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1 BUD, NOT BUDDY CHAPTERS A JOHN NEWBERY AWARD BOOK IN 2000 WRITTEN BY: CHRISTOPHER PAUL CURTIS

2 THE GREAT DEPRESSION: A-THE-STORY-OF-US/VIDEOS/THE-GREAT- DEPRESSION A-THE-STORY-OF-US/VIDEOS/THE-GREAT- DEPRESSION

3 destiny: 1 the idea of fate or destiny; “…when God closes one door, he opens another…” EXAMPLE SENTENCE: The theme of “Bud, Not Buddy” is destiny. Synonym: fate

4 Deza Malone : 2 a young girl who teaches Bud how to do dishes in the cardboard jungle known as Hooverville. EXAMPLE SENTENCE: Deza gives him very wise advice about how to remember his mother and even gives him his first kiss, telling him she’ll see him seven years just like the characters in the song “Shenandoah.” Synonym: friend; advisor (to Bud in the book)

5 Hooverville: 3 https://bud-not-buddy.wikispaces.com/5-A+Hoovervilles EXAMPLE SENTENCE: Once the Hoovervillagers' side grows to about four hundred men, some of the cops say this fight isn't worth it. Synonym: slum

6 Flint: 4 a city in state of Michigan that is located along the Flint River, 66 miles northwest of Detroit EXAMPLE SENTENCE: Bud lives in Flint, Michigan until he decides to travel to Grand Rapids to find his father.

7 Grand Rapids: 5 a city in state of Michigan that is located on the Grand River about, 25 miles east of Lake Michigan EXAMPLE SENTENCE: The only clue his mother left him was several flyers about a band in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

8 MAP OF ROUTE FROM FLINT, MI TO GRAND RAPIDS, MI ,9z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m13!4m12!1m5!1m1!1s0x882378fba :0xc1853a098e33686b!2m 2!1d !2d !1m5!1m1!1s0x bb502815:0xa593aacb1bd3a8d0!2m2!1d !2d

9 proper: 6 marked by suitability or rightness or appropriateness EXAMPLE SENTENCE: Sometimes it’s terrible to have been brought up proper. Synonym: correct

10 genuine: 7 not fake or counterfeit EXAMPLE SENTENCE: "This knife is genuine solid twenty-four-karat silver.” Synonym: genuine not fake or counterfeit

11 fang: 8 canine tooth of a carnivorous animal; used to seize and tear its prey EXAMPLE SENTENCE: He said, “Bud, if I was a vampire I wouldn’t have to catch little boys, I’d just stick my fangs into one of those bottles and have my supper.“ Synonym:

12 slew: 9 (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent EXAMPLE SENTENCE: We hadn’t been driving for a minute before he started asking a whole slew of questions. Synonym:

13 undergo: 10 pass through EXAMPLE SENTENCE: “Well,” he said, “this may be the first time but unless you undergo some major surgery I’ll bet it won’t be the Synonym:

14 DAY ONE DIRECTIONS FOR ASSIGNMENT (SLIDE 1 IS DONE FOR YOU AS AN EXAMPLE) 1. Read the vocabulary, definition, and sentence to yourself. 2. Highlight the vocabulary word in both the heading and in the context sentence any color that still shows up against the background. 3. Highlight the definition a different color that also shows up well against the background. 4. Do this for all 30 words. 5. What you don’t get done becomes homework. Do NOT to me, yet. Not until after “Day Three” assignment is completed.

15 reputation 11 the general estimation that the public has for a person EXAMPLE SENTENCE: Lefty Lewis said, “Now you stop being so judgmental, Herman’s got a reputation for being no-nonsense, not mean.” Synonym:

16 sprout: 12 put forth and grow sprouts or shoots EXAMPLE SENTENCE: Boy looks like one of George Washington Carver’s experiments sprouted legs and run off. Synonym:

17 scold: 13 show one's unhappiness or critical attitude EXAMPLE SENTENCE: As soon as they were a little bit down the hall I could hear her start in on scolding her father again. Synonym:

18 scrawny: 14 being very thing EXAMPLE SENTENCE: The little girl said, “That’s a strange name, Bud-not-Buddy,” and even though she was kind of young and scrawny to be teasing folks I could tell that that was exactly what she was doing. Synonym:

19 grace: 15 a short prayer of thanks before a meal EXAMPLE SENTENCE: At the Home after grace was said we weren’t allowed to say boo. Synonym:

20 porter: 16 a railroad employee who assists passengers (especially on sleeping cars) EXAMPLE SENTENCE: "My husband is a Pullman porter, he takes care of the people once they’re on the trains.” Synonym:

21 vegetarian: 17 eater of fruits and grains and nuts; someone who eats no meat or fish or (often) any animal products EXAMPLE SENTENCE: "This might be hard to believe, but she used to be such a bad cook that her fried chicken was known to have turned a chicken hawk into a vegetarian.” Synonym:

22 errand: 18 a short trip that is taken in the performance of a necessary task or mission EXAMPLE SENTENCE: Lefty Lewis spent most of the day doing errands all around Flint. Synonym:

