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A Christmas Carol

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A Christmas Carol A novel by Charles Dickens
A play by Israel Harowitsz Act I Scene II Take out your Reading Journals and write Act I Scene III Vocab Then, write down the following words, synonyms, latin roots and their definitions! Do Now:
Take out your Reading Journals and write down, Tier I Vocab.

Write the words, etymology, latin root, synonyms and definitions! replenish (v): fill up again “Next, you’ll be asking to replenish your coal from my coal-box” Latin: re= again + plenus = full refill, restore Nicole noticed that her cup of milk was empty and so Mary poured some more for her. Mary replenished Nicole's glass of milk. OR Mary did not replenish Nicole's glass of milk. Leo was in want of more lead for his pencil. However, no one had any lead. Leo was able to replenish the lead in his pencil. OR Leo was not able to replenish the lead for his pencil. Anna Karenina needed more water in her cup, The waiter came to refill her glass of water. The waiter replenished Anna's glass of water. OR The waiter did not replenish Anna's glass of water. morose (adj): sullen and gloomy “What reason have you to be morose? You are rich enough.” Latin: morosus ‘peevish' synonym: sulky, glum, melancholic Eeyore is morose. OR Eeyore is not morose. The dog is morose. OR The dog is not morose. In the film, 500 Days of Summer, our protagonist's name is Tom. Watch the following clip and determine whether or not Tom is morose.
Tom is morose. OR Tom is not morose. provision (n): providing or supplying something for use "Mr. Scrooge, it is more than usually desirable that we should make some slight provision for the poor and destitute..." Latin: provisio = forsee, attend to supply, provide Policies are put in place to provide for the needs of security in all students. Policies offer the provision of security. OR Policies do not offer the provision of safety. Ariel was provided for by her father.He supplied her and her sisters with food, shelter and clothing. Ariel had provision from her father OR Ariel did not have provision from her father. Oliver Twist was abandoned by his parents at a young age. He was sent to a poor orphanage from birth where he was neglected. Oliver received provision from adults. OR Oliver did not receive provision from adults. destitute (adj): without the basic necessities of life "...we should make some slight provision for the poor and destitute, who suffer greatly at the present time." Latin: destituere ‘forsake’ poor, impoverished, penniless *What is destitute to you? Questions: 1. What is the setting of Scene 2? Does it change? If so, how? 2. What does Scrooge mean by, “Ohhh, I see. I was afraid, from what you said at first, that something had occured to stop them from their useful course. I’m glad to hear it.” 3. List all the characters of Scene 2 and identify at least two character elements for each. 4. On page 269, what does Cratchit do? Why is this significant? 5. Compare/Contrast Scrooge's character to that of Cratchit's. 6. What is the purpose of the ‘crossover’ at end of Scene 2? resound (v): fill a place with sound; be loud enough to echo “The sound of the door closing resounds throughout the house as thunder” Latin resonare = ‘sound again’ boom, reverberate The church bells boomed in the ghostly town. The bells resounded in the ghost town. OR the church bells did not resound in the ghost town. In this film, Sound of Music, Maria is a governess who is gifted with the talent of music. In this clip determine whether or not their voices resound among the hilltop. Maria and her children's voices resound among the hilltops. Maria and her children's voices do not resound among the hilltops. D'Artagnan and Robert skip to reading class while singing Taylor Swifts, "Trouble." As they do this, their voices reverberate down the halls. Their voices resound in the halls. OR Their voices do not resound in the halls. phenomenon (n): a fact or situation that is observed to exist or happen, esp. one whose cause or explanation is in question “Scrooge is stunned by the phenomenon.” occurrence, event, happening Latin: phainomenon = ‘thing appearing to view’ Glaciers are a large and natural occurrence that is hard to explain. Glaciers are a natural phenomenon. OR Glaciers are not a natural phenomenon. The Northern Lights are a natural occurrence in the arctic region that are hard to explain. The Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon. OR The Northern Lights are not a natural phenomenon. Ms. D left to get a coffee at Starbucks after school. This is a natural occurrence that is easily explained. Ms. D's trip to Starbucks is a phenomenon OR Ms. D's trip to Starbucks is not a phenomenon. cease (v): come to an end “The bells cease their ringing all at once” stop Latin: cessare = ‘stop’ The pika's are an endangered species that will soon become extinct. Pika's will cease to exist. OR Pika's will not cease to exist. Abandoned books are books that people have stopped looking after. Abandoned