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1 Passage to Freedom By: Ken Mochizuki Courage Theme 1, Selection 2, Day 1 Taught By: Mr. Williams

2 Courage Is Something Everyone Has Inside Them Comprehension Skill: Making Judgments Do you agree of Son Ca’s definition of courage? Why or why not? Do you agree that fleeing to America was the best solution for the family? Why or why not? Do you think the treatment of Son Ca’s family by the Communists in Vietnam was fair? Explain.

3 Decision

4 Diplomat

5 Government

6 Permission

7 Refugees

8 Superiors

9 Visas

10 Embraced

11 Key Emigration Vocabulary decision –A–A choice that involves judgment. diplomat –A–A person appointed to represent his or her government in relations with other governments. government –T–The body or organization that manages a nation. permission –T–The necessary approval to do something. refugees –P–People who flee their homes in order to escape harm. superiors –T–Those who have higher rank or more authority than others. visas –D–Documents that give people permission to travel to a specific country. embraced –H–Hugged

12 Passage to Freedom Facts from the selection Own Values and Experiences Judgment What kind of person is Mr. Sugihara? He sees a sad needy child in a store with no money. So, he gives the child some money I think people should always help those who are less fortunate. I donate blankets to homeless children in the winter time. Mr. Sugihara has done a great thing. He has shown himself to be an honest, compassionate, and loyal person. Is Mr. Sugihara’s decision right or wrong? First he will only write a few visas. Then we decides to write them for everyone alone to be safe. I think you always have to make a choice between what is easy and what is right. You should always choose what is right even if it is hard. Mr. Sugihara’s values are excellent. Giving the refugees visas was very noble and brave. What kind of person is Hiroki’s mother? She says they must think about others before themselves. She encourages her husband when he is too tired to go on. I think it is important to be unselfish. I try to think of the needs of those around me in small and big ways. Hiroki’s Mother because she puts others before herself.

13 Decoding: Multi-Syllabic Words What is Syllabification?1sonwar2fa/thervi/sas3per/mis/siondip/lo/mat

14 Vocabulary: Dictionary Guide Words The words listed in a diction are are called entry words. These words are arranged in alphabetical order. Guide words usually appear at the top of a dictionary page to help locate entry words. gate - gauge outrage - outstandingrocket - roll gardenoutsideroad gatheroutroller gearouttakerole

15 Passage to Freedom By: Ken Mochizuki Courage Theme 1, Selection 2, Day 2 Taught By: Mr. Williams

16 Key Emigration Vocabulary decision –A–A choice that involves judgment. diplomat –A–A person appointed to represent his or her government in relations with other governments. government –T–The body or organization that manages a nation. permission –T–The necessary approval to do something. refugees –P–People who flee their homes in order to escape harm. superiors –T–Those who have higher rank or more authority than others. visas –D–Documents that give people permission to travel to a specific country. embraced –H–Hugged

17 Passage to Freedom With your Suit partner, discuss questions 1-7 on page 66 of your text. You may look back in your text if you need to. When you're finished begin thinking about the following questions. Where did the challenge take place? What challenge did the main character face? In what ways does the main character show change? What do you think the main character learns from his experience?

18 Comprehension Strategy: Character Mapping Using a Character Map like the one below to analyze and evaluate Chiune Sugihara. Chiune Sugihara Who was he? Where was he born? Where was he during WWII? Why did people need his help? What was the conflict that he faced. Why is he remembered?

19 Syllabification 1 2 3 understand und/er/stand un/ders/tand un/der/stand celebration cele/ bra/tion ce/le/bra/tion cel/e/bra/tion refugee ref/u/gee ref/ug/ee re/fu/gee diplomat dip/lo/mat di/plo/mat dip/lom/at stamping st/amp/ing stamp/ing sta/mping

20 Vocabulary: Dictionary Guide Words The words listed in a diction are are called entry words. These words are arranged in alphabetical order. Guide words usually appear at the top of a dictionary page to help locate entry words. approval - aqua flea - flightsopping - sound approximatelyflashsort appearfledsouth arcfloatsoot

21 Passage to Freedom By: Ken Mochizuki Courage Theme 1, Selection 2, Day 3 Taught By: Mr. Williams

22 Key Emigration Vocabulary decision –A–A choice that involves judgment. diplomat –A–A person appointed to represent his or her government in relations with other governments. government –T–The body or organization that manages a nation. permission –T–The necessary approval to do something. refugees –P–People who flee their homes in order to escape harm. superiors –T–Those who have higher rank or more authority than others. visas –D–Documents that give people permission to travel to a specific country. embraced –H–Hugged

23 Making Judgments What was important to Nelson Mandela as a young man? What facts from the passage reveal his values as a young man? What words would you use to describe Nelson Mandella? Why did you choose those words to describe him? How have your experiences and beliefs helped you to make judgments about his character? What facts from the passage support your choices?

24 Vocabulary: Dictionary Guide Words The words listed in a diction are are called entry words. These words are arranged in alphabetical order. Guide words usually appear at the top of a dictionary page to help locate entry words. trivia - tropic oriental - originalice - identical trumposmosisimply triporigamiideal tromboneotterimprovement

25 Comprehension Strategy: Cause and Effect Using a Multi-Flow Map, choose an important event in the story and give three actual or possible causes and effects of that event.

26 Passage to Freedom By: Ken Mochizuki Courage Theme 1, Selection 2, Day 4 Taught By: Mr. Williams

27 Key Emigration Vocabulary decision –A–A choice that involves judgment. diplomat –A–A person appointed to represent his or her government in relations with other governments. government –T–The body or organization that manages a nation. permission –T–The necessary approval to do something. refugees –P–People who flee their homes in order to escape harm. superiors –T–Those who have higher rank or more authority than others. visas –D–Documents that give people permission to travel to a specific country. embraced –H–Hugged

28 A Mother’s Courage With your suit partner, read pages 68-71 from your text using the skills mentions in the yellow column on the left of page 68. When you are finished discuss these questions with your partner. What helped Monique and her parents survive? What happened to Monique’s aunt and cousin after her uncle Jacques was shot by the Nazis? Compare and contrast the stories about Monique’s family and the Sugihara Family. What did Monique’s mother do to make sure that her children would survive. Why do you think Monique doesn’t talk about her feelings.

29 In the News Choose one of the Newspaper articles available and on a piece of notebook paper, answer the following questions about the article you chose. What is the article about? Where and when is the article talking about? Why did it happen and why is this important? Who is the article about?

30 Word Sort CountriesGovernment Occupations SuperiorsWords that mean “giving permission” Sort the words below into the four above categories. diplomatmanagerambassadorAmerica JapanconsulGermanygo ahead bossLithuaniarepresentativeteacher consentauthorizationsupervisoracquiescence CountriesGovernment Occupations SuperiorsWords that mean “giving permission” Japandiplomatbossconsent Lithuaniaconsulmanagerauthorization Germanyambassadorsupervisorgo ahead Americarepresentativeteacheracquiescence

31 Passage to Freedom By: Ken Mochizuki Courage Theme 1, Selection 2, Day 5 Taught By: Mr. Williams

32 When You Are Finished After you finish your Weekly Skills Test: 1.Make sure your name, date, and assignment are written clearly on the top left of the paper. 2.Turn your test paper to me and put your answer key in the reading basket. 3.Finish your Mountain Language. 4.Read a book of your choice.


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