23 loathsome: 19 highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust EXAMPLE SENTENCE: First I save you from being eaten by some vampires in Owosso, then you seem to have survived my daughter’s pain-cakes and finally that police officer saves you from the feared and loathsome labor organizers of Detroit! Synonym:

24 dignity: 20 the quality of being worthy of esteem or respect EXAMPLE SENTENCE: "To them if a worker has any dignity or pride he can’t be doing a good job.” Synonym:

25 DAY TWO DIRECTIONS FOR ASSIGNMENT (IF YOU DON’T GET THIS DONE DURING CLASS, IT BECOMES HOMEWORK. TURN IT IN TO THE PURPLE TUB.) 1. Go to this website by highlighting, copying, & pasting this address in your address bar: 2. Listen to the recording by clicking on the sound symbol. 3. Find the word you are working on, on the list and click on it. It will take you to a different page. 4. Read the definition. 5. Open a Word Document. Save as “Vocabulary Definitions” 6. Copy and past the word and the context~definition on a Word Document. 7. Do this for words What you don’t get done becomes homework. 9. me your paper, “Vocabulary Definitions.”

26 sully: 21 place under suspicion or cast doubt upon EXAMPLE SENTENCE: “Well, Bud, I don’t mean to sully your reputation, but you just ran away from that man all the way across the state, I think I’d better hand-deliver you.” Synonym:

27 exaggerate: 22 to enlarge beyond bounds or the truth EXAMPLE SENTENCE: And it didn’t take much listening to tell he was lying, or at least doing some real good exaggerating, just like I do! Synonym:

28 bout: 23 a contest or fight (especially between boxers or wrestlers) EXAMPLE SENTENCE: He said, “My manager goes and lines up a bout against a fighter outta Chicago by the name of Jordan ‘Snaggletooth’ MacNevin.“. Synonym:

29 affection: 24 a positive feeling of liking EXAMPLE SENTENCE: “Shoot, man, seems to me like you should give the man his props, seems to me like you should’ve given the man a whole lot more affection.“ Synonym:

30 fester 25 ripen and generate pus NOTES: The word is used figuratively in this example sentence. Pus is a liquid formed in infected tissue, but the pus here that makes others step back in disgust is the character's nastiness. "Fester" also means "to be a source of irritation" or "to corrupt" so the nastiness could be corrupting the character's tender heart and irritating others. EXAMPLE SENTENCE: The Thug said, “You know cheap’s right up high on the list. But as I was saying, beneath all that festering nastiness is a tender, kind, loving human being.“ Synonyms:

31 lopsided: 26 having one side lower or smaller or lighter than the other EXAMPLE SENTENCE: Mr. Jimmy said, “Well, Grace, to be truthful I did think the boy’s face was a little swole up, but you know how dark it is in the Cabin, and, by God, there are some folks who just naturally have lopsided heads.” Synonym:

32 stampede: 27 a headlong rush of people on a common impulse NOTES: The alliteration (repetition of the d sound) almost makes the sentence seem like a stampede of words rushing out of one's mouth. "Dusky" here means "naturally having skin of a dark color" and a "devastator" is one who causes "extensive destruction" or one who overpowers. EXAMPLE SENTENCE: For a second it looked like a stampede of Dusky Devastators of the Depression, they all jumped up at once and started heading for our table.. Synonym:

33 tremendous: 28 extraordinarily large in size or extent or amount or power or degree EXAMPLE SENTENCE: It was gonna take more than a grouchy old bald-headed guy with a tremendous belly to run me out of here. Synonyms:

34 contaminate : 29 make impure EXAMPLE SENTENCE: “This chemical reacts to turn water contaminated with urine a bright red.“ Synonym:

35 severe : 30 very bad in degree or extent EXAMPLE SENTENCE: The chemical also causes severe burns to the skin of the urinater. Synonym:

36 DAY THREE DIRECTIONS FOR ASSIGNMENT (SLIDE NUMBER 6 IS DONE FOR YOU AS AN EXAMPLE.) (IF YOU DON’T GET THIS DONE DURING CLASS, IT BECOMES HOMEWORK. TURN IT IN TO THE PURPLE TUB.) 1. Go to this website by highlighting, copying, & pasting this address in your address bar: 2. Listen to the recording by clicking on the sound symbol. 3. Find the word you are working on, on the list and click on it. It will take you to a different page. 4. Read all the synonyms and choose one from the list. 5. Type the synonym for each vocabulary word on its corresponding slide. 6. Do this for words What you don’t get done becomes homework. 8. your Power Point to me as soon as you get done. It is late after tomorrow.

37 DAY FOUR DIRECTIONS FOR ASSIGNMENT 7-up Sentences

38 DAY FIVE DIRECTIONS FOR ASSIGNMENT (TURN IN PURPLE TRAY…YOU MUST GET THIS DONE AT SCHOOL. YOU MAY NOT TAKE IT HOME TO WORK ON.) Cloze Activity


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