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    Sendung verpasst? Alle Beiträge, Sendungen und viele Extras zum Magazin "​Report Mainz" finden Sie hier. Videos zu REPORT MAINZ | Als eines der besten investigativ arbeitenden Magazine deckt REPORT MAINZ regelmäßig bundesweit Missstände in Politik. Report Mainz (bis Report Baden-Baden) ist die Bezeichnung eines deutschen Fernsehmagazins zum aktuellen politischen Geschehen. Obwohl das Format redaktionell in Mainz angesiedelt ist, gehört es nicht zum dort ansässigen ZDF, sondern mit dem Südwestrundfunk zur ARD.

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    Sendung verpasst? Alle Beiträge, Sendungen und viele Extras zum Magazin "​Report Mainz" finden Sie hier. Report Mainz (bis Report Baden-Baden) ist die Bezeichnung eines deutschen Fernsehmagazins zum aktuellen politischen Geschehen. Obwohl das Format redaktionell in Mainz angesiedelt ist, gehört es nicht zum dort ansässigen ZDF, sondern mit dem Südwestrundfunk zur ARD. kmita-tellfriend.com bietet Ihnen eine Übersicht über das Programm der Sender der ARD. Darin enthalten sind sowohl Das Erste wie auch die regionalen.

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    Videos zu REPORT MAINZ | Als eines der besten investigativ arbeitenden Magazine deckt REPORT MAINZ regelmäßig bundesweit Missstände in Politik. Videos zu report MÜNCHEN | Investigativer Journalismus, seriöse Informationen und klare Positionen. Die Videos zu "report München" finden Sie hier. Das ARD-Politikmagazin aus Mainz: Wir decken Missstände und Fehlentwicklungen auf - in Politik, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft. Sendung verpasst? Alle Beiträge, Sendungen und viele Extras zum Magazin "​Report Mainz" finden Sie hier. Gunter Sonneson managed to make it to the 5th grade without anyone finding out her little secret and she wants to keep it that way. District totals do not include state or district sponsored charter school data. Transiency Rate. Reported Bullying Incidents. Star Rating.

    The main characters, and the librarian Nora befriends during the course of I asked my oldest daughter what she was reading last night and she handed me Andrew Clement's The Report Card.

    The main characters, and the librarian Nora befriends during the course of the book, are thoughtful and likable, and the idea of students protesting over grades and testing is a wonderful plot device.

    But the books lacks the full plot development and resolution of Clement's classics like The Landry News which made my kids start writing their own newspaper or Frindle.

    Part of the problem is that little can be done to change grades and testing in public schools without more change than the book could deliver, but that is a comment for another time.

    Oct 29, Alyssa rated it really liked it. This book is undeniably one of the most relatable books I have ever read in my life.

    I was in a pullout program when I was younger for my smarts. The social environment at my school is toxic due to these gifted classes. Possibly the only differences between Nora and I are the fact that I would never hide my smarts from anybody, and she is about ten times as smart as me.

    I wish I had the courage to do something like this, and yet I'm glad I This book is undeniably one of the most relatable books I have ever read in my life.

    I wish I had the courage to do something like this, and yet I'm glad I don't due to the complete unreality of it ever turning out like it does here.

    I love Clements and I love his readings, they are perfect for his audience and anybody in the world looking for a cute book to distract them for a while or entertain them to their fancies.

    Aug 23, Susan rated it liked it. Very different! The main character is an incredibly bright girl, and I enjoyed seeing things through her very perceptive eyes.

    This book says a lot about what is wrong with schools today. It also discusses how many parents are focusing onthe wrong things when it comes to raising their children.

    Nora, the girl in the book, seems to have a very small relationship with her parents, and that made me sad. But I enjoyed the story, as well as the points the author was making.

    Apr 18, Idrishia Curnal rated it it was amazing. I think this book was really fun to read. My favorite part was when Cora at the end of the book started not acting like she was slow and started doing better in her classes.

    The part I didn't like was when her sister always bragged to Cora about her report card because Cora got really mad when she bragged about them.

    I would recommend this book to Jenefer because she loves to read fun books and she will bring a good book with her almost everywhere to read it and I think that really amazing.

    Apr 18, Laura Hernandez rated it liked it. This book is about Nora Rose Rowley being a genius, but she doesn't want to tell anyone.

    She's managed to make it to the 5th grade without anyone finding out her little secret and she wants to keep it that way. I would recommend this book to my little brother, Alex.

