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Chapter one

  1. 1. ReadingFrom: yennifer ospina valdiris CHAPTER ONE Aunt Polly Decides Her DutyAunt Polly is searching the house for Tom, her dead sisters son,who lives with her. She finds him hiding in a closet, his mouthcovered in jam. She is about to cane Tom when he cries; "Lookbehind you, Aunt!" As her attention is distracted, he escapes overthe garden fence. Aunt Polly reflects on Toms mischievous nature.She feels guilty for not disciplining him better, but on the otherhand, when she does give him a beating, her heart almost breaks.She plans to make him work the following day to punish him. It willbe a Saturday, and the other boys will be enjoying a day off.Tom returns to help Jim, the black slave boy, saw the firewood.Toms younger half-brother, Sid, is also helping. During supper,Aunt Polly questions Tom to try to find out if he has skipped schoolthat afternoon to go swimming, as she suspects. He says that hepumped water on his head, which explains why it is damp. Sheinspects his collar and sees that it is still sewn up, confirming hisclaim that he has not gone swimming, as he would have had tounpick the sewing in order to remove his shirt. Aunt Polly seemsconvinced. But Sid points out that Aunt Polly used white thread, andnow the thread on Toms collar is black.Tom escapes from the house again, angry with Sid for betrayinghim. He knows he is not "the model boy of the village," but heknows the boy who is, and loathes him.
  2. 2. As Tom is wandering along the street, he meets an overdressed boy.Tom provokes the boy and the two insult each other until a fightbreaks out. Tom gets the better of the boy, who runs off home. Tomfollows him and loiters outside the boys house until he is driven offby the boys mother. Tom arrives home late and creeps in throughthe window. He is caught by Aunt Polly, who is more determinedthan before to make him work the next day.Questions from Chapter one.1. How did Aunt Polly catch Tom for playing hockey?2. Why didnt Aunt Polly belt Sid for breaking the sugar bowl?3. Who is Sid?a)Toms brotherb) Tom’s friendc) Tom’s younger half-brotherd) Hucks father4. Why does Tom live with Aunt Polly?
  3. 3. 5. What is Toms first punishment?a) To cook dinnerb) Not go to the town fairc) To sleep outsided) To whitewash the fence
  4. 4. ListeningFrom: yeliani palomares Listen and complete Listen and complete“Tom!”No answer.“TOM!”No___________.The old lady ________________the room.“When I find you, I—”She did not finish._________________, she was looking under the bed. __________cameout.She went to the open door and__________________. No Tom was there. She shouted:“You, Tom!”_____________________. She turned and caught a small boy, stopping him before hecould escape.“What were you doing in that corner?”“____________.”“Nothing! What is that on your___________?”“I do not know, Aunt Polly.”“I know. You have been eating sweets. I have told you ahundred________________________________”
  5. 5. VocabularyFrom: Roldan RuedaVocabularyHow much do you remember from the Reading? Read the sentences and indicate thatnumber is corresponding at the sentence. Diffident( ) 4.eyeglasses Conscience ( ) 8. The ability to recognize right from wrong Roundabout ( ) 3.extreme pride in one’s ability, possessions, or appearance Bona fade ( ) 6. annoyed or bothered by something Sagacity( ) 10. Using wisdom or good judgement Sublet ( ) 2 .the front part of a garment which is a continuation of the collar Ambuscade ( ) 1.constant effort used to accomplish a task Vanity ( ) 14.not going about something in a direct manner; a coat/jacket Diligence( ) 5. A trap; a surprise attack Deduce( ) 11. Trickery; deceit; duplicity; lying Vexed( ) 7. Performed in good faith; genuine; authentic Lapels( ) 2. Not blatant or obvious Guile( ) 9.to derive a conclusion by reasoning Spectacles( ) 12. Lacking confidence in oneself; unsure
  6. 6. PhonemesFrom: Camilo Ceballos Rozo Pronunciation: Find the mistake| ˈo ʊ | ˈlʊk bəˈhaɪnd ju | ˈænt ði: oʊld ˈleɪdi ˈtɝːnd | ðə ˌbɔɪ ˈræn | ɪn əˈmoʊmənt hi wez ʌp ɑːn ð ə ˈhaɪ ˈbɔːrd ˈfens | ˈðen hi wəz ɑːn ðə ˈfɑːr ˈseɪd əvˈɪt | hɪs ˈænt ˈpɑːli wəz sərˈpraɪzð | ðen ʃi ˈlæft ə ˈlɪtl̩ || ðætˌbɔɪ | ˈaɪ ˈnevər ˈnaʊ ˈhuət hi wl̩ də ˈnekst | ənd hi noʊz dət ˈaɪ də ˈn ɔːtˈwɑːnt tə ˈhi:t ɪm | bət ˈaɪ ʃʊd | ənd ˈɪf hi dəz ˈnɑːt ˈɡoʊ tə ˈskuːl ðɪsˌæftərˈnuːn | ˈaɪ məst ˈmeɪk ɪm ˈwɝːk təˈmɑːˌraʊ |
