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If your instructor requires you to report on a novel, you might want to consider a book talk instead of the traditional book report approach to an oral or written book report. This posting allows you to validate your reading, while engaging the audience into your presentation.

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This solution offers a brief overview about how to give a book talk.

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Upon completion of a novel, students will present a "book talk" to the class. Delivery of the "book talk" depends on your personal style and imagination.

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