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Suki’s Kimono Close Reading Page 200 Find a statement that shows Suki disagrees with her sisters. How are their beliefs different? Page 203 What do the actions of Ski and her sisters on page 203 tell you about them? What examples from the text support your answer? Page 204 What words does the author use to describe the sound of the swing? Why does she use those words? Page 208 Why didn’t the students laugh at Suki after her dance? Page 210 Summarize how Suki stays true to herself in this story. Page 212 At school Suki meets her friend Penny. How are Penny’s clothes different from Suki’s? What is theme of the story? Page 206 What is the effect of one boy’s comments about Suki’s kimono? How do you know?
Suki’s Kimono Answer Guide Page 200 In the last paragraph on page 200 it says “But Suki shook her head. ” Suki’s sisters believe should wear something new and coll. Suki wants to wear her favorite thing, her kimono. Page 203 The sisters walk ahead of Suki and pretend they don’t know her. This shows they want to be like everyone else and are embarrassed that Suki dressed differently. Suki, on the other hand, doesn’t seem to mind being different, she feels very please to be dressed in her kimono. Page 204 On page 205 the words “swoosh, swoosh” describe the sound. The author wants us to imagine the sound of Suki and Penny swinging. Page 208 They were fascinated by her performance. Suki had helped students feel the dance and what it meant to her. Page 210 Even though she looks different, cuasing other students to make fun of her, Suki delights in wearing her kimono. She shows pride in her Japanese heritage by dancing for her classmates. Page 212 Penny is dressed casually in overalls. Suki is dressed formally in a long, flowing, kimono. Theme: Don’t be afraid to be different. Page 206 Suki is either angry or embarassed. On page 27 it says “she felt her cheeks burn. ”
I Love Saturdays y domingos Close Reading Page 232 Why is the detail that the girl calls Sundays domingos important? Use evidence from the text to support your answer. Page 233 Why are some words in boldface and italics? Page 234 Compare and contrast the girl’s visits to her grandparents’ houses. Cite evidence from the text. Page 234 Based on what you’ve read so far, how does the girl feel about her grandparents? Page 235 How does using the same phrases in English and Spanish help the author make clear her reason for writing the story? Page 236 Find the word eight on page 236. How can you tell if it is the number eight or the past tense of the word eat? Page 237 How does Abuelita feel about animals? How do you know? Page 238 Compare and Contrast the grandfathers. Use evidence from the story. Page 240 What makes this story realistic fiction? Page 241 Why do you think the author chose to tell the story from the point of view of the little girl? Page 243 What do you think will happen next? Page 245 Use details from the story to compare and contrast what the grandparents do at the party. Page 238 Page 239 Do you think the girl has any What does the girl say the brothers or sisters? Explain. balloons look like? Why do you think she says they look like a bouquet? Page 241 After reading page 241, what can you infer about how the girl feels about her ancestors and their cultures? Page 242 Why did the girl conclude that Abuelita and Grandma had planned the surprise together? Give evidence.
I Love Saturdays y domingos Answers Page 232 IT says she visits her Spanish -speaking grandparents on Sundays so she speaks Spanish on Sundays (233) Page 233 Those are in a different language-Spanish. The author wants them to stand out so the reader notices them. Page 234 Same: Both make breakfast for her (234) and both have pets (215) Different: They make different foods (234) Page 234 She loves them and loves spending time with them. Page 235 The author wants to show the cultures of the grandparents are alike even though there are differences. Page 236 I can look at the context. The girl is counting owls. It must be the number. Page 237 She loves them. ON page 236 it says she grew up on a farm and that she is glad to have chickens in her backyard. Page 238 Same: They both bring the girl colorful presents. Different: Grandpa brings her balloons and Abuelita brings a kite. Page 238 No, because if she did, they would proably be with her on her visits to her grandparents. Page 239 A bouquet of flowers Page 240 The story is RF because it tells about events that could really happen. Many children are close to their grandparents. Page 241 The reader gets strong feeling about how happy the girl is about visiting both sets of grandparents. Page 241 It says grandma was proud of her grandmother and her abuelia was proud of her Indian blood and her mama so I think the girl is proud too. Page 242 Grandma makes a doll and a dress in the girl’s favorite colors. Abuelita made a dollhouse and a dress just like the doll’s dress. The presents go together. Page 243 The girl says its her birthday and both sets of grandparents are at her house so I think there will be a birthday party. Page 245 On page 244 it says that Abuelita is holding the rope of the pinata and covering the children’s eyes. Grandpa and Grandma are just watching. Flowers are colorful and a bouquet is a bunch of flowers tied together.
