Alternatives to book reports for high school students
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A book report is an objective essay that informs readers of the story, characters and ideas of a particular title. While it might seem like a simple assignment, a book report can take numerous forms to fulfill high school English goals, such as reading and responding to writing, writing in different genres and evaluating different titles. Some potential forms for high school book reports include informative essays, reviews, character analyses and multi-genre projects such as newspapers. Informative EssayIn elementary and middle school, many teachers give students worksheets to fill out answering questions about alternatives to book reports for high school students book.
Kelly Tenkely is a technology teacher in a private school. Kelly also trains teaching staff on integrating and implementing technology into the classroom. In addition, Kelly is the author of iLearnTechnology blog.Add Kelly as a friend. Teachers assign them, viewing them as a necessary component of assessing reading comprehension. Free online tools such as Audacity, G Cast, or Pod Bean make recording audio and sharing simple. Bookcasts let students be creative and provide them with a great sense of audience.