logs based on

The Planet of Junior Brown, 748-751.
Bridge to Terebithia, 751-755
Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, 760-764
Island of the Blue Dolphins, 764-766
Julie of the Wolves, 767-772
Setting?  Where and when does this take place?  (Is this significant?)
Point of view?  Who is telling the story?  Is there a first person narrator—that is, one of the characters in the story telling the story?  Or does it seem to be a “voice” from outside the story?  If so, does this narrator let us know what multiple characters are thinking or feeling?  (Third person omniscient.)  Or does the narrator seem to limit the perspective to one character’s feelings or thoughts.  (Third person limited.)
What is the central conflict? 
How well developed are the characters?  (This might be hard to answer since the selections are brief.)  Do these characters seem “real” (“three dimensional”) to you?  Or are they shallow or flat (“two dimensional”)?
What about audience?  Do you have a sense of age appropriateness?
Are there signficant themes or ideas here?  (What is the piece “about”?  What is the writer trying to get at?)
Are there adults in the selection?  If so, what role do they play?  Are they helpful, supportive?  Or are they part of the problem?
When writing logs, think about these things:
Try to make connections – with the introductory section, with other selections, with past experience, etc.
Make observations.  In other words, what do you notice that seems significant or important?
Record your reaction and explain.  If you liked it, why?  If you didn’t, why not?
When you write your logs, you need not write about all the things listed above.  However, you should think about all of them, and write about those that seem most relevant to the selection under consideration.  Your discussion is not limited to these concerns.  These are only things to think about.  Your main job in writing a response is to be thoughtful. 

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