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1 2 nd Semester Exam Review for English an International Approach

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3 A Lucky Day Man carries a heavy jiggeh with a basket of rice. Jiggeh made of woven straw. Tree-ear is just looking at the man’s jiggeh which makes Tree-ear even hungrier The jiggeh has a hole and the rice is trickling out. Tree-ear wrestles with his thoughts, should he take the rice, or tell the man about the hole? He tells the man about the hole in the basket. The man is rueful that he wasn’t patient enough to fix his basket properly. He tells Tree-ear to fetch some leaves to fix the hole. 6/P

4 A Lucky Day The man lets Tree-ear have the fallen rice. “One good deed deserves another, boy.” He remembers Crane-man’s words: “Work gives a man dignity, stealing takes it away.” Crane-man lives under a bridge with Tree-ear. They forage through the rubbish to survive. 6/P

5 A Lucky Day Tree-ear forages through the rubbish heap to survive. (12 years old, lives with Crane-man under a bridge). Tree-ear sees a man carrying a jiggeh with a basket made of woven straw full of rice. The rice is falling out of a hole in the basket. Tree-ear wrestles with his thoughts, should he tell the man about the hole or not? Tree-ear tells the man, the man tells Tree-ear to go and “fetch” some leaves. The man fixes his basket and lets Tree-ear have the fallen rice, saying, “One good deed deserves another.” 6/R

6 A Lucky Day Tree-ear remembers Crane-man’s words, “Work gives a man dignity, stealing takes it away.” 6/R

7 A Lucky Day Tree-ear (12 year old boy who lives with Crane- man under a bridge and forages through the rubbish heap to survive), sees a man with a jiggeh and a basket of rice. The rice is trickling out of the basket. Tree-ear wrestles with his thoughts, should he tell the man or take the fallen rice? He tells the man and tells Tree-ear to “fetch” some leaves to fix his basket. He laughs ruefully because he wasn’t patient enough to fix his basket properly before. 6/S

8 A Lucky Day He tells the man and tells Tree-ear to “fetch” some leaves to fix his basket. He laughs ruefully because he wasn’t patient enough to fix his basket properly before. The man says to Tree-ear, “One good deed deserves another” and lets Tree-ear pick up the fallen rice. Tree-ear remembers Crane-man’s words, “Work gives a man dignity, stealing takes it away.” 6/S

9 A Lucky Day Tree-ear is a 12 year old orphan child who forages in the rubbish heap and lives with an old man named Crane-man. He sees a man carrying rice in a basket attached to a jiggeh. The rice is falling out of a hole in the basket. He wrestles with his thoughts, should he tell the man or just take the rice? He decides to tell the man. The man laughs ruefully because he wasn’t patient enough to fix his basket properly. 6/T

10 A Lucky Day The man tells Tree-ear to “fetch” some leaves to fix the basket. The man lets Tree-ear pick up the fallen rice saying, “One good deed deserves another.” Tree-ear remembers Crane-man’s words: “Work gives a man dignity, stealing takes it away.” 6/T

11 A Lucky Day Tree-ear sees a man carrying rice in his jiggeh. Tree-ear sees the rice trickling out of the basket. Tree-ear wrestles with his thoughts, should he pick up the rice or tell the man about the hole? Tree-ear tells the man about the hole. The man laughed ruefully because he wasn’t patient enough to fix the basket correctly before. The man tells T-e to “fetch some leaves.” The man fixes the hole and lets T-e have the rice that has fallen out because “One good deed deserves another.” 6/U

12 A Lucky Day Tree-ear remembers Crane-man’s words: “Work gives a man dignity, stealing takes it away.” Tree-ear: 12 year old boy who forages through the rubbish heaps to survive. Crane-man: old man who lives with Tree-ear under a bridge. 6/U

