About a boy by Nick Hornby Reading Journal Content 1. Book summary 2. Book recommendation in a letter to a friend 3. Write a vocabulary list for each chapter 4. Summerize the most important facts of 4 Chapters: The w” questions 5. Choose two or more Characters to write Characterisations 6. Write a newspaper
About A Boy by Nick Hornby: Analysis Chapter 5
Analysis Chapter 5 02.11.11
fifth chapter of the novel About A Boy” from Nick Hornby
published in 1998 is about Marcus, a 12-year-old boy, and his
problems at home and in school.
doesn't know what to do. His mother starts crying and
Intercultural Competence - Negotiation: Interactions of members, intercultural Ruels
1. The strengths and weaknesses of how members of the negotiation
intera­cted with each other. Body
Language: Bence, in my opinion kept good eye contact. You can tell
from his posture that he was relaxed
Rufus is now three weeks old. Sam and Alicia wake up in the night by his crying and Sam changes his nappy. (situation like Sam saw in his “vision of the future”). In the morning he has a fight with Alicia’s ex, because he suggests to be Rufus’ father. When he comes home, Sam confronts Alicia and a row breaks out. It emerges that Alicia’s ex lied and Sam and Alicia make up with each other.
• The row was necessary to let off steam.
• I think deep inside Sam is glad to be Rufus’ father.
• As a result of being parents now, Alicia and Sam acquire maturity and adulthood quicker.
• to do sb’s head in: to make sb feel confused and unhappy
• mental: crazy
• germ: a small organism that causes diseases
Sam’s worried about losing touch with Roof fifteen years’ time because of a report he read and goes to Alicia to talk about it. They fight because Alicia thinks Sam would date another girl and make it up in the end.
• Sam really worries about losing touch with Roof, he really loves him and slowly gets used to being a father.
• I think Sam can’t anymore imagine a life without his son .....