  7. 7. Solution CHAPTER ONEAunt Polly is searching the house for Tom, her dead sisters son, who lives with her.She finds him hiding in a closet, his mouth covered in jam. She is about to cane Tom whenhe cries; "Look behind you, Aunt!" As her attention is distracted, he escapes over thegarden fence. Aunt Polly reflects on Toms mischievous nature. She feels guilty for notdisciplining him better, but on the other hand, when she does give him a beating, her heartalmost breaks. She plans to make him work the following day to punish him. It will be aSaturday, and the other boys will be enjoying a day off.Tom returns to help Jim, the black slave boy, saw the firewood. Toms younger half-brother, Sid, is also helping. During supper, Aunt Polly questions Tom to try to find out ifhe has skipped school that afternoon to go swimming, as she suspects. He says that hepumped water on his head, which explains why it is damp. She inspects his collar and seesthat it is still sewn up, confirming his claim that he has not gone swimming, as he wouldhave had to unpick the sewing in order to remove his shirt. Aunt Polly seems convinced.But Sid points out that Aunt Polly used white thread, and now the thread on Toms collar isblack.Tom escapes from the house again, angry with Sid for betraying him. He knows he is not"the model boy of the village," but he knows the boy who is, and loathes him.As Tom is wandering along the street, he meets an overdressed boy. Tom provokes the boyand the two insult each other until a fight breaks out. Tom gets the better of the boy, whoruns off home. Tom follows him and loiters outside the boys house until he is driven off bythe boys mother. Tom arrives home late and creeps in through the window. He is caught byAunt Polly, who is more determined than before to make him work the next day.
  8. 8. ReadingFrom: yeliani palomares Questions from Chapter 11. How did Aunt Polly catch Tom for playing hockey?He told Aunt Polly to look behind her and when she did he ran away2. Why didnt Aunt Polly belt Sid for breaking the sugar bowl?She just thought that Tom did it because he usually does things like that.It really never occurred to her that Sid really did it3. Who is Sid?a)Toms brotherb)Toms friendc)Tom’s younger half-brotherd)Hucks father4. Why does Tom live with Aunt Polly?His mother died5.What is Toms first punishment?A: To cook dinnerB: Not go to the town fairC: To sleep outsideD: To whitewash the fence
  9. 9. ReadingFrom: Roldan Rueda Questions from Chapter 11. How did Aunt Polly catch Tom for playing hockey?He told Aunt Polly to look behind her and when she did he ran away2. Why didnt Aunt Polly belt Sid for breaking the sugar bowl?She just thought that Tom did it because he usually does things like that. It reallynever occurred to her that Sid really did it3) Who is Sid?a)Toms brotherb)Toms friendc) Tom’s younger half-brother « your answerd)Hucks father4. Why does Tom live with Aunt Polly? The mother’s tom’s died5. What is Toms first punishment?A: To cook dinnerB: Not go to the town fairC: To sleep outsideD: To whitewash the fence
  10. 10. ReadingFrom: Camilo Ceballos Rozo Questions from Chapter 11. How did Aunt Polly catch Tom for playing hockey?He told Aunt Polly to look behind her and when she did he ran away2. Why didnt Aunt Polly belt Sid for breaking the sugar bowl?She just thought that Tom did it because he usually does things like that. It reallynever occurred to her that Sid really did it.3.Who is Sid?a)Toms brotherb)Toms friendc)Tom’s younger half-brotherd)Hucks father4. Why does Tom live with Aunt Polly?The mother’s tom’s died5 .What is Toms first punishment?A: To cook dinnerB: Not go to the town fairC: To sleep outsideD: To whitewash the fence
  11. 11. Listeninghttp://americanenglish.state.gov/files/ae/resource_files/tom-sawyer-chapter-1.mp3From: yennifer ospina Listen and complete“Tom!”No answer.“TOM!”No___________.The old lady ________________the room.“When I find you, I—”She did not finish._________________, she was looking under the bed.__________came out.She went to the open door and__________________. No Tom was there. Sheshouted:“You, Tom!”_____________________. She turned and caught a small boy, stopping himbefore he could escape.“What were you doing in that corner?”“____________.”
