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Summer Reading Review English 10 Honors Miss Cerrito-Sullivan
Test Format The Kite Runner: 40 questions ◦ 25 Character Matching ◦ 15 Quotes and Thematic Subjects Breaking Night: 40 questions ◦ 21 Character Matching ◦ 14 Multiple Choice ◦ 5 Quotes and Tones
The Kite Runner Hazara vs. Pashtun What are these terms? Who is in which ethnic group? How do they affect the story?
The Kite Runner Settings How do they change? How do they affect each character?
The Kite Runner: Characters Amir Baba Hassan Ali
The Kite Runner: Characters Rahim Khan Assef Sohrab General Taheri
The Kite Runner: Characters Kamila Taheri Sanaubar Soraya Farid
The Kite Runner: Thematic Subjects Love Honor Fear Guilt Redemption
Breaking Night: Characters Liz Murray Lisa Murray Peter Finnerty Jean Murray
Breaking Night: Characters Carlos Sam Bobby Eva
Breaking Night: Characters Perry Caleb Jessie Tara Ron
Breaking Night: Places What are some of the major locations in the memoir? What happens there?
Breaking Night: Timeline How does Liz’s life evolve? What major events impact her decisions?
Summer Reading Review English 10 Honors Mrs. Sullivan-Haselswerdt.
An introduction. Set in Afghanistan (approx ; 2004)and the US (1984 Coming-of-age novel or story of personal redemption.
By khaled hosseini THE NOVEL. ESL BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE Contents 1 MAIN CHARACTERS 2 THE CHILDHOOD 3 IN AMERICA 4 45 BACK TO KABUL.
The Kite Runner Daily Reflection Prompt. Prompt #1 The Kite Runner 1-23 On page 22, in regard to his son, Amir, Baba says, "I wasn't like that at all,
A. Historical Background – Afghanistan 1. military takeovers – British, Russian 2. the Taliban 3. 9/11 – American invasion.
Kite Runner By Khaled Hosseini. Setting Kabul, Afghanistan Late 1970s-Early 1980s Fremont, California 1980s-Early 2000s.
Characters Amir - The narrator and the protagonist of the story. Amir is the sensitive and intelligent son of a well-to-do businessman in Kabul, and he.
THE KITE RUNNER SUMMARY ERICK ALEJO CHAPTERS 16 AND 17.
“Chapter 3” Opener “There is only one sin, only one. And that is theft. Every other sin is a variation of theft. Do you understand that?” Who says this.
Violence in the Kite Runner By Demi, Brooke, Megan and Thilo.
THE KITE RUNNER AND THE THEME OF REDEMPTION “BABA” by Sam Carson.
The Kite Runner Theme. Topic A general idea that a piece of literature addresses. Topics are usually universal and allow the reader to relate to. Topics.
By Sam. This is a literary device in which an author hints certain plot developments that perhaps will come later on in the story.
Talk Assessment -The Change In Amir BY MCCAULEY HEADLEY.
Chapters 1 and 2 Review 1. What do we learn about Hassan’s personality? 2. How would you describe Amir’s relationship with his Father based on Ch.2? 3.
The kite Runner. Introduction The distinct racial division in Afgananistan occurs between the Hazara and the Pashtun. The Pashtun are the majority race,
The Kite Runner: Redemption SOLO activity. What’s this? A SOLO activity is a series of questions The questions get progressively harder The questions.
The Kite Runner Change in Amir by Gillian Anderson.
October MEA Week- Monday FOCUS on …. Anyone who has not completed time in the inner circle will be required to be in the middle tomorrow Use the.
The Kite Runner The theme of Guilt. The theme of guilt is first established through the opening chapters of the book: We learn that Amir's mother died.
Chapter Seven The Betrayal of Hassan. Brief Plot Summary Hassan reveals his dream to Amir The kite tournament Amir and Hassan are victorious Amir returns.
The Kite Runner Themes. When Amir walks away from Hassan in the alley, he suffers from guilt. Partially for not intervening, for not helping Hassan.
THE CHAGA CUP Kite Runner Edition. Rules No name calling No whining No use of any notes Remember to keep your voices low when discussing answers amongst.
A Level English Literature Making a thesis for your essays.
The Kite Runner Chapter 14 By Rachel and Etta. Motifs The line “There is a way to be good again.” (192) is repeated. This is what Rahim Khan told Amir.
The Kite Runner By Khaled Hosseini. Khaled Hosseini Born: March 4, 1965 Kabul, Afghanistan Father was diplomat and mother was a teacher. Moved to France.
The Kite Runner Assef.. Summary of Assef’s Character He is the villain of the story, a Pashtun boy who bullies Amir and Hassan and tries to humiliate.
The Kite Runner English II. The Kite Runner: Background Published in 2003 by Riverhead Books, the novel tells the story of Amir, a young boy from the.
Boeke Prize Barnes and Noble Discover Great New Writers Award ALA Notable Book Entertainment Weekly’s Best Book, 2003 Literature to Life Award Paperback.
How to Read Literature Like a Professor Presentations Cassie Herald Tanner Wilson Honors English IV.
The Kite Runner Review Game Junior English Class.
The Outsider By Shannon, Jasmine and Kelvin. The Outsider Definition: Someone who does not belong to a particular society or group Someone who is isolated.
The Kite Runner Chapters 1-7. Chapter 1 Introduces the main character and the conflict. Fiction Elements – Foreshadowing and Flashback Symbolism – Kites.
What is it? Irony is a literary device in which the author makes a contrast between appearance and reality, usually one in which reality is the opposite.
Amir as a Hero By Rosie Wilson. Amir is not initially a hero.... he is a coward, Reasons for Amir’s cowardly nature: Longing for a father that feels detached.
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Guilt and Redemption Miguel, Samantha, Joel. Thesis In “The Kite Runner, guilt and the pursuit of redemption are what drive Amir to go to such extremes.
Family and Society - Bianca Scurry. Sohrab runs away to a mosque, where he explains how he misses his parents. Amir offers for Sohrab to come live with.
Afghanistan. Sept. Week 4 Monday » Chapters 1-6 Socratic Seminar minutes for both groups Group A: Chapters 1-3 Group B: Chapters 4-6 Ask.
Rahim Khan. The kite runner tells a story of a young boy from Kabul, who’s actions and own selfishness result in him hurting those around him. Amir.
WELCOME BACK! Take a Three-Question Quiz sheet and a Words on Wednesday sheet from the V.I.P. table. Review your vocabulary words for today’s quiz. (No.
How do our relationships shape our identity?. “It is better to be in chains with friends than to be in a garden with strangers.” --Persian Proverb.
Kite Runner Chapters 1-3 Mr. Reid. Summary 1.S.F. (2001) - Amir, as an adult, receives a phone call from Rahim Khan 2.Unatoned sins “There is a way to.
THE KITE RUNNER CHAPTERS CHAPTER 18 1.Amir is very upset when he hears the truth about Hassan. See the last two paragraphs on pages
Introduction To: The Kite Runner By: Khaled Hosseini.
The Kite Runner Structure. Introduction Structurally the novel can be divided into two distinct parts: The first part of the novel introduces Amir and.
The Kite Runner Chapters Chapter 13 Summary Chapter 13 Summary. “Maybe this was my punishment, and perhaps justly so.“ Baba‘s condition worsens.
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