Ender’s Game – criticism

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After having read this novel you are going to write a ’reading journal’. This means that you from time to time while reading should take notes about your reading experience. You should have a handful journal entries in your reading journal. The journal entries can be about:

• QUESTIONS that you ask yourself about characters and events as you read.

• MEMORIES from your own experience, provoked by the reading.

• GUESSES about how you think the story will develop, and why.

• REFLECTIONS on striking moments and ideas in the book.

• COMPARISONS between how you behave and how the characters in the novel are behaving.

• THOUGHTS AND FEELINGS about characters and events.

• COMMENTS on how the story is being told – for example, words or phrases or even whole passages which make an impression on you …

• OBSERVATIONS OF YOUR READING PROCESS, i.e. how you read.

• LANGUAGE PROBLEMS and ways of solving them

 

 

Today’s task

Read the following criticism:

Article 1

 

Reading journal

An example of a Reading journal for a type A or B grade on English course 6. reading-journal-example of grade

DEADLINE FOR READING JOURNAL

31st of november

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