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Monster: Englische Lektüre für die Oberstufe [Taschenbuch]

Walter D Myers
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3.0 von 5 Sternen guilty or innocent? 19. Mai 2004
the book "monster" by walter dean myers is about a boy called steve harmon who is 16 years old. this boy is on trial for being involved in a four-person hold up of a drugstore. nobody ever expected that steve could be the look-out at the drugstore robbery because everybody considered him to be a nice guy coming from a honest family. the trial takes place in new york. the fact that steve is a memeber of the film club at school is the reason why steve writes down his own court proceedings like a movie, complete with close ups, reaction shots and voice overs. this movie script helps to feel like steve and to understand his difficult describable situation. between the screenplay parts steve writes a kind of diary where the reader gets to know some things about steve's life befor the murder and his feelings about being held in prison during the trial.
i think this book wasn't that bad but sometimes i got the problem of not knowing who is speaking because the screenplay writing is as easy to read as you forget to read with attention and with looking at the names of the actors.
another thing was that i didn't find any aim in this book. perhaps it is nice to read for someone who wants to know what's going on on trial and what the different tasks of the persons on trial are. if you start to read this book you expect a story with lots of tension then it's the wrong one.
for me the most interesting parts were the diary entries because there you get to know more background information and you aren't able to overread the person who is talking at the moment because you can be sure that steve is telling the story.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen nice price 23. Mai 2004
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the story "Monster" by Walter Dean Myers is about the 16-year-old boy named Steve Harmon, who is on trial for being a lookout in a felony murder. the story is told from the main characters point of view and takes place mostly inside the courtroom. Two other boys, James King and Richard "Bobo" Evans have done a robbery in a drugstore, where the shopowner, Mr. Nesbitt was killed and money and six packs of cigaretts were stolen, but Steve never becomes part of the robbery. Steve a filmmaker, decides to transcribe his trial into a script for being objektive and finding out who he realy is.
I think this book is quiet interesting, because you come across so many different aspects. On the one hand you see how the law system of the United States work.It is shown by a dedicated Prosecuter. Simultaneous it is intersting to see how the speaches of the prosecuter and the defendence are created. You also get to know how the situation in jail is like.With the parts that Steve wrote you can try to think into him and understand his feelings he has. It#s written in changing perspektives what is a good solution to make the reader clear if Steve talks about the courtroom or if he talks about his feelings and the changing perspektive makes it much more interesting to read.It also gives all sites very well to the reader.In the end I think this book is a good chosen for englishlessons because it is good and understandable to read.
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Steven Harmon was only a lookout in the four-person holdup of a drugstore, but during the robbery attempt the store owner was killed. Steven wasn't even IN the store at the time of the murder. How guilty does that make Steven? Does his participation make him a MONSTER? That is the question left up to the jury in this courtroom trial. While the book in made up entirely of the trial, Myers uses mixed modes to depict the case. Steven, an aspiring filmmaker, records the trial's events as a screenplay, complete with close ups, reaction shots, and voice overs. Between scenes, we read Steven's handwritten journal about the case and see his fears of prison life and apprehensions about the proceedings in court. Mixed in are photographs of "Steven" in anguish. I found the telling of the story to be riveting and I feel it would provide terrific discussion in a classroom, perhaps 9th grade. Not only must we judge Steven's guilt, we also judge others involved and learn about the justice system in all its glory. By the time the novel ends, we feel as if we've been with Steven the whole time, and know we would never want to experience these events. It makes us consider peer pressure, the choices we make, the integrity of people, and different degrees of guilt. I enjoyed MONSTER very much and highly recommend it for personal use or with a class.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Monster - Exciting!!! 19. Mai 2004
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The book is about a 16 year-old boy, called Steve Harmon who is accused of felony murder.
It's written as a script. From time to time there are passages which are written as a diary entry. These passages are very personal and they tell us very much about his feelings. The script is formal and unpersonal. It only shows the development of the trial. Sometimes it's very hard to read, because of the slang of the actors. Several aspects are mentioned. On one hand the way Steve's family goes along with that and on the other hand the way Steve goes along with the situation in jail. the layout is very untypical. the letters are very big and sometimes handwrittetn. To get picture of Steve there are a few photographs of him.
Even towards the end questions are left opened.
For example why Steve has lied on the witness stand, if he has to get a harder punishment and so on. The reader has to think about these questions.
My opinion is that the book is easy to read and very realistic, because of the authentic way the trial is described and the daily crime which happens day by day in the streets of New York.
It's very exciting to see how somebody feels and acts in a situation like Steve's.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Eigenwillige Ausgabe
Ich will hier nicht den (eher dürftigen) Inhalt bewerten, da es sich um ein Schulbuch (selbst zu beschaffendes Unterrichtsmaterial) handelt. Lesen Sie weiter...
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4.0 von 5 Sternen review for english class
I think his book was really strange. The way it was written was a major turn off because it was formatted in the same manner as a movie script. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 10. Januar 2012 von Fabiane, Patrick, Tim und Christina :)
5.0 von 5 Sternen Courtesy of Teens Read Too
Sixteen-year-old Steve is on trial for murder. But he's having trouble understanding why. "What did I do? I walked into a drugstore to look for some mints, and then I walked out. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 4. März 2011 von TeensReadToo
2.0 von 5 Sternen Ein Buch Für Den Schulunterricht
Monster ist ein Buch, das für das Gymnasium geschrieben wurde, aber wenn Sie ein richtig gutes Buch haben will, ist dieses Buch nicht das richtige Buch für Sie,denn... Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 25. Januar 2011 von Philipp Stühr
4.0 von 5 Sternen Englisch Unterricht!
Wir haben dieses Buch in der 11. Klasse in Englisch durchgenommen. Es ist durchaus interessant, hat mich jedoch nicht besonders umgehauen!
Veröffentlicht am 17. Juni 2009 von Clarissa Z.
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Veröffentlicht am 14. Juni 2007 von Onne
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