Compare and contrast two or more characters, settings, or events in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text (e.g., how characters interact). (RL.5.3)
Read this article about Iqbal and compare it to the novel that we read.
Critiquing the text. Select a few questions to answer. Respond to at least two other comments.
Compare and contrast a typical day in your life to the daily routine of a child in the story.
You pick two to answer. Thanks!
What do the quote mean to you?
"There's nothing wrong with Iqbal believing we'll be free someday."
Is your mind set similar to Iqbal's or more like Fatima's?
The author uses specific language in this book. Explain what the author means, "You'll erase those lines on the slate like the sun erases the snow of the mountains."
Select a character to describe. (Character traits, examples, family, descriptive words, etc.)