“Husker Du, 4/20.” First Period.
interject, interrupt, interview, intermission, autograph, autobiography, geology, geometry, geography // grueling, engross, aplomb, diminish, disdain, dispel, perceive, adversary
- “between burst” _______
- “earth measuring” _______
- “self write” _______
- She speaks French and German with equal ______.
- One of the themes of The Outsiders is that what you ______ is not necessarily what the reality is.
- His feeling of accomplishment was ____(ed) when he found out that EVERYONE received an A on the test.
“Husker Du, 4/20.” Third Period.
acquit, indignant, subside, bluff, leery, conducive, wistful, implore, gorge
- “You’re hungry?” he said _____(ly), “I’m the one who hasn’t eaten all day!”
- fear : panic :: ask : _____
- How long can you keep a book checked out? a) 5 days b) one week c) two weeks d) three weeks e) NOTA
- What is the desk called where you check out your books? a) “Check Out” b) “The Check Out Counter” c) “Mrs. Schwoerer’s Desk” d) “Book Desk” e) “Circulation Desk”
- “Just don’t forget that some of us watch the sunset too.” Who is talking to whom?
- What does he/she mean?
“Husker Du, 4/20.” Fourth Period.
rueful, sage, conform, infer, denotation, fathom, bleak, savvy, nonchalant
- Some people might have called him weird, but he preferred to be called a (non-)_____(ist).
- Jimmy nodded his head ____(ly), and said, “It would have been wiser to have someone pick you up.” (Not savvy.)
- I was able to _____ the meaning of the word from the way it was used in the sentence.
- “I shouldn’t have done that,” he said with a ___ sigh.
- As used in The Outsiders, the word hood is short for _____.
- What was it about Ponyboy that drove his brother Darry crazy?
Husker Du, 4/20. Fifth Period.
disheveled, suave, prevalent, zeal, ideology, affectation, prestige, acute, deprive
- His accent was a(n) _________; he wasn’t really from France. a) affectation b) ideology c) suave d) non sequitur e) NOTA
- The con man _____(ly) convinced the old lady that he was in love with her in order to steal her money. a) prestige b) disheveled c) deprive d) affectation e) NOTA
- His ______ appearance was one sign that he had been up for days. a) zeal b) disheveled c) suave d) prestige e) NOTA
- During this period between Mardis Gras and Easter, you are supposed to _______ yourself of something you like. a) prevalent b) ideology c) suave d) deprive e) NOTA
- The pain in his gut was sudden and _______ as soon as he ate the poison blowfish. a) acute b) prevalent c) suave d) prestige e) NOTA
- During the 1936 Olympics the Nazis stepped up their persecution of the Jews. a) True b) False
- The Elders were very _____ about choosing the new receiver, but they made an error last time.
- When the little girl gets tired, she gets _____, and pouts about everything.
- The light in the room didn’t seem to come from any one source; it just sort of ______(ed) the walls, casting a soft glow.
- Except for Jonas, people in the Community who can’t or won’t ______ are released.
- After he missed the tying field goal, the kicker was ______.
- (2) When your sadness is _____(ed), your soul has found ___. (Awww.)
Da Givah. (5p)
- Now that Jonas is experiencing deep feelings like anger and sadness, what does he realize about his family?
- (3) List three adjectives the Giver uses to describe the previously selected receiver who failed.
- (quote) Find a quote on p136 that looks like foreshadowing.
The Giver: “Bye bye little guy!” (!?)