Tweet 3K Shares I have been busy brainstorming ways to get M and M excited about reading on their own. And since I was doing it for myself… well you know… I did it for you too! We get a lot from the library but we also love Audible.
This was a different kind of book report, though. They have done plenty of non-fiction book reports, so I wanted to shake things up a bit. I created a Non-Fiction "book" report for the students in which they had to find a newspaper or magazine and pull out text features and respond to several prompts.
Heres is the assignment as they received it. The assignments were strongly based off of Common Core Standards, and I had taught all of these different skills before they did the assignment.
The students enjoyed this assignment because they got to choose the magazine they ALL did magazines! It was authentic and meaningful. Here are some pictures of the finished products.
I have provided a free download to an editable version and to my original version. I hope your students will love it, too! My students did the assignment at home, but you could easily have them complete this in class as well.
Each student turned in their magazine along with their assignments. Students had several assignments to complete using different articles within their magazine. This assignment required students to select character traits based on a person mentioned in an article.
Several students chose to use Post It flags to label each of the required text features. This definitely made my job easy! Here are the documents, if you can use them!Oct 06, · Last summer, researchers at Yale published a study proving that physicists, chemists and biologists are likely to view a young male scientist more favorably than a .
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Get the latest celebrity news and hot celeb gossip with exclusive stories and pictures from Us Weekly. Non-Fiction Newspaper or Magazine "Book" Report Before break, my students turned in their latest independent book report.
This was a different kind of book report, though.
They have done plenty of non-fiction book reports, so I wanted to shake things up a bit. I created a Non-Fiction "book" report for the students in which they had to find a.
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