Ch. 3-4 Vocabulary and Questions
Part A. Define the words below. Be sure to include the part of speech in the space provided. Write a sentence for each word. If the word is a verb, you may write a sentence using any form: past, present, or future.
franchise ( )
culprit ( )
Part B. Answer the following in complete sentences.
1. What do you notice about Curly’s language? Why would the author create a character like this?
2. After Roy explained to his parents why he was fighting in school, Roy’s mother replied: “But even so, fighting is never the right thing." What would have been the right thing for Roy to do?
3. In his letter to Dana Matherson Roy uses the word “arrangement." Look up the definition and explain why Mrs. Eberhardt thinks Roy has chosen the wrong word for his letter.
4. Word Origin/Word Search. This particular word on or around pg. 41 means “ring," and its origin is Yiddish. Write the word below.
5. Why does Curly find the pulled-up survey stakes such a problem?
6. The author, Carl Hiaasen, builds suspense with the barbecued pork sandwich. How does he do this? Why does he do this?
7. Summarize Ch. 3 & 4 in a few sentences.