In this section I want my students to learn about the issue from both perspectives so that they can form an opinion. Of course most at this point feel that we should allow gum chewing because it is a sweet fun treat that they are hoping to get to enjoy. The place I( want them to get to is truly evaluating the data so I really need to emphasize that our principal will be reading and counting on us to share legitimate facts about the issue. I had her pop her head in to share that she will be looking forward to reading their responses soon - hope yours is equally as great!)
foreshadowing · Charlie’s selflessness foreshadows his future fortune. If anyone should have reason to complain, it is Charlie. He is hungry, malnourished, and cold. And every day he walks by the opulence of the chocolate factory. Yet he never utters a single complaint. His soldierly attitude foreshadows his fortune, especially in light of the misfortune to befall the other children based on their characters. · In their individual interviews with reporters on finding their golden tickets, each child foreshadows his or her own downfall from a vice: Augustus’s sloth, Veruca’s greed, Violet’s gum chewing, Mike’s obsession with TV. Charlie’s humility and generosity foreshadow his success. Mr. Wonka foreshadows the destiny of each child when he explains that he cannot abide ugliness in his chocolate factory. The ugliness of each child, except Charlie, has been well established. Therefore Mr. Wonka will not be able to abide the other children. As a result, those children will have to be removed from the factory.