [Add your name here]
10 MAIN POINTS TO PUT ON THE BOARD What is expected…
BOOK REVIEW. typically evaluates recently-written works offers a brief description of the text’s key points often provides a short appraisal of the strengths.
Tales of the Fourth Grade Nothing Power Point
Academic Choice Project: Write a letter to the author and explain why this book interests or appeals to you. Tell the author at least three reasons the.
It holds the book together. It also tells you the book’s title, author, publisher and call number.
Fiction Reading Fair Projects
Colegio San Gabriel Book Report “We were liars” by E. Lockhart Student´s full name Ninth “A-B-C-D-E” Teacher Nadia García Hinojosa
Teacher Expectations Content is most important and must be done first before “making it fun.” ex. graphics, colors, sounds –graphics and sounds must be.
The Book Jacket Front Title Author Other possibilities Illustrations
(Put the titles of both stories and their authors here) A Fairy Tale, Folk Tale, or Legend Comparing and Contrasting Project By (put both of your names.
ABCs of the environment (insert your own title here) By: Add your names.
Introduction Name the author and the book’s title. In general terms, briefly describe the book’s themes and other critical elements. Suggest what you.
(Team Name) presents: (Book Title). Background Information about the Author Author’s name Author information and picture from book jacket or Internet.
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