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Unit 3- Story 7. Passage to Freedom. Vocabulary. clung. Deeply moving, intense, overwhelming Roll of hair worn at the back of the head, a hair-twist, a hair-bun A disloyalty to something To hold tightly, as by grasping or embracing. D) To hold tightly, as by grasping or embracing.

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unit 3 story 7

Unit 3- Story 7

Passage to Freedom

Passage to Freedom

clung
Passage to Freedomclung
  • Deeply moving, intense, overwhelming
  • Roll of hair worn at the back of the head, a hair-twist, a hair-bun
  • A disloyalty to something
  • To hold tightly, as by grasping or embracing
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D) To hold tightly, as by grasping or embracing

superior
Passage to Freedomsuperior
  • People who are higher in status, rank, or office
  • One of the five Great Lakes
  • People who are lower in status, rank, or office
  • People who work for the city
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A) People who are higher in status, rank, or office

insist
Passage to Freedominsist
  • To go with the flow
  • To answer with affirmation
  • To challenge authority
  • To declare firmly and strongly; to be adamant and persistent
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D) To declare firmly and strongly; to be adamant and persistent

appreciation
Passage to Freedomappreciation
  • The act of recognizing value or quality; gratitude
  • The act of ignoring the facts
  • The act of understanding the facts
  • The act of welcoming in strangers
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A) The act of recognizing value or quality; gratitude

internment
Passage to Freedominternment
  • An area of a grocery store
  • To confine or restrict to a particular place, especially during war; imprisonment, captivity
  • To hold out the window
  • A place to go for peace
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B) To confine or restrict to a particular place, especially during war; imprisonment, captivity

1 why did hiroki s father give money to the young jewish boy
Passage to Freedom1) Why did Hiroki’s father give money to the young Jewish boy?
  • He saw that he was very hungry and very tired; he seemed homeless
  • He wanted to have the boy pay him back with interest
  • He was his father
  • He wanted to show kindness to the young boy
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D) He wanted to show kindness to the young boy

2 why did the young jewish boy invite hiroki s father to his house for dinner
Passage to Freedom2) Why did the young Jewish boy invite Hiroki’s father to his house for dinner?
  • He wanted to show his appreciation for his kindness and help
  • He wanted to pay back his money
  • He wanted to show Mr. Sugihara a Jewish dinner
  • It was Rosh Hannah
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A) He wanted to show his appreciation for his kindness and help

3 what was the job of mr sugihara
Passage to Freedom3) What was the job of Mr. Sugihara?
  • President of Lithuania
  • Emperor of Japan
  • Diplomat from Japan
  • Citizen of Lithuania
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C) Diplomat from Japan

4 why are the polish people calling for help outside the embassy
Passage to Freedom4) Why are the Polish people calling for help outside the Embassy?
  • They needed to let him know that the Russians are coming
  • They needed to renew their passports
  • They wanted help from Mr. Sugihara to escape the Nazis
  • They were escaping from the Allies
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C) They wanted help from Mr. Sugihara to escape the Nazis

5 what was happening in europe in 1940
Passage to Freedom5) What was happening in Europe in 1940?
  • Hitler wanted to kill all Jewish people
  • World War 2 was occurring; Germany, Japan, and Italy was at war with the rest of the world
  • There was a deep depression
  • A and B
6 why didn t hiroki s father sleep well
Passage to Freedom6)Why didn’t Hiroki’s father sleep well?
  • He had an important decision to make
  • His back was hurting
  • He couldn’t wait to get back to Japan
  • His wife was hogging the covers
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D) He had an important decision to make

7 what was the decision mr sugihara had to make
Passage to Freedom7) What was the decision Mr. Sugihara had to make?
  • To move back to Japan or Russia
  • To sign the visas to allow the Jewish people to escape Lithuania
  • To go visit the country
  • To sign the declaration paper
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B) To sign the visas to allow the Jewish people to escape Lithuania

8 why were the refuges running away
Passage to Freedom8)Why were the refuges running away?
  • They wanted to get bigger houses
  • They heard America was offering better jobs
  • They didn’t want to pay their taxes
  • The refuges were Jewish and were running from the Nazis who wanted to kill them
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D) The refuges were Jewish and were running from the Nazis who wanted to kill them

