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  1. Practice Foreshadowing & Predicting Outcomes 1. Jeremy’s mother had written “Jeremy has football practice on Mondays and Fridays” across the calendar. Jeremy didn’t want to tell her that he had been kicked off the team, but he had to find a way to let her know. He reached for the eraser. What prediction can you make? a.

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  2. This collection of 15 worksheets is designed to introduce students to the concept of foreshadowing, helping them appreciate its importance in literature, identify its usage, and apply it effectively in their own writing and critical analysis.

  3. Sep 15, 2014 · Flashback and Foreshadowing Practice Exercises. Practice 1: The Grasshopper and the Ant An Aesop's Fable Retold. Read the selection, and then answer the questions that follow. One fine summer day, Grasshopper was hopping about in the field. As he chirped and danced, he spied Ant carrying a big kernel of corn to his nest.

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  4. Here's the world's greatest foreshadowing worksheet. Students read the short, simple narrative paragraphs. They circle or underline examples of foreshadowing. Then they predict what will happen.

  5. Comprehension of literature is enriched when readers understand foreshadowing and flashback. Here are printable lesson plans for teaching with mentor texts, plus worksheets, graphic organizers, and writing activities to build awareness of these literary elements.

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  8. Foreshadowing Worksheet. Foreshadowing is when the author gives clues as to what will happen next. Directions: Read the short paragraphs. Underline or circle the examples of foreshadowing. Then predict what will happen next. 1. Tom woke up happy.

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