Blog you must.
The Strange Case of Origami Yoda tries to solve a mystery.
Is Origami Yoda real?
Does he really know things?
Can he really predit the future?
Tell us what you think AND give evidence from the book to support your thinking.
1. Your first name & room number
2. Is Origami Yoda real?
3. Give examples/evidence from the book to prove your thinking.
Post your blog response by August 26 at 8 p.m.
So many choices! I really LOVED the twists and turns in The Familiars' storyline, but The Strange Case of the Origami Yoda was hilarious! I'm just starting, You Will Call me Drog and can't put it down...good thing I'm not voting!
a. Post the title of your favorite Nene Hopeful
b. Tell us one reason why you liked the book.
c. Give your first name and room number
Maybe you've read a few chapters into your book. By this time, you have more than a first impression of your character. You might know how old he or she is, where they live, what they like and what they don't like. You also know how they fit into the story.
Based on what you know about your character, what do you think he/she carries with them at all times? What 3 things would you expect to find in their wallet or pocket?
1. Reply with your first name & room number.
2. Give the title of your book.
3. List 3 things you would expect to find in their wallet/pocekt and why?
When you meet somebody for the first time, you make first impressions based on what they do, say or look like. Reading a book is the same--we have an idea of what the book is about by looking at the front cover or by reading the blurb on the back cover. As we read the first few pages, we get to know the characters, and plot.
What do you think of your Nene Book?
1. Give the title of your book.
2. Tell us your first impressions of the characters and the story.
3. Sign the blog post with your first name and room number. (no last names)
Mrs. Colte says...
I LOVE reading Nene books & I love talking with students about the Nene Books. Join our discussion!