Holes Storyboard

Holes Storyboard
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Mrs. Bowen asked us to make a Holes-themed Storyboard That that shows the theme of Holes for an ELA project. This is mine.

Storyboard Text

  • Not every Stanley Yelnats has been a failure. The first Stanley Yelnats made a fortune in the stock market.
  • Chapter 3 (Page 9) (Book, not computer)
  • Someone's forgetting about the bad luck that was on him. Um, remember how he was robbed?
  • Chapter 3 (Page 9) (Book, not computer)
  • Chapter 6 (Page 22) (Book, not computer)
  • Hmm. That's kind of funny. Nobody believed me when I said I was innocent. And now, nobody's believing me now that I'm saying I'm not.
  • This supports the theme of fate because it explains that Stanley's family thought that it was his no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealing-great-great-grandfather who made all of this happen to them. They used to think this, but now they don't.
  • Chapter 41 (Page 184) (Book, not computer)
  • This supports the theme of fate because it explains that Stanley's family thought that it was his no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealing-great-great-grandfather who made all of this happen to them. They used to think this, but now they don't. (This supports the theme 
  • Chapter 50 (Page 229) (Book, not computer)
  • This supports the theme of fate because Stanley probably thinks that this is another thing that happened because of his no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealing-great-great-grandfather. No one believes Stanley, whatever he says. But, as he doesn't know yet, it's actually because of fate.
  • Chapter 50 (Page 230) (Book, not computer)
  • This supports the theme of fate because Zero tells Stanley this, and Stanley realizes that this situation isn't because of anything Stanley's great-great-grandfather ever did. It's because of fate.
  • I should have just kept them. I'd already made it out of the shelter and everything. I ended up getting arrested the next day when I tried to walk out of a shoe store with a new pair of sneakers. If I had just kept those old smelly sneakers, then neither of us would be here right now.
  • See, there is no curse in the Yelnats family. The only thing that determines what happens to us is fate. And honestly, I doubt that this man even stole a pig.
  • This supports the theme of fate because this is when everyone in the Yelnats family realizes that there is no curse in their family.
  • This supports the theme of fate because it's 100% fate that Stanley has a friend as good as Zero, that Stanley knows Clyde Livingston and everything else that happened in the book.
  • Hi, I'm Clyde Livingston, but everyone around here calls me "Sweet Feet".
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