Copy_of_Marigolds_reading_check - MARIGOLDS Copy Master Reading Check Directions Recall the events in Eugenia Collier\u2019s short story Answer the

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MARIGOLDS: Copy Master Reading Check Directions: Recall the events in Eugenia Collier’s short story. Answer the questions using complete sentences, the R.A.C.E. Strategy. 1. How are Miss Lottie’s marigolds different from their surroundings? R A C E 2. What does Lizabeth lead the other children in doing? R A C E 3. How does Lizabeth feel when she returns from Miss Lottie’s house? R Lizabeth feel ashamed and guilty when she returns to Ms. Lottie’s house. A She feels guilty and ashamed because of what she did in the past as a 15 year old and now as an adult looking back at it, she still has thoughts about what she did and what she knows she shouldn’t have done. C In line 187, it says, “I did not join the merriment when the kids gathered again under the oak in our bare yard. Suddenly I was ashamed, and I did not like being
ashamed. The child in me sulked and said it was all in fun, but the woman in me flinched at the thought of the malicious attack that I had led. E With this quote, it states that she is having second thoughts about doing what she did to Ms. Lottie’s house. 4. Why does Lizabeth destroy Miss Lottie’s marigolds? R A C E 5. How does Lizabeth feel when Miss Lottie sees the destroyed marigolds? R A C E

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