13 T.A.S.K. T.A.S.K. The Abandoned Street Kids (of Brazil) They help homeless street kids in Rio de Janiero They set up homes for these kids. They run “ecotours” to raise money for the homes. They have farms to teach the kids farming and to raise food for the homes. David’s Diary: First day: arrives in a jeep and cut undergrowth with a machete. David carries away barrows full of stuff. Second Day: they grow bananas which only give fruit once in their lives. David plants new banana plants and tries to not be bit by poisonous spiders. 6/P

14 T.A.S.K. The Abandoned Street Kids (of Brazil) An organization that helps street kids in Rio de Janeiro. It builds homes for them and has a farm, Epsom College Farm to train the boys in farming and raise food and money to start new houses. Has “ecotours” where volunteers come and help on the farm for their holiday…a humanitarian experience. David’s Diary, 1 st day: cutting back undergrowth with a machete, carries away a lot of leaves and stuff. 2 nd day, carries a lot of manure for the new banana plants (bananas trees only produce 1 bunch of bananas in their lifetime). 6/R

15 T.A.S.K. The Abandoned Street Kids (of Brazil) The set up homes for street kids in Rio de Janeiro. They have farms to train the boys in farming and they offer “ecotours” for volunteers to help with the planting of banana trees (which only have one bunch of fruit in their lifetime). The name of the farm is Epsom College Farm. David’s Diary, day 1: helps clear the undergrowth with a machete and carries away lots of leaves and stuff with a barrow. Day 2: Carries manure and tries to not let the poisonous spiders bite him. 6/S

16 T.A.S.K. What is important about T.A.S.K. is the humanitarian adventure: helping people with your time and money. 6/S

17 T.A.S.K. The Abandoned Street Kids (of Brazil). This group helps and builds homes for homeless kids. They have a farm to teach the boys farming and to raise food for the homes. They have “ecotours” on this farm, bringing richer people to the farm to help and to give them a chance to see the world with different eyes. David’s Diary: Day 1 6/T

18 T.A.S.K. The Abandoned Street Kids (of Brazil) They have homes for street children in Rio de Janeiro. They have “ecotours” to raise money and supplies for the homes, especially to build a home for 7-11 year old boys and girls and a home for teenage girls. They harvest fruits and vegetables and teach the boys from the homes how to farm. David’s Diary: 1 st day they cleared the underbrush with machetes. 6/U

19 T.A.S.K. 2 nd day: carried bags of manure for the new banana plants because banana plants only give fruit once in their lives. Had to be careful not to be bitten by the poisonous spiders. The boys on the farm help the “ecotourists.” Epsom College Farm is the name of the farm. They can bathe in the waterfalls. 6/U

20 The Red Rooster An elder brother who inherits everything from his father except the red rooster with fine feathers. This brother is proud and selfish, he never invites his younger brother to his house and he never shares anything with him. The younger brother is a good and kind hearted person who doesn’t complain about his older brother. The older brother has a party but doesn’t invite the younger brother. The older brother gets ill. They call the medicine man who says he must eat a rooster with fine feathers to get well. 6/P

21 The Red Rooster The younger brother gives him the rooster and the older brother gets well. He has another party but doesn’t invite his brother. The older brother starts growing feathers. The elders and the medicine man tells him he is cursed because he has been greedy and selfish. He must ask forgiveness from his younger brother. 6/P

22 The Red Rooster He has another party but doesn’t invite his brother. The older brother starts growing feathers. The elders and the medicine man tells him he is cursed because he has been greedy and selfish. He must ask forgiveness from his younger brother. The younger brother forgives the elder brother and the elder brother’s feathers fall off. After that the elder brother shares his property with his younger brother and they live in harmony together. 6/P

23 The Red Rooster There are 2 brothers. The elder brother is greedy and selfish. He inherits everything from his father except a rooster with fine red feathers. This is the only thing the younger brother gets. The older brother has a party (feast) but he doesn’t invite his brother. The older brother gets ill, calls the medicine man who tells him he must eat a rooster with fine red feathers. His wife asks for the younger brother’s rooster and the younger brother gives it to him. He eats the rooster and gets better, gives another feast but still doesn’t invite his younger brother. 6/R

