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23 Cards in this Set

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anarchy
a state of lawness
barrage
an onslaught of heavy fire of weapons
condolences
pity of comiseration
consultations
meetings with the intent of discussing a topic
defective
having a flaw
dehydrate
to dry out
demented
crazy
freeloading
to take advantage of
gibberish
speech that isnt understandable
immune
resistant to
imperfect
unsatisfactory or lacking
juncture
a moment or point in time
lobotomy
operation involving cutting of the brain
mockingly
done with sarcasm
monologue
a dramatic speech done by one person
obscene
not appropriate
ponder
to think about
pristine
pure
reamed
to tell off
ruckus
commotion
1rst question: name and question
Initial understanding: What are your thoughts and questions about the story? You may reflect on characters, the title or other ideas in the story.
2nd question: name and question
Developing an interpretation: How does the main character change from the beginning of the story to the end? What do you think causes the change?
3rd question: name and question
Making a connection: What does the story say about people in general? in what ways does it remind you of people you have known or experiences you have had? You may also write about stories you have read, works of art, or TV shows you have seen.