This essay focuses on Start your book report. When writing a book report, or when answering any writing prompt, you’ll find writing easier if you follow the proven steps of the writing process: prewriting, writing, revising, editing, and publishing.
A managerial and systems approach by Mary Gregoire. Unfortunately, I can’t share the access to this book since I have a hard copy that I borrowed from someone and it misses lots of pages. Reaction Paper Read Herodotus’ The Histories, and consider the following questions. Though you do not need to read the work cover to cover, you need to become familiar enough with the work to address the following questions. Your paper should be two full double spaced pages. This is a reaction paper, not a book report. I do not want you to merely tell me what the book is about. You will interact with the material you read.
Before you write, read. There’s no substitute for reading the book. Choose a book you’ll enjoy—reading should be fun, not a chore! Read with a pen and paper at your side. Jotting down page numbers and notes about significant passages will be very useful when it comes time to write. The next steps are to use a book report outline to organize what you’re going to say and then move into the introduction, body, and conclusion of your report.
Use a Book Report Outline
After reading the book, you are ready to start the writing process. When writing a book report, or when answering any writing prompt, you’ll find writing easier if you follow the proven steps of the writing process: prewriting, writing, revising, editing, and publishing.
In the first step, prewriting, you’ll plan what you want to say. An outline is a great prewriting tool for book reports. Start your book report outline with the following five ideas. Each idea should correspond to a paragraph: