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Writing a Fiction Book Report
28th April 2016 | Author: "bookreport"

English teachers routinely assign fiction book reports to ensure that students in their classes are reading and analyzing the assigned works for a given class. While the content of a fiction book report should be the student's own words, fiction book reports follow a standard format. . . . .

 
Student Book Report
27th April 2016 | Author: "Reviews"

A student book report is a factual document detailing information about a book. The information in a student book report should include the title of the book, author, year of initial publication, where the book was published, as well as the "meat" of the book report: the summary of content. A book report does not provide opinions on the book, or individual interpretations. This type of information is more commonly available in a book review. An exception would be if the student's teacher requested the student's opinion of the book. . . . .

 
Book Review Essay
26th April 2016 | Author: "Reviews"

A book review essay is similar to a book report. It is an essay that provides factual information detailing a particular book. The book review essay includes similar information that would be contained in a book report: author of the book, title, year of publication, plot, characters, time period, and setting. A book review essay departs from a book report by providing an opinion on the book, or an individual interpretation. . . . .

 
Book Reviews
25th April 2016 | Author: "Reviews"

A book review is similar to a book report. It is a factual document that details information about a book. It also includes similar information that would be contained in a book report: title of the book, author, year of initial publication, where the book was published, information on plot, characters, time period, and setting. A book review departs from a book report in that it provides opinions on the book, or individual interpretations. . . . .

 
High School Book Report
24th April 2016 | Author: "Reviews"

A high school book report is a factual which details information about a book, assigned at a high school level. The information in a high book report should provide a level of depth consistent with the age of the student. Although the report will be more complex in nature, it should still contain the same basic elements of a general book report: title of the book, author, year of initial publication, where the book was published, and a summary of the book's content/plot. Unless otherwise requested by the teacher assigning, a book report written at the high school level does not provide opinions on the book, or individual interpretations. It is a strict report on the book. If the teacher asks for the reader's opinion, the high school student's book report should include a final paragraph that includes the reader's opinion of the book, whether they enjoyed reading it, some notes about the author's writing style, and whether the style of writing lent to a better read of the book. They can also include a few sentences on and why or why not they would recommend the book to a friend. . . . .

 
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