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THE HUNDRED
DRESSES - I

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About this author

Eleanor Estes
Born-in West Haven, Connecticut,
The United States May 09, 1906
Died-July 15, 1988
Gender...
The Hundred Dresses, by Eleanor Estes,
The story of The Hundred Dresses is about a girl named Wanda Petronski. She
lived u...
ORAL COMPREHENSION CHECK

1.Where did Wanda sit in the classroom and why?
2.Where does Wanda live ? What kind of place do ...
ORAL COMPREHENSION CHECK

1.What are the popular American names given in the
paragraph?

2.Describe the dress of Wanda whi...
ORAL COMPREHENSION CHECK

1.Who had thought up this game?
2.Describe Peggy as a girl?
3.What was Maddie’s inner feeling ab...
ORAL COMPREHENSION CHECK
1.What was going on in Maddie’s mind?
2. Why did Maddie changed her mind?
3. Where did Wanda live...
ORAL COMPREHENSION CHECK
1.What was the topic for boys in the colouring
contest?
2. What was the topic for girls in the co...
ORAL COMPREHENSION CHECK

1.Who was the winner from the boys?
2.Why did Miss. Masson say that room number thirteen
should ...
-You now understand the importance of

understanding other cultures and
understand that teasing people based on
things suc...
THE HUNDRED
DRESSES - I

)

NABANITA GUHA
TGT English
JNV Seoni
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  1. 1. THE HUNDRED DRESSES - I )
  2. 2. About this author Eleanor Estes Born-in West Haven, Connecticut, The United States May 09, 1906 Died-July 15, 1988 Gender-female Genre- Children’s book Eleanor Ruth Rosenfeld (Estes)was an American children's author. She was born in West Haven, Connecticut as Eleanor Ruth Rosenfield. Originally a librarian, Estes' writing career began following a case of tuberculosis. Bedridden while recovering, Estes began writing down some of her childhood memories, which would later turn into full-length children's books. Estes's book Ginger Pye (1951) won the Newbery Medal, and three of her other books (The Middle Moffat, Rufus M., and The Hundred Dresses) were chosen as Newbery Honor books. She also received the Certificate of Award for Outstanding Contribution to Children’s Literature and was nominated for the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award. By the time of her death at age 82, Estes had written 19 children book.
  3. 3. The Hundred Dresses, by Eleanor Estes, The story of The Hundred Dresses is about a girl named Wanda Petronski. She lived up on a hill called Boggins Heights. The story is about people teasing Wanda by asking her how many dresses she had and she would say, "I have a hundred dresses." when she only had one faded blue dress. One day her dad pulls her out of class and decides that they are moving to the big city where no one would tease her. To help you better understand the value of respect and acceptance of all people, let us read the lesson THE HUNDRED DRESSES - 1.
  4. 4. ORAL COMPREHENSION CHECK 1.Where did Wanda sit in the classroom and why? 2.Where does Wanda live ? What kind of place do you think it is? 3.When and why do Peggy and Maddie notice Wanda’s absence ? 4.What do you think “to have fun with her” means?
  5. 5. ORAL COMPREHENSION CHECK 1.What are the popular American names given in the paragraph? 2.Describe the dress of Wanda which she used to wear everyday to school? 3.How the other girls tease Wanda in the schoolyard? 4.Describe Peggy’s way of teasing Wanda? 5.What usually used to be the reply of Wanda? 6.How many dresses did Wanda have? 7. How many shoes did she have?
  6. 6. ORAL COMPREHENSION CHECK 1.Who had thought up this game? 2.Describe Peggy as a girl? 3.What was Maddie’s inner feeling about teasing Wanda everyday? 4.Why was Maddie afraid to stop Peggy teasing Wanda?
  7. 7. ORAL COMPREHENSION CHECK 1.What was going on in Maddie’s mind? 2. Why did Maddie changed her mind? 3. Where did Wanda live? 4.Describe the green dress of Wanda?
  8. 8. ORAL COMPREHENSION CHECK 1.What was the topic for boys in the colouring contest? 2. What was the topic for girls in the colouring contest? 3.Who was Maddie expecting to win the girls prize? 4.Why did they stopped short and gasped when they entered room number thirteen ?
  9. 9. ORAL COMPREHENSION CHECK 1.Who was the winner from the boys? 2.Why did Miss. Masson say that room number thirteen should be proud of Wanda? 3.Who won the girls prize? 4.How many sketches did she draw? 5.What was the reaction of the class after seeing Wanda’s sketches?
  10. 10. -You now understand the importance of understanding other cultures and understand that teasing people based on things such as race and income can be hurtful to others and isn’t nice. Now, define in our own words how to identify character traits based on a character’s actions, thoughts, words, or feelings
  11. 11. THE HUNDRED DRESSES - I ) NABANITA GUHA TGT English JNV Seoni

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