  12. 12. “Nothing! What is that on your___________?”“I do not know, Aunt Polly.”“I know. You have been eating sweets. I have told you ahundred________________________________”R/: 1. answer 2. looked around 3. With her head down 4. Only the cat 5. looked toward the garden 6. There was a little noise behind her 7. Nothing. 8. hands and face 9. times not to eat those sweets
  13. 13. From: Roldan Rueda Listen and complete“Tom!”No answer.“TOM!”No___________.The old lady ________________the room.“When I find you, I—”She did not finish._________________, she was looking under the bed.__________came out.She went to the open door and__________________. No Tom was there. Sheshouted:“You, Tom!”_____________________. She turned and caught a small boy, stopping himbefore he could escape.“What were you doing in that corner?”“____________.”“Nothing! What is that on your___________?”“I do not know, Aunt Polly.”“I know. You have been eating sweets. I have told you ahundred________________________________” Solution 1. Answer 2. Looked around 3. With her head down 4. Only the cat 5. Looked toward the garden 6. There was a little noise behind her 7. Nothing. 8. Hands and face 9. Times not to eat those sweets
  14. 14. From: Camilo Ceballos Listen and complete“Tom!”No answer.“TOM!”No___________.The old lady ________________the room.“When I find you, I—”She did not finish._________________, she was looking under the bed.__________came out.She went to the open door and__________________. No Tom was there. Sheshouted:“You, Tom!”_____________________. She turned and caught a small boy, stopping himbefore he could escape.“What were you doing in that corner?”“____________.”“Nothing! What is that on your___________?”“I do not know, Aunt Polly.”“I know. You have been eating sweets. I have told you ahundred________________________________” · Answer · Looked around · With her head down · Only the cat · looked toward the garden · There was a little noise behind her · Nothing. · Hands and face · Times not to eat those sweets
  15. 15. Vocabularyyennifer ospina VocabularyHow much do you remember from the Reading? Read the sentences andindicate that number is corresponding at the sentence. Diffident(12 ) 4.eyeglasses Conscience (8 ) 8. The ability to recognize right from wrong Roundabout (14) 3.extreme pride in one’s ability, possessions, or appearance Bona fade ( 7 ) 6. annoyed or bothered by something Sagacity(10 ) 10. Using wisdom or good judgement Sublet ( 2 ) 2 .the front part of a garment which is a continuation of the collar Ambuscade (5 ) 1.constant effort used to accomplish a task Vanity (3 ) 14.not going about something in a direct manner; a coat/jacket Diligence(1 ) 5. A trap; a surprise attack Deduce( 9 ) 11. Trickery; deceit; duplicity; lying Vexed( 6 ) 7. Performed in good faith; genuine; authentic Lapels(13 ) 2. Not blatant or obvious Guile(11 ) 9.to derive a conclusion by reasoning Spectacles( 4 ) 12. Lacking confidence in oneself; unsure