books are books that people have ceased to look after. OR Abandoned books are books that people have continued to look after. The mother told the child that she loves her unconditionally (love without end). The mother will cease to love the child. OR The mother will not cease to love the child. ledger (n): a book or other collection of financial accounts of a particular type “...to which is fastened cash-boxes, keys, padlocks, ledgers, deeds and heavy purses fashioned of steel.” account book, register The accountant goes to record numbers in his account book. The accountant records numbers in his ledger. OR The accountant does not record numbers in his ledger. condemn (v): express complete disapproval of, typically in public; censure “...and if that spirit goes not forth in life, it is condemned to do so after death.” Latin: condemnare, from con- (intensive force) + damnare ‘inflict loss on’ (see damn ) censure, criticize, convict forge (v): make or shape (a metal object) by heating it in a fire or furnace and beating or hammering it “I wear the chain I forged in life.” hammer out, beat into shape, fashion Latin fabricare ‘fabricate’ Act I Scene III Classwork Questions: Why does Scrooge say that he doubts his own senses? How does Scrooge really feel about Marley’s ghost? How is he reacting. What literary element is being employed when the narrator states, “Marley stands and screams again. This time, he takes his head and lifts it from his shoulders. His head continues to scream. Marley’s face again appears on every picture in the room: all screaming.” What does Marley’s ghost carry? What does he mean when he says that “forged this chain in life?” What does Marley say about Scrooge’s own chain? How does Scrooge react? What is so terrible about Marley’s fate? Use examples to support your answers and TTQA!! What is “no light part of [Marley’s] penance” ? What a literary element that the author employs when Marley leaves Scrooge. What do you think is meant by the narration, “...all is quiet, as it should be on Christmas Eve”? What is the purpose of the “thunder and lightening” that booms after Scrooge starts to consider that his encounter with the ghost was all apart of his imagination? Watch the following film and identify whether or not there is an example of forging. ________ is forging _______________________. Watch the following clip and determine whether or not the sword has been forged. The sword has been forged OR The sword has not been forged. During class, Ms. D breaks her pencil. Suddenly Alex takes out his whittle and wood block and begins shaping and carving out pencil. Alex forges a pencil. OR Alex does not forge a pencil. Homework Q's: Do you think there might be something in Scrooge's past that ruins Christmas for him? How do people become so unhappy? Could Scrooge's personality have formed overnight or did it take many years? How important are the stage directions in this play? Would the play be as good without them? Why or why not? Why does Scrooge doubt seeing the ghost of Marley? What does he think is causing the vision? Do Now: 12/18 Summarize Act I Scene II in your RJ's -Who are the characters?
-What do they do?
-In what order? Act I Scene II Summary: At the beginning of Act I Scene II, Scrooge is working in his office while Bob Cratchit works in the cold countinghouse right outside Scrooge's office. Suddenly, Scrooge's nephew walks in feeling chipper and invites Scrooge to celebrate Christmas. However, Scrooge is bitter and hostile. He rejects the nephew's offer claiming that it is "humbug." Next, the thin man and portly man walk in and ask Scrooge for a donation to a needy charity. Scrooge responds with cruelty, claiming that the poor can find shelter in "prisons" and "Union workhouses." Lastly... Act II Scene I convey (v): communicate “Ebenezer Scrooge and is conveyed by other ministers to other kinds of men.” relay, expresses, shows Latin: conviare, from con = ‘together’ + via = ‘way’ Jorrel is about to get up from his seat when Ms. D makes a motion with her hand going up to down. What message is Ms. D trying to convey? Ms. D is trying to convey to Jorrel to ______________________________________. Kaleigh and Destiny are on their way to class when all of a sudden, a dragon lands in front of them. Destiny gestures with her head towards the torch that is in the mideval wing of the school and can slay the dragon. Destiny conveys intelligence in this situation OR Destiny does not convey intelligence in this situation? linger (v): stay in a place longer than necessary, typically because of a reluctance to leave “I cannot rest, I cannot linger anywhere...” wait around The guests were having such a great time at the party that they did not want to leave. As a result they ended up staying longer than usual. The guests lingered at the party. OR The guests did not linger at the party. The hare stopped quickly for a sip of water and then raced on whereas the tortoise decided to rest awhile and enjoy the sweet taste of fresh spring water before continuing the race. Which of the animals lingered at the spring?
