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Ethan Rader - NTS Literature Response Journal - 1159450

Ethan Rader - NTS Literature Response Journal - 1159450

Number the Stars

Reflection Journal

By: Ethan Rader

Building Background
Knowledge

Learning Target: I can compare and contrast two or more
characters, settings, or events in a story, drawing on specific
details in the text.

Background of this Story:
In some countries around the world the government is

called a dictatorship. In a dictatorship, one person or a small
group of people have complete control of the country. In many
cases the military enforces the control. If a person does not
follow the rules, they may be arrested, threatened, scared, or
tortured. The citizens of that country are not allowed to talk or
act against the dictatorship. A person can be rewarded if they
tell the dictatorship about other people who are against the
government.

Building Background
Knowledge

World War II and
the Holocaust

Learning Target: I can provide a summary of the text that
includes the main ideas and key details, as well as other
important information.

Summary of the article:
The article “World War II and the Holocaust” That

how Adolf Hitler set out to rule the world. He came into power
in 1933 and began to tairis juas. Starting in 1941, Jewish
people were sent to concentration camps. In these camps
over people were put in gas chamber and died. He joined
forces with japan and Italy. When Japan bombed Us on ,
1941, the United States entered the war and fought against
the Axis powers until 1933 when the war ended.

Interpretive Question: How does the dictatorship
system of government in the story affect Pedro, his
family, and the citizens it governs?

R Restate the Question (green) Mrs. Rodriguez’s Example
- Read the question or prompt In the book, The Composition,
- Underline keywords Pedro, his family, and their entire
- Rewrite the question as a community are negatively affected by
statement using your own words the dictatorship government. One
example from the text of the problems
A Answer the Question (green) that the dictatorship caused can be
- Answer the question found on page 8. Don Daniel was
*If there is more that one part of dragged down the street by two men
the question, make sure to answer who were “pointing machine guns at
ALL parts. him.” This clearly shows that the
dictatorship is treating the people in
C Cite Evidence (yellows) the community poorly by threatening
- Use evidence from the text to them with weapons. Pedro’s parents
support your answer. lived in fear that they would be caught
-Include both paraphrased going against the government. They
evidence and direct quotes had to turn their radio down very low
so that they wouldn’t be caught
Possible evidence starters: listening. Pedro’s mom was so scared
According to the text… that she “cried silently at the table.”
For example… This is further evidence that the
On page ___ it says… government was making the people
Further support can be found... live in fear and even their daily tasks
In the article/ chapter it states... are being impacted. Finally, Pedro
himself was negatively affected by the
E Explain (reds) government. He was put in the
- Explain how each piece of text position of having to lie on his
evidence supports your answer. composition so that his parents
wouldn’t be caught. The dictatorship
Possible explain starters: tried to turn children against their
This clearly shows that… own parents. Obviously, the
This means that… dictatorship created fear and
This further supports the idea that… hardships for everyone that Pedro was
close to in his life.
S Sum it Up (green)
- Conclude your answer
- Link back to the topic sentence
using different words

Possible summary starters:
Clearly Definitely Certainly
To sum up In fact Obviously

Building Background
Knowledge

Underground
Movements

Learning Target: I can explain the relationships or interactions
between two or more individuals, events, ideas, or concepts in a
historical, scientific, or technical text based on specific
information in the text.

How have underground movements affected events

throughout history? Undergrou Not all
nd undergrou
Underground movement nd
Railroad to help the movement
jews s are good
guys

Passagew Underground World
ay to the Movements War II
north for
slaves Not a
railroad

Building Background
Knowledge

Learning Target: I can compare and contrast two or more
characters, settings, or events in a story, drawing on specific
details in the text.

Background of this Story:
“For centuries, the Star of David was a symbol of Jewish

pride. But during World War II, Nazis used the Star to
segregate and terrorize the Jewish people. Except in
Denmark. When Nazi soldiers occupied his country, King
Christian X of Denmark committed himself to keeping all
Danes safe from harm. The bravery of the Danes and their
king has inspired many legends. The most enduring is the
legend of the yellow star, which symbolizes the loyalty and
fearless spirit of the king and his people.”

Source: Peachtree Publishers

Interpretive Question: How did King Christian X’s
response to the yellow Star order in the story
affect the citizens of Denmark?