24 The Red Rooster The elder brother starts to grow feathers. The elders of the village and the medicine man tell him he is very selfish and greedy, he must apologize to his brother. He apologizes and the younger brother forgives him and the feathers. The feathers fall off and the older brother shares his property with his brother and becomes a good, kind man. 6/R

25 The Red Rooster There are 2 brothers the elder brother is rich he inherited everything from his father except the rooster with fine red feathers, which went to the younger brother. The elder brother gave parties but never invited his younger brother. The younger brother doesn’t complain, he is kind-hearted. The older brother gets ill, the medicine man said he had to eat a red rooster to get well. His wife gets the red rooster from the younger brother. He eats the rooster and gets well. He has another feast but doesn’t invite his brother. 6/S

26 The Red Rooster The older brother gets ill, the medicine man said he had to eat a red rooster to get well. His wife gets the red rooster from the younger brother. He eats the rooster and gets well. He has another feast but doesn’t invite his brother. He starts to grow feathers. The elders and the medicine man tell him he was selfish and greedy. He must apologize to his brother. He apologizes, and the younger brother forgives him. His feathers fall off and, he shares his property equally with his brother. They live happily ever after. 6/S

27 The Red Rooster There are two brothers. The elder brother inherits everything except the rooster with fine red feathers. The elder brother is selfish and greedy, the younger brother is helpful and kindhearted. The elder brother has a party (feast) but he doesn’t invite his younger brother. Later he becomes ill so the medicine man says he will only get well if he eats a red rooster. His wife goes and gets his younger brother’s rooster. He eats it and gets well, and has another feast, but he still doesn’t invite his brother. Suddenly he starts to grow feathers. 6/T

28 The Red Rooster Later he becomes ill so the medicine man says he will only get well if he eats a red rooster. His wife goes and gets his younger brother’s rooster. He eats it and gets well, and has another feast, but he still doesn’t invite his brother. Suddenly he starts to grow feathers. The medicine man and elders come and tell him to apologize to his brother for being selfish and greedy. The younger brother forgives his older brother and the feathers fall off. The elder brother shares his property equally with his younger brother, and he becomes a good person, like the younger brother. 6/T

29 The Red Rooster There is an elder brother who is greedy and selfish, has lots of crops, but he doesn’t share anything with his younger brother. The younger brother only inherited a red rooster with fine feathers from his father. The older brother got everything else. The elder brother gave a party (feast) at harvest time, but he doesn’t invite the younger brother. The elder brother gets ill. The medicine man says he must eat a rooster with fine feathers to get well. The elder brother’s wife runs to the younger brothers house and asks for their red rooster. 6/U

30 The Red Rooster The younger brother is kind-hearted and gives his only rooster to help the older brother. The older brother gets well after eating the rooster. He has a feast again but doesn’t invite his brother. At the party the older brother begins to grow feathers. The medicine man and the elders of the village tell him he must apologize to his brother to get well. He apologizes and the younger brother forgives him. So, the older brother shares his property equally with his younger brother and they live in harmony. 6/U

31 I’d Like to Squeeze The writer wants to change the world into a new shape because he wants equality, justice and he wants the world’s resources to be shared equally. He is not happy with the things happening in the world today such as hunger, war etc. Simile: “squeeze the world like a tube of toothpaste.” Repetition: “I’d like to squeeze” 6/P

32 I’d Like to Squeeze I’d Like to Squeeze a poem about sharing the world’s resources equally. He uses repetition, “I’d like to squeeze” and simile, “like a tube of toothpaste.” He wants to change the world, change it’s “shape” and make it “fair and square.” 6/R

33 I’d Like to Squeeze A poem about sharing the world’s resources equally. He wants to change the shape of the world from round to “fair and square.” He uses repetition and simile “like a tube of toothpaste.” 6/S