The _______ lingered at the spring. weary (adj): feeling or showing tiredness, esp. as a result of excessive exertion or lack of sleep "“me!-in life my spirit never roved beyond the narrow limits of our money-changing and weary journeys lie before me!” tired Act I Scene IV-V Classwork Questions 1. Why does Marley’s ghost say that he will remain with Scrooge even though he can’t see him? 2. What does the ghost of Christmas past mean when he says that,”These are but shadows of things that have been. They have no consciousness of us”? 3. What is the significance of Scrooge’s statement, “There was a boy singing a Christmas Carol outside my door last night. I should have given him something: that’s all.” 4. Who is Fan? How is she described? What is past Scrooge's relationship to her like? Present Scrooge? Take out your Reading Journals and write down Act I, Scene IV-V Tier I Vocab. Write down the words, definitions, synonyms, and latin roots. blemish (n): a small mark or flaw that spoils the appearance of something “a blemish on the skin from the eating of overmuch grease...” imperfection, flaw, defect The woman's face has a blemish. OR The woman's face does not have a blemish. Meet Princess Tiana. Her face is free of flaws or defects. Princess Tiana's face has a blemish. OR Princess Tiana's face does not have a blemish. stagnant (adj): not changing or making progress, and continuing to be in a bad condition “To be stagnant in this place is, for me, unbearable!” still, motionless, static Latin: stagnant- ‘forming a pool of standing water’ This swamp is made up of water that does not move. It stays there and pools up causing a bad smell. This is stagnant water. OR This is not stagnant water. Watch the following clip from the film Black Swan and determine whether or not the protagonist is stagnant. The protagonist is stagnant. The protagonist is not stagnant. jocund (adj): cheerful and lighthearted Latin: jocundus - 'pleasant or agreeable' “Four jocund travelers enter, singing a Christmas song in four-part harmony -- “God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman” cheerful, jovial, joyful Obama is jocund. OR Obama is not jocund. The student is jocund. OR The students is not jocund. The child is jocund. OR The child is not jocund. solitary (n): done or existing alone “A solitary child, neglected by his friends, is left there still.” Latin solitarius - 'alone' lonely, companionless The elephant strolls in the savannah alone. This is a solitary elephant. OR This is not a solitary elephant. Harry, Ron and Hermoine study together for their OWLS in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Harry is a solitary student. OR Harry is not a solitary student. In the Order of the Pheonix, Harry becomes more and more restrospective - involved in himself and retreating into his mind because of the horrors of Voldemort. Because of this twisted relationship with the dark lord, Harry begins to isolate himself from his friends. Harry becomes a more solitary individual. OR Harry does not become a solitary individual. void (n): completely empty “...alone in a vast space, a void.” Latin vacare - ‘vacate’ emptiness, nothingness "A black hole is a region of spacetime from which gravity prevents anything, including light, from escaping.[1]... Around a black hole there is a mathematically defined surface called an event horizon that marks the point of no return. It is called 'black' because it absorbs all the light that hits the horizon," Bill was incredibly wealthy. He made so much money that he never had to work a day in his life. Instead he would spend his days buying clothes, cars, houses and other things to make him happy. However, he only became increasingly melancholic. Bill tried had a void that material things could not fill. OR Bill did not have a void that material things could not fill. Characters: Scrooge ------- Willie Marley ------ Jorrel Boy ----------- Jorrel Fan ---------- Araliz Past ------------ Mary SchoolMaster ------ Destiny Narrator --------- Alex Fezziwig -------- D'Art scold (v): to angrily criticize someone "she lovingly scolds her husband." chide, chastise, Mrs. Dursley yells at Harry for trying to celebrate his own birthday. Mrs. Dursley scolds Harry OR Mrs. Dusley does not scold Harry. Joseph crossed the street without looking both ways but then gets hit. Luckily, he survived but spent the rest of his time rebuking himself for having crossed the street. Joseph internally scolds himself. OR Joseph does not internally scold himself. Carey loves hanging out with Tim, but Tim is so messy. His locker is a mess and so he ends up losing important assignments. Cary chides him lovingly for his behavior. Cary scolds Tim. OR Cary does not scold Tim. Mid-Way through the Trimester!! You will notice that your RJ's have a grade, that is because we are mid-way through the semester and through the play, A Christmas Carol!