    My brother loves chapter book. Even though he is in 1st grade. Apr 27, Abigail rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: 4th graders.

    This book was very good. You felt like you were right next to the character threw out the story. This book is good for any fourth grader because that is the same age of the main character in the story.

    Thanks for taking the time to read my review. May 27, Elizabeth added it. I really like this book because it is really funny. My favorite character is Nora because she is really friendly and kind.

    My favorite part of the book is when Nora and her friend are so confused on what her teacher told her and she didn't understand what he said. Feb 22, Ashley Herman rated it it was amazing.

    I thought that the book was very interesting and fun to read. One thing that I liked was how he told the story from the point of view of the girl in the story.

    If you like funny and easy to read books then this would be a good choice for you. Jun 28, Karen rated it it was amazing Shelves: ellie , jacob , mom.

    Ellie earned this book from the LQ Library summer reading program.. Should school testing change the way people treat you or the way you see yourself?

    Sep 14, Beth rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: 9 to 14 year olds. Shelves: readalready. The girl is different. Jan 07, Jaime Ramos rated it it was amazing.

    This was a good book because the girl she got allot of bad grades but then one of her friends said that i will help you make your grades better and it was a really good book.

    Jun 01, Galilea Estrada rated it liked it. I like this book because I like how they put the girls report card all d's and only one c that makes me think that I need to get a good report card I like this book because I like how they put the girls report card all d's and only one c that makes me think that I need to get a good report card Dec 30, Ensiform rated it liked it Shelves: fiction.

    Fifth grader Nora Rose Rowley is a secret supergenius. She could do a jigsaw at two and read at three, and now in middle school does her own college level learning online while maintaining the facade of an average student.

    With an intense distaste for being in the spotlight, she has figured out how to mimic the other students and keep her skills to herself, even from her own parents.

    Her best friend Stephen isn't dumb but doesn't do well on standardized tests, and Nora feels this gives him an un Fifth grader Nora Rose Rowley is a secret supergenius.

    Her best friend Stephen isn't dumb but doesn't do well on standardized tests, and Nora feels this gives him an unfair label, the same way the tests make certain students feel superior just because they do well.

    So as a form of protests, she gets all Ds on her first report card of the quarter. Her grade-obsessed parents flip out, and soon she's involved in meetings with the principal, the counselor, even a district superintendent.

    When Stephen rallies the rest of the fifth grade to join the protest, Nora is facing a lot more scrutiny than she ever thought possible.

    I read this to my class as an example of how characters grow and change. Nora is an interesting and very sympathetic character.

    She speaks honestly about herself and makes broad pronouncements about what friends do for one another. The plot meanders a bit near the middle, when Nora has a big plan but then starts having second thoughts.

    And then it all sort of peters out when Nora decides This seems like an anticlimax. The book does cast a critical light on the prevalence of and reliance on standardized tests, and I'm glad that Clements included the idea that many teachers are as wary of these tests as kids are.

    However, I'm not entirely sure that I approve of the idea of a near-superhumanly brilliant fifth grader being allowed to decide that her goal in life is to avoid gifted classes, get a regular job, and do nothing special with her intelligence.

    Andrew Clements once again finds a way to address state and federal education policy in a novel written for the fifth graders who are directly affected by it.

    The Report Card was more of a kid fantasy than other Clements books I've read. I taught myself Spanish and physics by watching Unavision!

    It's like living living in the Burger King Kidz Club house, really, but good for Nora, who, from toddlerhood, has cultivated an average Andrew Clements once again finds a way to address state and federal education policy in a novel written for the fifth graders who are directly affected by it.

    It's like living living in the Burger King Kidz Club house, really, but good for Nora, who, from toddlerhood, has cultivated an average mien to deflect attention from her secret intelligence.

    At the beginning of the book, she's gamed the system to get an all D report card without triggering academic warning letters. She has a secret plan, never revealed, to use her Ds to diminish her school's focus on grades and boost her best friend's self esteem.

    When her plan falls apart, she and her friend hatch a plan to boycott testing and grades, but she wants to scuttle it when she finds out that teachers hate testing too.

    She's repeatedly questioned by various adults who don't understand her motives, which is real to the point of being upsetting.

    Good stuff. Highly recommend. End testing, fund education. Not hard. We're America, we can do this. I really liked test days in elementary school.

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