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  • 1. Zebra by Chaim Potok
  • 2. Pure Imagination Hold your breath Make a wish There is no Count to three Life I know To compare with Come with me Pure imagination And you'll be Living there In a world of You'll be free Pure imagination If you truly wish to be Take a look And you'll see If you want to view paradise Into your imagination Simply look around and view it Anything you want to, do it We'll begin Wanta change the world? With a spin There's nothing Traveling in To it The world of my creation What we'll see There is no Will defy Life I know Explanation To compare with Pure imagination If you want to view paradise Living there Simply look around and view it You'll be free Anything you want to, do it If you truly Wanta change the world? Wish to be There's nothing To it
  • 3. What’s the most important sentence in this paragraph? Highlight it.
  • 4. Make at least one inference, connection, or question between lines 1-22.
  • 5. Line 40: There was a hill on Franklin Avenue, a steep hill.
  • 6. Line 40: There was a hill on Franklin Avenue, a steep hill.
  • 7. Line 40: There was a hill on Franklin Avenue, a steep hill. I: This phrase foreshadows that something bad might happen.
  • 8. Line 40: There was a hill on Franklin Avenue, a steep hill. I: This phrase foreshadows that something bad might happen. Line 53: ...begun to turn into an eagle...
  • 9. Line 40: There was a hill on Franklin Avenue, a steep hill. I: This phrase foreshadows that something bad might happen. Line 53: ...begun to turn into an eagle...
  • 10. Line 40: There was a hill on Franklin Avenue, a steep hill. I: This phrase foreshadows that something bad might happen. Line 53: ...begun to turn into an eagle... I: Not literal. He has a very vivid imagination.
  • 11. Line 40: There was a hill on Franklin Avenue, a steep hill. I: This phrase foreshadows that something bad might happen. Line 53: ...begun to turn into an eagle... I: Not literal. He has a very vivid imagination. Line 53:...when a huge rushing shadow appeared in his line of vision and crashed into him and plunged him into a darkness from which he emerged very, very slowly...
  • 12. Line 40: There was a hill on Franklin Avenue, a steep hill. I: This phrase foreshadows that something bad might happen. Line 53: ...begun to turn into an eagle... I: Not literal. He has a very vivid imagination. Line 53:...when a huge rushing shadow appeared in his line of vision and crashed into him and plunged him into a darkness from which he emerged very, very slowly...
  • 13. Line 40: There was a hill on Franklin Avenue, a steep hill. I: This phrase foreshadows that something bad might happen. Line 53: ...begun to turn into an eagle... I: Not literal. He has a very vivid imagination. Line 53:...when a huge rushing shadow appeared in his line of vision and crashed into him and plunged him into a darkness from which he emerged very, very slowly...
  • 14. Line 40: There was a hill on Franklin Avenue, a steep hill. I: This phrase foreshadows that something bad might happen. Line 53: ...begun to turn into an eagle... I: Not literal. He has a very vivid imagination. Line 53:...when a huge rushing shadow appeared in his line of vision and crashed into him and plunged him into a darkness from which he emerged very, very slowly... On your own: Make an inference or ask a question.
  • 15. Line 40: There was a hill on Franklin Avenue, a steep hill. I: This phrase foreshadows that something bad might happen. Line 53: ...begun to turn into an eagle... I: Not literal. He has a very vivid imagination. Line 53:...when a huge rushing shadow appeared in his line of vision and crashed into him and plunged him into a darkness from which he emerged very, very slowly... On your own: Make an inference or ask a question.
  • 16. Making Text-to-Text Connections
  • 17. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 173: ...having someone teach an art class during the summer?
  • 18. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 173: ...having someone teach an art class during the summer?
  • 19. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 173: ...having someone teach an art class during the summer? BK-T2T: Preview
  • 20. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 173: ...having someone teach an art class during the summer? BK-T2T: Preview Line 177: ...Zebra was trying very hard not to look at the man’s empty sleeve.