On your own time/tonight, make sure to read through my comments and catch up on work that you may have!

Up ahead!: UNIT 2 TEST (Next Friday) on literary elements, conflict, characterization, mood and setting!! We will review this through the week and learn two more starting tomorrow!

But now.... Act I Scene V Classwork Questions: lavish (adj): rich, elaborate, or luxurious "Is that so much that he deserves such praise as you and Dick so lavish now?" rich, sumptuous, costly Latin 'lavare' apprentice (n): a person who is learning a trade from a skilled employer "I shall treat my apprentices with the same dignity and the same grace." Latin apprehendere ‘apprehend’ = gain, (French = learn) trainee, learner Take down the following words, definitions, latin roots and synonyms. There are 4 words!! ACT II Scene V Tier I Vocab RJ's!! mourning (n):black clothes worn to show that you are very sad that someone has died: mourn (v): to feel very sad and miss someone after they have died "Beside him stands a young woman in a mourning dress." grief, lament Latin word lament = to weep or wail Watch the following clip and determine whether or not the guests at the burial are in mourning. The guests are in mourning OR The guests are not in mourning. alter (v): to change, or to make someone or something change: "In a changed nature; in an altered spirit." change, make changes to Latin alter ‘other’ Regina's dress is too small. She needs to take it to a seamstress to get it let out. She needs to alter her dress. OR She does not need to alter her dress. Willie and Omar G have been scoring mad points for the WMS basketball team so far. If the score-keeper records that they score 10 pts each when really they each scored 50pts then Willie's and Omar G's scores were altered OR Willie's and Omar G's scores were not altered. Destiny, Desiree, and Jaydelin were up and down the court last night like Kobe, Shaq and ______. No matter what they stick with the game. The girls' love for basketball has altered. OR Destiny's and Desiree's love for basketball has not altered? Now, write a horizontal line beneath the vocab and title the new section of your RJ's

ACT I SCENE V Classwork Questions

Then, silently write down the following four questions... 1. What is the setting on page 277?
Has it changed from before? If so, how? 2. What can we infer about the "woman in a mourning dress?" 3. What literary element is being used on page 279?
**Hint: think about things that are compared... 2. What kind of boss was Fezziwig? What effect did his personality have on his workers? 1. What happened to the vow young Scrooge made? Do you think most people keep the vows they make to themselves when they are young? Why not? Homework Q's: 3. In what ways has Scrooge changed since he met this woman? 4. What is the main conflict in this part of the scene? CHALLENGE!!! Contenders Edeson
Jorrel Challenge Expectations: 1. A Question will appear on the screen that is worth 1 pt.
2. There are 7 Q's = ________ pts total??
3. To answer a question, contender must be seated and silently raise hand. First hand in air gets it.
4. Contenders must wait silently and seated for proctor (Ms. D) to read through all answer choices before raising hand. She will cue you by saying, "Answer please."
5. Winning contender gets pts earned PLUS 2 participation pts from the Vocab Word on Friday!
*Choice = 3 pts to Class towards 60 pts!! Judges: Destiny ---- fact checker
Kaleigh --- score keeper
Nicole ----- fact checker
Araliz ---- score keeper
Elmo ----- fact checker
Robert ----- score keeper
Mary ----- fact checker 1. What is a metaphor? (A) An extreme exaggeration.
(B) Compares two things without using like or as. (C) Language that gives inanimate or lifeless things human qualities.
(D) Compares two things using like or as. 2. What is a simile? (D) (A) An extreme exaggeration.
(B) Compares two things without using like or as. (C) Language that gives inanimate or lifeless things human qualities.
(D) Compares two things using like or as. (B) 3. What is a hyperbole? (A) An extreme exaggeration.
