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March Book Report


Book type: choice

Report type: conversation

Upon completion, sign below:

Student: ___________________________                      Adult: ____________________________


Read a book of your own choice. Ask your parent, guardian or other adult to read the same book with you if they can. Once you have read the book, find a comfortable place to discuss with your adult (still do this even if they are not able to complete the book). Your living room, a coffee shop or the park are all great places to sit down and chat about your book.

Here are some suggested questions to guide your discussion:

Interpretive questions based on text

  1. What kind of person do you think (character from story) is? What in the story makes you think this?
  2. What are some good/bad things that happen in the story? Why do you think they are good/bad?
  3. What do you think is an important thing that happened in the story? Why do you think it is important?
  4. How does (character from story) compare to you or a family member? How is the character same/different?
  5. Why do you think the author gave the title he/she did to the story?
  6. What did you like best about (character from story)? Why?
  7. What did you not like about (character from story)? Why?
  8. If you were the main character, would you have done the same things the main character did? Why or why not? What might you have done differently?
  9. Why do you think (character from story) did ______________ ?
  10. How did (character from story) change?

Higher level questions relating to the student

These questions take a situation or concept from the book and relate/compare them to the life of the student that read the book.

  1. Which character is most like you? Why?
PDF March Book Report   --  Specs