34 I’d Like to Squeeze I’d Like to Squeeze is a poem about sharing the world’s resources EQUALLY. The writer uses repetition “I’d like to squeeze” and simile “like a tube of toothpaste.” He wants to change the “shape” of the world and make it “fair and square.” 6/T

35 I’d Like to Squeeze The writer wants to squeeze the world until it is fair for everyone—this would be a new shape, fair and SQUARE. Some countries use a lot more energy than other countries, this means that the world’s resources are not used fairly or equally. The writer passionately wants to squeeze and squeeze (that’s why he uses repitition) the world until everyone has an equal share. Simile: “squeeze this round world like a tube of toothpaste. 6/U

36 Toro, Toro Antonito: a young boy in Spain during the Spanish Civil war in Chica: Antonito’s horse. Paco: Antonito’s bull. Antonito wants to take Paco away to save him from dying in the bullfights. In the middle of the night Antonito goes to the bull corral with Chica and opens the gate and frees all the bulls because bulls stay together (herd animals). All the bulls start running towards Antonito and he is knocked out. 6/P

37 Toro, Toro When he comes to Chica and Paco are still with him. Paco has protected from the stampede. They go up high on the hill to an abandoned farm and corral. Antonito falls asleep. When Antonito wakes up, he sees vultures and hears something like 1,000 bees. Then he sees the airplanes. He watches the planes dive down onto his village and they bomb the village. Antonito cries knowing that his father, mother and sister are in the village. 6/P

38 Toro, Toro Antonito is a 12 year old boy in Spain during the Spanish Civil War in He has a bull named Paco and a horse named Chica. He wants to save Paco from the bullring where he will be killed in the bullfights. 6/R

39 Toro, Toro 6/S

40 Toro, Toro Antonito is a 12 year old boy in Spain during the Spanish Civil War in Paco is Antonito’s bull and Chica is his horse. Antonito wants to save Paco from the bullring where he would be killed by the matador. In the middle of the night, he goes to the bull corral and opens the gate to free all the bulls. He has to free them all because they are herd animals and stay together. All the bulls run out and knock Antonito over, but Paco protects Antonito and stays with him, so does Chica. 6/T

41 Toro, Toro They climb into the hills and find an abandoned farm. Antonito falls asleep in the stone corral. He wakes up to the sound of vultures, then the sound of airplanes, like 1,000 bees. The airplanes bomb his village. He cries because his mother, father and sister are in the village. 6/T

42 Toro, Toro Antonito: a 12 year old boy in Spain during the Spanish Civil War (1936) Chica: his horse Paco: his bull Antonito wants to free Paco, so he won’t have to die in the bullfights. In the middle of the night, Antonito frees Paco from the corral along with all the other bulls (because they are herd animals and stay together). When Antonito opens the gate and the bulls stampede and knock him over. When he comes to, Chica and Paco (who saved him) are still there. 6/U

43 Toro, Toro When Antonito opens the gate and the bulls stampede and knock him over. When he comes to, Chica and Paco (who saved him) are still there. They go up into the forest, find an old abandoned farm and stone corral and Antonito falls asleep. He wakes up to the cry of vultures. Then he hears the sound of airplanes like a 1,000 bees and watches the airplanes bomb his village. He cries realizing that his mother, father and sister are in the village, maybe dead. 6/U

44 Shauzia’s Dream Shauzia is a 12 year old girl from Afghanistan who has escaped from a refugee camp in Pakistan. She is working in Peshawar to earn enough money to fulfill her dream of living in France. She dresses like a boy to get work. She cleans a butcher shop and a grocery store. She delivers tea, sweeps out a furniture warehouse and carries big bolts of cloth. She also carries bags for people at the train station. She can’t carry bags at the train station often because the regular porters don’t want her there. 6/P