9 why couldn t hiroki go out and play
Passage to Freedom9) Why couldn’t Hiroki go out and play?
  • His mother was afraid that he’d play with the other children
  • He was grounded for talking back to his mother
  • There were so many people outside his home; his father didn’t want him to be in the way
  • His family was afraid that he’d be captured by the Nazis
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C) There were so many people outside his home; his father didn’t want him to be in the way

12 what decision did mr sugihara have to make
Passage to Freedom12) What decision did Mr. Sugihara have to make?
  • Paper or plastic
  • Fried or grilled
  • Disobey his government or God
  • Disobey his family or people
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C) Disobey his government or God

13 what would happen if mr sugihara did not sign the visas
Passage to Freedom13)What would happen if Mr. Sugihara did not sign the visas?
  • The Jewish people would try and sneak out of their country
  • The Jewish people would go and try the other Embassies
  • The Jewish people would be captured, sent to a concentration or interment camp, and probably die or be killed
  • They would turn and walk away and wait for the Nazis to get them
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C) The Jewish people would be captured, sent to a concentration or interment camp, and probably die or be killed

14 how did hiroki s mother help
Passage to Freedom14) How did Hiroki’s mother help?
  • She signed the visas
  • She rubbed her husband’s arm
  • She kept the kids quiet
  • She made cookies for the refuges
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B) She rubbed her husband’s arm

15 why didn t mr sugihara want help from anyone especially his wife
Passage to Freedom15) Why didn’t Mr. Sugihara want help from anyone, especially his wife?
  • He wanted the fame by himself
  • He wanted to be famous
  • He didn’t want anyone to get in trouble, just him
  • He didn’t want anyone to spill the ink
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C) He didn’t want anyone to get in trouble, just him

16 what is the purpose for this story
Passage to Freedom16)What is the purpose for this story?
  • To inform readers about a man who saved thousands of Jewish refuges’ lives
  • The author appreciated the efforts and actions Mr. Sugihara took to take a stand and do what is right
  • The story is a good fictional story
  • A and B
17 what did the visas allow people to do
Passage to Freedom17) What did the visas allow people to do?
  • The visas allowed the refuges to buy new clothes
  • The visas allowed the refuges to get out of Lithuania and into another country to escape the persecution of the Nazis
  • The visas allowed the people to do as they pleased and go all over the world at any time
  • The visas allowed the people to visit their families and bring presents
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B) The visas allowed the refuges to get out of Lithuania and into another country to escape the persecution of the Nazis

18 how long did mr sugihara write the visas
Passage to Freedom18) How long did Mr. Sugihara write the visas?
  • Until his hand hurt
  • Until he ran out of ink
  • Until he had to leave Lithuania
  • Until he was asleep
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C) Until he had to leave Lithuania

19 after the visas what did mr sugihara write
Passage to Freedom19) After the visas, what did Mr. Sugihara write?
  • Blank papers with no signature
  • Permission papers with his signature
  • More visas
  • Nothing
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B) Permission papers with his signature

20 why did the sugihara family have to leave lithuania
Passage to Freedom20) Why did the Sugihara family have to leave Lithuania?
  • His job was finished and could go home to Japan
  • He was reassigned to Germany because the Russians were coming
  • He was caught by the Americans for writing the visas
  • He was bored and wanted to go somewhere else
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B) He was reassigned to Germany because the Russians were coming

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Passage to Freedom21) How did the Japanese government react to Mr. Sugihara’s writing of the visas and permission papers?
  • They rewarded him with medals
  • They praised him with money
  • They asked him to resign from being a diplomat
  • They asked him to teach others about being a good diplomat and citizen of Japap
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C) They asked him to resign from being a diplomat

22 who were the sugihara survivors
Passage to Freedom22) Who were the “Sugihara Survivors”?
  • People who died in concentration camps
  • People who were able to escape to safety
  • People who escaped the Holocaust
  • B and C
23 how did mr sugihara take a stand and help save the lives of thousands of refuges
Passage to Freedom23)How did Mr. Sugihara take a stand and help save the lives of thousands of refuges?
  • He helped them escape through to the bordering countries for freedom
  • He hid thousands of Jews in his attic
  • He didn’t listen to his wife and wrote the visas
  • He defied his government and wrote out visas for the Jewish refugees
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D) He defied his government and wrote out visas for the Jewish refugees

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