Nora is just mad about the C because she was aiming for straight Ds. He started getting mad at himself when he had trouble understanding material in school, and he worried about all kinds of tests, even those in his best subjects. She stopped being a cat and started being a copycat instead.
The story is narrated by a 5th-grade girl, Nora Rose Rowley. Ender decides to make it his mission to find a place for the buggers to live.
Rackham runs Ender through a series of simulated battles, where he now commands an entire fleet. When do they have time to build forts, make smoke bombs, roam the hills with their buddies, participate in their own sand lot games, play with a chemistry set and make things boil and bubble.
During a school meeting, Stephen and Nora apologize on behalf of the involved students before the whole school.
So she goes underground, keeps her giftedness to herself, and tries to fit in. Since Clements has so clearly stated the problems with this system, some readers may find the ending disappointing, a rarity in his novels.
Ann, now a junior in high school, goes first. Battle School is located on a ship far from earth. She was said to get perfect grades, and is in band.
Valentine visits Ender while he is given a brief vacation, and it is clear that things have changed between them. Rather than an unabashed triumph over the system of testing and grades, Nora accomplishes little besides being allowed to have some say in the direction of her life.
Nora is a genius, but since early childhood she has hidden that fact from both teachers and family. Is one a better tool than the other? Her teacher called her parents, and everyone at school started thinking Nora might have a learning disability. She decided to copy a different kid every day until she figured out how to become the average of all of them.
Ender can think to the queen, and sees that the buggers did not truly wish to fight the humans and feels their sorrow for all that happens. When do they get time to do that with all the other demands we parents and society put upon them? I learned a lot about life by playing in the neighborhood with my friends.
At the same time they needed him to think it was a game in order to be able to win with such great loss of life. Add your rating See all 35 kid reviews.
Ender and Alai become friends, and this helps Ender fit in with the rest of the group. Ann 6 years older and Todd 3 years older. In regards to Clements is a great youth storyteller. Ender learns that the buggers are like highly evolved insects and they communicate instantaneously—their queen thinks for all of them.
The main character, Nora, calls the system into question in a way that makes her parents and teachers reconsider their ideas about what education means.The Report Card by Andrew Clements - A fifth-grade genius turns the spotlight on grades—good and bad—in this novel from Andrew Clements, the author of Book Edition: Reprint.
The Report Card Book Summary and Study Guide. Andrew Clements Booklist Andrew Clements Message Board. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of The Report Card; Fifth grader Nora remembers everything in her life.
From an early age, everything was always very easy for her: puzzles, school work. Report Card Comments & Phrases; Special Needs; School Readiness; Writing a book report helps you practice giving your opinion about different aspects of a book, such as the author's use of description or dialogue.
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The Report Card, a novel by Andrew Clements (), deals with the issues of grades, testing, and achievement in school. The main character, Nora, calls the system into question in a way that.
The Report Card By Andrew Clements About the Book Fifth-grader Nora Rose Rowley has been keeping an unusual secret for most of her life. The secret is that she is very, very smart.
The Report Card is a very good book so far. I have really enjoyed it. I disagree with the people who say that it delivers a bad mesage. I can't wait to finish it!!!/5().Download