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Point of View Reports


Many times my students want to do a book report on a book they really enjoyed in 6th grade. I discourage that practice because introducing students to new authors is my priority. However, when I am able to make an exception, I require the student to write a point of view evaluation of the book. The paper has to review the book from the eyes of a sixth grader and then compare and contrast that to the eyes of an eighth grader. Two benchmarks are covered: making the reading/writing connection and demonstrating mastery of comparison/contrast papers. An added bonus is that students learn that re-reading a novel brings new insight. They apply that skill to study skill applications.

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