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Achieve: A Close Call at the Space Station in Google Classroom

Achieve: A Close Call at the Space Station

Watch The Activator VideoPreview the blue vocabulary words
Read the article
Score a 75% or better on your first try
Try the stretch
Answer the open response here in Google Classroom

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Milestones Tools Quiz in Google Classroom

Milestones Tools Quiz

http://assets.drcedirect.com/States/GA/Experience/EOTG.mp4


Watch the Tutorial Video First.Take your time on the QUIZ and try your BEST.
You will see a grade when you submit.
There are NO RETAKES.

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A Dream Test in Google Classroom

A Dream Test

Take your time on the test and try your BEST.
Reread the Poem when directed to lines
You will see a grade when you submit.
There are NO RETAKES.

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Remember by Joy Harjo in Google Classroom

Remember by Joy Harjo

Take your time on the quiz and try your BEST.
Reread the Poem when directed to lines
You will see a grade when you submit.
There are NO RETAKES.

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DYSTOPIAN STORYBOARD PROJECT in Google Classroom

DYSTOPIAN STORYBOARD PROJECT

Set up a FREE account at Storyboardthat.com
Use your Google account to login


Plot Diagram
• Title the 6 boxes: Exposition, Conflict, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, and Resolution.
• Identify events of the story that fit into the elements of the plot diagram.
• Create an image that represents an important moment for each of the story components.
• Write a short description below each cell that explains each of the steps in the plot diagram.
• Save the assignment & give it a title.

Elements of Dystopian Literature
• Title the 6 boxes: Perfect Society, Uniformity, Citizens Under Surveillance, No Independent Thought, Oppressive Government, and Lack of Free Will.
• Identify events or characteristics of the story that fit into the elements of a dystopia.
• Create an image that represents each event or characteristic.
• Write a short description below each cell that specifically relates the novel as a dystopia.
• Save the assignment & give it a title.

Literary Conflicts & Theme
• Title the 6 boxes: Man vs. Man, Man vs. Self, Man vs. Technology, Man vs. Society, Man vs. Nature, and Theme.
• Identify events or characteristics of the story that fit into the elements of a dystopia.
• Create an image that represents each event or characteristic.
• Write a short description below each cell that specifically relates the novel to its conflicts and theme.
• Save the assignment & give it a title.

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Achieve: An Eye in the Sky in Google Classroom

Achieve: An Eye in the Sky

Preview the blue vocabulary words
Read the article
Score a 75% or better on your first try
Try the stretch
Answer the open response here in Google Classroom

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Achieve: A Helping Hand in Google Classroom

Achieve: A Helping Hand

Watch the video
Preview the blue vocabulary words
Read the article
Score a 75% or better on your first try
Try the stretch
Answer the open response here in Google Classroom

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The Giver Chapters 7-15 Test in Google Classroom

The Giver Chapters 7-15 Test

Take your time on the test and try your BEST.
You may NOT use outside search sources.
You will NOT see a grade when you submit.
I will release grades and access to missed questions once everyone has completed the test.
There are NO RETAKES.

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Achieve: Elephants on the Move in Google Classroom

Achieve: Elephants on the Move

Watch the video
Preview the blue vocabulary words
Read the article
Score a 75% or better on your first try
Try the stretch
Answer the open response here in Google Classroom

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Achieve: The Bright Side of Seeing Red in Google Classroom

Achieve: The Bright Side of Seeing Red

Watch the video
Preview the blue vocabulary words
Read the article
Score a 75% or better on your first try
Try the stretch
Answer the open response here in Google Classroom

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"The Orb" Dystopian Unit Test

Read "The Orb"
Take your time on the test and try your BEST.
You will NOT see a grade when you submit.

There are NO RETAKES.

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Reading Reaction Entry #6 in Google Classroom

Reading Reaction Entry #6

Reading Reaction Entry #6 for 2/25
(For this entry I would like you to choose ONE strategy from the list)
WRITE IN COMPLETE SENTENCES IN PARAGRAPH FORM

1) State the title and author of the book you are reading.
2) State the number of pages you have read in this book.
3) State the active reading strategy that you are using in this entry.
4) Use the sentence starters and descriptions to implement the selected strategy.
5) Reference at least two examples from your book, which support the strategy.
6) Explain in your own words how these examples lead to your predictions, evaluations, inferences...etc.
7) Lastly, explain how the key literary term THEME applies to your novel (what is the conflict in your novel and what does the protagonist learn from it)

Minimum 10 sentences

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ACHIEVE: Just A Little Lie in Google Classroom

ACHIEVE: Just A Little Lie

Watch the Activator Video
Read thinking about Cause & Effect relationships
Complete the Activity with 75% or better
Try the stretch
Answer the open response question here in Google Docs

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The Giver 1-7 Test in Google Classroom

The Giver 1-7 Test

Take your time on the test and try your BEST.
You may NOT use outside search sources.
You will NOT see a grade when you submit.
I will release grades and access to missed questions once everyone has completed the test.
There are NO RETAKES.

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Achieve: Keeping Watch: A Good Thing? in Google Classroom

Achieve: Keeping Watch: A Good Thing?

Watch the Activator Video
Preview the blue vocabulary words
Complete the Activity with 75% or better
Try the STRETCH for a better grade
Answer the open response question here in Google Docs

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Literary Terms Test #2 in Google Classroom

Literary Terms Test #2

Take your time on the test and try your BEST.
You may NOT use outside search sources.
You will NOT see a grade when you submit.
I will release grades and access to missed questions once everyone has completed the test.
There are NO RETAKES.

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Achieve: Men of Bronze in Google Classroom

Achieve: Men of Bronze

Watch the Activator Video
Preview the blue vocabulary words
Complete the Activity with 75% or better
Try the STRETCH for a better grade
Answer the open response question here in Google Docs

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Achieve: I Am Malala in Google Classroom

Achieve: I Am Malala

Watch the Activator Video
Preview the blue vocabulary words
Complete the Activity with 75% or better
Try the STRETCH for a better grade
Answer the open response question here in Google Docs

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Essential Research Unit Test in Google Classroom

Essential Research Unit Test

Read the Internet Research Article carefully.Take your time on the test and try your BEST.
You will NOT see a grade when you submit.
I will release grades and access to missed questions once everyone has completed the test.
There are NO RETAKES.

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Reading Reaction #5 & AR Quiz #5 in Google Classroom

Reading Reaction #5 & AR Quiz #5

Reading Reaction Entry #5 for 1/28

1) State the title and author of the book you are reading.
2) State the number of pages you have read in this book.
3) State the active reading strategy that you are using in this entry. (choose 1 from Strategies list)
4) Use the sentence starters and descriptions to implement the selected strategy. 
5) Reference at least two examples from your book, which support the strategy.
6) Explain in your own words how these examples lead to your predictions, evaluations, inferences...etc.
7) Lastly, find one example of FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE in your novel and explain what it means.

Minimum 10 sentences (Written in a nice PARAGRAPH)
Then take the AR Quiz on your book!!

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ACHIEVE: Global Conflicts: Putting An End to Child Labor  in Google Classroom

ACHIEVE: Global Conflicts: Putting An End to Child Labor

Watch the Activator Videos
Complete the Activity with 75% or better
Try the STRETCH for a better grade
Answer the open response question here in Google Docs

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Research Presentation in Google Classroom

Research Presentation

Use the notes you gathered in your reader's notebook
Use the information from your comprehension questions
Use the Strike Note Sheet with AR questions
Synthesize the information from all 3 of these documents into you Google Slides Presentation
Add Color and Photos or Illustrations to your presentation to make it more interesting
Check the Presentation Rubric to be sure you are ready to present to the class
Attach your groups Google Slide Presentation When Complete

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Achieve: The Tale of Two Cities in Google Classroom

Achieve: The Tale of Two Cities

Watch The Activator VideoReview the blue vocabulary words
Read the article
Complete the Activity with 75% or better
Try the STRETCH 
Complete the thought question here in Google Classroom

