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Freak the Mighty by Rodman Philbrick

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Ms. Pearson

on 5 January 2014

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Transcript of Freak the Mighty by Rodman Philbrick

Question 1
Question 3
Freak the Mighty by Rodman Philbrick
Numbered Heads Together
Question 2
Question 4
The first person narration provides the reader with considerable insight into the mind of our protagonist, Max. Provide evidence from the text (including page #s) that reveals how Max feels about himself.
What is Max's perspective on showing affection--specifically hugs?
What is Max's opinion of Freak? Support your answer with details from the text.
What is the purpose of the chapter's final paragraph? What is its intended impact on the reader?
Question 5
Find three example of figurative language in this chapter and explain their meanings.
Question 6
Select a line from Chapter 1 you feel best reveals who Max is as a character. Be prepared to discuss and defend your choice.
Ticket out the door
Narrative Point of View Exercise

Option 1: Rewrite the first two paragraphs in third person (You should use pronouns like he, she, they, them, etc.) Be sure to consider changes in the stylistic approach.

Option 2: Explain how the first person narration impacts your understanding of the text. Consider characters, plot events, the setting, tone, mood, etc.
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