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  2. Jan 01, 2011 · This book shows kids how to write a book report from organizational chart to finished product. The authors provide a sample organizer and show how it grows as the report grows. It is simple and easy to understand. I especially like the checklist for kids to make sure that they've included everything a book report calls for and the reminder that ...

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  3. Start the report with a paragraph that describes the basic parts of the book. For example, you can write who wrote the book, where the book takes place and what genre the book falls under, such as horror, fantasy or adventure. Describe the setting of the book in a paragraph. Write about the places in the book where most of the action takes place.

    • Have an objective in mind, if possible. Your objective is the main point you want to argue or the question you plan to answer. Sometimes your teacher will offer a question for you to answer as part of your assignment, which makes this step easy.
    • Keep supplies on hand when you read. This is very important. Keep sticky-note flags, pen, and paper nearby as you read. Don't try to take "mental notes."
    • Read the book. As you read, keep an eye out for clues that the author has provided in the form of symbolism. These will indicate some important point that supports the overall theme.
    • Use your sticky flags to mark pages. When you run into any clues, mark the page by placing the sticky note at the beginning of the relevant line. Mark everything that piques your interest, even if you don't understand their relevance.
  4. Here are some sample questions you can include on a book report assignment: What is the main conflict of the story? What is the setting of the story? How does it impact the plot? What is the...

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