Book talk

Discover exciting book talk ideas to spark lively discussions and deepen your love for reading. Join the conversation and share your thoughts on your favorite books.
DCG Middle School Library: 2nd Quarter Library Projects Reading Response, English, Summer, Anchor Charts, Book Talk Middle School, Reading Log, Writing A Research Proposal, Reading Strategies, Writing Introductions

Each quarter in literacy studies, students work on a project related to their reading classes. Last quarter, sixth graders created Slides presentations showing their understanding of genre by choosing an independent reading book they'd read, identifying the genre, and providing supporting examples. Seventh graders also created a Slides presentation to show their understanding of different literary terms, including protagonist & antagonist, point of view, conflict and theme. In the new…

Lydia Asikainen
Literacy, English, 6th Grade Reading, Reading Response, Reading Resources, Elementary Reading, Reading Class, Teaching Reading, Reading Writing

Book Talks are a powerful way to share new books with students and encourage them to try out different genres they may not have thought about before. While I have been doing book talks with my students for years, I wanted to bump it up a notch and not only have them begin to create... Read more

Maggie Leigh

I love, love, love Bookstagram. I live for the interaction with insane Book Lovers like myself and the talk of all things bookish. The photographs are beautiful, the reels are hilarious, and the book recommendations are priceless. What self-respecting Ink Drinker wouldn't want to be part of this community?You simply must join the fun! But to be a true citizen of Bookstagram World- you must post as well as scroll. You must do your part and add to the experience. We're not demanding a post a…

Isa Frias Naut