188.8.131.52 Discover and Explore - Experiment with language and forms - experiment with a variety of forms to discover those best suited for exploring, organizing and sharing ideas, information and experiences
184.108.40.206 Use Strategies and Cues - Use comprehension strategies - identify, and explain in own words, the interrelationship of the main ideas and supporting details
220.127.116.11 Understand Forms, Elements and Techniques - Understand forms and genres - identify genre
18.104.22.168 Share and Review - Share ideas and information - communicate ideas and information
22.214.171.124 Present and Share - Present information - use various styles and forms of presentations, depending on content, audience and purpose
Please watch the video of an example of a book talk:
This month’s book report is a book talk. You will be responsible for reading your registered book and then talking to the class about your book. Your talk should be between one and three minutes. Please follow the checklist below to ensure you include all of the necessary information in your book talk.
Book Talk Check List: - Title and author - Genre - Characters - The main idea of the book - What is the Point of View of the book? - Read an excerpt from your book -Would you recommend this book? Why or why not? - All of these on notes as talking points for presentation
You will want to watch the video below to help you determine what Point of View your story is written in.