(B) Compares two things without using like or as. (C) Language that gives inanimate or lifeless things human qualities.
(D) Compare two things using like or as. (A) 4. What is personification? (A) An extreme exaggeration.
(B) Compares two things without using like or as. (C) Language that gives inanimate or lifeless things human qualities.
(D) Compare two things using like or as. Fact Checker = verify if the answers are correct
Score Keeper = keep track of contenders pts (C) 5. Identify the literary element employed in this sentence... She was fairly certain that life was a fashion show. Metaphor 6. Explain. This sentence is an example of a metaphor because it compares life to a fashion show without using the words "like" or "as." 7. Watch the following clip and listen carefully/silently.
Identify which literary element that the protagonist uses and be prepared to explain author purpose !! (2pts) Simile- Forrest compares life to a box of chocolates using the word "like." Forrest Gump uses this simile to show how life can be unpredictable, as unpredictable as the kind of chocolate one might pull out of a box of chocolates. Watch the following clip from My Fair Lady and determine whether or not this is a lavish setting or not. This scene depicts a lavish setting OR This scene does not depict a lavish setting. Watch a clip from earlier in the same film and determine whether or not the setting/mood is lavish. The setting depicted is lavish. OR The setting depicted is not lavish. This woman appears to be in mourning OR This woman does not appear to be in mourning. Latin effectivus, from efficere ‘work out, accomplish’ ACT I SCENE V Scrooge --------- Omar
Marley ---------- Dominic
Narrator --------- Xavier
Fan --------------- Emily
Boy --------------- Joe
Fezziwig ----------- Herman
Man --------------- G
Woman ---------- Desiree
Schoolmaster --------- Jaydelin Act I Scene V: Summary and Theme Summary: a statement that gives the main points of something in a short format; main idea of a story (what is its mainly about, what happens, in what order). Somebody: _______________________
Wants: ___________________________
But: _____________________________
So: _______________________________ *In Pairs: Briefly Scan the scene and in your RJ's, construct a summary (6min). Then we will share whole group! My Summary: At the beginning of the scene, Past takes Scrooge to his hometown as a boy. After some time, Scrooge and Past come upon boy Scrooge sitting alone weeping, “a solitary child.” Then, all of a sudden, there is a flash of light on stage and the setting changes to Scrooge's schoolroom where we see young Scrooge reading by himself. Next, Scrooges sister, Fan enters and requests that young Scrooge joins his family for Christmas. The Schoolmaster enters and we can tell that Scrooge is intimidated/frightened by him. But Fan is very gentle and warm towards the Schoolmaster which surprises both him and young Scrooge. Later, we learn from Past that Fan died as a woman but had a child who we know as Scrooge’s nephew. The setting changes again and we are located in a warehouse where the now “Man” Scrooge was an apprentice to Mr. Fezziwig. We are introduced to both Mr. Fezziwig and Dick (a fellow apprentice) as they take part in his Christmas celebration. Finally, we are introduced to the “Woman” in past Scrooges life. They argue with great intensity over their relationship. Woman argues that Man Scrooge has changed - that he is in love with a “golden idol” instead of herself. The argument ends with them parting ways. Both Scrooge’s are in great turmoil. The scene ends with a terrifying image of ghostly faces swirling in the air and then an ominous monologue by Marley which foretells great turmoil ahead. Theme 1. Characters?: ____________________________________ 2. Characters beginning situation: ____________________ 3. Characters end situation: __________________________ 4. What did they learn?: _____________________________ 5. Explain: ________________________________________ *In pairs: Take 6min and QUIETLY (cafe/library voice) come up with 1-2 themes for Act I Scene V (or prediction of theme for ACT II) and write them down in your RJ's.

When finished, join hands and silently put them in air so I can come assess your answers! My Theme: *The past can teach us valuable lessons and it is never to late to change.
Characters: Fezziwig, Dick and Man Scrooge
Characters Beginning Situation: They are jovial and merrily celebrating the holiday season together.
Characters End Situation: Old Scrooge remembers the profound influence that Fezziwig had on them as their mentor. Scrooge now appreciates how kind and generous their employer was.
