After you have finished reading and have watched the book trailer again, take notes to answer the following questions in complete sentences (At least FOUR sentences EACH):
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1. How does the trailer compare to the book? Is it an accurate representation of the story you read?
2. What changes would you make to the book trailer? If you would not make any changes, please explain why.
3. How do you feel watching the book trailer now that you have finished reading?
Each answer should be AT LEAST 4 sentences long.
Add specific details and descriptions/images from the trailer AND the novel to support your answer. What SPECIFIC parts of the trailer matched what you pictured in your head while reading the novel?
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Not exactly what you might be looking for, but here are my notes from the book
The trailer is an accurate representation of the book
I would not change the trailer, it fits the book perfectly.
I feel that the book was less sad than the trailer made it seem
This story is about a young German boy named Bruno
It appears to be a sad tale based on the way the trailer was shot
It’s about two boys
One boy is German, one is a Jewish kid from Poland
I can tell something bad happens from the foreshadowing of the narrator at the end
The Jewish kid, his name is Shmuel.
Bruno and his family left Berlin, because his father was a very high up rank in Hitler’s SS.
This story takes place at the Auschwitz concentration camps.
Bruno thinks the place I called Out-with