Created by Emmanuelle Pratt
For this predicting activity, We have created a word cloud using Wordle. The word cloud was generated by entering the book’s blurb into Wordle. If you are familiar with Wordle, you will know that the more often a word occurs, the larger the word in the word cloud.
To participate in this activity, view the word cloud with your class, and discuss your predictions.
Clicking on the word cloud will take you directly to the Padlet that was set up for us to share our predictions. Please note that the Padlet is going to be moderated, (this means your post may not be published instantly, but we will check and publish at regular intervals every day).
Brainstorm together on a chart after listening to the summary of the book. Take a photo of your chart and share.
by Cureton Crew
Just because it isn’t happening here
doesn’t mean it isn’t happening.
This phrase is found at the start of the story. What does the phrase mean? Why did the author place this at the start of the book?
by Cureton Crew
Although the author does not give reveal the name of the place in which the story is set, she does allow us to visualise some of the places in which the story takes place.
TASK- Create a senses chart to describe the setting in which Pax was left alone by Peter.
ICT- Use Popplet to create the chart.
One thought on “Pax – Week 1”
The entire time that I was reading the book, I wondered where and when it was taking place. I searched once I finished and read an interview by the author in which she stated that she strategically did not reveal the specific setting deliberately. She did not want any readers to be able to think that the war in the book could never happen where they live or justify it as a result of the setting. I think this is why she placed the quote that you listed at the beginning of the book. I love your activities! Thanks!