Book Report On Night Hoops

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Then let students create their own photo collages using either real photographs or reproductions cut from newspapers and magazines.You might suggest that students choose a favorite sport or hobby as the subject of their artwork. Review what students know about similes, expressions that compare two things using the word “like” or “as.” Then have students tell who or what is being compared in each of the following similes from the story.

Then let students create their own photo collages using either real photographs or reproductions cut from newspapers and magazines.You might suggest that students choose a favorite sport or hobby as the subject of their artwork. Review what students know about similes, expressions that compare two things using the word “like” or “as.” Then have students tell who or what is being compared in each of the following similes from the story.

As noted in a : “Playground basketball is always about a rite of passage: proving yourself able to play at the next level.

It’s a metaphor for life in the larger world, of course, but it’s also an intense, image-rich world of its own.” John Coy, author of , is himself a veteran of many pick-up games at his local YMCA.

You may wish to conduct this activity in the gym or on the playground.

Have students work in small groups to dramatize the following: Art Have students observe closely the photo collage technique used by illustrator Leslie Jean-Bart to illustrate the book.

A lot of his books are about growing up in Harlem, just like he once did.

From this story, you will learn that the people around you really affect who you are, and how much it helps to have the support of family and friends in your life. Setting a Purpose for Reading Ask students to read to find out who the book is about and what that person achieves in the story.Also have students write one or two questions of their own that they think the story might answer.For example: * The ball hit the rim and bounced off. Discussion Questions Use these and similar questions to help students review the book and sharpen comprehension.Encourage students to refer to passages in the book and parts of the illustrations that support their answers.I had never really liked reading, and I thought it was a waste of time.But when my teacher told me to go to the library and find a book, I looked for one that I was actually interested in.This book makes me think about how hard it would be to grow up in a rough city.I have realized that basketball is a great way to escape the struggles us humans face. When we was reading it we had many class discussion and many response was that this book teaches us how to believe in yourself and that life is struggle but you can over come anything and accomplish our life goals.i can't believe u would write that.I love basketball, so I picked out a basketball book, and it was called “Hoops” by Walter Dean Myers.It is an incredible story, and I highly recommend it to anyone who loves basketball, and overcoming obstacles.

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