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  1. Home Learning Annotate (make notes) on the extract. Use your notes to write a PEE paragraph about how Swindells creates a sense of foreboding

  2. Midnight Breathing Hiss Creaked Thirteen Whimpering Vicious Crying Mumbling Flicked Something Gloom Slowly Recoiled Lull Crept Silence Dark Write a short poem using some or all of these words

  3. How would you describe your poem? What effect do you think these words have?

  4. A novel can be... ...scary ...tense Use the thesauruses to find synonyms/alternatives for these words

  5. What is the tone in this chapter? Use your word cloud to note significant words or images

  6. Fliss wakes up and thinks it is all a dream • Fliss hears a crying noise • Fliss hesitates before heading out into the hallway • Fliss retreats to her room and lies back down, shaking with fear. • Fliss is tired but can’t sleep. • The number 13 appears on the door Sort these statements into the correct order for the chapter.

  7. PEE paragraph • What impression do you get of the characters/atmosphere/language? • What gives you this impression? (Quotation) • Explain the effect of the quotation on you as a reader. This suggests... The hallway is a scary place. Swindells uses the word ’dark’ and says it is covered in ‘midnight gloom’. This suggests that the atmosphere is eerie.