45 Shauzia’s Dream She can’t carry bags at the train station often because the regular porters don’t want her there. She doesn’t like going there because she doesn’t like seeing people get on the train when she doesn’t have enough money to buy a ticket to go to Karachi near the sea. Every day she earns a little more money and puts it in her purse, around her neck, near her heart. 6/P

46 Shauzia’s Dream 6/R

47 Shauzia’s Dream 6/S

48 Shauzia’s Dream 6/T

49 Shauzia’s Dream Shauzia is a 12 year old girl from Afghanistan who has escaped from a refugee camp in Pakistan. She is now in Peshawar looking for work. She is disguised as a boy. Her dream is to go to France to start a new life. She works cleaning the butcher’s shop, carries bags at the train station, unloads heavy bolts of cloth, delivers tea, cleans the floor of a grocery store and sweeps a warehouse. At the train station she asks how much the ticket is to Karachi on the sea. She is sad because it was too expensive for her. 6/U

50 Shauzia’s Dream She works cleaning the butcher’s shop, carries bags at the train station, unloads heavy bolts of cloth, delivers tea, cleans the floor of a grocery store and sweeps a warehouse. At the train station she asks how much the ticket is to Karachi on the sea. She is sad because it was too expensive for her. A man asks her to carry his bags and gives her a tip. She can’t do this often because the official porters don’t want her to take their jobs. She doesn’t like to go to the train station and watch other people get on the train when she can’t. 6/U

51 Shauzia’s Dream She doesn’t like to go to the train station and watch other people get on the train when she can’t. Still, every day she feels closer to her dream as she saves her money in her purse that she hangs around her neck, near her heart. 6/U

52 Alien Abduction A poem about a young girl who emigrates with her family to England. Her biggest problem is she feels like an alien. She feels like an alien because the people in England are DIFFERENT from her. She looks different from the English. She has black hair, brown eyes. She is a “blot in a white sea.” All of this makes her feel ALONE. She understands at the end of the poem that she is an alien to the English as much as they are aliens to her. She wonders if this will ever change. 6/P

53 Alien Abduction 6/R

54 Alien Abduction 6/S

55 Alien Abduction 6/T

56 Alien Abduction A poem about a girl who emigrates to England but she feels like an alien there because she feels ALONE and very DIFFERENT. The culture is different and she is a “blot in a white sea” (she has black hair, brown eyes). In the end she understands that she is an alien to them just like they are aliens to her and she wonders if this will ever change. 6/U

57 The Obvious Elephant The Obvious Elephant is a fable about a village in which an elephant shows up one day. They don’t know what it is. Some are afraid of it, some prod it with sticks, poke it in the eye and throw stones. A “professor” comes and stops this bad behavior and goes to the library and finds out that it is an ELEPHANT! The villagers say, “Oh! It’s an elephant.” They give him a name and a flower necklace. Moral: Don’t be prejudice, don’t be afraid of what you don’t know. People are more comfortable with something they have a name for. 6/P

58 The Obvious Elephant 6/R

59 The Obvious Elephant 6/S

60 The Obvious Elephant 6/T

61 The Obvious Elephant 6/U

62 A Quechan Fable A Quechen Fable about a time when dogs could talk like people. The dogs told everyone’s secrets. The villagers prayed to the Great Spirit for help. One morning a man shoves his dog and the dog doesn’t say anything. After that, dogs can only BARK. Moral: Be careful what you say, might end up having to bark. 6/P

63 A Quechan Fable The Obvious Elephant 6/R

64 A Quechan Fable The Obvious Elephant 6/S

65 A Quechan Fable The Obvious Elephant 6/T

66 A Quechan Fable The Obvious Elephant 6/U

67 A Fable By Aesop 6/P

68 A Fable By Aesop 6/R

69 A Fable By Aesop 6/S

70 A Fable By Aesop 6/T

71 A Fable By Aesop 6/U

72 Citizen of the World 6/P

73 Citizen of the World 6/R

74 Citizen of the World 6/S

75 Citizen of the World 6/T

76 Citizen of the World 6/U


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