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“Who Moved My Cheese? for Teens” Critical Vocabulary for 1 st reading, pp. 19-30 “A Gathering” pp. 19-22 three-semester program - this is the change for these 7 friends; it means some of them will have to go to school during the 3 rd semester in the summer. overcrowding - too many students in the school and in classes at one time lousy - bad; this stinks switch - change stuck - (“I’ll be stuck going to school…”) - this will happen to me and it’s bad suspiciously - not trusting bummed - upset, angry maze - puzzle, labyrinth with many dead ends cheesy - a bad joke The Story of Who Moved My Cheese?, pp.25-30 nourish - feed due to their small size - because they were small amazing - surprising possessing - owning instincts - know-how, savvy labyrinth - puzzle, maze corridors - hallways chambers - rooms blind alleys - dead ends trial and error - experimental clouded - not clear nonetheless - it still happened; in spite of that established - made set in - began assumed - accepted, believed secure - safe regarded - looked at; considered feel more at home - feel more comfortable Journal Prompts 1. Who are you most like in “A Gathering” - Chris, Melanie, Peter, Kerry, Ana, Carl or Josh? Why? Or 2. How did Hem and Haw act differently after they found the Cheese at Cheese Station C? Explain your answer.
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“Who Moved My Cheese? for Teens” Critical Vocabulary for 2 nd reading, pp. 31-46 pile of Cheese - small hill of cheese deserve - should get waddle - how a fat person walks arrogance - self-importance sniffed - smelled (“Sniff” is one of the mice - he has a big, powerful nose.) scurried - run fast taking short steps (“Scurry,” the other mouse, could run fast.) inevitable - for sure overanalyze - think too much nodded - to say “yes” with your head took it for granted - assumed it hollered - shouted unprepared - not ready disbelief - not believing tuned everything out - stopped listening Cheddar Lane - street named for
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a type of cheese from England Big Cheese - idiom for the boss or
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