-Why are the numbers of salmon decreasing? (A) the Yup’ik are catching too many of them (B) incidental fishing by Russian and Japanese ships (C) it’s a mystery (D) the Fish & Game Department won’t say
-Joseph decides his error was letting …
(A) a white person help him with the troopers (B) his cousin annoy him (C) too many lies happen (D) his anger consume him
-What are two ways Yup’ik show respect for the animals they hunt? -Why are pilings necessary in the village? Explain.
-Joseph shows appreciation for the opportunity Mr. Townsend has given him. (T/F)
DUAL ENTRY JOURNAL
> Focus of entries is on character
"Your task throughout this novel is to collect quotes which reveal aspects of our novel’s characters." > Includes example entry > Directions state one entry per chapter (16), but teacher can dictate quantity and quality of entries as well
> Includes cover page and example entry from the novel
> 4 pages
<>Resources designed for struggling learners. Great modified resource for struggling learners. Novel workbook comprehension questions are not all higher order thinking (a few are); they are roughly 7th grade level.
"Growing up in an Eskimo village, Joseph struggles against changes that endanger his traditional way of life. Fueled by resentment of his long-absent father, his anger and hatred intensify until a brush with death forces him to confront all that threatens to destroy him."