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How To Train Your Dragon Chapter 10

WALT know how to plan for a dilemma in a story.

 

WILF:

Understand what is meant by the term dilemma.

Understand how an author writes a dilemma for a character.

Know how to plan dilemmas for my story.

 

During this lesson we have been thinking about what a dilemma is and how authors often write fiction books with dilemmas all the way through them. We have thought about the different dilemma's Hiccup faces throughout the book and together have discussed the dilemma, the issues, the resolution, the consequences and the moral of one of the dilemmas Hiccup faces.

 

Your job now is to brainstorm some ideas for what dilemmas Hiccup might face next in this story using the template below. You need to consider what problems could he face and what choices might he have to make.

Hiccup's Future Dilemmas Independent Task

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  • Earhart: 599
  • Attenborough: 788
  • Lovelace: 524
  • Pankhurst: 341
  • Parks: 547
  • Owens: 50
  • Goodall: 616
  • Gandhi: 600
  • Frank: 987
  • Hawking: 585
  • Ali: 701
  • Thunberg: 532
  • Luther-King: 694
  • Kahlo: 593
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