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Aim: How can we characterize Amir ’ s relationship with his father, Baba?. Do Now: Provide sentences for the following words: Skeptic, wretched, furtive. Baba.

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Aim how can we characterize amir s relationship with his father baba

Aim: How can we characterize Amir’s relationship with his father, Baba?

Do Now: Provide sentences for the following words:

Skeptic, wretched, furtive


Aim how can we characterize amir s relationship with his father baba

Baba

  • How can we characterize Baba? What kind of man is he? What kind of reputation does he have? Provide 2 quotes from Ch. 3 that show Baba’s character.


Discussion questions

Discussion Questions

  • How does Amir differ from his father?

  • Which sin does Baba say is worse than any other? How does he explain why this act is so wretched?

  • Why does Amir think his father hates him?

  • In what ways is Baba disappointed in Amir?

  • Why does Amir snap at Hassan at the very end of Ch. 3?

  • How does Amir’s jealousy of Hassan reveal itself in Ch. 3?


Themes

Themes

  • Can you identify two themes (main ideas) that are presented in Chapter 3?

    OR

  • If someone were to ask you what Chapter 3 is about in terms of big ideas, what would you say?


Homework

Homework

  • 1. Read Chapter 4

  • 2. Complete Handout.


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