Look InsideLanguage Arts Correlations Teachers' Notes Bailey loved the book she read for school, but she became stumped on her book report. After school at the local community center, Baileys friend Ben helps her out. A book report tells where the books story takes place, who is in the story, and what happens at the end. What will Bailey write about on her new favorite book?
The Writing Builders series helps young students become better writers! Theyll be able to join in on the fun as friends in the story learn the basics of the writing process. Concepts include brainstorming and outlines, to first drafts, revising, and the finished piece. From book reports to blogs, each book in the Writing Builders series covers a different writing project, allowing students to easily follow the steps needed to finish their own writing. Activities in the back of the book provide additional information and writing practice.
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Sometimes just starting to write can be overwhelming to students. This series provides a blueprint for writing and speaking assignments. In each fictional story, two children work together through the steps and activities that will appeal to the intended audience are included. The text, heavy in dialogue, explains the process, reviewing all that happened within the story. This is great supplemental material for language arts or for any class where students are required to write or present. Bibliography. Glossary. Websites. RECOMMENDED.
LIBRARY MEDIA CONNECTION, Nov/Dec 2012
Writing Builders is a six-book set ideal for children in grades 2-4. Each volume teaches young people about the basics of different types of writing. In the increasingly interconnected world, good writing and communication skills are more valuable than ever; these user-friendly guides supplement their simple instructions with colorful, hand-drawn pictures of fellow children undertaking writing projects. The story native of children discovering how to write interleaved with basic steps and handy tips makes the Writing Builders series easy to pick up and learn from. "Are you ready to practice your speeches?" asked Mr. Boscombe. "Practicing will make you more comfortable with your speech. You'll do a better job when you go in front of your audience. Try not to read your note cards. Just glance at them." The Writing Builders series is an absolutely invaluable addition to grade school children's libraries!
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Ben and Bailey Book Report is a part of the Writing Builders series In this book readers are introduce the steps in writing a book report in a fictional way. Readers will enjoy learning the steps involved with writing a book report while enjoying stories and situations that they can relate to. The use of diverse real-life characters makes the story more realistic. This book includes additional information and writing activities for future use. Good choice if you need books on this topic in your collection.
Arlington Independent School District, 2013