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FORESHADOWING. What do you know about foreshadowing? Write it down! -I have never heard of it. -I have heard of it but don ’ t know what it means. -I think it means…. Types of Foreshadowing. Remember CAPE! C oncrete Foreshadowing A bstract Foreshadowing P rominent Foreshadowing

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What do you know about foreshadowing? Write it down!

-I have never heard of it.

-I have heard of it but don’t know what it means.

-I think it means…

Types of foreshadowing
Types of Foreshadowing

Remember CAPE!

  • Concrete Foreshadowing

  • Abstract Foreshadowing

  • Prominent Foreshadowing

  • Evocative Foreshadowing

C oncrete foreshadowing
Concrete Foreshadowing!


  • These clues are not obvious until you look back!

  • Can you think of an

    example in a movie

    you have seen?

A bstract foreshadowing
Abstract Foreshadowing


    • Thoughts/feelings a character has or the way a character acts

    • A certain kind of music playing that hints at an upcoming event!

  • LISTEN! When you hear this kind of music in a movie, what might happen next?

P rominent foreshadowing
Prominent Foreshadowing!

  • The story starts out at the end and then goes back to the beginning, so you already know what is going to happen.

  • Has anyone read Twilight?

    How is the beginning an example of prominent foreshadowing?

Evocative foreshadowing
Evocative Foreshadowing

  • This kind of foreshadowing leads the reader on:

  • “Little did I know…”

  • “It all would not have happened if…”

    • Can you think of another way an author might phrase this?

Give us just a taste
Give us just a taste!

  • PAIR/SHARE: Why do authors/writers use foreshadowing in their movies/stories?