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12 Genre Book Reports | Distance Learning
Book reports can be engaging! Try this genre based independent reading program in your middle school classroom. Help your students dive deeper into their independent reading with these different book report assignments. Each assignment is engaging and enables students to showcase their creativity while meeting your English curriculum standards. ($) #englishlanguagearts #teacherspayteachers
Realistic Fiction Books for Students
Realistic fiction is a popular genre for Literature Circles because kids can relate to them. Visit this page on Laura Candler's Teaching Resources to read recommendations of great realistic fiction books for upper elementary and middle school students. These titles were recommended by teachers who have used them with their own students.
The Library Genre-fication Project
Last January, I attended a workshop at our regional education service center. One of the sessions was about genre-fying your library, presented by a local high school librarian. The librarian told us about how she genre-fied her fiction section and the enormous increase in circulation her library saw as a result. Her enthusiasm and simple step-by-step instructions inspired me to do it myself.
Exploring Historical Fiction: A Genre Study
Beginning your Genre Study of Historical Fiction? This is a great supplemental resource for teaching a Historical Fiction unit in Reading Workshop. You will find resources for whole class genre lessons, read aloud, or mini-lessons, as well as graphic organizers and resources for small groups, literature circles, book clubs, or as independent projects!