R Restate the Question (green) Team Response:
- Read the question or prompt
- Underline keywords R Aestate and nswer (1 or 2 sentences):
- Rewrite the question as a
statement using your own words In the book, The Yellow Star, it shows that King Christian’s
response to the yellow Star order in the story effect was a
A Answer the Question (green) good thing for the people of Denmark
- Answer the question
*If there is more that one part of According to the text, the King called the tailor to the place.
the question, make sure to answer He had him sew a yellow star on his uniform and said: “You
ALL parts. do understand what this means?”The tailor understood
that when he did that is was a sign to the people that should
C Cite Evidence (yellows) stand with the jews and not follow the order.
- Use evidence from the text to
support your answer. The king was respected and powerful. If he was willing to
-Include both paraphrased wear the star and stand by the jews, all the people would
evidence and direct quotes know they should also do the same.

Possible evidence starters: On the last page of the book, we see that the people are all
According to the text… wearing yellow stars.
For example… This supporters the idea that King Christian’s idea was good
On page ___ it says… because the Naziś couldn't tell who was a jew.
Further support can be found... Clearly, King Christian’s idea was a good one by sewing star
In the article/ chapter it states... on his clothes

E Explain (reds)
- Explain how each piece of text
evidence supports your answer.

Possible explain starters:
This clearly shows that…
This means that…
This further supports the idea that…

S Sum it Up (green)
- Conclude your answer
- Link back to the topic sentence
using different words

Possible summary starters:
Clearly Definitely Certainly
To sum up In fact Obviously

Number the
Stars

Interpretive
Question
Responses

Learning Target: I can quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text
says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

Chapter 1

How are the characters’ lives
different than ours?

R Restate the Question (green) They are living different than
- Read the question or prompt ours. On page 2 there were
- Underline keywords soldiers giving kids orders. It is
- Rewrite the question as a different than ares because we
statement using your own words don’t have soldiers giving kids
orders on the streets. Another
A Answer the Question (green) example ,there are soldiers
- Answer the question guarding the streets. It is
*If there is more that one part of the different than are lived now
question, make sure to answer ALL because we don’t have soldiers
parts. guarding the streets. Clearly this
shows that they are living
C Cite Evidence (yellows) different than us because of the
- Use evidence from the text to soldiers.
support your answer.
-Include both paraphrased
evidence and direct quotes

Possible evidence starters:
According to the text…
For example…
On page ___ it says…
Further support can be found...
In the article/ chapter it states...

E Explain (reds)
- Explain how each piece of text
evidence supports your answer.

Possible explain starters:
This clearly shows that…
This means that…
This further supports the idea that…

S Sum it Up (green)
- Conclude your answer
- Link back to the topic sentence
using different words

Possible summary starters:
Clearly Definitely Certainly
To sum up In fact Obviously

Learning Target: I can quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text
says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

Chapter 2

How does this picture relate to the chapter?

My Thoughts:

(Can be expressed in bulleted points or paragraph form)
In the picture is shows the boy telling the king and queen
something. In the book it tells that she died at the weeding and
maybe that is what the boy is saying. Another way they were
almost related because that mite have been her husband.

Learning Target: I can determine a theme of a story from details in the text,
including how characters in a story respond to challenges.

R Restate the Question (green) Chapter 3
- Read the question or prompt
- Underline keywords “Now I think all of Denmark
- Rewrite the question as a must be the bodyguard for
statement using your own words the Jews as well.” What does

A Answer the Question (green) this mean?
- Answer the question
*If there is more that one part of RResepspoonnses:e:
the question, make sure to answer
ALL parts. rFTtabwDttisbsCswjbethhhhhhenoeeebjswtssdfghbDFwamwilherwesaeeeeteoouhuccchhhdrnoeoreehonailyyeerweassaaaputesejeruootineccvdrwoomrrsthenrstuuutyahwwlsaaxmpuietheeigtiwheynwedonnmtntsssnnauuaahwal.eedxohidegeeetjiwdstsegkdngmDFssrenrrhbatahurae..eeaeetektttwtheewsgoddmDTeeFtryhtrenhhhlehsndpnroedkrtttecoentsuonsdeheeemaotewehhhseljhypha.rwoebereopsyyymottsmanwineeratCeueelohxhwwshaetwhtpoeeonisyymtwwmgrnseualarenacgujofxhtnoseaseeoeeenikdhwwmuryaeeeteletuaantruajraetwnhntdkunrerrtbternetmrhtdeestwrlmrtthpeeeeietwsohtdrksteookisbrrlsnooehthdaereeenylftpeetegtastaofeewhwrsbgowanedhooyerbhgykeltfthsftttgsnereantehwhridhoaneaothhartowbebahhnotetavrtdtsgnreeerseothrhnieponoeiutoetmeeteubhenaletnyttdkehgaeweauosmapprhpbhitobptaetoadj.glennheettwekehpliteusmuseptdeepweOhftoonoh.ibde.dgetwwejtepcottirtdyofjTerbnsewOdgienootnnhhieraodtwrgnestsrosrrwoyfgwhrdbesweugaenhtnrowhaturfoptgnaetrohsrstyosihaosttreoansottranrohsaarfpikeesegvhooht.s.rsoeumragpowtgnjdhothmdhaeTuoTnkeeedemjtstvh.lengpeugfaenhhioderdwameTgohheoajtfgwteri2t.nreespe.fh.irmy.etihreodf4ywesiss2eybetr.4esey
denmark should stand up the jews
C Cite Evidence (yellows) and do something about it.
- Use evidence from the text to
support your answer. e
-Include both paraphrased
evidence and direct quotes

