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Yes, you need your journal.
The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle Pages
In your Journal Need to record a minimum of five events or details that describe Charlotte’s character. Example: Charlotte is left on the dock with the luggage, while Mr. Grummage goes to speak with the captain of the Seahawk. (15 – 17) In this scene Charlotte is shown as an obedient young lady who follows directions from a man just as she follows all the directions from her father.
Words that could be used obedientgenerousrole-model well-manneredwell-behavedtruthful disobedientclass-conscioussnobbish arrogantviolent helpfullight-hearted
After Recording Charlotte’s Five Traits On the Charlotte Doyle page of your journal: 1. Label this Charlotte Doyle Character Traits pages 15 – write one sentence describing Charlotte Doyle. Make sure you use the adjectives that you selected to describe her character traits.
Partner Read pages With your partner: answer these questions in your journal. Place the answers in the journal section titled: The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle. 1.Who tells Charlotte that everyone needs a final friend? 2.Who gives Charlotte the knife and how does she react? 3.On page 28, Who is talking outside Charlotte’s cabin and what did they discuss? 4.Review pages 30-31, why doesn’t Charlotte believe she should be on the ship? 5.What does Captain Jaggery tell the crew? 6.How does Captain Jaggery treat Charlotte? Be specific.