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Book Talk Survival Guide for Psychology Students

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Basics of giving a book talk on a psychology book for students at Sanborn Regional High School.

Basics of giving a book talk on a psychology book for students at Sanborn Regional High School.


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  • 1. Purpose ofyourBook Talk:Sell YourBook,Make PeopleFight Over It!
  • 2. Don’t Give Away the Ending!
  • 3. Don’t give asummary.Do highlighttheinterestingbits.
  • 4. Find aBook You Love
  • 5. Point Out The PsychologicalDisorder or Issue in Your Book
  • 6. Keep it Short! (3-5 minutes)
  • 7. Find a good quote (no need to tattoo it on your arm) just read it to the class.The quote is from page 700 of Deathly Hallows, when Harry is walkingthrough the forest to Voldemort.