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The Color of My Words   Tags: 6th grade literature, color of my words, guanell  

Introductory literature unit for 6th grade
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Key Ideas

1.  What punishment has Ana Rosa put upon herself on page 129?  Why does this make sense to her?  Does it make sense to you?

2.  Explain the color of Ana Rosa's words on page 128. 

 

Author's Craft

As a group, reread beginning at the top of page 136 and ending on page 137 with "the same moment, two tied together forever."   Discuss then write the answers to the following questions.  How has the author changed the point of view?  What impact does this have on the reader?  

 

Literary Focus

Happy Birthday Ana Rosa!

How is this last day at the beach a birthday for Ana Rosa?  What does the author intend for us to understand?  Describe it well in your notebooks.

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