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Farewell to Manzanar Part II – Chapters 12-21
Part II – Chapters The word manzanar is Spanish. What is the English translation of the word? Why was Manzanar so named? What did the trees symbolize for Jeanne? How did life in the camp change after the first year? What activities was Papa doing? What did the residents do to make the camp livable? What does Jeanne say the camp became as the months turned into years. Explain what she meant by this.
Part II – Chapters What would Jeanne have done if she had been told she was free? Why did she say she would act so? How did Jeanne describe ballet before and after the demonstration by the dancer? What was Papa’s reaction when Jeanne said she wanted to be baptized and confirmed Catholic? Why did he react this way? Did Jeanne follow through with her plan? What happened to Woody? How did Jeanne feel about it? Describe the first two Supreme Court cases involving the camps. Describe the Supreme Court case called Ex Parte Endo and the ruling that resulted from it. Include the meaning of habeas corpus and the result of the ruling.
Part II – Chapters Analysis Continue to build on the trait chart for the author, Mama and Papa. (May need to redraw from your discussion notes.)As of chapter 16, identify a trait that describes each. Then find and example, thought or action that demonstrates the trait for each. Mama and papa’s relationship has evolved (by the end of chapter 16). Explain how their relationship has changed and cite two specific examples. Why does Jeanne feel the need to find an extracurricular activity to commit to? What activities does she try? What does this need indirectly reveal about her characterization?
Part II Analysis – due Monday! Add this to your analysis of chapter Though Jeanne and Radine are the best of friends during middle school, and twirling batons in parades thus forming many similar values, their friendship begins to disappear as the girls get older and enter high school. Create a timeline of significant events in lives of both Jeanne and Radine beginning from the first day they met in sixth grade and continuing until Jeanne moves away her senior year. Then write a paragraph explaining how friendships change over time using details from the noel to support your claims.