Book report, for this book, I only find it available at Kobo, I guess download the app, no need to read all, as long as write relevant stuff will be okay. Five paragraphs. Paragraph two summarizes the story. Paragraph three talks about themes. Paragraph four talks about how those themes apply to the Marine Corps and who you think the commandant feels like Marines should read that book and the lessons they should get from it. Paragraph five summarizes the whole paper.
INTRODUCTION: [1 PARAGRAPH]
• State the title, author and genre of the book,
• Explain book’s theme
• Then discuss the conflict that creates basis for the story,
BODY: [3- 4 PARAGRAPHS]
• Quote from Young Adult Lit Book to discuss the impact of the author’s style and culture
• Discuss the author’s choice of diction and how it engages the reader,
• Discuss and quote the figurative language and literary devices you’ve identified,
• Discuss the motif/repeated images, ideas and symbols in the text,
• Explain how the motif helps to reveal the overall theme,
• Discuss the appeal of the themes: (for example: If the theme is, “There’s no place like home,” explain how the author used pathos, logos or ethos to reveal that theme. Quote evidence of the appeal(s)
CONCLUSION: [1 PARAGRAPH]
• State the impact the text has on young adults regarding culture, vocabulary, history and language,
• Discuss the student/text connections and life lessons the book offers
Instruction: You are required to complete a 6-8 page book report on any of the writings or books written by anyone of the intellectuals found in your class text, Islam in Transition: Muslim Perspectives. Your report will be a thorough summary and analysis of the book you have chosen. You should begin with an introduction of the person you have chosen to write your book report on research paper.
This introduction need not be longer than a half page or a full paragraph. The middle part of your paper, the longest part, should be a chapter by chapter summary and the last part of your paper should be an analysis of the book you have chosen. Your analysis should entertain questions like: How is this Islamic thinker situated in the greater context of Islamic thought which you have studied throughout this semester?
In what way is this intellectual’s ideas stimulating, lacking, or (potentially) bothersome to the general Islamic thought of the day? How does this intellectual’s thought fit in modernity? Is it alien, complimentary, revolutionary, or outdate? Further, was this work representative of basic Islamic principles or neglecting such principles?
you think this intellectual operated out of strong biases that negatively affect his/her thought? You should answer some of these questions in your analysis but you can also include your own insightful questions.
Book report should be 6-8 pages long, double spaced with 12 pt. font. Please include a work cited page that details the book you chose. You may use MLA or Chicago Style.
For this project, you will choose a book or a journal article addressing an alternative or complementary therapy or theory of health.
The book report or journal article needs to be published within 5 years by a credentialed author(s) and be about a specific CAM therapy not just a general book or article about therapies.
You must read the entire book and post a one (1) page cliff-note of the book, or read the journal article and post a detailed summary of the article.
Keep in mind that a cliff note is like reading the book without having to read the book report. A Cliff Note is not a summary of the book that makes us want to read it. Include in your cliff note things we can try to improve our health or treat symptoms. The same applies for the detailed summary of the journal article.
Type and submit a one (1) page report/summary of book/article addressing an alternative or complementary therapy or theory of health.
OPTIONS II: Book Report Paper (Wilkerson’s The Warmth of Other Suns)
In your book report, Explore Isabell Wilkerson’s award winning book, The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration, and analyze how the story of one or more of the characters/profiles connects to the larger issues of the Great Migration of African Americans moving out of the South and/or returning to the South. The Great Migration movement also involves other major history themes such as leadership tactics, Black socio-economic disparities, civil rights demands; self-help/nationalism, demographics, etc.
You might be surprised and pleased to learn how everyday people drive/generate historical events! Step 1 book report Option I & II -Read/review: F&H chapters 1, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 23; Williams, Schomburg, etc. -Begin reading Isabel Wilkerson’s Warmth of Other Suns, and published reviews and critiques of Wilkerson’s book. Step 2 Option II -Read the entire Wilkson book. -Decide which of her three profiles/”characters” on whom you will focus your report. Step 3 -Write up your 4 page project summary paper – results of your interviews, following the final. -Create two sided timeline -Submit 4 page book report paper on Blackboard.
GUIDELINES FOR FINAL PROJECT PAPER book report (Options I & II)
Our Learning outcome: “Identify connections between individual lives and national historic events” Title (Unique to your research, and descriptive, i.e., “More Push Than Pull: Walker’s foot protest to Chicago”; “George Starling’s Unique View of the Migration North”) Introduction Summary of your paper’s focus and your findings, methods of inquiry and sources. Body Details of push/pull migration factors; connections to history (F&H, etc.); surprises; how documents contributed to your findings, etc. Conclusions Value of this project; challenges faced; next steps; questions provoked; learning book report objective met?
Sources/Reference/Works Cited Use a consistent format; include the F&H text and all sources used/consulted. (Sample) Works Cited Caleb, Shirley H. Personal Interview by G. J. Giddings. Chicago, Illinois, July 12, 2017. Franklin, J. H. & E. Higginbotham. (2011). From Slavery to Freedom: A History of African Americans, 9 th ed. NY: McGraw Hill. Gwaltney, J. (1993). Drylongso: A self-portrait of Black America. New York: The New Press. McKracken, G. (1988). The Long Interview: Qualitative Research Methods Series 13. Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Wilkerson, Isabel. (2010). The Warmth of Other Suns. New York: Random House.
Timeline Chart Submit separate document; dates (or approximate dates) personal and national, relevant events. Structure 4 pages; section; proof-read; submit/upload/attach a MS Word document. Our Learning outcome: “Identify connections between individual lives and national historic events” Proofread Review your final draft for adherence to the project goals, objectives and directions; review the SafeAssign tool on Blackboard to guard against plagiarism; and have a friend and/or tutor review your final project paper Title Descriptive, i.e., “More Push Than Pull: Walker’s protest move from Jackson, MS to Chicago.” Should say something about migration! Introduction Entice readers into your paper, by summarizing the essence of your paper/report;
Summarize the Wilkerson project book report and the reason for choosing the character chosen (Starling, Gladney or Foster); Summary of what you learned/discovered from reading Wilkerson’s introduction and the relevant book section. Body Support for your thesis; discuss the “push” and “pull” migration factors; who moved; who remained; what connections remain in the south?; connections to history (F&H, etc.); surprises; describe documents which help to tell the stories, from the Wilkerson’s relaying of Gladney’s, Starling’s or Foster’s stories.
Conclusions Overall value of this project; challenges faced; next steps?; have you accomplished our targeted learning outcome? Sources Personal Interviews, Franklin & Higginbotham, Wilkerson, family documents, “Banished”, websites, other resources, etc. Timeline Chart (separate document submission) Two-sided; events dates (or approximate dates) personal and national, relevant to your project Structure/requirements 4 pages; section titles (as above); proof-read; submit/upload/attach a MS Word document titled/saved as: “(Your last name) final” AGAIN, Proofread Review your final draft for adherence to the project goals, objectives and directions
1. State the title, author and genre of the book
2. Explain book’s theme
3. Then discuss the conflict that creates basis for the story
4. Discuss the author’s choice of diction and how it engages the reader
5. Discuss and quote the figurative language and literary devices you’ve identified
6. Discuss the motif/repeated images, ideas and symbols in the text
7. Explain how the motif helps to reveal the overall theme
8. Conclusion: Discuss the student/text connections and life lessons the book offers
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