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Term 4: Students Choice. Book/Movie Report. subject to Mr. Mac's approval 4/30 For their final book report of the year, students will analyze the book or movie of their choice. Using the same format we have utilized all year, students will report on the characters, setting, plot, conflicts, resolutions and themes of their chosen piece. Your final Book Report text should be at least 5 paragraphs. Along with detail paragraphs covering characters, settings and plot, your introductory paragraph should include the theme and your concluding paragraph should include your opinion of the book and your persuasive argument for or against the book's study in 4th grade.

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Grades8 – 12
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PublishedJanuary 1998
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English Journal 87.1 (January 1998): 92-95.

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