Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Fantasy Book Report - Section 3: Closure


They need to follow the rubric carefully, and they usually do with the plot line.  It's the cartoon strip that gets a little shaky.  I need to do a better job of identifying the difference between dialogue and narrative. The second book report I have displayed in the resources gives the reason why. This student did a beautiful job with this cartoon strip, and followed the directions nearly perfectly. What she didn't include was dialogue.  Instead of talking in bubbles, the characters are given storyboards below each frame of the cartoon strip which describes what's going on.

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Fantasy Book Report

Unit 7: Reports for Many Genres
Lesson 4 of 7

Objective: TSWBAT recreate the story line through a plot line and its accompanying cartoon strip.

Big Idea: Fantasy and fiction will guide you through this plot line.

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