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Table of Contents. Mark Twain………………………1 Slang…………………………….2 Group Activities…………………3 Characters………………………4 Vocabulary……………………..5-7 Chapter Questions…………….8-? Text code Post-its……………...?. Tom Sawyer. Chapter 1 What is it about the new boy that bugs Tom so much?

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Table of contents

Table of Contents

  • Mark Twain………………………1

  • Slang…………………………….2

  • Group Activities…………………3

  • Characters………………………4

  • Vocabulary……………………..5-7

  • Chapter Questions…………….8-?

  • Text code Post-its……………...?


Tom sawyer

Tom Sawyer

Chapter 1

What is it about the new boy that bugs Tom so much?

Describe Aunt Polly using 3 quotes from the book. (Both behavior & looks…+page #)


Chapter 2

Chapter 2

  • Name 3 things that Tom got the kids to give him.

  • According to MT, what is the difference between work and play?

    Chapter 3

  • Why did Aunt Polly NOT apologize to Tom?


Chapter 4

Chapter 4

  • What does the last line of the chapter mean?


Chapter 5 8

Chapter 5-8

  • What happened? Why do you think MT put this chapter in?

  • Describe Huck.

  • Draw a picture of the game Tom and Joe play.

  • What mistake does Tom make with Becky?

  • After the fight with Becky, Tom first dreams of _______________. Then he thinks he might be a ____________, a_______________, or a _________________.

  • He finally becomes a ____________ because…

  • Why won’t Tom “fall” when he and Joe are “sword-fighting”?


Vocab i define and answer

Vocab IDefine and answer:

1. Give an example of something odious.

2. Give an example of something you might be diligent about.

3. Give an example of an audacious act.

4. Give an example of someone being guileful.

5. Give an example of something you might be ecstatic about.

6. What do all of these vocabulary words have in commom?


Tom sawyer vocab ii

Tom Sawyer Vocab. II

  • bona fide, delirious, prolific, diligent, audacious, subtle, incognito, deduce, diffident

  • She was rather __________ at the party, too shy to talk to anyone.

  • When Pony and Johnny cut their hair, they were trying to go _____________.

  • The author Ray Bradbury is a very __________ writer, writing at least a thousand words per day.

  • He tried to be very __________ as he cheated, so that the teacher wouldn't see.

  • Pony and Johnny are __________  heroes; they're the real deal.

  • The detective ___________(ed) the criminal's identity from the clues he left behind.

  • If you are __________ about your homework, you will do well.

  • Pony was ____________ and disoriented after the rumble. He ____________(ly) cussed in front of Mr. Anderson.


Tom sawyer definitions ch 1

Tom Sawyer Definitions Ch. 1

  • bona fide: without deception or fraud; authentic

  • delirious: wild with excitement, enthusiasm, etc.:

  • prolific: producing in large quantities or with great frequency

  • diligent: attentiveandpersistentindoinganything

  • audacious: attentiveandpersistentindoinganything

  • subtle: fine or delicate in meaning or intent

  • incognito: having one's identity concealed

  • deduce: to derive as a conclusion from something known or assumed

  • diffident : restrained or reserved in manner, conduct, etc.


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