Once finished continue work on IXL K.3 Choosing Evidence to Support a Claim or D.2 Match Cause & Effect

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Achieve: Improvising A Dream in Google Classroom

Achieve: Improvising A Dream

Watch the Activator Video
Review the blue vocabulary words
Read the article
Complete the Activity with 75% or better
Complete a summary here in Google Docs

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The Little Match Girl - by Hans Christian Andersen in Google Classroom

The Little Match Girl - by Hans Christian Andersen

Read the short story
Watch the video as a second read
Study the comprehension questions
Take the AR Quiz #106562

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Achieve: Matches, Mad Hatters & Ghost Girls in Google Classroom

Achieve: Matches, Mad Hatters & Ghost Girls

Watch the Activator Video
Review the blue vocabulary words
Read the article
Complete the Activity with 75% or better
Complete a summary here in Google Docs

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The King of Mazy May Test in Google Classroom

The King of Mazy May Test

Take your time on the test and try your BEST.
You will see a grade when you submit.
There are NO RETAKES.

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Reading Reaction #3 in Google Classroom

Reading Reaction #3

Reading Reaction Entry #3 for 12/3

1) State the title and author of the book you are reading.
2) State the number of pages you have read in this book.
3) State the active reading strategy that you are using in this entry. (choose 1 from Strategies list)
4) Use the sentence starters and descriptions to implement the selected strategy. 
5) Reference at least two examples from your book, which support the strategy.
6) Explain in your own words how these examples lead to your predictions, evaluations, inferences...etc.
7) Lastly, find one example of FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE in your novel and explain what it means.

Minimum 10 sentences (Written in a nice PARAGRAPH)

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The Monkey's Paw Test in Google Classroom

The Monkey's Paw Test

Take your time on the test and try your BEST.
You will see a grade when you submit.
Check back over any questions that you missed.
There are NO RETAKES.

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Achieve: Veterans Day Salutes Those Who Served in Google Classroom

Achieve: Veterans Day Salutes Those Who Served

Watch the Activator VideoReview the blue vocabulary words
Read the article
Complete the Activity with 75% or better
Try the STRETCH for a better grade
Complete a summary here in Google Docs

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Raymond's Run Test in Google Classroom

Raymond's Run Test

Take your time on the test and try your BEST.
You will see a grade when you submit.
Check back over any questions that you missed.
There are NO RETAKES.

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Achieve: Medieval Europe: Understanding the Black Death in Google Classroom

Achieve: Medieval Europe: Understanding the Black Death

Watch the Activator Video 
Review the vocabulary words
Read the article
Complete the Activity with 75% or better
Try the STRETCH for a better grade
Complete an open response here in Google Docs

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Reading Reaction #2 in Google Classroom

Reading Reaction #2

Reading Reaction Entry #2 for 10/28
(For this entry I would like you to choose a strategy from the list)

1) State the title and author of the book you are reading.
2) State the number of pages you have read in this book.
3) State the active reading strategy that you are using in this entry.
4) Use the sentence starters and descriptions to implement the selected strategy.
5) Reference at least two examples from your book, which support the strategy.
6) Explain in your own words how these examples lead to your predictions, evaluations, inferences...etc.
7) Lastly, explain how the key literary term POINT OF VIEW applies to your novel (state how you know which POV it is)

Minimum 10 sentences

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Achieve: Women Use Science to Help Others in Google Classroom

Achieve: Women Use Science to Help Others

Watch the Activator Video 
Review the vocabulary words
Read the article
Complete the Activity with 75% or better
Try the STRETCH for a better grade
Complete an open response here in Google Docs

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The Tell Tale Heart Test in Google Classroom

The Tell Tale Heart Test

Take your time on the test and try your BEST.
You will see a grade when you submit.
Check back over any questions that you missed.
There are NO RETAKES.

