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book: dragonwings
1. think about the various conflicts in the novel. identify and describe one event from the novel that represents a cause and effect relationship
that creates conflict. explain the effect the conflict has on the other characters in the story.

2. (this question has 2 parts)

1. list some important ideas that dragonwings includes. why did you list those ideas?
2. tell how using a reading role helped you understand the book. the reading roles are described in the link on unit 4, lesson 1, slide 4.

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  1. No one here will write your assignment for you. However, if you post what you write (no rough drafts, please), someone may be able to critique your thinking and writing for you.

    Plus — we have no idea about reading roles.

  2. They can't answer questions like that. Especially if they haven't read that book.

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  3. Exactly!!

    "primrose" needs to be sure to read everything that was assigned before heading to the questions/quizzes/tests.

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