From developing chat roomstyle discussion questions and writing online book reviews to designing book covers and creating pitches to" sell" Oprah on a favorite author, there are many innovative alternatives to traditional book reports. 150 Book Report Alternatives BY CHEEKYLITTEACH, ON APRIL 30TH, 2011 See more. Library Activities Teacher Librarian Library TShirt Book Reports Book week idea Find this Pin and more on Reading by Jolene Groninger.
Book Report TShirts with a vocabulary list and write up on the back. The concept for the tee shirt book report originated from The Polka Dotty Place Blog and Teaching My Friends blog. Even though both these blogs are elementary school level, my middle school students LOVED the project.
English (NCTE) provide Fifty Alternatives to the Book Report, Cheeky Lit Teacher created a list of 150 Book Report Alternatives, and there is also a More Ideas Than You Will Ever Use For Book Reports by Teachnet. Book reports have always been a fun and more in depth way to be sure that a student comprehends what they read. As an educator, I value the concept and encouraged students to complete these projects in new and clever ways. My students need 30 XL, 10 L and 5 medium white tshirts; 10 sets of fabric markers, and 8 5pack ironon transfer sheets for a 'TShirt Book Review My Students Imagine yourself teaching alternative school 8th grade males in Georgia.
Bass Book Report Alternatives. p. 1 Tshirt, scarf, or tie based on the book. Create a bulletin board selling the novel. Create a comic strip series based on the book. Design a mural based on the action in the book. It will be hung on a wall in the classroom or in the hall. Create a personality folder for a colorful character in the novel.