Scroll back to top Step 7: Even if you submitted an entire manuscript for review, the version of your manuscript that we accepted could still benefit from some reformatting such as adding headings and subheadings or minor rewriting to prepare it for editing and production.
Researching and Outlining Your Report 1. Follow the Requirements of Your Assignment. Even though you will be exercising your own creativity in this book report, keep in mind that there are still instructions that should still have to be followed. If there are any clarifications or questions that you would like to raise to your teacher before beginning the assignment, it would be the perfect time to do so.
You may also see free report examples.
One of the things that you would need to clarify with your instructor is whether citations and page numbers are necessary items to be added in the book report. Try to ask your instructor on how much of the book report should be dedicated to the summary of the story.
After all, most book reports are direct summaries with only a few opinions mixed in. You may also see incident reports. Read the Entire Book.
But, keep in mind that movies no matter how well-told will always leave out some details or scenes that are found in the novelization. But then again, it is entirely up to your discretion. You may also see monthly reports.
If you need a break or need to eat, then do so while reading if it is something impossible to put down even for a second. Do not even think about skimming the book. Capture the moment of the scenes being offered to you. Read about every detail and allow your imagination to take flight.
You may also see activity reports. Last but never the least, allow yourself to never read book summaries online.
They can never be trusted. You will never know what they might have left out. It is better if you commit time to reading the whole thing than being a killjoy.
Take Careful Notes when Reading. If there is a specific plot twist that gets to you, write it down. If there is a scene that created a huge impact, write it down. If there is a character that you can relate to, write it down. Write down what you like.
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