1. What is the title of the book?
2.Who is the author of the book?
3.who drew the pictures in the book?
4.What is the book about? (50-80words)(不要太多!)
5.Do you like the book? Why? What have you learnt from the book?(60-90words)
- TOMING88Lv 75 年 前最佳解答
Introducing 4-3 ideas for fiction/book,character, plot, point of view, Setting 1:Landscape and Cityscape, Setting 2:Interior Design, the beginning and developing, the scene the dialogue the voice the description ,the Image and Metaphore, the style And Putting It All Together will give you 4-3 English Book ReportThe above guides can be seen from the book:-(1)The title book:-Jack,Giant and the Bean----Red Riding Hood---Long hair princess,and Cinderella.
(2)Author:-Walt Disney Co. Ltd.
(3)Drawn by :-Walt Disney Studio
(4)The foolish or funny effects is a mixed metaphore together for a foolish result.When we have something that is bad as well as good we get a bit of a mixed blessing.This book idea is copied from HK artist Uncle Tsang C.W. and Master Kim Yung's Kung Fu Novels to getting that idea.
(5)I learn something that is bad as well as good is for us students to decide.The Characters point of view is just like "Master Kim Yung" Kung Fu Novels with a mixed blessing for you students You must judge something that is bad or good,foolish or funny,occupy Central or not whether Social Society or Not in HK,Liberal Studies or Not,, Learning the metaphor is important eg:-She the singer is a tower of strength and is running ahead for Legislative Councillor Election by forsaking her Canada Citizenship !!!!!So I've a mixed blessing for good.
- 5 年 前
christmas carol (charles dickens) 的閱讀報告..
→A Christmas Carol is more a Christmas carol. Christmas Carols are deemed to be an indispensable component for Christmas to spread joy and hope in general. However, does anyone ever imagine that there is such a powerful Christmas carol in the world that can radically alter a callous man from loathing the world to enjoying the world, from ignoring people to loving people? The Christmas Carol written by Charles Dickens will give an attestation to show that it is not a whim.
→This book revolves around a nonchalant and stern businessman called Ebenezer Scrooge who was regarded as a formidable creature in people’s eyes. Such being the case, nobody dared to greet him; no beggars dared to implore him to bestow a trifle; even the blind men’s dogs were panicked and tried to shun whenever and wherever they came across him. Nevertheless, there were two passionate men who were dauntless enough to approach him. One of them was his nephew called Fred who kept inviting him to his Christmas party every year despite rejections while the other was his clerk called Robert Cratchit who eked out a meager existence but was submissive to him in spite of his stinginess and harshness.
→The Christmas Carol came to an end once Mr Scrooge woke up. The dream had given him a hard whack that mellowed him. The brand new Mr. Scrooge now was full of gay, love, mercy, benevolence and forbearance: he sent a big turkey to the Cratchit; donated money to the needy; patted children on their heads tenderly; questioned beggars heartily; admired whatever he saw; visited his nephew and promised to raise poor Cratchit’s salary as well as concern about Mr. Cratchit’s plight.
→The story is engrossing due to the presence of the specters that helps to create a mysterious atmosphere, together with a series of unexpected upshots, which succeed in arousing readers’ interest and curiosity. Besides, the theme of the story is meaningful and inspiring.