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Skink No Surrender // Chps. 7-12 // Group 3 // REVISED
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Analyze what literary device is in this excerpt of the text: "This could be done more safely by an experienced law-enforcement officer."
This is foreshadowing because it's saying what could happen later in the book.
Analyze why Richard's height was an issue?
It was an issue because he was 5'1 ½' and everyone else was taller.
Analyze what the word "agility" means.
Agility is the ability to be quick and graceful.
Analyze what literary device "...dark river, rising..." is.
It is a consonance because of the repetition of the letter 'r.'
Determine what literary device this is: "Richard have you lost your mind?"
It is a rhetorical question.
Analyze why Skink was so upset because of somebody throwing a can on the street.
He didn't like people who littered; he called the person he caught littering a 'litterbug.'
Skink says,"Best thing you could do, bro, is beam yourself home ASAP." Determine what literary device is included in the section of text. BONUS: What other literary device can you find?
It is a cliche because it is a commonly used phrase. The other literary device used is idiom because of the use of the words "bro" and "ASAP."
Analyze the way Malley disguised her words for Richard to be able to decipher her location.
She kept talking to him as if he were her mom. Instead of saying if she was north or south of the bridge, she said clams. She also disguised her words by saying 'otters,' which represented 'miles.'
Analyze why Skink dived into the river and what was significant about what he found underwater.
He dove in the water because he saw a sunken car; it was the same kind as the one the fake Talbo was driving when he was seen with Malley.
Analyze the reason why Richard stole the skateboard and the significance it held for him.
He stole it because it was the same kind of board as the one his father died on.
Analyze why Richard thought Skink was dead.
He genuinely thought he was dead because he hadn't appeared since the night before.
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