THZ Study Guide Part III - Kole Cox - English III Name_Kole Cox The Hot Zone Part III Smashdown INSERTION 1 What is the tone of this story Does it lend

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English III Name: _Kole Cox________ The Hot Zone: Part III - Smashdown INSERTION 1.What is the tone of this story? Does it lend an air of confidence or add to the fright factor? 2.Do you think this story is accurate given what you know? 3.What is the white ambulance and what is in it? 4.Why did the teams wear civilian clothes? 5.Why didn’t the army officials just let the virus kill off all the monkeys? 6.Why would they use a bubble stretcher instead of a regular stretcher? 7.You’re the day care director next door. You’ve seen the news report. Do you stay open or close up shop? 8.Why did Nancy carry extra tape on her uniform? 9.How much time could they have in the suits? 10.Why would they be panicked when they found Dan Dalgard with only a respirator? Is the Army overreacting or are the civilians underreacting? 11.Compare the expedition to Kitum Cave (made by Gene Johnson) to the Reston operation. Were the hazards different? How did the goals of the mission contrast? 12.Why did the monkeys react the way they did to the people in the suits? 13.How did the symptoms of monkeys compare to the Ebola victims? 14.Dalgard runs to his office. What do you think of this reaction? 15.What does Milton Frantig do that upsets Dan? 16.After the care and thorough description of the Army operation, why does the author end this chapter with the frenzied symptoms of Frantig’s illness?A MAN DOWN 1.Compare Frantig’s symptoms with Monet, Musoke, and Peter Cardinal. Given Dalgard’s fears and what you know by now, what would you have said to Frantig?
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