Oct. 8-15 Skill: Conflict & Resolution or Character’s Motives

Oct 11th, 2013 Posted in Reading Log Responses | no comment »

You choose this week – since it was a review week you can write about the conflict and resolution in the story or the character’s motives.

October 2-8th Skill: Character’s Motives

Sep 30th, 2013 Posted in Reading Log Responses | 2 comments »

What are the reasons your character is acting the way they do in a story? Think about their traits, thoughts, words and actions and how they are clues about their motives. If you are having trouble writing about it from your independent reading book, try writing about Nellie Bly’s motives from our reading in class.

September 24-Oct. 1 Skill: Character’s Motives

Sep 30th, 2013 Posted in Reading Log Responses | no comment »

Character’s motives are the reasons the character acts as he or she does. The character’s traits, thoughts, words and actions are clues to the character’s motives.

Skill: Conflict and Resolution due 9/24

Sep 19th, 2013 Posted in Reading Log Responses | no comment »

Skill: Conflict & Resolution due by 9/17/13

Sep 10th, 2013 Posted in Reading Log Responses | 2 comments »

Share the title of your book, the conflict and any details that lead to the resolution in the story. Remember you can write about your independent reading book or the story we read in our Storytown Anthology. This week that story is called Line Drive.

Skill: Conflict and Resolution due by 9/10/11

Sep 9th, 2013 Posted in Reading Log Responses | 4 comments »

Tell me about the conflict and resolution in the story you are reading. The conflict is the problem and the resolution is how they solve the problem. If you are at the beginning of your book, just write about the conflict. You should write 4-5 sentences.

What is your favorite type of book to read?

Aug 9th, 2013 Posted in Reading Log Responses | no comment »

What genre do you like? Science fiction, realistic fiction, fantasy, biography to name a few. Tell me what you like to read for enjoyment most and why.