Both of these book report options are classroom tested and approved!
The first is a traditional written report that students can fill out. It asks questions about the time period of their book and asks them to analyze and evaluate their reading.
The second option is more creative--it is a newspa
This book report is in ready made style to pop into the copier and run off for your class. Interactive and fun, it puts old book report formats to shame. Kids enjoy doing these type of reports because my reports generate felibility and fun into learning.
This is a book report and project idea. I originally created this as an historical fiction book report project for a fifth grade to be used with Bud, Not Buddy, The Watson's Go to Birmingham, and Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry after reading Elijah of Buxton as a class. It is set up for this in mind;
Historical fiction is a great way to integrate history into your ELA classroom. Students can enjoy reading and learning about any historical time period in with this book report. This historical fiction book report assignment has students selling their novel to the class using the provided book talk
Students can create a unique book report which mimics an old-fashioned photo album. Students will construct a construction paper photo album based on events from their historical fiction book by folding a large sheet of construction paper in half like a book. One sheet of construction paper will nee
This simple one page worksheet assesses student's understanding of a historical fiction book and how the time period effects the story and characters.
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This comprehensive yet fun historical fiction book report form makes it easy to track your students' understanding of the genre as well as their general comprehension skills. Includes a genre check, research component to explore the historical context of their book, a chance to make text-to-self/wo
This is a handout for a historical book speech. The students are asked to read a historical fiction book, write a speech, and draw a scene from the book. This packet includes the directions page, an organizer for the speech and a rubric. It is an a word document format so that you can tailor it to y
Aligned to several FSA standards, this book report examines a historical time period, its innovations, and controversial issues through the lens of a fictional story. In this book report, students are asked to create a newspaper compilation of a variety of articles with different purposes: to analy
The following is a historical fiction book report I use with my third graders.
*Graphic organizer - Somebody, wanted, but, so,then - summarizing
*Format - 3 paragraphs
*Touches on previous topics: character traits, problem and solution, time periods
*Cover - re-creating a scene with s
This Historical Fiction Book Report is perfect for your students to use to respond to and share the book that they just finished reading! Whether it’s for an assigned book report or for a writing project, your students will enjoy the creativity and freedom of making their own Book Jacket to retell
This is a book report designed for upper elementary students that includes an instruction sheet, project contract, assignment, and the necessary materials to create the final draft of the report. This can be used with any historical fiction novel.
I created this lesson when I went out on maternity leave. You need to have a subscription to Ed Helper to download the chapter questions for each book listed in the lesson plan. With this lesson you will also receive rubrics for 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th grade. The rubric for 5th and 6th is combined as
Need an updated type of book report? This resource gives your students choices of 8 different unique ways to report about a historical fiction book they have read. Each option will work with any historical fiction book of any level, so this can easily be differentiated to meet the needs of your stu
Book report questions for student reading an independent historical fiction about World War II / Holocaust. A list of possible novels are given as well.
Key words: Book Report, historical fiction, WWII, Holocaust, World War II
Don't be misled by the word "project" in this product-there's nothing to "create."
Simply couple these no prep. response pages with ANY HF book or short story. Students can read independently or as a class/group.
Once a book/short story is chosen, students will read, finish sentence starters and
Students will read a book from a list of pre-approved books.
Then, they will take the AR test.
Lastly, they will complete one of the projects listed on the paper.
This project is geared towards US History, though it could be tailored to work for any type of history (as well as any grade level).
This packet includes:
1. An explanation of what historical fiction is
2. Suggestions of middle school historical fiction books
3. Directions for a "make your own scrapbook" book report
4. A teacher example of the book report
This book report is Historical Fiction Genre Based. It has two different projects that students can choose from to do their book report on. It also has a rubric that can be filled out by the teacher. It can be tailored to your needs, but I do think it is possible to use for 2nd-5th grade.
Are you tired of limiting your students choices in books so that they will fit a book report style?
This series of book reports allows your student to read any book of their choice! There is a unique book report for all of the most commonly read genres.
Perfect for multi-grade teachers or teachers
This is the instructions on how to write a report based upon the reading of a United States Historical Fiction novel. This explains both the format of the paper as well as how the students are to write each paragraph.
