Two Old Women Ch 4 8.28

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Two Old Women Ch 4 8.28

  1. 1. Two Old Women: Chapter 4 Spedding Grade 5 PYP The International School of Monterey READ Chapter 4, pp. 45 – 57 (top of page) VOCABULARY Use the context of the story to guess the meaning of each of the follow words, then use a classroom dictionary to find the correct meaning. WORD GUESS THE MEANING (while your reading) lethargically (p. 47) inevitable (p. 47) oblivion (p. 48) resume (p. 50) tributary (p. 51) QUESTIONS Respond to the following questions on lined paper. Do not rewrite the questions. Just include this handout with your responses. Be sure to explain yourself fully. Cite specific examples from the story to support your answers. 1. p. 47, pg. 2: “They would not have to prove anything to anyone.” Explain the meaning of this sentence. Cite specific evidence to support your answer. 2. P. 48, pg. 2: “Chid watched all this from between narrowed lids. She did not want her friend to know that she was awake.” I remember doing this when I was a kid and I didn’t want to get up or let my mom know that I was awake. Have you ever done this? Explain. 3. P. 49, pg. 2: “I surprised myself by how fast I moved.“ What’s going on here? Has this ever happened to you? Explain. 4. P. 50, pg. 1: “Without it, their struggle would be over soon.” Explain the meaning of this sentence. Cite specific evidence to support your answer. 5. P. 52, pg. 2: “They looked at each other and felt a surge of powerful emotion that left them speechless.” Explain the meaning of this sentence. Cite specific evidence to support your answer.

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