8th Grade Summer Reading Assignment The Pact - Reading Assignment#1 The Pact By Drs Sampson Davis George Jenkins and Rameck Hunt Mandatory Summer

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Reading Assignment #1: The Pact By Drs. Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt Mandatory Summer Reading Assignment The Pact By: Drs. Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt
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This first assignment is broken down into four segments. You will be graded based on each completed segment. ALL work should be completed in your Guided Reading Tool Book, which has been provided for you in this envelope. Segment 1: Pre-reading Activities Segment 2: During Reading Reader’s Response Questions Segment 3: After Reading Culminating Activities Segment 4: Final Reflections If you should have any questions, feel free to email me at [email protected] . I will check my email at least once a day everyday this summer. Segment 1 Pre-reading Activities Direction: Before reading the book, complete the following activities. Make sure to answer all questions in your Guided Reading Tool Book. 1. Look at the book cover. Answer the following questions:
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a.What did you notice first about the book cover? b. What does it imply about the plot of the book? c.What is written on the front cover besides the title and theauthors’ name? Do these words create any type of anticipation? d. Is there anything about the lettering that makes an impression on you? Why or why not? e.Read the back cover. Does the synopsis and reviews make you want to read the book? Why or why not? 2. Answer the following questions: a.What is the definition of success? Do you agree or disagree with this definition? b. What does is take to become successful? 3. Create a spider web. Label the inside Successful People. Who do you think is successful? Why are they successful? 4. Read the Epilogue located at the end of the novel. Write down what parts of it you think are most important. Why? Explain your choices. Please choose at least 6 pieces.
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5. Concept Definition Map: Create a word map using the word “PACT” as your concept. Consider what you wrote in your previous questions. Complete your map by writing your own definition of the word. Your definition of the word PACT: Segment 2 During Reading Activities Directions: The following discussion questions and activities should be completed during your Concept: PACT Characteristic Characteristic Example Example Example Characteristic Example Example Example Example
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reading. My suggestion: read the questions first and be aware of what they’re asking. Every two chapters, return to the questions to see which ones you can answer. They do not have to be listed in order in your guided reading tool book; please, just make sure to mark which question you are answering. Make sure to answer all of the questions in complete sentences and cite examples from the novel. 1. As you read The Pact , identify positive and negative influences Sam, Rameck, and George lived with while growing up in Newark.
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