Explain how Amanda’s dialogue shows how she feels about being at the museum by using dialogue and details to show how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges.
Book: Pinky and Rex by James Howe — Ch. 3
How does Amanda's dialogue show how she feels about being at the museum?
What does it mean to "save the best for last"? Why did Pinky and Rex want to save the best for last?
On pp. 20 and 21, how is Amanda feeling? How do you know? (Make sure to analyze the detail "She just scrunched up her face and crossed her arms" and also the picture.)
How does Amanda's dialogue show how she feels about being at the museum? (Take note of all of the different dialogue, the things she is saying, and what it shows about how Amanda is feeling.)
Why does Pinky's father take Amanda somewhere else?