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Copy/Paste the written assignments in the appropriate sections; add scores in the appropriate blanks. English 11 & English 11 Honors Assignment Worksheet Unit 1 Lesson 2 Name : ___Adriana Pacheco____ Date : 9/20/2016 Value : _____/120 Where will I find this in the package file? What do I do? How much is it worth (teacher will add grade) READING Assignment Lit Log on Tan characters Passage/Character Meaning “My parents made many concessions to allow me to practice. One time I complained that the bedroom I shared was so noisy I couldn’t think. Thereafter, my brothers slept in the living room facing the street. I said I couldn’t finish my rice; my head didn’t work right when my stomach was too full. I left the table with half-finished bowls and nobody complained.” The girl knew her parents put her as their top priority and nobody complained about her doing anything she wasn’t supposed to. She was very valued when she began to play chess competitively. “As I began to play, the boy disappeared, the color ran out of the room, and I saw only my white pieces and his black ones waiting on the other side. A light wind began blowing past my ears. It whispered secrets only I could hear.” This depicts that the girl took the game very seriously and it was her way of escaping the real world. She wasn’t playing it for the fame or just to win. She was playing chess with love and passion. “I came back and approached a man who was observing the game. ‘Want to play?’ I asked him. His face widened with surprise and he grinned as he looked at the box under my arm.” This displays the girl as being brave. Her being only 7/8 years old, going up to an old man she hasn’t talked to before and asked him if he wanted to play chess with her. She also shows that she is outgoing.
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