Non-Fiction Book Report: Getting students to read non-fiction is a huge push in current educational philosophy and policy. In this non-fiction book report, students select a topic of interest, read the book and then create an informative lesson based on information learned in their readings to share with the class.

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Resource Includes:

  • Lesson Planning Graphic Organizers (for a student-created lesson)
  • Genre-Based Assignment Sheet
  • Standards-based four-level rubric
  • Oral presentation success criteria

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