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Name ____________________________________ Points Earned ___________ Class Period ______________________ Points Possible __________ from Of Plymouth Plantation” by William Bradford Read the selection from the historical account Of Plymouth Plantation by William Bradford with your group. Then, reread the lines indicated with each question below. Answer each question, citing textual evidence. Write in complete sentences. Be prepared to share out with the class. Chapter IX 1. Lines 1–5: Paraphrase, or state in your own words, what Bradford is trying to communicate in the first sentence. 2. Lines 6–18: What is Bradford’s central idea, or theme? 3. Lines 19–24: How does the use of passive voice affect the meaning of these lines? 4. Lines 29–33: Identify examples of archaic language in these lines. What word substitutions using current vocabulary might make the sentence’s meaning easier to understand? 5. Lines 47–56: Determine the central idea of these lines. 6. Lines 60–62: What do these lines reveal about Bradford’s purpose?
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