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AR Book Report Form
Name _________________________________________ Grade__________ Date ___________________
Language Arts Teacher _____________________________________
Title of Book _____________________________________________________________________________
Author(s) _____________________________________________________ Genre_____________________
Number of Pages _________ Contains Pictures? Y
N
Date started_________ Date Finished________
Protagonist(s)
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
(Who is the main character? There can be more than one.)
Antagonist(s) _____________________________________________________________________________
(This is the person or persons working against the main character, keeping the main character from his or her goal.)
Conflict
(This is the struggle between opposite sides and creates the action in a story. There are five main types. Which one(s) is/are in your book? Circle your
answer. Be clear about this. It must be right in order to earn points. Ask your Language Arts teacher for more information about conflicts in literature.)
Person versus Person
Person versus Self
Person versus Nature
Person versus Society Person versus God
____________________________________________
Explain the conflict(s) and why you chose the type(s) above
________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
Setting __________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
(Where and when does the story take place? Be specific.)
Point of View
(This is the way the author allows you to see and hear what’s going on in the story. There are 3 types: First-person: A character tells the story
with I-me-my-mine in his or her speech and you get to hear what the narrator is thinking. Second-person: This form is not used very often since
the author would have to speak directly to the reader using words like you and your. Third-person- This type is the view of an outsider looking at
the action, like watching a movie. There are two types of third person: third-person omniscient and third-person limited. Omniscient means all
knowing and all seeing. The narrator knows what all characters are thinking and seeing. Limited means the writer only allows you to know the
thoughts and feelings of only limited characters instead of ALL of the characters. In third-person point of view it’s the author’s voice you hear in
the descriptive passages, not a character’s voice.)
Circle the book’s point of view below and provide evidence from the book as to why your choice is correct.
First-Person
Second-Person
Third- Person Omniscient
Third-Person Limited
________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
AR Book Report Form
Name _________________________________________ Grade__________ Date ___________________
Language Arts Teacher _____________________________________
Title of Book _____________________________________________________________________________
Author(s) _____________________________________________________ Genre_____________________
Number of Pages _________ Contains Pictures? Y
N
Date started_________ Date Finished________
Protagonist(s)
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
(Who is the main character? There can be more than one.)
Antagonist(s) _____________________________________________________________________________
(This is the person or persons working against the main character, keeping the main character from his or her goal.)
Conflict
(This is the struggle between opposite sides and creates the action in a story. There are five main types. Which one(s) is/are in your book? Circle your
answer. Be clear about this. It must be right in order to earn points. Ask your Language Arts teacher for more information about conflicts in literature.)
Person versus Person
Person versus Self
Person versus Nature
Person versus Society Person versus God
____________________________________________
Explain the conflict(s) and why you chose the type(s) above
________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
Setting __________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
(Where and when does the story take place? Be specific.)
Point of View
(This is the way the author allows you to see and hear what’s going on in the story. There are 3 types: First-person: A character tells the story
with I-me-my-mine in his or her speech and you get to hear what the narrator is thinking. Second-person: This form is not used very often since
the author would have to speak directly to the reader using words like you and your. Third-person- This type is the view of an outsider looking at
the action, like watching a movie. There are two types of third person: third-person omniscient and third-person limited. Omniscient means all
knowing and all seeing. The narrator knows what all characters are thinking and seeing. Limited means the writer only allows you to know the
thoughts and feelings of only limited characters instead of ALL of the characters. In third-person point of view it’s the author’s voice you hear in
the descriptive passages, not a character’s voice.)
Circle the book’s point of view below and provide evidence from the book as to why your choice is correct.
First-Person
Second-Person
Third- Person Omniscient
Third-Person Limited
________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
Plot
(This is the sequence of events told in a story. There are usually five parts of a plot line. Complete those parts below.)
Exposition _________________________________________________________________________
(background information given at the beginning of the story)
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
Rising Action_______________________________________________________________________
(events that complicate the story and make it hard for the protagonist to solve his or her problem)
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
Climax ____________________________________________________________________________
(This is the part where the protagonist confronts the antagonist and you know who is going to win. It’s often the most exciting part of the story. )
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
Page(s) on which this action takes place: _____________________________
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Falling Action______________________________________________________________________
(events that follow the climax and lead to the resolution. What do the characters do AFTER the climax is over?)
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
Resolution_________________________________________________________________________
(How does the story end? What happens to the characters? Does the protagonist solve his or her problem? What has changed?)
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
Theme__________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________
(The theme is an idea or message that a writer wants to get across to the reader. Themes are usually not obvious so you have to figure it out by
thinking about what the characters say and do and what they learn in the end.)
______________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
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