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Tell Tale Heart Plot Diagram in Google Classroom

Tell Tale Heart Plot Diagram

Complete the plot diagram by filling in each box
Remember since this short story belongs to the "horror genre" it will not have any falling action or resolution to record
This story ends at the climax

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Achieve: Bye, Bye Bullies in Google Classroom

Achieve: Bye, Bye Bullies

Watch the Activator Videos 
Review the vocabulary words
Read the article
Complete the Activity with 75% or better
Try the STRETCH for a better grade
Complete an open response here in Google Docs

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Terrible Things Test in Google Classroom

Terrible Things Test

Take your time on the test and try your BEST.
You will see a grade when you submit.
Check back over any questions that you missed.
There are NO RETAKES.

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Terrible Things in Google Classroom

Terrible Things

Watch the video
Read BOTH the Allegory and the Poem
Complete the Extended Metaphor T-Chary
Complete the Theme Statement
Take the AR Quiz #183570

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Literary Nonfiction Post Test in Google Classroom

Literary Nonfiction Post Test

Read the Excerpt from My Mother's Voice: The ProclamationTake your time on the test and try your BEST.
You will see a grade when you submit.
Check back over any questions that you missed.
There are NO RETAKES.

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The Diary of Anne Frank Test in Google Classroom

The Diary of Anne Frank Test

Take your time on the test and try your BEST.
You will see a grade when you submit.
Check back over any questions that you missed.
There are NO RETAKES.

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Achieve: Viva Hispanic Heritage Month in Google Classroom

Achieve: Viva Hispanic Heritage Month

Review the vocabulary words
Read the article
Complete the Activity with 75% or better
Try the STRETCH for a better grade
Complete a summary here in Google Docs

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Literary Terms Test #1 in Google Classroom

Literary Terms Test #1

Take your time on the test and try your BEST.
You will see a grade when you submit.
Check back over any questions that you missed.
There are NO RETAKES.

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Achieve:  “A Look Back at Elie Wiesel” in Google Classroom

Achieve: “A Look Back at Elie Wiesel”

Watch some of the Activator Video 
Review the vocabulary words
Read the article
Complete the Activity with 75% or better
Try the STRETCH for a better grade
Complete an open response here in Google Docs

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Achieve: Instagram Makes History in Google Classroom

Achieve: Instagram Makes History

Watch some of the Activator Video 
Review the vocabulary words
Read the article
Complete the Activity with 75% or better
Try the STRETCH for a better grade
Complete an open response here in Google Docs

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Reading Reaction #1 in Google Classroom

Reading Reaction #1

Reading Reaction Entry #1 for 9/10
(For this 1st entry I would like everyone to practice using the characterization strategy)

1) State the title and author of the book you are reading.
2) State the number of pages you have read in this book.
3) State the active reading strategy that you are using in this entry. (characterization)
4) Use the sentence starters and descriptions to implement the selected strategy. 
5) Reference at least two examples from your book, which support the strategy.
6) Explain in your own words how these examples lead to your predictions, evaluations, inferences...etc.
7) Lastly, explain how the key literary term SETTING applies to your novel (state both the place and the time when your novel is set).

Minimum 10 sentences

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Achieve: Teen Pilot Breaks World Record in Google Classroom

Achieve: Teen Pilot Breaks World Record

Watch the activator video.
Preview the vocabulary.
Read the article.
Complete the 8 question Activity with 75% or better.
Complete summary in the Google Doc in Google Classroom and submit.
If you did NOT score 75% or better, please try the STRETCH activity.
DO NOT attempt the stretch PRIOR to the on grade level activity!

Remember you personal AR quiz is due today!!

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9/8 On a scale of 1-5 (5 is the best) how would you rate

9/8 On a scale of 1-5 (5 is the best) how would you rate "Flying" by Reeve Lindbergh?

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9/7- What kind of Literary Nonfiction is

9/7- What kind of Literary Nonfiction is "Flying" by Reeve Lindbergh?

Check the directions for today's assignment.
Pay attention to the new term that you added to your notebook.

