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Text Support!!!. When writing your short responses it is imperative that you include DETAILS from the story to support your answer and PROVE YOUR KNOWLEDGE of the story/text!. 0 points The response is inaccurate, confused, and/or irrelevant, or the student failed to respond to the task.

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When writing your short responses it is imperative that you include DETAILSfrom the story to support your answer and PROVE YOUR KNOWLEDGE of the story/text!

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0 points The response is inaccurate, confused, and/or irrelevant, or the student failed to respond tothe task.

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1 point The response includes some correct information, but may be too general or overlyspecific. Some of the support and/or examples may be incomplete or omitted.

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2 pointsThe response is accurate, complete, and fulfills all the requirements of the task. Necessary support and/or examples are included, and the information given is clearly text-based. Anyextensions beyond the text are relevant to the task.

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“Passage to Freedom”Question #16Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?The author included a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story because the author wanted to thank him. The author wanted to thank him because he saved many lives.

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?The author included a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story so we can see Hiroki’s point of view. Also, to inform us about how the Japanese government forgave Mr. Sugihara and to tell us more about how the Sugihara survivors thanked him by rededicating his monument.

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?I think the author included an afterword to tell a summary of how hard their life was after they left Lithuania. Also, to read how good it was to be honored after Mr. Sugihara’s death.

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?The author included a statement by Hiroki Sugihara to entertain the reader. He also did it so they didn’t just leave the reader without an ending.

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?The author included a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story so you could hear what is was like from a person who went through it.

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?The author included a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story to tell how he felt and what happened after Mr. Sugihara died.

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?The author included a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story to tell about Mr. Sugihara and his family’s life. It tells how he was honored. It told of how his family’s life was after he died.

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“Passage to Freedom”Question #17Imagine that one of the survivors met Mr. Sugihara after the war. Write one or two sentences to tell what the survivor might have said.

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?One or two sentences the survivor might have said are, “Mr. Sugihara you are an amazing man. You have saved hundreds of Jewish people including the children.”

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?They would have said, “Thank you for writing us visas and putting us in front of yourselves. Or they would have said, “Thank you for showing that one man can make a difference.”

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?If I was a survivor I would of said thank you very much thank you. After that I would head to Japan and on my way.

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?If one of Mr. Sugihara’s survivors was able to meet him, I think the survivor would say thank you so much for saving mine, my family’s and all the other peoples lifes.

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?The survivor might thank him for writing out all of those visas. Also, maybe they would invite him into their homes.

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?A thing that the survivor might have said was, “I thank you so much for saving me. Without you, my family and I would have died.”

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?If one of the survivors met Mr. Sugihara after the war he might have said, “Thank you for saving my life.”

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?I think the survivor would say “thank you” and tell him about how if Mr. Sugihara didn’t save them by writing them a visa to Japan he wouldn’t have a family or ever get that moment to meet him.

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“Passage to Freedom”Question #18The author includes the statement “There is a saying that the eyes tell everything about a person.” What do the eyes tell about the immigrants in the art throughout this selection?

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?The immigrants feelings change throughout the selection.

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?The eyes of the immigrants say, “Save us from the Nazi’s. Don’t them hurt us. Help us get out of this country!”

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?The immigrants eyes tell that they are scared and worried about what the Nazis might do to them.

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?I think the eye say they’re tired hungry and need help.

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?The immigrants on page 171 tell that they’re afraid, tired, poor, and hungry. The immigrants on page 175 tell that they’re happy and thankful. On page 176 the immigrants are happy and ready for the journey ahead of them.

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“Passage to Freedom”Why did the author include a statement by Hiroki Sugihara at the end of the story?Throughout this selection the immigrant eyes say that there sad and scared because they were kicked out of there own house.