Katy of sky road – Chapter 26-37. P169. 1. “I did a terrible thing….” I begin and explain about the pillows in my b ed and the burglar bars, and as I tell him I begin to feel my world crashing around me. I can’t believe that I could be so devious. (Ch. 27, p 112).
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1. “I did a terrible thing….” I begin and explain about the pillows in my b ed and the burglar bars, and as I tell him I begin to feel my world crashing around me. I can’t believe that I could be so devious. (Ch. 27, p 112)
a. Using direct speech and starting with the words, “I did a terrible thing…” write down what Katy told Ricardo and Rasta she had done to get out of the house.
Not straightforward, not honest.
She says she will die if she does not see Ricardo. That is exaggeration. She will not really die.
The night Ricardo dropped Katy off at her house it was raining. He insisted that she take his jacket.
Ricardo is the one who comes to pick her up when she escapes from Wesley.
She does not like the guy sitting at the back because he puts his arm around her shoulders all the time.
No. She should have trusted her instinct and left.
Wesley holds her hand and calls her his girlfriend.
They look for someone called Lange.
Wesley takes her to the old factory.
6). A sub-plot is another strand of the story, usually of minor characters.Explain how the story of Zeke’s addiction to tik and Auntie Rose’s attempt to find Hector a partner form sub-plots in this novel.
You follow Zeke’s addiction from the beginning to the end.
You follow Auntie Rose’s attempts with interest.
Wesley always met Zeke somewhere private.
Wesley always had money.
8). A lot happens in the last third of the novel. Draw a timeline and mark off the five key (most important) moments in this section. (32-36)
The ending to the novel sounds real.
It is realistic.
It is possible for Ricardo to go overseas and it is possible for Katy to decide to finish school. It is possible for Hector to like Brenda.