• This is the place to go to see what my students are reading and recommending. Each week there will be at least one link to a book presentation done by a student. The books are chosen by the students and should be within the broad band of 6th grade reading. Presentations have been almost always slideshows (samples at the end). That's not a requirement though. The grade is a presentation grade.

     

    Sept. 13  

    Sept. 20  Bea used an online program to design her presentation. I imported it to Google Slides to post here. Her book is called Beauty.

    Beauty

    Sept. 27  Abi shared a book from England and added a class activity.

    Tom Gates: Yes, No, Maybe

    Oct. 4 

    Oct. 11 Jacob took the time to share a classic with us.

    The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

    Oct. 18 (no book sharing--conferences)

    Oct. 25 Dana got the class talking about a horror story.

    The Silver Eyes

    Annika was scheduled to share a book, but Dane somehow rushed in ahead of her. He shared a book he's not quite done with, but felt he knew enough to talk intelligently about it.

    The Hunger Games

    Nov. 1 Claire was able to talk about a book, but didn't have anything to share electronically to post on this webpage.

    Annika was able to share her book talk from last week. It deals with a strange future.

    The Scavengers

    Nov. 8 Dylan B. presented a talk about a sci-fi book.

    Space Case

    Nov. 15 (Veterans' Day week) Lucy entertained us with her pen name and a report on a criminal geriatric. (Margaret moved to 5/1)

    Gangsta Granny

    Nov. 22 Olivia told us about Eragon and shared a Kahoot about the book with us. Ethan R. introduced us to Peter and the Starcatchers.

    Eragon

    Peter and the Starcatchers

    Nov. 29 (no book sharing--Thanksgiving) 

    Dec. 6  Emma expanded our knowledge of Stuart Gibbs' work with a presentation on Spy School. Mitchell did his on 12/13.

    Spy School

    Dark Lord

    Dec. 13 Kaitlyn told us about Crenshaw and triggered a discussion about homelessness and sickness.

    Crenshaw

    Dec. 20  Joe gave us a strong critique of The Red Fox Clan. Logan introduced a classic.

    The Red Fox Clan

    Where the Red Fern Grows

    Dec. 27 (no book sharing--winter break)

    Jan. 3 (no book sharing--winter break)

    Jan. 10 Hawkeye told us about a Cold War-themed book. Brad went farther back and shared a WWII adventure.

    The Hunt for Red October

    The Winter Fortress

    Jan. 17 Juliette and Sophie (Sophie will reschedule since snow days made this a short week.)

    Jan. 24 (no book sharing--conferences)

    Jan. 31 Kordell (Didn't get his done.) Juliette shared an energetic talk about Lifelike. Hazel presented The Five People You Meet in Heaven.

    Lifelike

    The Five People You Meet in Heaven

    Feb. 7 Emerson eagerly explained all about Gregor the Overlander.

    Gregor the Overlander

    Feb. 14 Kordell introduced us to one of Rick Riordan's series.

    The Red Pyramid

    Feb. 21 (no book sharing--mid-winter break)

    Feb. 28 Chloe and Ethan B.

    March 6 Zoe

    March 13 Callie and Maddie

    March 20 Lillian and Gage

    March 27 Adrian and Noah

    Apr. 3 Austin

    Apr. 10 (no book sharing--spring break) 

    Apr. 17 Ella

    Apr. 24 Tommy 

    May 1 Gavin and Margaret

    May 8 Cascade

    May 15 Niko and Gretchen

    May 22 Amanda and Ella C.

    May 29 (Memorial Day week) Dylan D.

    June 5  Maks

    June 12 (last book sharing) 

     

    The Woman in Cabin 10

    The Way We Fall

    Artemis Fowl