At the beginning of the dr seuss book the sneetches

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13. At the beginning of the Dr. Seuss book The Sneetches, some of the characters show their allegianceby treating others unfairly, based on their appearances.__________________________________________________________________________________________14. The teenagers were transformed for vandalism after tagging the side of the brick building with artistic graffiti. __________________________________________________________________________________________15. The United States donates food to people living in prejudicein other nations.__________________________________________________________________________________________3E Pick the WinnerCircle the word that best fits into the sentence. Then write a sentence below that uses the word you didn’t pick in a meaningful way.1. Olivia did not (possess OR transform)enough money to buy her subway ticket, so I bought it for her. 2. __________________________________________________________________________________________3. Living in (context OR poverty)can be very difficult. 4. __________________________________________________________________________________________24The Word Up Project: Level Green
5. Many customers were disappointed that the jukebox had a (majority OR meager)selection of funk songs. 6. __________________________________________________________________________________________7. It was crucial that the (negotiations OR generations)for a new contract went well, so the workers’ strike would end. 8. __________________________________________________________________________________________9. Teachers love to have a class full of hard-working, (diligent OR prejudice)students. 10. __________________________________________________________________________________________3F Draw the RelationshipIn each grouping of eight words below, draw straight lines between the synonyms (words that mean similar things) and squiggly lines between any antonyms (words that mean nearly opposite things). Every word should have at least one line connected to it. Some may have more.diligentnearby something in the wayremotedisloyallazyobstacleallegiance1keep the same transformmajorityput on trial less than half make or create generateprosecute2discrimination meager rich out of orderprejudice chronologicalmany poverty3generate negotiate to have or owncontextpossessbackground or frameworkreach a dealdestroy425Unit 3
3G Understanding What You ReadRead the passage below. Then answer the questions.Apartheid was a system of separating or segregating races from one another in the country of South Africa. It was an institution that existed for many years, since it was backed by laws. To provide some context chronologically, it started in the year 1948, and it was finally dissolved in the year 1994, when the South African government held its first truly democratic elections. Prior to 1994, the system prevented black people from having the opportunity to vote in all elections. It was a system based on prejudice, in which the white minority tried to control the black majority. Blacks were only allowed to vote in remote regions called Bantustans. Many black people lived and worked in the “white” regions in the country, which had better land for farming. Still, they were still not able to vote there. Black citizens could only vote in the “black” regions. There were other obstacles for blacks in South Africa as well. The education provided in all “black” schools was worse than the education provided in all “white” schools. Without a voice in the government or the right to vote, black South Africans could not transform the

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