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Harcourt Journeys: Story Selection Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Unit 4: Lesson 17 “The Right Dog for the Job” Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Turn your Text Book to page 430. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Why might a foster puppy coordinator need someone with patience, kindness, and experience raising dogs? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: Because a person like this will help to raise puppies who can later become service dogs. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Describe how the puppies changed and grew during their first six weeks of life. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: When they were born, their eyes and ears were closed. They grew and their eyes and ears opened. Soon, they began playing. At four weeks, they began to eat puppy food. At six weeks, they did not need their mother’s milk. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Why do you think Sandy might be a good choice to raise Ira? Copyright © 2011 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: She knows how to handle golden retrievers because she already has one. Copyright © 2011 Kelly Mott
What important task does Ira learn to perform early? Why is this an important task for a service dog? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: He learns to retrieve things. It is important because he may need to retrieve things for the person with disabilities he is placed with. Copyright © 2012Kelly Mott
Why might a symbol be more useful than words to identify wheel-chair access areas? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: The symbol can help people who may not be able to read or don’t know the language used on the sign. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
What text clues on these pages support the idea that all puppies need training to become service dogs? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: The puppies have to learn to walk at heel on a leash; they learn to lie quietly under a table. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Explain how Ira’s experiences with Kathleen are different from those with Sandy, the puppy raiser. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: Kathleen teaches Ira specific tasks, such as retrieving keys and opening doors. Sandy helps Ira get used to different places and situations. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
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What is the next important part of Ira’s training? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: Sandy begins to bring Ira to her classroom two days a week, so Ira can learn other skills. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Why does Sandy tell students not to pet a service dog in training? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: It might distract a dog from a task. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
How does the photograph on page 436 make the information given on the selection clearer? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: It provides both a visual and text reference for the last paragraph on the page, where children take turns calling Ira’s name. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
When Ira performs a task correctly, he usually receives food as a reward. What are some other kinds of rewards he could receive? Copyright © 2011 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: Pat on the head Chew toy Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
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Why might Ira be able to learn a new career? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: He’s smart, patient, and easily trained. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
What does the expression “running a red light” mean? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: It means going through a red light without stopping. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Explain how service dogs and guide dogs are similar? How are they different? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: Similar – obedient, patient, confident, calm, loving Different – a service dog always obeys and does things like picking up dropped keys; a guide dog wears a special harness and can disobey for safety reasons, and guides its owner through traffic Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Describe a time when Irah might have learned to wait patiently. Copyright © 2011 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: Sandy made Irah lie on his rug for long periods of time. He may have wanted to get up, but he was not allowed to. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
What do Don and Irah get to do at the end of the selection? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Answer
Answer: Sandy invites them to the eighth grade graduation of the students who helped train Irah when he was a puppy. Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
Projectable 17.3 Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
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How did you do? Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott
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