Literacy Wednesday 20th April – Alexander T. Smith

In our Literacy lessons this week we have been reading books by the author Alexander T. Smith.

Red group- Talk to your partner about the book on your table and answer the following questions-

  1. What do you like about the story?
  2. What type of language features can you see?
  3. Is the setting description effective?
  4. Who would the best audience be for this book?
  5. Would you persuade someone to read it?

Now you have discussed these questions use your answers to help you write a book review.

 

22 thoughts on “Literacy Wednesday 20th April – Alexander T. Smith

  1. 1.What do you like about the story?
    What I like about the story is that it is really funny and some bit are very interesting about Claude.
    2.what type of language features can you see?It has got funny names,silly,words and it is a made up story that is fiction.
    3.is the setting description effective?it is effective.
    4.Who would the best audience be for this book?it should be for children.
    5.who would you persuade someone to read it? A famous enough reader.

  2. Home

    What do you like about the story?
    I like the story because when your friend does not want to be your friend this book can help you.
    What type of language features can you see?
    It has funny names and has puncuation

  3. 1.What do you like about the story?
    What I like about the story is that it is really funny and some bit are very interesting about Claude.
    2.what type of language features can you see?It has got funny names,silly,words and it is a made up story that is fiction.
    3.is the setting description effective?it is effective.
    4.Who would the best audience be for this book?it should be for children.
    5.who would you persuade someone to read it? A famous enough reader.

  4. Claude
    1.What do you like about the story?
    I like home because it’s funny,comical and adventurous!
    What type of language features can you see?
    Repeated Words,Funny names and simple.
    Is the setting description effective?
    Alexander.t.smith made it effective by adding the key features of a story book like comical.
    Who would the best audience be for this book?
    Children will be the best audience because it has funny names and animals.
    Would you persuade someone to read it?
    I would persuade it to people who like animals.

  5. Claude in the city
    1.I like the book because it has comedy (eg a walking sock)
    2.It has bullet points verbs(eg .shoe shop.loe shops.chip shops.chop shops.
    3.yes because it is powerful.
    4.the best audience is for 5 and over.
    5.yes because it is a great book.
    From esakhan

  6. 1.when Claude and sir boblysock went to the restaurant
    2.titchy,enormous and beady
    3.I feel if I’m there because i want to travel around the world like Claude and become a hero

    Claude in the city

    By author Ismail M Ali

  7. Claude in the city
    What do you like about the story? I liked how the author makes it funny because Claude keeps on making accident’s.
    What type of language features can you see?I can see adjectives,verbs,exclamation marks.
    Is the setting description effective?Yes it is effective because I can imagine it.
    What would be the best audience for this book? The best audience for this book is 6+ Because it is quite a long book
    Would you persuade someone to read it? Yes because it is an amazing creation

  8. Claude in the city
    1.I like the book because it has comedy (eg a walking sock)
    2.It has bullet points verbs(eg .shoe shop.loe shops.chip shops.chop shops.
    3.yes because it is powerful.
    4.the best audience is for 5 and over.
    5.yes because it is a great book.

  9. 1.what do you like about the story? I like the books because it was so funny.
    2.What type of language features can you see? Adjectives shiny,adverbs jumped happily.
    3.Is the setting description effective? Yes
    4. Who would be the best audience be for this book? At the age of 6-12 years old.
    5. Would you persuade someone to read it? My mom,dad ,childrens and adults.

  10. 1.I like egg because it’s funny.😀
    2.I can see exclamation marks when is like a surprising part and adjectival phrases.
    3.The setting description wasn’t that effective.
    4.I would choose people over 4 but under 11.
    5.yes I would because I would give it 5 stars😎

  11. Primrose
    1.I like how Alex.t Smith uses alliteration and he uses his description language
    2.I can see he used Aliteration ,adjectives,questions exclamation marks.
    3.Yes because he described the palce.

    4.Childen (3 years and over)
    5.Yes because it is fun and has detail.

  12. 1. What do you like about the story? I like most about the story is when Mr blobby sock follows him in the city.
    2. What type of language feactures can you see? adjectives
    3. Is the setting description effective? yes because it is set in different places.
    4.who will be the best audience be for this book? My mum and dad because they know Alex T. Smith .
    5. Would you persuade someone to read it ? Yes because it is really good and funny.

    From Lacey Joyce omeara 😍😍😍😍😍

  13. Home

    1.I like the story because it teaches you a lot of lessons and one of them was to keep your friendship.

    2. Yes he did he used comical sentences.

  14. HOME IS THE BOOK I’m DOING

    1.I like the story because it shows that if you go separate ways with your friends it gets boring and you have no other reason to stay separated from them .First you think about it and then you have to apologise.

    2.He used comical language because who names there story characters 1,2,3 and 4.

  15. 1. I like home because it’s funny and adventurous.
    2. Funny words and names.
    3. He made it effective by putting features of a real house.
    4.Kids would like these types of books.
    5.Yes , young kids that like funny stories.

    • What do you like about the story?
      I like that he used funny names and it was adventurous.

      What kind of language features has he used?
      He used exclamation marks and funny names.

      How did he make it efective?
      He used items of a real house.

      Who would be the best audience?
      Children would be the best audience.

      Would you persuade someone to read it?
      Yes because children like picture books.

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