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1 The Clever Judge retold by Babette Deutsch and Avrahm Yarmolinsky

2 1 What is the main problem in the story? Ο A. Sergio accuses Goran of stealing his money. Ο B. Sergio cannot find the oak tree in the forest. Ο C. Goran brings the oak tree to the courtroom. Ο D. The judge punishes Goran for stealing the money. 1 What is the main problem in the story? Ο A. Sergio accuses Goran of stealing his money. Ο B. Sergio cannot find the oak tree in the forest. Ο C. Goran brings the oak tree to the courtroom. Ο D. The judge punishes Goran for stealing the money. LA05: Demonstrate understanding of literary elements and devices (genres; story elements such as plot, character and setting; simile; metaphor; personification; problem/resolution) and graphic elements (Reading GLEs 2.2.2, 2.2.3, 2.3.3)

3 2 Based on the information in the story, what does the judge most likely think of Sergios story? Ο A. He thinks it is vague. Ο B. He thinks it is boring. Ο C. He thinks it is believable. Ο D. He thinks it is exaggerated. 2 Based on the information in the story, what does the judge most likely think of Sergios story? Ο A. He thinks it is vague. Ο B. He thinks it is boring. Ο C. He thinks it is believable. Ο D. He thinks it is exaggerated. LC03: Make or confirm inferences or predictions based on the text (Reading GLE 2.1.5)

4 3 Which sentence best describes the punishment the judge gives Goran? Ο A. Goran is told to apologize and leave the village. Ο B. Goran is told to return the money and pay a penalty. Ο C. Goran is told to pay off his debt by working for Sergio. Ο D. Goran is told to wait in the forest until the oak tree tells the truth. 3 Which sentence best describes the punishment the judge gives Goran? Ο A. Goran is told to apologize and leave the village. Ο B. Goran is told to return the money and pay a penalty. Ο C. Goran is told to pay off his debt by working for Sergio. Ο D. Goran is told to wait in the forest until the oak tree tells the truth. LC01: Demonstrate understanding of theme/message/main idea and supporting details (Reading GLE 2.1.3)

5 4 Which event in the story best shows why the judge is famous for his justice and wisdom? Ο A. The judge sends a signet ring into the forest. Ο B. The judge demands to be paid for his decision. Ο C. The judge releases Goran without punishment. Ο D. The judge creates a plan to catch Goran in a lie. 4 Which event in the story best shows why the judge is famous for his justice and wisdom? Ο A. The judge sends a signet ring into the forest. Ο B. The judge demands to be paid for his decision. Ο C. The judge releases Goran without punishment. Ο D. The judge creates a plan to catch Goran in a lie. LA07: Make connections (cause and effect) within a text (Reading GLE 2.3.1) LA07: Make connections (cause and effect) within a text (Reading GLE 2.3.1)

6 5 The defendant in the story, Goran, could be described as dishonest. Provide two details from the story to support this idea. ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ 5 The defendant in the story, Goran, could be described as dishonest. Provide two details from the story to support this idea. ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ LA05: Demonstrate understanding of literary elements and devices (genres; story elements such as plot, character and setting; simile; metaphor; personification; problem/resolution) and graphic elements (Reading GLEs 2.2.2, 2.2.3, 2.3.3)

7 2A 2-point response: The student provides two text-based details to support the idea that Goran is dishonest. Example: Goran denies that he ever received the money but the judge proves that he remembered where the oak was where Sergio gave him the coins. 1A 1-point response: The student provides one text-based detail to support the idea that Goran is dishonest.

8 Text-based details may include, but are not limited to: A.So I entrusted these gold coins for safekeeping to this man here B.He denied that he had ever received the money from me C.I don't know what he is talking about D.I never went to the forest with him / you said you had not been in the forest at all E.I never saw his gold coins F.No, not yet / first you answered that he could not have reached it G.By now he must have reached it / you said he must surely have reached it H.You remember where the oak was under which you stood when Sergio handed his gold coins to you for safe keeping

9 5 The defendant in the story, Goran, could be described as dishonest. Provide two details from the story to support this idea. 5 The defendant in the story, Goran, could be described as dishonest. Provide two details from the story to support this idea. In the beginning of the story, Goran denies the fact that he stole the money. Goran also denies that he ever went to the forest with Sergio. These are to facts that support the idea that Goran is dishonest. B....denies the fact that he stole the money. D....denies that he ever went to the forest

10 5 The defendant in the story, Goran, could be described as dishonest. Provide two details from the story to support this idea. 5 The defendant in the story, Goran, could be described as dishonest. Provide two details from the story to support this idea. Goran is dishonest because he claimed he did not take the coins and he did. He was also dishonest to Sergio because he trusted Goran to take care for his money but he was dishonest to him because he did not. B....he claimed he did not take the coins... A....he trusted Goran to take care for his money but he was dishonest to him because he did not. 2 2

11 5 The defendant in the story, Goran, could be described as dishonest. Provide two details from the story to support this idea. 5 The defendant in the story, Goran, could be described as dishonest. Provide two details from the story to support this idea. D....said he had never been to the forest. Goran was caught in this lie fi rst of all when he said that Sergio could not possibly be it the forest. Then said, when he was asked a second time, that Sergio should surely be there by now. When in the beginning he said he had never been to the forest. 1 1

12 5 The defendant in the story, Goran, could be described as dishonest. Provide two details from the story to support this idea. 5 The defendant in the story, Goran, could be described as dishonest. Provide two details from the story to support this idea. In the story Goran knows about how far away the tree is so he has to have been there. Do you think he has reached the tree by this time. Yes say Goran. The proves that he has been there. G. In the story Goran knows about how far away the tree is so he has to have been there… The proves that he has been there. 1 1

13 5 The defendant in the story, Goran, could be described as dishonest. Provide two details from the story to support this idea. 5 The defendant in the story, Goran, could be described as dishonest. Provide two details from the story to support this idea. The judge asks Goran If he had a witness and he said no. The jundge can tell right away that hes lying. This response provides no text-based details to support the idea that Goran is dishonest. 0 0

14 5 The defendant in the story, Goran, could be described as dishonest. Provide two details from the story to support this idea. 5 The defendant in the story, Goran, could be described as dishonest. Provide two details from the story to support this idea. Yes, he is because if he had just laid down the cards and told it like it was then he wouldnt be in so much stuff. And he just basically didnt care if they knew he was lying or not. The response provides no text-based details to support the idea that Goran is dishonest. 0 0

15 6 What was the authors purpose for writing the story? Ο A. To describe to readers the life of Asian judges Ο B. To entertain readers with a story that teaches a lesson Ο C. To inform readers about village life in southwestern Asia Ο D. To persuade readers to use a judge when handling disputes 6 What was the authors purpose for writing the story? Ο A. To describe to readers the life of Asian judges Ο B. To entertain readers with a story that teaches a lesson Ο C. To inform readers about village life in southwestern Asia Ο D. To persuade readers to use a judge when handling disputes LT08: Analyze authors purpose and evaluate effectiveness for different audiences (includes fact/opinion; authors point of view, tone, and use of persuasive devices) (Reading GLEs 2.4.2, 2.4.3, 2.4.4)


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