The reader's diary
Creation of the GlobalLab book club where participants can share impressions and become acquainted with new books.
To complete one of our tasks, you may need artist's materials or graphic editors.
Why use data from multiple participants?
Of course, it is interesting to read to yourself, but with the help of GlobalLab you have a unique opportunity to share your impressions about a book, to find like-minded persons around the word or to find for yourself a book that you won't forget.
You are going to read some writing and want to share your opinion with others? Then make the following:
1. Look at the book cover (or at the work’s first illustration). What is represented on it? What the title tells you? Remember your thoughts and feelings. If you are going to read a collection of stories (or other writing), you need to submit a Report Form for each story/piece of writing. Don't submit one Report Form for the whole collection of stories.
2. If you are unable to read the writing at one time, divide it into logical parts or read the chapters. Before reading the next chapter, recall the content of the previous chapter.
3. After reading, choose one moment that was the most memorable and illustrate it. You can draw both on paper and on the computer.
4. Submit the Report Form. Think whether your expectations of the writing were met. This task, though simple at first sight, will help you learn how to choose those works that will give you the greatest pleasure.
5. Look at results of the Project. On the page Results, there is a gallery with the Report Forms of other project participants: here you can find interesting writing and read comments about it by other participants. Don’t be afraid to share your ideas and impressions in the discussion. You can even suggest other participants to see and estimate your Report Form or to read the same writing and to submit their own Report Form.
Our project is absolutely safe for participants of any age. The worst thing that can happen to you is you fall in love with books.
- Project was published on:May 16, 2014