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Learning Chunk 1

 

Think of some words to describe feeling unsettled. Someone is watching Hogarth. How might he be feeling?

Strange, unusual, disturbing, unsettling,

 

When he feels this, what feeling follows as a result of being watched?

Afraid, terrified, scared, uncertain, like prey.

 

Hogarth is unsettled. Show the reader how he is feeling.

 

Here is my example: Suddenly, he felt a strange feeling. He felt he was being watched. He felt afraid.

 

Learning Chunk 2

 

Think of ways to describe something extremely big by comparing it to something else. You can use the pictures from before of large landmarks. - As tall as a house, higher than a skyscraper, larger than a lorry,

 

Use a similie to describe the Iron Man. Here is my example: Hogarth looked around anxiously. Then, as he watched, a huge dark figure climbed over the clifftop. As Hogarth stared mesmerised, he realised that the Iron Man, who towered over him, was as tall as a skyscraper.

 

Learning Chunk 3

 

Think of all the questions Hogarth may have at this point - 

What was he doing?

Why had he come back?

Where had he been?

What did he want?

 

What questions might Hogarth be thinking? Write your own and then finish with the provided sentence: Filled with fear, Hogarth raced home and told his parents all about what he’d seen.

 

Here is my example: 

What was he doing? Where had he been? Why had he come back? Filled with fear, Hogarth raced home and told his parents all about what he’d seen

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