The remembrance or thought of something that happened in the past.
"I'm not scared at all! Bet Y'all 2 dollars a minute I could stay there all night!" said Turtle. "Don't doubt me!" "I can do it." *"You're on, but before let's continue this flashback okay?" said Theo.*
"They remember that the old man up there in that mansion is rotting away! Maggots going in his eyes. Then going out his EARS! said Theo. The last person to go up in that mansion ran out saying "Purple Waves?" The poor man never stops saying that. Maybe it was just the warm blood dripping down his hands that night?" says Theo.
Revealing of Flashback!
The kids say they remember that Mr. Westing died of a heart attack or just natural ways. He actually was murdered by someone living in the apartments!
Inference means that the text or story gives you clues to what the book is saying. Inferencing has a lot to do with the plot of your story/text.
My StoryBoard is about a flashback of Mr. Westing. The kids try to presume or be right about what really happened to him. Unfortunately, you will find out what really happened in the revealing.
This is the flashback of Mr. Westing. The kids think they remember that he died of natural cause? Is that true? (Revealing tells whether or not it's true) Also, Turtle made a bet for 2 dollars a minute she stays in the spooky mansion.
The Plot! (Chapters 1-6)
This is a revealing of what really happened to Mr. Westing. He didn't die of natural cause as the kids presume to remember. Mr. westing was murdered by someone in the 5-story high apartment building.
The Inference after Plot! Chpt 1-6!
This row of my StoryBoard is for Setting mostly. It is with inferencing on my setting for chapters 1-6. My Inference on that is or may be different than other's inference on chapters 1-6 for The Westing Game.
The setting described in the story to me was about moving into this 5-story apartment building in Sunset Towers! Then to later finding out about Mr. Westing being murdered and being introduced to "The Westing Game?"
My book from the book was about getting into these high-class rich-people apartments with a little twist- getting into this mysterious/strange "Westing Game?"
My inference from the setting I got from the book was Sunset Towers is a place for rich people, but you will be dragged into a mysterious twist into the story- "The Westing Game?" they call it.
My inference on this is that Sunset Towers is a place for rich people. You are going to be dragged into this strange, mysterious Westing Game?