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Read the selections Mike and Mike's Ingenious Idea in the African Notecards

1.  Draw a cartoon which shows the main ideas or plot of the section you just read.



2.  Place the ideas or events in sequental order.



3. Tell about a movie, book or actual event with a similar theme.  Explain how they are related.




4.  Think about characters in the story.  How are any of them the same type of character that you have met in other stories?



5.  Authors work with words.  Look back at the story and how this author used words to make you see, feel and understand the message.


6.  Identify a phrase, why you included it, and why it is effective.




7.  What did the story or selection tell you about the author and her way of looking at life



8.  Authors often write pieces that are a " product of their time".  How is this true of the author or piece?






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