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Book Talking 101

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Step One:  Drill

What are the basic parts of a book talk?

After we discuss the requirements, take a moment to look at the Book Talk Rubric.

 

Step Two: Model Activity

Watch this sample of a book talk and determine whether the book talk meets the requirements we discussed for the drill.

 

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Step Three:  Preparation

Take this time to prepare your book talk.  Make sure you refer to the rubric as you plan.

NOTE- Students who haven't selected should use Destiny at http://destiny.bcps.org/common/servlet/presenthomeform.do?l2m=Home&tm=Home&l2m=Home to locate a book and check it out.

 

Step Four: Share

Share your book talk by reading parts or all of your booktalk.

 

 

Step Five: Completion

Complete your preparations for your book talk.  Make sure you have the book talk prepared by the date given to you by your teacher.

 

NOTE-  Students will receive extra credit by doing the following:

-uploading book talks to  the wiki

-commenting in one or more of the following ways:

          - what you liked about the book talk

          - what the presenter should consider in the future when presenting to the class

          -commenting on this project and/or the use of this wiki