The Landlady. By Roald Dahl. Suspense is the quality in a work of literature that makes the reader uncertain or tense about what is going to happen next. Before Reading: Understand suspense and foreshadowing .
By Roald Dahl
Suspense is the quality in a work of literature that makes the reader uncertain or tense about what is going to happen nextBefore Reading:Understand suspense and foreshadowing
Foreshadowing is when the reader knows something is about to happen because of clues that the author has given.
Create this chart in your LNb. With a partner, use the sentence on the next slide to determine a synonym for each vocabulary word.Before reading:Understand Vocabulary
Create the following chart in your LNb. As you read record examples of things that could be foreshadowing. Then write your prediction for what the event foreshadows. (At least 5)During Reading:Examples of Foreshadowing
Fill out the sheet during or after viewing the film version of “The Landlady.” Share with your partner and be prepared to share with the class.After Reading:Comparing Text to Film