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  1. Tuck EverlastingWeek 2Foreshadowing

  2. Week 2 DO NOW: Monday: Predict what the man in the yellow suit is up to. Tuesday: Why do you think Winnie becomes comfortable around the Tucks?  Do you think she'll ever return to her family? Wednesday: If you were advertising the spring water, what would your ad say? Thursday: Describe what it would like be like to move around often?  What are some of the advantages and disadvantages?

  3. Objectives: • To support your answers with details from the story when answering questions • To describe foreshadowing and relate it to the story

  4. Foreshadowing • when an author mentions or hints at something that will happen later in the story.

  5. Hint • Break the Word Apart • FORE means ahead. • A SHADOW is a glimpse of something without the complete details. • Therefore, FORESHADOW means getting a glimpse of something before it happens.

  6. An example using Little Red Riding Hood Once upon a time, there was a little girl who lived with her mother. Her mother asked her to take her old and lonely grandmother some food one day."Don't stop along the way. Go straight to your Grandma's house and back. Don't talk to any strangers and watch out for the wolf in the woods! Now get along!"

  7. An example using Little Red Riding Hood • Once upon a time, there was a little girl who lived with her mother. Her mother asked her to take her old and lonely grandmother some food one day."Don't stop along the way. Go straight to your Grandma's house and back. Don't talk to any strangers and watch out for the wolf in the woods!Now get along!" The underlined words provide an example of foreshadowing. Little Red Riding Hood’s mother is warning her about the wolf in the woods, which hints at what may happen next.

  8. Examples from the story: Example one:

  9. Example 2: Refer to Prologue