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Book Trailer Basics: How to Create Your Own Book Trailer and Bring Your Story to Life | WOW! Women On Writing

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Readbox Door with QR Codes

Readbox: such a cool idea for book reports instead of having students write something. And the QR codes make it interesting for the rest of the class ... definitely have to think about using this.

In “Sneak Peek,” students ages 14 and up analyze literature and visually demonstrate their comprehension of details. Using the Stop Motion Studio app, they create a book trailer promoting its imagery, symbolism, or theme. Students select a scene they feel best illustrates their point and then create a storyboard before making their video. The class then watches and discusses everyone’s creations. For more lesson ideas, use this free book:

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Elementary and Middle School QR Code Book Trailers: Set #1

Using QR codes is a great way to promote books throught book trailers. Put on signs, bookmarks, or in the books.


Book Trailers Freebie

Using Movie Maker to Create Book Trailers- free download with a rubric to make it happen!

from Le Chaim (on the right)

Creating a biography or book trailer with iMovie

Creating a biography or book trailer with iMovie - the FUN way to learn history!

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Book Talk Book Report

Book Talks are the perfect Book Report. Students practice speaking and listening as well as planning and organizing. It is a great way to assess comprehension and holds the students accountable for their independent reading. Student instructions, organizers, and planning sheets will help the class create fun engaging Book Talks. Included are 10 different Book Talks that are designed to guide your class to comprehensive and exciting presentations. Create a BUZZ about reading and make it fun.