The report card by andrew clements book review

That is why we wanted everyone to be the same. The reason for all the chaos was her best friend Stephan. There were many twists of the plot that kept me at the edge of my chair. For anyone who has ever received a low test score and said, "I thought I did better than that! She could ace all the tests easily - even the ones in the gifted and talented program.

Clements who have done far better to make her very smart, not super smart. I really liked this book! A Customer on Apr 13, I know I will sound like an echo of the previous reviews, but I must chime in, in complete agreement.

So Stephen and Nora went to the front of the stage and said: I believe these readers are missing the point. I use them for class reading and for literature circles.

Kids are heroes, and everyone wins in the end. I love the detail in this book, Andrew Celments worked his butt off for this one! She even studies up on the standardized test all the kids take to find out exactly how many questions to miss to be sure the results show her to be completely average.

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So the principal suspended Nora and Stephen for a week. Nora is a eleven-year-old girl with two smart older siblings. This situation made some kids feel that they were dumb or smart.

Aside from the fact that his stories are funny and engaging Mr. The author gives Nora a compelling reason for this behavior: I want to stay in the normal classes because I like normal kids.

I think Nora the genius should not hide her intelligence. To maintain her special friendship with an honest, trustworthy, wonderful boy, Nora has to maintain a life of deceit.

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Through all this she is very good at keeping friendships and this will help her through the story. Her parents and her school put an unhealthy emphasis on grades and when she got to fifth grade this was far more prevelent. WuKundi Apr 15, Nora Rowley is a genius but prefers that people not know because she wants to be treated fairly.

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He changes because in the beginning he was not very brave and he was shy and at the end of the story he is very brave. Although this is listed user realistic fiction, realistic should be in quotation marks.

So, Nora and her best friend Stephen convince most of the 5th grade to get zeros on their next quiz. I have never read frendle, but I know that it will be 10 times better, all the reviews are amazing!

Bala on May 09, Probably the very coolest thing about Andrew Clements is that he manages to impart lessons even as he entertains his readers.

They were going to find out how Nora could get a bad report card without, anyone notifying them, that there was a problem. Romero on Sep 23, Interesting book. They told every kid in the school to do bad on tests.

Nora knew before she was old enough to go to school, that she was a genius. Nora is the main character in this story.

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Keep it up Andrew Clements!!!Read "The Report Card" by Andrew Clements with Rakuten Kobo. Nora Rose Rowley is a genius, but don't tell anyone. Nora's managed to make it. Includes a preview of Andrew Clements' new hardcover novel, Lunch Money Skip to main content Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.

The Report Card (Andrew Clements) at Nora purposely brings home a bad report card just to prove a point about standardized tests.

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Now she's got the perfect chance to prove how arbitrary grades are and that they don't matter nearly as much as everyone seems to think. Dec 15,  · The Report Card by Andrew Clements.


Summary: Nora Rowley knows she’s smart. More than smart, even. Image Posted in Realistic Fiction Tagged Andrew Clements, Book Review, ELA, English, Frindle and The Report Card have not left me feeling super enthused about Clements’ work they’re decent but nothing.

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The report card by andrew clements book review
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