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COPY ASSIGNMENTS Monday Review for Quiz Read chapters 7 and 8 and answer study questions Tuesday quote responses read chapters 9 and 10 complete vocabulary words Wednesday quotes reponses read chapters 11 and 12 and 13 complete vocabulary words Thursday quotes responses read chapters 13 and 14 and complete vocabulary Friday quotes responses read chapters 15 and complete vocabulary
Vocabulary TEST Tomorrow YOU NEED today Vocabulary handout Character handout Dialectical journal Book open to page 115
Omen (n): A sign for something bad to happen or occur. Voluptuous (adj. ) full of indulgence; gratification Ritual (n) established procedure; something done regularly Berserk (v. ) wild, crazed. Interrogate (n. ) to question with intent Muttered (v. ) to complain, murmur, grumble; speak under one’s breath to avoid being heard. Predicament (n. ) unpleasantly, difficult situation to deal with; dangerous situation
Mundane (n) – common, ordinary, unimaginative Lorraine’s mundane lifestyle of studying and reading science books causes her to be considered boring and uninteresting to other high school kids. infantile (adj. ) – childish, acting in a babyish manner John’s temper tantrums when he is not give what he wants proves that his infantile behaviors are not acceptable. Hovel (n) – a very small house; disorganized home Mr. Pignati’s home has too many small trinkets and left over items from his wife, and this hovel is filthy and messy. Hors d’oeuvres (n) -- a snack before a meal; appetizing foods The spaghetti dinner that Lorraine prepared when she and John were playing house at Mr. Pignati’s offered salad and calamari as hors d’oeuvres.
AFTER QUIZ READ CHAPTER 7 and 8 THEN RESPOND TO THE FOLLOWING QUOTES IN DIALECTICAL JOURNAL WITH A PREDICTION. “Then I found this bill right in with all the jewelry and junk and her Social Security card, and that’s when I knew Conchetta Pignati was not in California. I knew that where Conchetta Pignati was she was never coming back. ” (Ch. 7, p 81)
Chapter 9: choose one quote Choose one of the quotes and RESPOND in 5 sentences…. . “I wasn’t scared of him because we were sort of evenly matched” (9, 101). “Has he got anything worth stealing? ” Norton clarified… (9, 100). “Norton is so low on the scale of evolution he belongs back in the age of the Cro. Magnon man” (9, 99). “He is the type of guy who could grow up to be a killer” (9, 100). “Norton had reached a new peak of ugliness that day with the afternoon sun shining down on him” (9, 101)
Quote: “That was the Pigman, and I knew I’d kill Norton if he tried to hurt the old man” (9, 104).
‘“Bobo’s getting old…. ”’ I heard Mr. Pignati say as I served him a glass fo wine” (10, 109). RESPOND TO THE FOLLOWING QUOTE IN YOUR DIALECTICAL JOURNAL. What events might this quote FORESHADOW for the upcoming chapters?
CHOOSE YOUR OWN QUOTE FROM CHAPTER 10! RESPOND TO THE FOLLOWING QUOTE IN YOUR DIALECTICAL JOURNAL. Write the quote and respond in 3 – 5 sentences
‘“We had to make believe we were your kids, ”’ I explained, and you should have seen him smile” (11, 127). Choose a quote on your own for Chapter 11, and respond in 3 – 5 sentences. RESPOND TO THE FOLLOWING QUOTE IN YOUR DIALECTICAL JOURNAL. Explain why Lorraine and John tell the hospital they are Mr. P’s kids and what is the emotional result?
READ WITH YOUR PARTNER OR ALONE AND FINISH VOCABULARY/JO URNAL/STUDY!!!
1. The title of the novel we are reading is ____________. 2. The boy narrator of the novel is _________. 3. The Pigman is the nickname for the character ___________. 4. Staten Island, New York describes the ________ of the story. 5. The girl narrator is __________. 6. The novel was written by _____________. 7. The author describes this story as an ___________ of his life. 8. The author also held a job as a ____________. 9. Paul Zindel established a new category of literature known as the _________. 10. This novel takes place during the _______ in New York.