The duel: The Final Challenge

By Simon Cooke

WALT: link implicit and explicit ideas together to understand text

Grandpa Sid is distracted. Why is he distracted?

Because he is worried challenging Von Spanner

Did you have to really think and understand why grandpa Sid is distracted? Or was there information in the text that told you so?

It says he  was distracted and couldn't think straight

Then, was ‘grandpa sid is distracted’ an implicit or explicit information?



Grandpa Sid does not finishes his sentence, ‘If the door isn’t opened in five seconds…’

What happened next? What helped you come up with your answer? (the pictures? Prediction? assumption?) Is this implicit or explicit?

I think a bad thing would happen  if the door isn’t opened in five seconds and because the the machine looked like a monster and destroy the house

‘Grandpa Sid nods. You’d think he’d be angry, wouldn’t you? But instead, he’s like a man who he’s lost a friend and can’t figure out why.’

Why is grandpa Sid feeling that way?

Because Dr Von Spanner  he was a friend but then he inteved bad things

What happened when Grandpa Sid and Emma when they pressed the red button?

Nothing it was a threat

Do you think this information was explicit or implicit? why?

 Implicit  he did not click the butten

How did Grandpa Sid and Emma counter Spanners invention?

How does it make sense? (yes it does by the way, think about it)

Yes with good thing or stuff to confuse him

What would your invention be to counter Baron Von Spanners red button invention?

A machine to take the light out of the ground and put it in a landfill and then blow it up.

I think Grandpa Sid may have ignored one of the three rules he told Emma about when he countered Spanners red button. Which rule do you think he did not consider? Why?

What could happen because he ran away