He can't stand the thought of placing his children in a cooler.
He might die soon.
It's too cold in the cooler.
The coiled cord is shrinking.
He loops his belt through the cooler handle.
He will let it float to the top.
Hold the handle of the cooler in one hand while he swims with the other.
He ties the cooler to his feet with his belt.
Metaphor / Comparing cooler & treasure chest
Metaphor / Comparing world & belt
Simile / Comparing cooler & treasure chest
Simile / Comparing world & belt
1. want & 2. badly
1. badly & 2. want
1. make & 2. want
2. open & make
1. Feel & 2. Remarkably
1. Pass & 2. Remarkably
1. Fine & 2. Remarkably
1. Fine & 2. Feel
The 9-1-1 operator couldn't hear him but could hear his daughter
He couldn't cry.
His lungs didn't burn as he swam to the surface
Jen didn't see him even though he tapped her on the shoulder
The man's father
The man's own mind
He the cooler moves through ice because he is a ghost.
He uses the cooler the break the ice.
The divers had put a hole in the ice.
He finds a weak spot in the ice.
Rachel says, "Daddy?"
The divers get a thumbs-up
The cooler opens and Rachel crawls out with Ryan
He hears them crying inside the cooler
Man - his father
Man - Jen's father
Rachel - Ryan
Man - Jen
1. He walked on water
2. He tapped Jen's shoulder but she didn't look
Only answer 1.