Emulation Notebook- Kirkland Posted by Charnay Kirkland in English 2 · Pahomov/Rhymer · D Band on Thursday, October 25, 2018 at 9:36 am Comments (8) Hector Sanchez-Ortiz Your emulation really captured the writing style of the author. The elements were clear and they all appeared in the creative scene. I like the format of the handbook. Lucas Capitolo There was obviously a lot of effort put into your design and it's one of the best looking posts in the class! Saniyyah Ray Your structure of the design was set up really nicely and your emulation was well written. You used many descriptive words to make the reader visualize what you were talking about. Gabriella Torres Your emulation had pursued all the elements you had inquired throughout the reading of your book. Each element had a clear portion in your scene that allowed the readers to see the writing style of you author. The first one was what the chapter layout was, which was in the style of a letter. The second element was giving the images of what the main character was going through in a detailed the last one was about the plot where you incorporated the way of the guys life in the army a what he was going through. Fionn Hyland Your creative scene was really good. You did a good job of including all of your elements. The way you used descriptive words in your scene was good. I also like the chapter structure and how you made you creative scene as a letter. Maysa Wright I like the design of your handbook the colors were nice. You also did a great job on your emulation you incorporated you elements well. Yasir Thomas I like the use of different colors and quotes that you had that weren't in the book. I also like how you had the emulation scene in the form of a letter and that was very creative. Eliana-Eliyas Alfaro-Allah Not only is your emulation scene reminiscent of the book, the formatting of your handbook is as well! I love what you did for the title page. Nicely done! Log in to post a comment.