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  1. Chapter 2, 3, 4, and 5 Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry

  2. Quick WriteMonday, October 31, 2016 When Papa comes home from his job, he often only gets to stay for a week or less. How often do you get to see your Papa? How would you feel if you only got to see your father as rarely as these kids? How would your feelings and reactions be similar or different to theirs?

  3. Chapter 2 and 3 Vocabulary • scoffed (23): expressed doubt or scorn; heavily doubted • formidable (25): awesome; powerful • pudgy (28): short and fat • kin (28): relative; family member • resiliency (31): ability to spring back, rebound • disgruntled (41): grouchy; unhappy • listlessly (47): without any energy or enthusiasm; anxiously • transfixed (49): in a fixed position; unable to move

  4. What am I doing? • Read Chapter2-3 • Chapter 2-3 Note Taking • Theme • Character Relationships • Chapter1-3 Figurative Language Meanings Why am I doing it The students will determine the theme of central idea of a text and analyze its development over the course of the text. The students will learn how to analyze how particular elements of a story or drama interact. The students will learn how the author’s use of figurative language enhances a story and makes the theme easier to understand.

  5. Chapter 2 Top 10

  6. Chapter 2 Theme

  7. Chapter 3 Top 10

  8. Chapter 3 Theme

  9. Chapter 2 and 3 QuestionsAnswer in COMPLETE sentences • Evaluate why you think Papa threatens to “wear them out” if the children go to the Wallace store? • Assess why you think Papa wants him to stay with the family while he’s working at the railroad • What does Cassie realize about Jeremy and the bus? Why do you think this is so? • Draw a conclusion about the night men. Who do you think they are? Do you think they are after the children? Why or why not?

  10. Chapter 4 Vocabulary • verge (53): the edge; a boundary • discourse (55): a serious conversation; a lengthy or serious story • feigned (56): pretended; faked • indicating (62): pointing to something; showing • engrossed (64): completely occupied by something; fascinated • ransacked (69): searched violently for something • patronize (74): to be a regular customer of a store or business

  11. Quick WriteTuesday, November 1, 2016 Papa explains a lot of his reasons, but now it's your job. Explain why Papa doesn't want any of his kids going up to the Wallace place. How is he worried it might look? What is he worried might happen? Should parents prohibit their children from going to certain places? From being around certain people? Why or why not?

  12. What am I doing? • Read Chapter 4 • Chapter 4 Note Taking • Theme Why am I doing it The students will determine the theme of central idea of a text and analyze its development over the course of the text. The students will learn how to analyze how particular elements of a story or drama interact. The students will learn how the author’s use of figurative language enhances a story and makes the theme easier to understand.

  13. Quick WriteWednesday, November 2, 2016 How is the bus driver able to get away with getting the negro kids all dirty and running them off the road into the rain gullies? Explain all the reasons you can think of. Why is this allowed to happen?

  14. What am I doing? • Read Chapter 4 • Chapter 4 Note Taking • Theme Why am I doing it The students will determine the theme of central idea of a text and analyze its development over the course of the text. The students will learn how to analyze how particular elements of a story or drama interact. The students will learn how the author’s use of figurative language enhances a story and makes the theme easier to understand.

  15. Chapter 4 Comprehension Questions • Predict what you think Mama is thinking when she asks Mr. Turner if he’ll shop somewhere else if someone will back his credit. • Analyze T.J.’s behavior when he runs to the Wallace store after school. • Draw a conclusion about why Christopher-John says, “I don’t like this place.” • What does Mr. Morrison do?

  16. Quick WriteThursday, November 3, 2016 The kids plan a pretty serious revenge on the bus for splashing them in the mud. Describe any time you got revenge on someone. It can be big or small. What happened? Why did you do it? Did you get caught?

  17. Chapter 4 Top 10

  18. Chapter 4 Theme

  19. Chapter 5 Vocabulary • obnoxious (78): irritating; offensive and unpleasant • wheedle (79): to coax or persuade someone using flattery or trickery • promenading (81): parading in a showy way • recoiled (84): drew back suddenly • balked (87): hesitated or flatly refused to do something • aloofness (90): remoteness; not easy to get to know; at a distance • snidely (103): rudely; in a nasty manner • languidly (104): casually; without energy

  20. What am I doing? • Read Chapter 5 • Chapter 5 Note Taking • Character Foil • Theme Why am I doing it The students will determine the theme of central idea of a text and analyze its development over the course of the text. The students will learn how to analyze how particular elements of a story or drama interact. The students will learn how the author’s use of figurative language enhances a story and makes the theme easier to understand.

  21. Quick WriteFriday, November 4, 2016 Mama starts laughing at the news that the bus was broken. Do you think it is OK to laugh at the misfortune of others? What if the victim is an evil person? What if they are a good person?

  22. What am I doing? • Read Chapter 5 • Chapter 5 Note Taking • Theme • Artistic Adventurer Why am I doing it The students will determine the theme of central idea of a text and analyze its development over the course of the text. The students will learn how to analyze how particular elements of a story or drama interact. The students will learn how the author’s use of figurative language enhances a story and makes the theme easier to understand.

  23. Chapter 5 Comprehension Questions • Interpret Mr. Barnett’s behavior toward Cassie. Why does he act that way? • Summarize what happens between Lillian Jean and Cassie. • Interpret Mr. Simms’s behavior toward Cassie. Why does he act that way? • Justify Cassie’s statement: “No day in all my life had ever been as cruel as this one”.