Great companion to the Historical Fiction PowerPoint. Students are encouraged to check out and read books within this genre. Students then record information that will help them identify the various parts of the setting, plot and characterization that are historical in nature. Students will also h
This form is ready to use with your students right now! This is easy to use with students self-selected books or a whole class historical fiction text. Students describe the setting, important characters, new learning, significance of title, a main event (newspaper story style), and a flow map of
HISTORICAL FICTION BOOK REVIEW PACKET
Do you want to know how well your students read and comprehend historical fiction novels? This packet asks students to THINK, CONNECT and CRITIQUE what they've read. A rubric is also included for an oral report. The written report activities include stating the
Historical Fiction Book Quilt
Introduce historical fiction in your classroom with this easy assignment. Included in this book report are student samples, directions, project sheet and rubric for easier grading. This book report is intended for use with an historical fiction book. The students wi
What's a "Book About a Book" Book Report?
Using the instructions, each student will use the three forms and a large piece of construction paper to create a book.
On the front cover, each student will have to make a cover with title, author, and picture of their favorite part of the story.
Are you looking for a creative and challenging historical fiction book project for your students? This project is the answer! Students are asked to read a historical fiction book about the American Revolution, create a written script about the book, and make character puppets to act out their play
This bundle includes 3 book report instruction sheets: Adventure Book Report, Tall Tale/Fable/Fairy Tale Book Report, and Historical Fiction Book Report. Each instruction sheet includes multiple options to allow for differentiation and varied learning styles.
Rubric, Template, Directions, and Book List for having your students complete a historical book report.
Differentiate through choice: Provided in the materials is everything needed to have students complete their report as a Tri-Fold brochure (template included) OR as PowerPoint presentation. O
These are my documents for my "Traveling Through Time" Book Report Project in third grade. Most of my projects are for accelerated learners in 3rd-6th grade.
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No-Prep, historical fiction genre unit! With this resource you will have everything you need to add fun and creativity to your historical fiction genre studies. I have included a "Historical Fiction Writing Project Menu" with nine creative projects, a historical fiction element checklist, a writing
READY TO USE! Just print and pass out!
Students can CHOOSE the book that they want to read and follow these guidelines to complete independent work and final project. You can check student comprehension through the review questions (which can be answered by reading ANY historical fiction text).
Have you ever wanted an easier way to grade that monstrous pile? Have you heard of rubrics but aren't sure the easiest way to implement? Look no further! :)
Through my masters program, I established a set of rubrics that I've refined and fine-tuned to the ones I use today. These rubrics have cut my
5th Grade Book Reports Include:
- 2 Realistic Fiction Book Reports
- Non-Fiction Book Report
- Historical Fiction Book Report
- Poetry Book Report
- Traditional Literature / Fantasy Book Report
- Choice Book Report
Book Reports include South Carolina Standards and questions that address the standar
This mega set priced nearly 40% off includes 11 creative and fun book projects PLUS literary elements posters and slideshow PLUS literary story elements flip reference and genre posters with book example lists. You decide the order you teach these fun book genre projects.
This set has everything y
This resource includes everything you need to implement an independent literary genres program with your students. There are over 30 printable worksheets for seven different genres. For each genre there is a Pre-Reading Worksheet, a Two-page Guided Book Report, and a Book Project Choice Grid with fo
Help your students dive deeper into their reading with these twelve different book report assignments. Each assignment is engaging and enables students to showcase their creativity while meeting your English curriculum standards.
This book report bundle covers both Fiction and Non-Fiction Genres.
Save on Bundle! This resource contains 10 creative book reports in a variety of genres! Each book report has student directions and a rubric for grading. There are 20 pages of book reports and rubrics that will motivate your students to delve into their books! The 3 varieties of mystery book re
40 Mix-and-Match Templates allow you to create a novel unit that is tailored to your students' needs. The templates focus on a wide range of topics related to Number the Stars—story elements, themes and metaphors, research topics, vocabulary, and more. Students are required to use a variety of high
Turn book reports from drab to FAB! This bundle of 30 READY-TO-USE creative alternatives to the traditional book report includes everything students need to show what they know about what they've read!
--30 detailed response to literature project descriptions with requirements
Your students will be completely engaged in this Brochure Report! This is a fun way your students can show what they have learned about a book in a creative way!
What's great is that this brochure can be used over and over again in so many ways!
For example students can create a brochure for:
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Looking to replace traditional book reports with a comprehensive language arts project? The BIG ELA Book Report Project LITE combines reading, writing, speaking, and listening tasks that engage students and allow them to demonstrate what they know in a variety of ways.