“Old Glory” Quiz. Collaborative. Characters: Donald, Gran-Da, Dad, Mom, SOS men.
- On the surface, who are we initially supposed to think is the protagonist (hero) of the story?
- If we dig deeper, who is REALLY the protagonist?
- Conflict #1: ____ v _____
- Conflict #2: ____ v _____
- What right did the SOS law take away?
- Why did Gran-Da try to burn the flag?
- Why did Donald turn him in?
- What/Who does Uncle represent?
- Explain the last line: “What kind of world would that be?”
- (BONUS) What do you think the main message of the story is?
- _____ Cartoon of student napping in his desk .
- _____ A telephone pole with literally hundreds of cables connected to it. They look very tangled.
- _____ That guy cutting his lawn one blade at a time again.
- Some thought that the new law would _____ upon their right to protest, and they protested that.
- I tried to be as ____ as possible as I passed the note in class, but Mr. Coward still caught me.
- Solar power is more ______ to the environment than coal or oil.
- It had been raining so much that we ____(ly) planned the picnic for Saturday, but we also made other plans just in case.
- The _____ lawyer took advantage of the old man.
- “Wealth is ______, but poverty hides.”
- After he lost the battle, the king had to ____ the throne to the winner.
- Which vocab word can sometimes be used like the SAW dramatic?
- * The word cool still means good, even in ____ slang. (frivolous, exploit, contemporary, abandon, dramatic)
The Giver. Pick some 1-1-1’s to read! Yep, NIGHTLY!
“The Giver, chapter 1.” (5)
- What mistake in language did Asher make? (Use the words.)
- (quote) How does Jonas feel about his upcoming ceremony of 12?
- (2) What are the only two times being released is not a punishment?
- Why does everyone know that Lily’s comment about keeping Gabriel has to be a joke?
Continue aloud. Do your 1-1-1 for chapter 2 now.
If we finish chapter 2… No reading tonight! Get your interview stuff together for tomorrow!