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Hook

  1. 1. Make a list of everything you know about thischaracter. Shh! Keep your list top secret.
  2. 2. HooksAre we talking about fishing hooks?
  3. 3. We are talking about hooks you can useto make the beginning of your story oressay amazing!
  4. 4. Are you ready to learn about hooks?• QUESTION• ONOMATOPOEIA• INTERJECTION• INTERESTING FACT
  5. 5. QuestionWhen writing a question, try to create apicture in the reader’s mind. Use thewords who, what, when, where, why, is,how, or are at the beginning of thesentence.
  6. 6. QuestionWhere in the Pacific Ocean can you finda delicious Krabby Patty to eat, live in apineapple, and drive in an underwaterboat? Bikini Bottom, of course!
  7. 7. QuestionWho looks like a kitchen sponge but livesin the sea? You guessed it. SpongeBobSquarePants!
  8. 8. OnomatopoeiaOnomatopoeia is a word thatmakes sounds. Those canbe animal sounds, carsounds, or any other sound.Examples include: Bang!Woof! or Cock-a-doodle-doo!
  9. 9. EIA PO TO MAONO "Meooowww!" said Gary, SpongeBobs pet snail.
  10. 10. EIA PO TO MAONO Boom! Pow! Kazam! Whoosh! I could watch SpongeBob blow bubbles all day.
  11. 11. InterjectionInterjections express emotions.Examples are Aha!, Stop!, Ugh!,Help!, Well!, YOW!, Brrrr!,Yummy!
  12. 12. ION CT JE ERINT "Noooo!" Dont touch the TV, I am watching my favorite show, Spongebob Square pants.
  13. 13. ION E CT E RJINT Help! Mr. Crabby there’s an urchin in the kitchen.
  14. 14. Interesting Fact Interesting facts tell something fascinating about your topic.
  15. 15. ac t gF re stinInte Over 1 million adults and children worldwide tune in to watch the TV show, Spongebob Squarepants on a weekly basis.
  16. 16. F ac t ting r esInt e SpongeBob was created by Steve Hillenburg, a former marine biologist and science teacher who went to art school to study cartooning. Like SpongeBob, Hillenburg once worked as a fry cook at a seafood restaurant.
  17. 17. What have you learned about Hooks?
  18. 18. Don’t forget your hook thenext time your teacher givesyou a writing assignment!

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