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"Flying" by Reeve Lindbergh

Add Anecdote to your TERMS tab of your notebook
Watch the instructional video on Author's PurposeRead the author's background
Read or Listen to the Audio Support for "Flying" by Reeve Lindbergh
Complete the chart below to determine the Author's Purpose

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Achieve:  Keeping High School Athletes Safe in Google Classroom

Achieve: Keeping High School Athletes Safe

Watch the activator video.
Preview the vocabulary.
Read the article.
Complete the 8 question Activity with 75% or better.
Complete summary in the Google Doc in Google Classroom and submit.
If you did NOT score 75% or better, please try the STRETCH activity.
DO NOT attempt the stretch PRIOR to the on grade level activity!

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The Great Rat Hunt Test in Google Classroom

The Great Rat Hunt Test

Take your time on the test and try your BEST.
You will see a grade when you submit.
Check back over any questions that you missed.
There are NO RETAKES.

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9/1-  How would you rate

9/1- How would you rate "The Great Rat Hunt" on a scale of 1-5 with 5 being the best?

Today you must take the test to count as present for attendance.
The daily question is only to help me learn what types of stories you enjoy.
Thank you for responding.

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8/31- When or how do both Laurence and his father feel like “outsiders?” in Google Classroom

8/31- When or how do both Laurence and his father feel like “outsiders?”

You must answer the daily question.
This is being used to document your attendance in today's class.

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8/30- What is the setting of

8/30- What is the setting of "The Great Rat Hunt" by Laurence Yep?

You must answer the daily question.
This is being used to document your attendance in today's class.

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8/27- Did you sign-on using CLEVER to finish your Level Set Test in Achieve? in Google Classroom

8/27- Did you sign-on using CLEVER to finish your Level Set Test in Achieve?

Use the CLEVER Sign-on under the "students" tab on the GMS homepage
See my short video below if you have not used the CLEVER sign-on before
Click on the ACHIEVE App
Then take your time on the Level Set Test
It is 25-30 questions and you can take breaks and start again later
Some questions will seem too easy and some will seem too hard.
Do not stress...that is just how the test works.
TRY YOUR BEST BUT DO NOT USE DICTIONARY.COM!!!

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Motown: The Beat Goes On Achieve Activity and Summary in Google Classroom

Motown: The Beat Goes On Achieve Activity and Summary

Watch the activator video.
Use your GMS Reading Routine.
Read the article.
Complete the 8 question Activity with 75% or better.
Complete summary in the Google Doc in Google Classroom and submit.
If you did NOT score 75% or better, please try the STRETCH activity.
DO NOT attempt the stretch PRIOR to the on grade level activity!

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Block Party Test in Google Classroom

Block Party Test

This test covers the plot and methods of characterization used in the short story "Block Party" by Jewell Parker Rhodes
Take your time on the test and try your BEST.
You will see a grade when you submit.
Check back over any questions that you missed.
There are NO RETAKES.

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Did you take the

Did you take the "Charles" AR Quiz # 8605?

Please Log in to Accellerated Reader and take the AR Reading Quiz for "Charles" by Shirley Jackson.
You can click on the link below and it will take you directly to the AR sighn in page.
Once you finish the AR quiz you can answer the question about your score and submit it.
If you have other AR quizes that you want to take feel free to go ahead with those also.
I can see scores from all books.

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Literary Nonfiction Pretest in Google Classroom

Literary Nonfiction Pretest

Today you will read an excerpt from "My Mother's Voice"
This is the true story of Armenian people who were forced to leave their homes in Turkey in 1915.
Once you finish reading do your BEST to answer the questions on the PRETEST.
I have NOT taught this material yet and your grade will NOT display at the end of the PRETEST.
This will help me to see what you already know.  It is not for a GRADE today.

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"Charles" Test

This test covers the plot and methods of characterization used in the short story "Charles" by Shirley JacksonTake your time on the test and try your BEST.
You will see a grade when you submit.
Check back over any questions that you missed.
There are NO RETAKES.

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Continuation of

Continuation of "Charles" from any POV

After you finish your STEAL chart tell me how you think this story could end.
Please use dialogue with quotations at least once.
You may choose any POV for this ending.