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50 alternatives to the book report

April 6, 2011

Providing choices and alternatives to the “ways things are done around here” is not only a strategy for differentiating instruction but a way to encourage students to “show up” differently in the classroom and demonstrate new skills and competencies. This post at Sharing and Collaboration: English Classroom on 50 Alternatives to the Book Report may inspire you even if you are not an English teacher. It may help you to consider 50 alternatives to some common practice in your own classroom. 5o alternatives to the research paper? 50 alternatives to lab reports? 50 alternatives to chapter tests?

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