Possible evidence starters:
According to the text…
For example…
On page ___ it says…
Further support can be found...
In the article/ chapter it states...

E Explain (reds)
- Explain how each piece of text
evidence supports your answer.

Possible explain starters:
This clearly shows that…
This means that…
This further supports the idea that…

S Sum it Up (green)
- Conclude your answer
- Link back to the topic sentence
using different words

Possible summary starters:
Clearly Definitely Certainly
To sum up In fact Obviously

Learning Target: I can quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text
says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

Chapter 4

How does this picture relate to the chapter?

My Thoughts:

(Can be expressed in bulleted points or paragraph form)
In the book they are planning to go to the ball and they said there was going

to be fireworks there and the image above this is what it shows.

Learning Target: I can compare and contrast two or more characters, settings, or
events in a story, drawing on specific details in the text.

Chapter 5

Compare and contrast the Danish Citizens and Nazis.
The first attribute has been chosen for you. Choose at

least two additional attributes to compare.

Danish Attributes Nazi Soldiers
Citizens Being
Worried about Danish
Worried about their Compared citizens telling what
kids getting in trouble they are doing to
Feelings about the another controys
by Nazi soldiers. Jewish people

Worried about them Feelings about the Worried about kids
getting hurt or killed Danish citizens remembering their
around that aray faces and telling on
by soldiers
them

Parents are worried They are rolling that
aryu and they don't
about their family Worried about want someone to

getting taken away by Nazi soldiers take it

soldiers

Learning Target: I can quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text
says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

Chapter 6

How does this picture relate to the chapter?

My Thoughts:

(Can be expressed in bulleted points or paragraph form) In the book it sasy
That they would be bring one pack of cigarette and then the mom gave a mad
face because that is bad for kids and people.

Learning Target: I can quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text
says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

Chapter 7-8
How does war change people?
Why?
Restate the Question (green)
R
A - Read the question or prompt

C - Underline keywords

- Rewrite the question as a

statement using your own words War can change people in many
different ways. For example in the book
Answer the Question (green) It says ¨ There aren't soldiers here right¨.
- Answer the question This mean that because they are afraid
*If there is more that one part of of the soldiers when they should be
the question, make sure to answer protecting them. On page 69 it says that
ALL parts. soldiers take butter from farmers
because they are hungry War is
Cite Evidence (yellows) changing them because they would
- Use evidence from the text to maybe like them if they didn't take
support your answer. butter. For example in the book it says
-Include both paraphrased they cannot trust soldiers or anyone.
evidence and direct quotes This means that they are changing
because before the war they can trust
Possible evidence starters: people. Clearly this shows that it
According to the text… changes people that are jews.
For example…
On page ___ it says…
Further support can be found...
In the article/ chapter it states...

E Explain (reds)
- Explain how each piece of text
evidence supports your answer.

Possible explain starters:
This clearly shows that…
This means that…
This further supports the idea that…

S Sum it Up (green)
- Conclude your answer
- Link back to the topic sentence
using different words

Possible summary starters:
Clearly Definitely Certainly
To sum up In fact Obviously

Learning Target: I can determine a theme of a story, from details in the text,
including how characters in a story respond to challenges.

Chapter 9-10

Compare and contrast Mama and
Annemarie and how they faced the
challenges when the German soldiers

came to the “funeral.”

