A bridge to wismans cove questions

 

 Learning Intention:

–          To build knowledge of key ideas/concepts the author explores in the text

–          To understand how ideas can be explored without being explicitly stated and use ideas that have been identified

Success Criteria:

–          I can identify ideas that the author is exploring in the novel;

–          I can locate evidence from the start and end of the novel to show the idea being explored

–          I can explain how the quote shows the idea being explored.

 

Sometimes ideas in a text are inferred, i.e. an author hints at something but doesn’t spell it out for the reader. Find evidence from the text (1 quote) and write it in the table below. Highlight the key words in the quote that demonstrate the idea.

For example

PRELUDE

The young woman is trying to sneak onto the bus and travel for free.

She mounted the steps, careful to keep the tell-tale knapsack concealed as best she could and continued down the bus…until she found an empty one…She slipped into the seat, then leaned forward…p2
1.  Kerry Matt finds it difficult to cope with the responsibility of motherhood.  
2.  Sarah feels resentful towards her mother’s inability to cope.  
3.   The author shows us that Carl is a boy who is very intuitive. He is tuned into the people around him.  
4.    The author indicates to us that Carl has low self-esteem because of his body image.  
5.  The Matt family does not have a good reputation in Wattle Beach.  
6.    Aunt Beryl is not a very good role model.  
7.      Harley needs parental guidance and support.  
8.      Carl feels isolated and alone.  
9.  Maddie is a popular, pretty yet insecure girl.  
10.  Justine is body conscious but she is a confident girl.  
11.  James Maloney suggests that Carl Matt is petrified of Aunt Beryl finding out that they will be staying with her indefinitely.  
12.  James Moloney highlights Aunt Beryl’s fury.  
13.  The two barges are in competition with each other.  
14.  Joy cares for and wants to nurture the osprey.  
15.  Skip Duncan is a man who is angry and in constant pain.  
16.  Joy Duncan has a more positive view on  life than Skip Duncan.  
17.  James Moloney, shows us that our identity helps others define who we are.  
18.  Family relationships are an important part of our lives.  
19.  Carl is feeling positive and optimistic about his new job on the barge.  
20.  Carl is loyal and determined not to be like all the Matts.  
21.  Carl is in a lot of pain but can’t express his despair.  
22.  Carl has to face his fears if he is to move forward in his life.  
23.  Carl feels like he belongs.  
24.  Kerry loved her children.  

 

 

 

 

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