Globe Stories of Surprise and Wonder Txc 92c
In less than one class period, students can easily finish short pieces that include traditional tales and myths of the Americas and the Caribbean, famous heroes and infamous villains like King Arthur and Jesse James, and original stories of incredible feats - many based on real-life disasters such as the Titanic and Hurricane Andrew. Students also explore plays drawing on diverse individuals and events from history, classic science, and fiction.
Interest Level: 6-12Reading Level: 3-8
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Infer. 6. Genevieve's attitude toward Renee Weston can best be described by the
word (a) hate (b) envy (c) love 7. "It was about ten minutes later that the
impossible happened." A word in this sentence that does not really mean what it
says is ...
Infer. 7. The doctor in the story clearly believes that (a) the mind influences the
body (b) most medicines are without value (c) all sick persons should be put in a
hospital 8. The author suggests that Sue and Johnsy (a) are very rich (b) ...
Infer. 6. It is very important to the story that Esther never (a) washes herself (b)
speaks (c) eats 7. Near the end of the story is the sentence, "But she [Esther]
wanted to do it more than anything in the world." In this sentence the word it
means (a) ...