Mama Attributes Annemarie
Being

Compared

Was angry and How did they feel She was not in the
overprotective mood to be happy or
to play with anyone

She was sad and She reacted by being

angry when the man How did they reacted shy and being away

walked in from people

She said someone She was shy when
really mean things to the soldier walked in
and she remembered
the soldier what grandpa said

What did they say



Learning Target: I can quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text
says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

R Restate the Question (green) Chapter 11
- Read the question or prompt
- Underline keywords When is telling the truth
- Rewrite the question as a important? When is not
statement using your own words
telling the truth important?
A Answer the Question (green)
- Answer the question Why is telling the truth
*If there is more that one part of good or why is lying good at
the question, make sure to answer sometimes. On page 91 it
ALL parts. says when they protected
one another by not telling.
C Cite Evidence (yellows) That would be good because
- Use evidence from the text to she was protecting her and
support your answer. that was not bad lie .
-Include both paraphrased Annemarie is sad because
evidence and direct quotes her mother lied to her. For
example in the book
Possible evidence starters: annemarie mom lied and
According to the text… that was a bad lie. It was a
For example… bad lie because it did not
On page ___ it says… help Annemarie or make
Further support can be found... her feel better. According to
In the article/ chapter it states... the text it says wait 20
minutes and the get the
E Explain (reds) rosens. This means that the
- Explain how each piece of text lie was to protect teh rosens
evidence supports your answer. . Clearly this shows sd that
good lies protect and not
Possible explain starters: hurt.
This clearly shows that…
This means that…
This further supports the idea that…

S Sum it Up (green)
- Conclude your answer
- Link back to the topic sentence
using different words

Possible summary starters:
Clearly Definitely Certainly
To sum up In fact Obviously

Learning Target: I can determine a theme of a story, from details in the text,
including how characters in a story respond to challenges.

Chapter 12-13

How does this text relate to Number the stars and
particularly Annemarie in chapter 13?

My Thoughts:

(Can be expressed in bulleted points or paragraph form) Number of the
Stars relates to the red bandana. I the book when they went into the woods
mama was very brave to go first like the The red bandana guy. Another part in
the book when mama said she will come back one day like when the red
bandana went back up in the tower

Learning Target: I can quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text
says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

R Restate the Question (green) Chapter 14-15
- Read the question or prompt
- Underline keywords What is the author’s purpose of
- Rewrite the question as a including the story of Little
statement using your own words Red Riding Hood during
Annemarie’s run through the
A Answer the Question (green) forest?
- Answer the question
*If there is more that one part of Why did the author include the story
the question, make sure to answer red riding hood in the book. For
ALL parts. example Annemarie is running thru the
forest. The author used that because red
C Cite Evidence (yellows) riding hood was running through the
- Use evidence from the text to forest same for anne marie. On page 107
support your answer. it says to take a basket of food to your
-Include both paraphrased grandfather. This Clearly shows that
evidence and direct quotes This matches number of stars because
Annemarie was bring food to her uncle.
Possible evidence starters: Further support can be found on page
According to the text… 108 when red riding hood heard noses.
For example… This further supports the idea that In
On page ___ it says… both stories while they were running
Further support can be found... thru the forest they bother heard noses.
In the article/ chapter it states... Obviously this shows why the author put
this story in the book number of stars.

E Explain (reds)
- Explain how each piece of text
evidence supports your answer.

Possible explain starters:
This clearly shows that…
This means that…
This further supports the idea that…

S Sum it Up (green)
- Conclude your answer
- Link back to the topic sentence
using different words

Possible summary starters:
Clearly Definitely Certainly
To sum up In fact Obviously

Chapter 16-17 and
Afterword
Why does the author include the
“Afterword?” Why is it important
to read the afterword, especially
Restate the Question (green) in historical fiction books?
R
A - Read the question or prompt

C - Underline keywords

- Rewrite the question as a

statement using your own words Why should you include the Afterwood
in you book. For example if you won´t
Answer the Question (green) to write more in your book You would
- Answer the question do afterwood. This means that you have
*If there is more that one part of a lot of ideas a thots is your head that
the question, make sure to answer you do not want to go to waste.
ALL parts. According to the text I would ad
afterwood in you book To more explain
Cite Evidence (yellows) . This clearly shows that you should ade
- Use evidence from the text to afterwood you make a better ending.
support your answer. Further support can be found When he
-Include both paraphrased is explaining the ending of the book.
evidence and direct quotes This means that to make a better ending
in your book is to ade afterwood in you
Possible evidence starters: book. Clearly this shows that you should
According to the text… ade afterwood in your books ending.
For example…
On page ___ it says…
Further support can be found...
In the article/ chapter it states...

E Explain (reds)
- Explain how each piece of text
evidence supports your answer.

Possible explain starters:
This clearly shows that…
This means that…
This further supports the idea that…

S Sum it Up (green)
- Conclude your answer
- Link back to the topic sentence
using different words

Possible summary starters:
Clearly Definitely Certainly
To sum up In fact Obviously


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