Good-Bye, 382 Shin Dang Dong Close Reading Page 264 In the last paragraph on page 264, what information helps you draw a conclusion about how the narrator feels about moving to the United States? Page 265 Use clues from the story and in the illustrations on page 265 to tell the meaning of monsoon. Page 266 What clues in the text tell you that Jangmi and her parents have very different feelings about moving to America? Page 267 How does the author show ways that life in Korea and American will be different for Jangmi? Page 268 Which words help you understand the mood of the going-away party on page 269? Page 269 Use context clues on page 269 to tell the meaning of the word glum. Page 270 Which event on page 270271 was the hardest for Jamgmi? Why? Page 270 What does Jangmi say when the taxi pulls away from their house? Why do you think she says that? Page 271 How does Jangmi feel about the new house? Use evidence from the text to support your answer. Page 272 Why do you think Jangmi does not want to change her name to Rose? Use evidence from the story. Page 273 How can you tell Jangmi is concerned about adapting to a new culture? Page 274 How do Jangmi’s parents try to make her feel comfortable in their new home? Page 274 Why do you think the authors include references to the address of Jangmi’s new and old home? Page 277 Compare and contrast Jangmi’s first mean in America with the farewell meal she had in Korea. Page 278 Why do you think Jangmi sits under the maple tree? Give details to support your reasoning. Page 279 Why do you think the authors chose to end the story with Jangmi sitting under the tree?
Good-Bye, 382 Shin Dang Dong Answers Page 264 The text says she “frowns” and says that she is going to a “Strange, foreign place. ” She is scared and unhappy about moving. Page 265 The text mentions that monsoon is a season. IT also mentions rain tapping on the window. A monsoon must be a rainy season. Page 266 The first sentence on page 266 says her parents were “very excited. ” Jangmi is upset about moving because she has “no friends. ” Page 267 The weather will be different. Both places have melons, but American will have honeydew instead of the Korean Chummy. Page 268 IN the 2 nd paragraph, the words sad, love, laughter, and tears tell me that this is a sad party. Page 269 The girls are talking about how far apart they will be. This makes them feel sad. Glum means “sad. ” Page 270 I think the hardest event was saying good-bye to Kisuni because Jangmi has no friends in America. Page 270 She says, “good-bye, 382 Shin Dang Dong. ” That must be the address, so she’s saying goodbye to her house. Page 271 She already knows that she is going to feel uncomfortable there because it will be so different from her house in Korea. Page 272 I don’t think she is ready to change anything else in her like. When asked id she wanted to change, she says, “no, I like my name. ” Page 273 She asks her father how she will learn English. She practices saying her English name over and over. Page 274 Her father says the tree outside is “just like the one at home. ” Jangmi’s mother says, “the movers are here. ” Page 274 Her new address stands for her new life in America. Her old address reminds her of Korea. Page 277 Korea: family ate traditional foods and celebrated the family’s move. America: neighbors brought American food to welcome them. The food seemed strange to Jangmi. Page 278 The tree reminds her of the one outside her home in Korea. On page 278 she says, “ maybe I would come to love it as much as out willow tree back home. ” Page 279 In Korea she sat under a tree and talked to her best friend. Jangmi hopes she can soon do the same thing in her new home.