Appendix A Reading Log Your name Student No. Date 2014/4/1 Title Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets Reading level 4 Author Donald Domonkos Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing Plc Please answer at least two of the following questions: 1. What was the main problem/conflict in the story? State the problem, how the main character dealt with it, and how you would have dealt with it differently. 2. Write a letter to one of the characters giving him or her advice about dealing with future problems. 3. Make up a different ending for the story. 4. How did you like the story? What experiences or memories did the story remind you of? Forced to spend his summer holidays with his muggles, Harry Potter gets a real shock because Dobby, the house-elf, warns Harry Potter not to return to Hogwarts as some terrible things are going to happen. However, Harry Pottery decides to ignore Dobby’s warning and complete his pre-arranged schedule. At Hogwarts, strange and terrible things are indeed happening. Therefore, Harry and his friends are forced to secretly uncover the truth about the chamber before the school closes down or any lives are lost. This is a wonderful novel. The story is very interesting to me because there are a lots of monsters (like Acromantula、Basilisk、Gnome、Phoenix、Ghoul) and there are funny games and sports. There was a lot of funny sentences in this story, like “Morning, Mum, said by George, in which his clearly thought and his voice was jaunty.