  • 21. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 173: ...having someone teach an art class during the summer? BK-T2T: Preview Line 177: ...Zebra was trying very hard not to look at the man’s empty sleeve.
  • 22. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 173: ...having someone teach an art class during the summer? BK-T2T: Preview Line 177: ...Zebra was trying very hard not to look at the man’s empty sleeve. BK-T2T: Line 148
  • 23. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 173: ...having someone teach an art class during the summer? BK-T2T: Preview Line 177: ...Zebra was trying very hard not to look at the man’s empty sleeve. BK-T2T: Line 148 Line 182: “Thanks,” the man said. He hesitated a moment. Then he asked, in a quiet voice, “What happened to you, Adam?”
  • 24. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 173: ...having someone teach an art class during the summer? BK-T2T: Preview Line 177: ...Zebra was trying very hard not to look at the man’s empty sleeve. BK-T2T: Line 148 Line 182: “Thanks,” the man said. He hesitated a moment. Then he asked, in a quiet voice, “What happened to you, Adam?”
  • 25. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 173: ...having someone teach an art class during the summer? BK-T2T: Preview Line 177: ...Zebra was trying very hard not to look at the man’s empty sleeve. BK-T2T: Line 148 Line 182: “Thanks,” the man said. He hesitated a moment. Then he asked, in a quiet voice, “What happened to you, Adam?”
  • 26. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 173: ...having someone teach an art class during the summer? BK-T2T: Preview Line 177: ...Zebra was trying very hard not to look at the man’s empty sleeve. BK-T2T: Line 148 Line 182: “Thanks,” the man said. He hesitated a moment. Then he asked, in a quiet voice, “What happened to you, Adam?” BK-T2T: He knows something is wrong because Zebra was wearing a sling.
  • 27. Making Text-to-Text Connections
  • 28. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 184 “A car hit me,” Zebra said. “It was my fault.”
  • 29. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 184 “A car hit me,” Zebra said. “It was my fault.”
  • 30. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 184 “A car hit me,” Zebra said. “It was my fault.” BK-T2T: The shadow!
  • 31. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 184 “A car hit me,” Zebra said. “It was my fault.” BK-T2T: The shadow! For a flash of a second, Zebra thought to ask the Line 186: man what happened to him.
  • 32. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 184 “A car hit me,” Zebra said. “It was my fault.” BK-T2T: The shadow! For a flash of a second, Zebra thought to ask the Line 186: man what happened to him.
  • 33. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 184 “A car hit me,” Zebra said. “It was my fault.” BK-T2T: The shadow! For a flash of a second, Zebra thought to ask the Line 186: man what happened to him.
  • 34. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 184 “A car hit me,” Zebra said. “It was my fault.” BK-T2T: The shadow! For a flash of a second, Zebra thought to ask the Line 186: man what happened to him. BK-T2T: Preview-They have a connection because they both have “disabilities”.
  • 35. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 184 “A car hit me,” Zebra said. “It was my fault.” BK-T2T: The shadow! For a flash of a second, Zebra thought to ask the Line 186: man what happened to him. BK-T2T: Preview-They have a connection because they both have “disabilities”. Line 189: The man started back up the street, carrying the brown plastic bag.
  • 36. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 184 “A car hit me,” Zebra said. “It was my fault.” BK-T2T: The shadow! For a flash of a second, Zebra thought to ask the Line 186: man what happened to him. BK-T2T: Preview-They have a connection because they both have “disabilities”. Line 189: The man started back up the street, carrying the brown plastic bag.
  • 37. Making Text-to-Text Connections Line 184 “A car hit me,” Zebra said. “It was my fault.” BK-T2T: The shadow! For a flash of a second, Zebra thought to ask the Line 186: man what happened to him. BK-T2T: Preview-They have a connection because they both have “disabilities”. Line 189: The man started back up the street, carrying the brown plastic bag. BK-T2T: Something important is in here. It keeps “popping up”.
  • 38. Line 476: “...rice, rubber...”
  • 39. Line 476: “...rice, rubber...” Line 478: “Between 1962...We lost the war.”
