Reading Book Report

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High school-level papers should include publication information as well as brief statements about the book's angle, the genre, the theme, and a hint about the writer's feelings in the introduction., by Stephen Crane, is a book about a young man growing up during the Civil War. As Henry watches and experiences the tragic events of the war, he grows up and changes his attitudes about life.

High school-level papers should include publication information as well as brief statements about the book's angle, the genre, the theme, and a hint about the writer's feelings in the introduction., by Stephen Crane, is a book about a young man growing up during the Civil War. As Henry watches and experiences the tragic events of the war, he grows up and changes his attitudes about life.

A good book report will address a specific question or point of view and back up this topic with specific examples, in the form of symbols and themes.

These steps will help you identify and incorporate those important elements.

You could even have students develop their own ideas.

So, here is the list I created as my mind delved deeper and deeper – some I’ve gotten from some really creative teachers – thanks Ian! I consider it a work-in-progress and look forward to continually adding to it. We just have to allow ourselves to think “outside of the book report”.

You should try to write a strong introductory paragraph that grabs your reader's attention.

Somewhere in your first paragraph, you should also state the book's title and the author's name.

Conclude your report with a paragraph or two that covers these additional points.

Some teachers prefer that you re-state the name and author of the book in the concluding paragraph.

As always, consult your specific assignment guide or ask your teacher if you have questions about what is expected of you.

I have never been a fan of the “Book Report”, the traditional listing of characters, settings, and plots.

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