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Harcourt Journeys: Story Selection Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Unit 4: Lesson 19 “Harvesting Hope: The Story of Cesar Chavez” Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Turn your Text Book to page 478. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Why does the selection begin with an introduction about Cesar’s life in Arizona? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: The introduction tells the reader about Cesar’s life before covered in the selection. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
How might a drought affect the foods you eat? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: If a drought causes little corn to produce, I may have to rely on wheat or rice instead. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Why do you think the author uses words such as “battered” and “filthy” to describe the place where Cesar’s family lived in California? Copyright © 2011 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: To help the reader make a strong emotional connection to the family’s surroundings. Copyright © 2011 Kelly Mott
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Is the statement that “lettuce had to be the worst” a fact or an opinion? How do you know? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: Opinion, because it states how someone feels about something. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
What causes Cesar to not feel safe at school? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: Cesar is punished when he forgets to speak in English. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
What is another word for “conflicts”? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: Disagreements; fights Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Using text details, what can you conclude about how the migrant workers’ treatment affected them? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: They were always afraid of what would happen to them if they complained. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
What do you think Cesar Chavez probably wanted to do when he felt embarrassed? Why do you think he forced himself to keep talking? Copyright © 2011 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: Cesar probably wanted to stop talking and end the meeting, but he kept talking because he believed in what he was doing and was determined to succeed. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Which of these would help workers overcome feeling powerless: being given free food, fighting for their rights, lack of education, a living wage, safer working conditions? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: Fighting for their rights A living wage Safer working conditions Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
How does the author want readers to feel about La Causa? Use evidence from the selection. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: She wants the readers to sympathize with the workers’ cause; she calls them “poorly paid” and “hunched over.” Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Why does the author repeat here that Cesar Chavez refused to respond to the company’s attacks with violence? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: To remind readers that Cesar believed in using nonviolence. He believed the truth was the most powerful weapon. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
How might a peaceful march provide publicity for the farmworkers’ cause? Copyright © 2011 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: Newspaper and TV coverage of the event creates public interest in how farmworkers live, and in the actions of the grape company and local police force. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
How does the marchers’ treatment at the beginning of the march compare with their welcome at the end? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: At first the police try to stop the march, and the workers must sleep outside. But, as word spreads, people offer them food and drink, more people join the march, and they are greeted with feasts, flowers, and music. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
What events helped resolve the farmworkers’ problem? Copyright © 2011 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: The march helped resolve the problem; the owners didn’t want attention and gave the workers a contract and better conditions. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Why did Cesar Chavez make the contract announcement from the capitol building steps? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: The capitol is the seat of the state government, and he wanted to show a connection between the law and the farmworkers’ rights. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
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How did you do? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Harcourt Journeys: Story Selection Copyright © 2011 Kelly Mott.
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Harcourt Journeys: Story Selection Copyright © 2011 Tiffany Thayer.
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