HOPE WAS HERE
Review your RESPONSE JOURNAL entries for Chapter 13.
Watch for new vocabulary that is used to enhance the story.
Notice how Hope copes with her emotional roller coaster.
Describe the new character who is stubborn in food and politics.
Math connection (p. 129, top): Can you calculate how much a grilled American cheese sandwich on white would cost?
List the vocabulary words in your RESPONSE JOURNAL and define them:
absurdity p. 136
nauseous p. 137
Discuss or role play these questions:
How does Hope show love, compassion, and determination?
Who does Hope find out is coming for a visit?
Why is Hope interviewed by a reporter?
What does she have to say?
What is the reporter's comment when he asks Hope's name?
What tough question does the reporter ask?
What does Braverman reveal about his own father?
What compliment does he give Hope?
What suggestion does he give her?
In turn, Hope shares a secret with Braverman.
What is it? What is his reaction?
Braverman makes Hope's "heart flip" when he says what?
Enhanced Reading and Teaching Guide by Robert C. Bergstrom
Copyright 2002 Robert C. Bergstrom