  • 40. Line 476: “...rice, rubber...” Line 478: “Between 1962...We lost the war.”
  • 41. Line 476: “...rice, rubber...” Line 478: “Between 1962...We lost the war.”
  • 42. Line 476: “...rice, rubber...” Line 478: “Between 1962...We lost the war.” BK: We talked about this in class.
  • 43. Line 476: “...rice, rubber...” Line 478: “Between 1962...We lost the war.” BK: We talked about this in class. Line 555: We’re going to make paper into faces and garbage into people.
  • 44. Line 476: “...rice, rubber...” Line 478: “Between 1962...We lost the war.” BK: We talked about this in class. Line 555: We’re going to make paper into faces and garbage into people.
  • 45. Line 476: “...rice, rubber...” Line 478: “Between 1962...We lost the war.” BK: We talked about this in class. Line 555: We’re going to make paper into faces and garbage into people.
  • 46. Line 476: “...rice, rubber...” Line 478: “Between 1962...We lost the war.” BK: We talked about this in class. Line 555: We’re going to make paper into faces and garbage into people. Make your own connection, question, or inference here.
  • 47. Line 476: “...rice, rubber...” Line 478: “Between 1962...We lost the war.” BK: We talked about this in class. Line 555: We’re going to make paper into faces and garbage into people. Make your own connection, question, or inference here. Line 573: How they should be looking at where everything was in relation...the space outside the edges.
  • 48. Line 476: “...rice, rubber...” Line 478: “Between 1962...We lost the war.” BK: We talked about this in class. Line 555: We’re going to make paper into faces and garbage into people. Make your own connection, question, or inference here. Line 573: How they should be looking at where everything was in relation...the space outside the edges.
  • 49. Line 476: “...rice, rubber...” Line 478: “Between 1962...We lost the war.” BK: We talked about this in class. Line 555: We’re going to make paper into faces and garbage into people. Make your own connection, question, or inference here. Line 573: How they should be looking at where everything was in relation...the space outside the edges.
  • 50. Line 476: “...rice, rubber...” Line 478: “Between 1962...We lost the war.” BK: We talked about this in class. Line 555: We’re going to make paper into faces and garbage into people. Make your own connection, question, or inference here. Line 573: How they should be looking at where everything was in relation...the space outside the edges. I: This is important to the theme of the story.
  • 51. Line 476: “...rice, rubber...” Line 478: “Between 1962...We lost the war.” BK: We talked about this in class. Line 555: We’re going to make paper into faces and garbage into people. Make your own connection, question, or inference here. Line 573: How they should be looking at where everything was in relation...the space outside the edges. I: This is important to the theme of the story. Line 581: “You-all are going to learn how to see in a new way,” John Wilson said.
  • 52. Line 476: “...rice, rubber...” Line 478: “Between 1962...We lost the war.” BK: We talked about this in class. Line 555: We’re going to make paper into faces and garbage into people. Make your own connection, question, or inference here. Line 573: How they should be looking at where everything was in relation...the space outside the edges. I: This is important to the theme of the story. Line 581: “You-all are going to learn how to see in a new way,” John Wilson said.
  • 53. Line 476: “...rice, rubber...” Line 478: “Between 1962...We lost the war.” BK: We talked about this in class. Line 555: We’re going to make paper into faces and garbage into people. Make your own connection, question, or inference here. Line 573: How they should be looking at where everything was in relation...the space outside the edges. I: This is important to the theme of the story. Line 581: “You-all are going to learn how to see in a new way,” John Wilson said.
  • 54. Line 476: “...rice, rubber...” Line 478: “Between 1962...We lost the war.” BK: We talked about this in class. Line 555: We’re going to make paper into faces and garbage into people. Make your own connection, question, or inference here. Line 573: How they should be looking at where everything was in relation...the space outside the edges. I: This is important to the theme of the story. Line 581: “You-all are going to learn how to see in a new way,” John Wilson said. I: He’s going to teach them a deeper lesson.