Why do students get low grades for their book reports?
- Book reports are time consuming. First you read the book, then you spend hours thinking about it, and then, finally, you write your report. Most students just don't have this kind of time.
- Book reports require deep knowledge of literary analysis (including: literary analysis, character analysis, critical analysis, comparative analysis, etc). Many students can easily get lost.
- Book reports are not book summaries where you merely retell the plot. Many students submit summaries, not book reports.
Who can write good book reports?
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