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The Last Boast Vocabulary. Record each word below and then use it in a sentence. abiding adj. continuing without change; lasting – e.g. He had an abiding respect for her . acquittal noun a declaration not guilty by a judge or jury. c onstitute verb to form; be part of

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    1. The Last Boast Vocabulary Record each word below and then use it in a sentence. • abiding adj. continuing without change; lasting – e.g. He had an abiding respect for her. • acquittal noun a declaration not guilty by a judge or jury. • constitute verb to form; be part of • farce noun an action or situation that is ridiculous or unbelievable Next, please finish the chart of “Good Deeds” and “Bad Deeds” on page 598 of the text, and then write a paragraph in response to the WRITING CONNECTION

    2. The Last Boast Response • Please complete the “Character Sketch” of Wolfer Joe, under “QUICKWRITES” on page 603 of the text. • A “Character Sketch” is a description of a character. • In your response, please include • The title of the story and the author’s name • The characters name, appearance, situation, etc. • A description of the kind of man Wolfer Joe is • An explanation of why he chose an outlaws life • Make sure you mention Annie and why Joe betrays her