Obj. 3- 5.3A Based on the context of

Obj. 3- 5.3A Based on the context of

Obj. 3- 5.3A Based on the context of this picture what theme might be embedded in this story and why? Figure 19 (D) What can you infer is going to take place in this story based on evidence in the context of the cover? Obj. 1- 5.2B The boy in this picture looks satisfied, content, smug. Use content from the picture to determine in detail how he looks. Obj. 3- 5.6A What details in the picture might foreshadow what is going to happen in the story? Obj. 2 5.6B What do you think might be the role of this little boy in the story? Obj. 1- 5.2B Using evidence from the story clarify the meaning of enemy pie. Figure 19 (D) Using evidence from the text infer why Jeremy was surprised to see the little boy at his door.

Obj. 3- 5.6A What incidents in the story makes the reader believe that enemy pie is something bad? Figure 19 (D) What did the little boy and Jeremy do that foreshadowed their future relationship? Obj. 3- 5.3A Discuss the theme of this story based on evidence from the text. Obj. 1- 5.8A Explain what the author means when he ends the story with this phrase, I just lost my best enemy. Obj. 2- 5.6A Using evidence from the text describe the conflict at the beginning of the story. Obj. 2 5.6B Explain why the little boy and Jeremy did not like each other at the beginning of the story and the events that changed their relationship. Obj. 3- 5.3A

What theme is embedded in this story and why? Obj. 2 5.6B Explain why the little boy and Jeremy did not like each other at the beginning of the story and the events that changed their relationship. The theme of this story is mainly about o how to get rid of your enemies o friendship o spending a day playing with your friends o how to make enemy pie The reader can tell that the little boy did not like Jeremy at the beginning of the story because o he posted an enemy list in his tree house. o he played baseball. o Jeremy had a party on his trampoline. o his best friend got to play with Jeremy. Obj. 1- 5.8A Explain what the author means when he ends the story with this phrase, I just lost my best enemy. Obj. 3 5.3A Explain why the author most likely wrote this story. Look at the diagram below. Read the following sentence.

I just lost my best enemy. Threw water balloons Rode Bikes Ate lunch together The author uses this sentence to mean o The little boy and Jeremy will never be friends. o Jeremy got lost. o Jeremy became the little boys friend. o The little boy will find another friend. Played on the Trampoline Played games in the tree house Based on the authors purpose for writing this story Which of the following main idea statements would best complete this diagram? o How to have a good time together. o How to spend a day. o How to develop a friendship. o How to make enemy pie.

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