Review Chapter 1. Choose one of the questions below and write it in your journal. Write a short paragraph to explain your answer to the question. Why is Luke afraid he will never be allowed outside again? Why do you think the Government forced them to sell their land?
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Chapter 31. What’s happening to Luke’s beloved woods?2. Why is Dad so mad at him for looking out the window.3. What do you think the population police do? What do you think they would do if they found Luke?4. What did Luke just realize that his room had? Why is that so important?5. On page 19, write the sentence that is an example of foreshadowing. What do you think might happen?
EMPATHY – THE ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND ANOTHER PERSON’S FEELINGS AND THEIR SORROW OR PAIN
ANSWER ALL THESE QUESTIONS IN YOUR JOURNAL!
Answer the following questions on a separate piece of paper and hand them in when you are finished. This will be counted as a quiz grade.
1. What does Dad say is the reason for the tax increase on their property?
Luke’s character has been evolving since the beginning of the book. He has changed in many ways. Choose one way that he has changed and explain it using specific examples from the book.
What is the difference between a Baron and a farmer? Think about the things that Jen has and the things that Luke has. Think about how Jen interacts with her family and how Luke interacts with his family. Explain the differences between a Baron and a farmer in a well written paragraph.
Would you be a Baron or a famer? Explain.
Foreshadowing - is the use of hints or clues to suggest what will happen later in literature. It helps the reader interact with the text and make predictions.
Word Roots Fore – in front of
Shadow – a glimpse of
Luke is faced with a difficult decision. He needs to decide whether or not he should go with Jen to the rally. What would you do if you were Luke?
At the end of Chapter 26, Luke is in Jen’s room when someone walks in on him.
Write a paragraph in first person what might have gone through Luke’s head as he was discovered. Try to work in similes, metaphors, alliteration, and/or onomatopoeia.