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Hilltop Elementary Fourth Grade Ms. Martin & Mrs. Meranto “Rikki Tikki Tavi”
Lifelines 1- “Ask the audience” 2- “Phone a friend” 3- “50/50”
A:B: Bad illnessPoisionous snake #1- $100 The man caught a cobra. What is a cobra? C:D: Song birdLarge cat w/ spots
B- poisionous snake
A:B: openedlooked #2- $200 Art plunged into the lake. What is plunged? C:D: divedwalked
A:B: Victory or successLoss or defeat #3- $300 Our game ended in triumph. How did the game end? C:D: A tie scoresadness
A- victory or success.
A: wound around something B: Slid away slowly #4- $500 The snake coiled itself. What did the snake do? C:D: unfolded Shed its skin
A- wound around something.
A:B: Bad tempered.Having fleas. #5- $1,000 Terry’s dog was lame. What was Terry’s dog? C:D: Expecting puppies soon. Not able to walk right.
D- not able to walk.
A:B: A snakeA muskrat #6- $2,000 What kind of animal is a Chuchundra? C:D: A ratA mongoose
B- a muskrat
A:B: He and Nagina can move in A mongoose can live in the garden again #7- $4,000 Nag believes that if he can rid the house of people then - C:D: Rikki-Tikki will leaveHe can be crowned king
C- Rikki Tikki will leave
A:B: Take a drink.Catch Rikki Tikki. #8- $8,000 Nag waits by the water jar to_______. C:D: Save the eggs.Attack the man.
D- attack the man
A:B: Make Nagaina angry.Trick Nagaina. #9- $16,000 Darzee’s wife pretends her wing is broken in order to… C:D: Lead the boy into a trap. Save Rikki-tikki.
B- trick Nagaina.
A:B: Cobras a very dangerous. Most cobras can sing. #10- $32,000 What can you tell about cobras in the story ________. C:D: Baby cobras eat melon. Adult cobras don’t bite children.
A- cobras are very dangerous.
A:B: She is a better singer.She has a broken wing. #11- $64,000 How is Darzee’s wife different from Darzee? C:D: She is smarter.She is not as brave.
C- She is smarter.
A:B: Destroying her eggs.Eating melons. #12- $125,000 When Nagaina goes up to the porch, Rikki-tikki is __________. C:D: Looking for Nag.Waiting by the bathroom drain.
A- destroying her eggs.
Stupid. A:B: Careless. #13- $250,000 Which word best describes Nagaina? C:D: Hateful.shy
A: B: Having a friend. Keeping Teddy safe. #14- $500,000 What was the most important thing to Rikki-tikki? C:D: Sleeping in the house. Playing tricks on snakes.
B- keeping Teddy safe.
A:B: A cobra lays her eggs in the garden. A bird sings loudly. #15- $1,000,000 What part of this story could not really happen? C:D: A mongoose kills a snake. Animals talk to people.
D- Animals talk to people.
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Genre: Classic Fiction Author’s Purpose – Entertainment Reading Skill: Plot, Drawing Conclusions, Foreshadowing Compiled by Terry Sams, PiedmontTerry Sams.
Rikki-tikki-tavi By: Rudyard Kipling Characters RRRRikki-tikki is a mongoose HHHHe is quick witted.
Genre: Classic Fiction Author’s Purpose – Entertainment Reading Skill: Drawing Conclusions.
Genre: Classic Fiction Author’s Purpose: Entertainment Ms. Chara.
RIKKI TIKKI TAVI REVIEW
How do Rikki’s actions reveal his character?. In this lesson you will learn how to determine a character’s traits by examining his/her actions across.
Remember, each scene should be building the intensity of the conflict and leading to the climax.
Hilltop Elementary Mrs. Kackley / Mrs. Coliadis Grade 3 Reading “Turtle Bay”
How does Rudyard Kipling develop and contrast different
Cobra A big, scary snake coiled Wound around into a pile or a curl lame Threw with force into somethingplunged Unable to walk properly Victory; success.
The people Look for some people. Write it down. By the water
Brooke Jones. A point of view in which the narrator KNOWS ALL about the characters in a story.
Most students will find the story suspenseful and exciting because of Rikki’s battles with the deadly snakes.
Vocab #6 Rikki-Tikki-Tavi Part 2. Impotent Impotent (adj) Powerless Teddy felt impotent as he watched Nagaina approach him on the veranda with the murderous.
Turn in your character trading card with the rough draft bule paper to your group folder. Take home Vocabulary Unit 2 in your Tuesday Folder.
LR 3.6 Americas Seventh Grade ELA Initiative Lesson.
Knowledge Comprehension Application Analysis Exit.
Rikki-tikki-tavi Rudyard Kipling Objectives: R7.B – Students will interpret relationships among characters, setting, plot, and theme in fiction R7.A
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