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3Non-Fiction Book Report

3Non-Fiction Book Report

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(c) 2002 City School District of Albany, New York.
Name DateNon-Fiction Book Report Planning PagesBook Report – Non-Fiction
Remember, in a non-fiction book, the characters will be actual people and theevents described are things that really happened. When you are writing, you will discuss
Real Events
Real Characters
Real Setting (time & place)
 Student Directions:
 Answer all parts of this worksheet with complete sentences. Usecorrect grammar, spelling, word usage, capitalization and punctuation.
When and where do the events in this book take place? What is the
main idea
of the book?(ex. The main idea of Night is man’s inhumanity to man
, . _____
 Authors Last Name Authors First NameTitle (underlined), : .Location of Publisher Publisher Copyright Date
(c) 2002 City School District of Albany, New York.
List in order
3 major events
that occur in the story:1.2.3.Identify the
main individuals/characters
and their roles in the story 
CharacterRole in the Stor
3 important concepts
you learned from this book and provide examples from the book 
LessonExample from boo
(c) 2002 City School District of Albany, New York.
 What are the most important parts of the book?
Explain why you made thesechoices

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