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How to write retellings of the content of books and why students needs it

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Students that want to improve their memory and focus fast and efficiently are usually advised to write retellings of the books. However, there are a number of other advantages associated with retelling.

One of the most obvious positive impacts is better comprehension. According to some research, individuals who write notes from books can better understand and memorize the content. Besides, when the book is discussed in the classroom, they can give a perfect overview of it and provide great examples.

The next benefit of retellings is vocabulary boost and speech improvement. By using some newly-learned words in your retellings, you can expand your active vocabulary.

That is why retelling is an important part of the school curriculum. Students are required to write retellings of the literature they have studied. It is an important part of any educational system.
But writing a book report is not as easy as it seems at first glance. Students very often encounter difficulties in describing the plot of fiction. Here we will look at how to write a book report correctly and which service can help with this difficult task.

Seek help from online writing services
For some students, any type of writing assignment is a challenge. If you are one of those individuals that get nervous when receiving a retelling task, there is an easy solution for you. You can turn to book report writing service or another custom writing service that helps students with their homework. Here you will be helped to write any kind of school essays and retellings. These online services employ professional writers who know a lot about their business. Some helpful hints on how to complete your assignment are also available at this service.

How to retell a fiction book?
But if you still want to write your report on your own. Below are some tips to help you write a good retelling of the book for your schoolwork.

1. Make notes

It will be hard to retell the whole book without making notes, especially if it’s the one with hundreds of pages. You can easily miss important details or make mistakes. To avoid this, read a book with a pencil and notebook in your hand.

2. Write down characters’ names

This step is also essential to achieve accuracy. Take some time to make a loaf of characters and their roles in the plot. Write down who is a protagonist and who is an antagonist in the book.

3. Describe the settings

Analyze where exactly the events take place. Count how many different settings are included into the storyline. Pay special attention to descriptions and include all the senses described in the book.

4. List plot points

While reading the book, list major plot points or the most important things that happen in the book. According to some literati the experts they include the following:

● The inciting moment that provides the story goal
● So-called surprise one, which is the point where things get worse and the goal may be transformed
● Surprise two during which the odds increase
● Surprise three that may make things even worse
● The end, which is the point that what’s everything up in a satisfying way.

However, you can include more points in addition to those mentioned above.

5. Make a list of scenes

Another thing to do in order to avoid inaccuracies and mistakes is listing all the scenes and sequences. If you complete this task, it will be so easy for you to make a retelling.

6. Define the theme

What’s basically the theme of a book? Simply put, it’s a central idea in the story. To make it more clear, the theme sumps up what the story tells us. Any theme can be summarized in a short statement, no matter how complicated it is.

7. Think about the motif

Motif is another important aspect of any book. It can be defined as a recurring object, phrase, idea or an action. To identify the motif, highlight anything recurs in a book, no matter how frequent it does.

8. Create a twist

The next step to make your retelling engaging is coming up with the retelling twist. Once you have the skeleton of your writing planned properly, make a fun twist that will add more creativity to your paper.

9. Proofread

After completing all the steps mentioned above, you have your retelling done. Well, almost done. The last thing that will make your writing flawless is proofreading. Read your paper carefully and fix all the errors you come across.

Final thoughts

Retelling is quite advantageous practice for everyone. It ensures better comprehension and information retention. Besides, it expands vocabulary and improves speech. Follow the steps offered in this article to write a great book retelling.
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