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FORESHADOWING

Foreshadowing Definitions

 
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Foreshadowing -- found at Cyber English

 

Foreshadowing Lessons and Activities

 
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Foreshadowing Chart -- includes sections for event, clue it would happen, and page number of the clue

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Foreshadowing: A Mini-Lesson -- found at Learner.org

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Prediction Cards -- found at Scholastic.com

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Reading Clinic: Using Predictions to Help Kids Think Deeply About Books -- found at Scholastic.com

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Prediction Chart -- from Read*Write*Think

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Prediction Chart -- from Reading Quest

 

Picture Books That Are Great for Teaching Foreshadowing

 
bulletThe Incredible Painting of Felix Classeau
bulletby John Agee
bulletThe Hat
bulletby Jan Brett
bulletHow Many Days to America
bulletby Eve Bunting
bulletAn Early American Christmas
bulletby Tomie dePaola
bulletRosie's Walk
bulletby Pat Hutchins
bulletAmber on the Mountain
bulletby Tony Johnston
bulletShortcut
bulletby David Macaulay
bulletJust Plain Fancy
bulletby Patricia Polacco
bulletGrandfather's Journey
bulletby Allen Say
bulletWhere the Wild Things Are
bulletby Maurice Sendak
bulletThe Stranger
bulletby Chris Van Allsburg
bulletEncounter
bulletby Jane Yolen
bulletEncuentero/Encounter
bulletby Jane Yolen
bulletOwl Moon
bulletby Jane Yolen

 

 

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