  16. 16. From: yeliani palomaresVocabularyHow much do you remember from the Reading? Read the sentences andindicate that number is corresponding at the sentence. Diffident(12 ) 4.eyeglasses Conscience (8 ) 8. The ability to recognize right from wrong Roundabout (14) 3.extreme pride in one’s ability, possessions, or appearance Bona fade ( 7 ) 6. annoyed or bothered by something Sagacity(10 ) 10. Using wisdom or good judgement Sublet ( 2 ) 2 .the front part of a garment which is a continuation of the collar Ambuscade (5 ) 1.constant effort used to accomplish a task Vanity (3 ) 14.not going about something in a direct manner; a coat/jacket Diligence(1 ) 5. A trap; a surprise attack Deduce( 9 ) 11. Trickery; deceit; duplicity; lying Vexed( 6 ) 7. Performed in good faith; genuine; authentic Lapels(13 ) 2. Not blatant or obvious Guile(11 ) 9.to derive a conclusion by reasoning Spectacles( 4 ) 12. Lacking confidence in oneself; unsure
  17. 17. From: Camilo Ceballos Rozo VocabularyHow much do you remember from the Reading? Read the sentences andindicate that number is corresponding at the sentence. Diffident(12 ) 4.eyeglasses Conscience (8 ) 8. The ability to recognize right from wrong Roundabout (14) 3.extreme pride in one’s ability, possessions, or appearance Bona fade ( 7 ) 6. annoyed or bothered by something Sagacity(10 ) 10. Using wisdom or good judgement Sublet ( 2 ) 2 .the front part of a garment which is a continuation of the collar Ambuscade (5 ) 1.constant effort used to accomplish a task Vanity (3 ) 14.not going about something in a direct manner; a coat/jacket Diligence(1 ) 5. A trap; a surprise attack Deduce( 9 ) 11. Trickery; deceit; duplicity; lying Vexed( 6 ) 7. Performed in good faith; genuine; authentic Lapels(13 ) 2. Not blatant or obvious Guile(11 ) 9.to derive a conclusion by reasoning Spectacles( 4 ) 12. Lacking confidence in oneself; unsure
  18. 18. Phonemesfrom: yeliani palomares Pronunciation: Find the correct phonemes| ˈoʊ | ˈlʊk bəˈhaɪnd ju | ˈænt ði: oʊld ˈleɪdi ˈtɝːnd | ðə ˌbɔɪ ˈræn | ɪn əˈmoʊmənt hi wez ʌp ɑːn ð ə ˈhaɪ ˈbɔːrd ˈfens | ˈðen hi wəz ɑːn ðə ˈfɑːr ˈseɪd əvˈɪt | hɪs ˈænt ˈ pɑːli wəz sərˈpraɪzð | ðen ʃi ˈlæft ə ˈlɪtl̩ || ðætˌbɔɪ | ˈaɪ ˈnevər ˈnaʊ ˈhuət hi wl̩ də ˈnekst | ənd hi noʊz dət ˈaɪ də ˈn ɔːtˈwɑːnt tə ˈhi:t ɪm | bət ˈaɪ ʃʊd | ənd ˈɪf hi dəz ˈnɑːt ˈɡoʊ tə ˈskuːl ðɪsˌæftərˈnuːn | ˈaɪ məst ˈmeɪk ɪm ˈwɝːk təˈmɑːˌraʊ |the correct phonemes are:1. ðə2. wəz3. saɪd4. hɪz5. sərˈpraɪzd6. noʊ7. ðæt8. nɑːt9. hɪt10. roʊ
  19. 19. PhonemesFrom: yennifer ospina valdiris Pronunciation: Find the mistake| ˈoʊ | ˈlʊk bəˈhaɪnd ju | ˈænt ði: o ʊld ˈleɪdi ˈtɝːnd | ðə ˌbɔɪ ˈ ræn | ɪn əˈmoʊmənt hi wez ʌp ɑːn ðə ˈhaɪ ˈbɔːrd ˈfens | ˈðen hi wəz ɑːn ðə ˈfɑːrˈseɪd əv ˈɪt | hɪs ˈænt ˈpɑːli wəz sərˈpraɪzð | ðen ʃi ˈlæft ə ˈlɪtl̩ || ðætˌbɔɪ | ˈaɪ ˈnevər ˈnaʊ ˈhuət hi wl̩ də ˈnekst | ənd hi noʊz dət ˈaɪ dəˈn ɔːt ˈwɑːnt tə ˈhi:t ɪm | bət ˈaɪ ʃʊd | ənd ˈɪf hi dəz ˈnɑːt ˈɡoʊ tə ˈskuːlðɪs ˌæft ərˈnuːn | ˈaɪ məst ˈmeɪk ɪm ˈwɝːk təˈmɑːˌraʊ |  the mistakes are:  də  wez  seɪd  hɪs  sərˈpraɪzð  naʊ  dət  n ɔːt  raʊ  hi:t
  20. 20. From: Roldan Rueda Pronunciation: Find the correct phonemes| ˈoʊ | ˈlʊk bəˈhaɪnd ju | ˈænt ði: oʊld ˈleɪdi ˈtɝːnd | ðə ˌbɔɪ ˈræn | ɪn əˈmoʊmənt hi wez ʌp ɑːn ðə ˈhaɪ ˈbɔːrd ˈfens | ˈðen hi wəz ɑːn ðə ˈfɑːrˈseɪd əv ˈɪt | hɪs ˈænt ˈpɑːli wəz sərˈpraɪzð | ðen ʃi ˈlæft ə ˈlɪtl̩ || ðætˌbɔɪ | ˈaɪ ˈnevər ˈnaʊ ˈhuət hi wl̩ də ˈnekst | ənd hi noʊz dət ˈaɪ dəˈn ɔːt ˈwɑːnt tə ˈhi:t ɪm | bət ˈaɪ ʃʊd | ənd ˈɪf hi dəz ˈnɑːt ˈɡoʊ tə ˈskuːlðɪs ˌæft ərˈnuːn | ˈaɪ məst ˈmeɪk ɪm ˈwɝːk təˈmɑːˌraʊ |  the correct phonemes are:  ðə  wəz  saɪd  hɪz  sərˈpraɪzd  noʊ  ðæt  nɑːt  hɪt  roʊ

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