5th Grade Book Report

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These stories are engaging, thought-provoking, and encourage young readers to learn more about the world — all in an age-appropriate manner. Read along with your young reader and help them dig deeper by making connections from the books they read to current events, history, and their own lives.

Matt Duczeminski is a before- and after-school tutor and supervisor for the CLASP program in the Cheltenham School District.

A graduate of SUNY New Paltz's Master of Science in education (Literacy, B-6), Duczeminski has worked in a variety of suburban areas as a teacher, tutor and recreational leader for the past eight years.

Help students look at the major plot points, setting and conflicts between characters for what may be a clear, or perhaps more hidden, message.

Encourage fifth-graders to sum up that message in a word or short phrase before elaborating on the book's theme in the summary.

Unlike a book report, a book summary doesn't include the student's personal opinions of the book.

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A summary is simply that -- an objective piece that summarizes the key elements of a story.

This assignment plays a significant role in developing critical and reflective thinking and scientific manner of writing which are required skills in the educational process.

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The fifth-grade reader needs to consider who is telling the story to make a complete summary -- and for that summary to lead to an enhanced understanding of literary elements appropriate to this grade.

In Tolkien's "The Hobbit," for example, the story is told through an all-knowing third-person perspective.

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