Coraline example

Coraline example
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  • Whoosh
  • Coraline, trying to feel brave, sat on the front step wondering what to do next. She had a feeling that she was being watched.
  • Now what?
  • Whoosh
  • Coraline, trying to feel brave, sat on the front step wondering what to do next. She had a feeling that she was being watched.
  • Now what?
  • Features: cobweb, spider, rat, shadow, grey clouds/sky, cracks. Links to earlier in Coraline: colours of her clothes, rat as spy for other mother, mist/fog/world being controlled by the other mother.
  • Vocabulary that tells us something directly (explicit). Vocabulary that tells us something indirectly (implicit). An embedded clause. An independent clause. A dependent clause.
  • Dialogue in speech/thought bubbles. Caption box. Onomatopoeia.
  • Conventions: setting - creepy, old house; hero fights evil from another world; doppelganger (other mother).
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