Presentation on theme: "Please ensure you have read up to chapter 20 by next week."— Presentation transcript:
Please ensure you have read up to chapter 20 by next week
The Lovely Bones Objective: to explore the character of Lindsey Salmon
Here are some Lindsey Salmon facts and quotes. Using this information, add to the ‘Lindsey’ mindmap in your handbooks. What is your impression of her as a character? What is her role within the text? 13 when Susie dies. Considered a genius A runner and only girl on the soccer team Her story begins in winter (in chaos) and ends in spring (in reunion, marriage, and a cute baby) ‘I'd say it would be pretty hard to play soccer on the soccer field when it's approximately twenty feet from where my sister was supposedly murdered.’ (to the principal) ‘Could you teach me about makeup?’ (to Grandma Lynn) ‘I’ll always be here, no matter what’ (to the Buckley) ‘I did it. I broke into his house’. She was shaking slightly and trying not to cry.
Sentence Types and Functions 1.Read through the PowerPoint titled ‘sentence types and functions’ (found under ‘resource links’ at www.studentsurfer.com) Make brief notes as you go through. 2.Now re-read pages 60/61 of The Lovely Bones and find: One example of an imperative sentence and explain the effect One example of an interrogative sentence and explain the effect One example simple sentence One example of a compound sentence One example of a complex sentence Aiming for an A? continue the conversation between Jack and Lindsey, using minor, simple, compound and complex sentences.
Pages 66-71 How is Lindsey’s adolescence presented to us in this section? In pairs, jot down some ideas.