Red Kayak. Chapter 1. 1. Palindrome: (define) Example(s):. 2. After reading the chapter, what do you know about the narrator?. 3. Simile: (define). 4. Write down at lease one simile example from chapter 1.
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1. Palindrome: (define)
2. After reading the chapter, what do you know about the narrator?
3. Simile: (define)
4. Write down at lease one simile example from chapter 1.
5. Something has happened to Brady in the past, what do you think it might be?
What is this an example of?
Never odd or even.
Callous (p. 12):
2. Describe (Personality and relationship with one another. Really think about it! )
3. What is the setting of the story? (Time & Place)
1. encroaching (p.22):
Find an example of……
2. metaphor (a comparison of 2 things not using like or as):
3. simile (a comparison of 2 things using like or as):
What are these examples of?
2. Almost exactly
3. Now then
1. How does Brady feel about all the attention? Explain.
2. How would you feel if you were in Brady’s shoes? Explain.
3. Why is Brady upset at the end of the chapter? Do you agree with his statement? Why/Why not?
1. Why are Brady’s friends behaving so strangely?
2. Why do you think Brady is taken out of school ?
1. Why can’t Brady talk with his dad about how he’s feeling? (See pg. 55 and 60.)
2. Why does Brady dump the crabs back into the water at the end of the chapter?
1. Why do you think JT lied to Brady?
2. Why is Digger not speaking to Brady?
3. What do you think Brady should do about how he’s feeling?
A figure of speech that combines two contradictory terms.