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Though this book report form is labeled Siddhartha, the multiple-page format would work for any novel you are reading in class. Complete with a reading schedule, a summary page, a list of generic literature response questions, and a list of 10 alternative literature activities, this resource is a great tool for your novel project. Additional materials include a plot flow chart and a character map.
If your students "dwindle, peak, and pine" over Shakespeare, use this literature study guide as a format for their book report or novel project on Macbeth. Complete with a plot chart, character map, and literary response activities, this assignment is a great way to stay connected with the play. The lesson is not specific to the novel (except for a few links), and can be used with any book or story. Also, it would work in any class setting, not just homeschool.
Guide your class through Upton Sinclair's The Jungle with this reading activity. A reading schedule, literature question page, and supplementary list of literary activities makes this book report form a great addition to your junior high or high school class. The activity would work in any class setting, not just homeschool.
Equipped with all the necessary components of a literary response, including a summary page, vocabulary list, a space for questions and answers, a story flow chart, and a character map, this resource is a superior way for students to complete a book report. Two additional pages provide 10 response-to-literature questions and 10 extension activities. This format will work for any book, not just Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-Five. It is also not restricted to homeschool use.
Complete with a reading schedule, literature question page, and supplementary list of literary activities, this book report form on Moby Dick would be an good resource for your junior high or high school class. The guide includes resources for online reading. The rest of the lesson is not specific to the novel, and can be used with any book or story. Also, the activity would work in any class setting, not just homeschool.
With a reading schedule, literature question page, and supplementary list of literary activities, this book report form would be an excellent addition to your junior high or high school class. The activities in the lesson lend well to class assignments or an individual report, depending on skill level. The lesson is designed for homeschool, but would be fine in any class setting. Though it mentions Cyrano De Bergerac, the format is not novel-specific.
Guide your class through an Anne Frank unit with this reading activity. Complete with a plot chart, character map, and literary response activities, this assignment is a great way to engage with the text of Diary of a Young Girl. A reading schedule provides the opportunity to assign outside reading. The lesson is not specific to the novel, and can be used with any book or story. Also, the activity would work in any class setting, not just homeschool.
Designed for homeschoolers (but equally as effective for independent learners), this learning exercise focuses on Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Middle and high school readers summarize, define vocabulary, and answer questions about the chapters they have read. The learning exercise includes several literary activities to extend learning. It also includes several online resources for the novel, though the rest of the activities are not specific to the book.
Use this literature study guide on Homer's Iliad as a format for your book report or novel project. Complete with a plot chart, character map, and literary response activities, this assignment is a great way to keep middle schoolers connected with the text. Though designed for homeschool, the lesson would work well in any class setting.
Use this literature study guide as a format for your book report or novel project. Based on The Odyssey (though not limited to it), the guide includes resources for online reading, a reading schedule, and multiple pages of reading comprehension activities. Pupils will organize their reading with ease, and they will appreciate the creativity offered in the variety of activities.
With several online resources for J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit, as well as many reading and literary analysis activities, this novel study guide is a great way to keep your young readers organized during a book report. The guide includes a reading schedule, a plot and character map, and multiple pages of reading comprehension activities. The lesson is designed for homeschool, but would be fine in any class setting. 
Explore the fantastical world of J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy with this project about the first book, The Fellowship of the Ring. The activities in the lesson lend well to class assignments or an individual report, depending on the skill level of the student. They will be able to organize their reading with ease, and will appreciate the creativity offered in the variety of activities.
Enter the fantastical world of J.R.R. Tolkien with this book report guide. Focusing on The Two Towers (though only the online reading resources are novel-specific), the guide includes resources for online reading, a reading schedule, and multiple pages of reading comprehension activities. The lesson is designed for homeschool, but would be fine in any class setting.
With several activities such as a reading schedule, literature question page, and supplementary list of literary projects, this novel activity would be an excellent addition to your junior high or high school class. Use the activities for any novel, as only the list of online resources is specific to Tolkien's Return of the King. Additionally, the lesson is designed for homeschool, but would be fine in any class setting.
Offering several reading comprehension activities, such as a character map and a plot flow chart, this book report form will help your class through Mark Twain's Prince and the Pauper. The activities in the lesson lend well to class assignments or an individual report, depending on individual skill level. The lesson is designed for homeschool, but would be fine in any class setting.
This graphic organizer provides 11 boxes in which to record story information including: exposition, rising action, theme, climax, and more!
Combining art, music, dance, and reading comprehension, this lesson is geared to reach all ability levels. After reading a variety of fables and discussing story elements and character traits, class members select a moral to use as the basis of their own fable about two characters, one with foibles and one without. Your fabulists then collaborate on a class mural, a music composition, and a dance which reflect the traits of characters in their stories. Document it all on a class website.
Students explain the role of different organisms in the food web. In this ecology lesson, students participate in a game to simulate mineral cycling through the web. They discuss the importance of recycling minerals and resources.
You can use a novel, such as "The Westing Game", to teach reading concepts and skills in a way that keeps students interested.
Continue the celebration of literacy this month by integrating reading centers into the classroom.

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