RAMONA QUIMBY, AGE 8. Lesson 24. Genre: Realistic Fiction Look For: Characters with real problems Cause and Effect. Story Summary
RAMONA QUIMBY, AGE 8
Ramona Quimby, Age 8, is a story of a young third-grader's experiences as she starts a new school year at a new school and deals with family stresses. Ramona endures some embarrassing episodes at school and learns to address a misunderstanding she has with her teacher. At home, Ramona observes the strain that financial concerns are placing on her family but affirms that they are still a happy family.
Question of the Day
What does being creative
mean to you?
Being creative means
“All About Books”
This person’s desk is full of clutter. It is messy and may have things they don’t really need
The clouds are visible in the sky today.
He beckoned me or motioned me to come here.
When you make a remark about something you say something about it or comment on it.
When you mention something, you talk about it briefly.
When you are flustered by something you forget what you are doing or saying.
If something is affordable it is a reasonable cost and you have enough money to buy it.
When you are effective you get the results that you want.
To do something individually, you do it by yourself. You are also different than anyone else.
When you do a presentation, you do it in front of your class or a group of people.