Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Novel Studies

I am looking forward to seeing all of your group responses to this weeks topic!

Describe the setting in your book...

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5 comments:

  1. It is in a place called camp green lake
    It is a hot place were bad boys are turned into bad boys just by digging holes in the sun
    There once was a a lake but it is dried up
    There are only two old ock trees with a hammock but the boys are not aloud to go on the hammock
    Book: Holes

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  2. Stanley Yelnats was sent to camp green lake where the lake has actually evaporated turning it into a scorching and hard laboured place for the boys, for they dig holes five feet high and long which means there is a lot of holes in the cracking ground looking like a mega earthquake has hit.

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  3. (Lord of the Flies)
    "roughly boat shaped, humped near one end with behind them the jumbled decent to the shore. On ether side rocks,cliffs,treetops and a steep slope:forward there, the lenght of the boat, a tamer decent,tree clad, with hints of pink: then the jungly flat of the island, dense green, but drawn to the end of a pink tail. There, where the island is petered out in water, was another island, almost deattached, standing like a fort, facing them across the green with one bold, pink bastion." -William Golding

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  4. its set in 4 different places, in the woods in a hole under a tree, Boggis's chicken farm, Bunces duck and gesse farm and Beans turkey and apple farm. In the hole It is dark, dirty, messy, has roots coming out of the top, hard, and tunnels in and out.

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  5. Great thinking on the settings in your books, you have really thought about it and inferred when you have needed to. I look forward to seeing your responses to next weeks question.

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