Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Book Selling

“Book Selling”
WALT choose the right information about a book we have read, that will encourage others to want to read it when we share it with them.

Title of book
Charlie and the Chocolate factory.
Tell us about the author
Roald Dahl was a fun and creative children's author. He loved to write stories about all different kinds of kids. Some of his most famous books were; Matilda, Charlie and the chocolate factory and Fantastic Mr fox which were all made into fabulous movies.
Explain who the characters are using descriptive language.

Charlie, is the main character in this book he is a helpful, kind and loyal sort of person who didn’t take things for granted.

Willy wonka, the proud owner of the marvelous chocolate factory is a jolly person who has a the weirdest thoughts.

Tell us enough about the beginning of the story so that everyone will understand what they are about to read.
When the news breaks out into george's city that there is a competition to get into willy wonka's factory everyone goes wild. Will george find one of the five lucky tickets?.......

Finally, read an exciting, interesting, or amusing passage from your book. (Stop reading at a moment that leaves the audience hanging and add "If you want to know more you’ll have to read the book."
Pages 42- 42.5

WALT review a novel in a way that sells it to other readers.
Link this completed rubric to your Book Selling document.

Extended Abstract
WALT review a novel in a way that sells it to other readers.

I can define:
  • The title of the book
  • The author
  • The main characters

I can describe the:
  • Main characters
  • The author
  • The beginning of the book
I can analyse the novel to:
  • Choose who the main characters are to describe to my audience
  • Choose what to say about the story so as to interest others but not tell them the whole story.
  • Choose an entertaining section of the novel to read out to the audience.
I can evaluate how well I have sold my book by:
  • How many questions were asked about this novel.
  • How many people have read this novel.
  • Asked 2 students for feedback about how well I presented my book sell.

Giving good feedback is to:
  • Be kind
  • Be specific
  • Be helpful
Responding to feedback is to:
  • Adjust/alter my presentations accordingly.

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