Learn: Scrooge has learned that he can truly affect the kind of life that his apprentice, Bob Cratchit has and now may want to change the way he treats him. Bonus Words: Use at least 2
literary elements: simile, metaphor, personification, imagery, hyperbole, foreshadowing etc.
mood/setting: ominous, suspenseful, light, dreary, dismal...
character traits: jovial, melancholic, merry, jocund, despondent, thoughtful, helpful, generous, destitute
plot: exposition, rising action, who is the passage mainly about? what does the main character desire? what stops the main character from achieving their goal? so what does our character do to resolve the situation? In whole group let's read this passage and follow the summary steps! The Miser
A MISER sold all that he had and bought a lump of gold, which he
buried in a hole in the ground by the side of an old wall and
went to look at daily. One of his workmen observed his frequent
visits to the spot and decided to watch his movements. He soon
discovered the secret of the hidden treasure, and digging down,
came to the lump of gold, and stole it. The Miser, on his next
visit, found the hole empty and began to tear his hair and to
make loud lamentations. A neighbor, seeing him overcome with
grief and learning the cause, said, "Pray do not grieve so; but
go and take a stone, and place it in the hole, and fancy that the
gold is still lying there. It will do you quite the same
service; for when the gold was there, you had it not, as you did
not make the slightest use of it." Silently fill your Summary Guideline In as we do it Whole Group! Somebody: _________________ Wants: _____________________ But: _________________________ So: ________________________ The miser wants to have his treasure/gold back in the hole where he buried it. one of his workers has stolen the gold from The miser's hole. a neighbor approaches The Miser and advises him to instead bury a rock because it will function the same way the gold did - just laying in the hole with no real purpose. PASSAGE #1 Expectations: 1. One person reads.
2. Class follows along silently. Passage #2: PAIRS! Partner Read Passage #2:
-Partner #1 Reads paragraphs 1-4 WHILE Partner #2 follows along silently and looks for "Somebody" and "Wants"
-Partner #2 Reads paragraphs 5-7 WHILE Partner #1 follows along silently and looks for "But" and "So." When Summary is constructed, partners join hands and silently raise in air so teacher can come check! Be prepared to share out in pairs! Passage #2: The Secret Note Share in pairs: Make sure both partners agree on each part of Summary (2min) Somebody?: ________________ Wants: ____________________ But: ________________________ So: ___________________________ Kevin wants to know where the note came from but even more, he wants to pretend that the note does not exist. another mysterious note comes for Kevin, ruining his fantasies of a summer without these notes (and whatever they represent). Kevin must "face the music," he must confront the truth of what the notes mean. Objectives: ________: Content Language: _________ 1. Students will briefly review text structures and practice identifying text structure on sample informational passages in better preparation for the Reading Comprehension Q's on the CMT.

2. Students will practice summarizing and constructing theme from sample fictional passages and then determine summary for ACT I SCENE V of A Christmas Carol as well as construct themes from this point in the play. 1. Students will construct theme and summary from sample passages (written) and explain (written and verbally) their reasoning by using evidence/key details from the passage. who are the main characters? what is characterization at the beginning? (character traits, appearance, desires, goals, taste, values etc.) what is characterization at end of story? overall lesson or moral that the character has discovered on their journey from beginning to end? support your theme with 2-3 key details from text!! With that in mind, lets see if we can go back and tell difference between theme and summary!

Let's re-read Passage #1 Whole Group and this time fill in the Theme Guide! Theme: Passage #1 1. Characters: _____________________ the Miser 2. Character's Beginning Situation: ________________
______________________________________________ 3. Character's End Situation: _____________________
____________________________________________ 4. What did our character learn? __________________
______________________________________________ The Miser sells everything for gold is content with burying his gold in a hole that visits everyday. The Miser is utterly ... as he discovers that his gold was stolen from the hole. neighbor, our character learns that gold has little value if it is not being used. Upon hearing the advice of the 5. Explain: (1) The miser did nothing more with his gold than come to observe it daily. (2) The neighbor states that a rock could perform the same function of simply staying underground and being observed. In PAIRS: Find the Theme in Passage #2 Partner #2 reads Paragraphs 1-4 WHILE Partner #1 follows along silently and looks for "Characters" and "Character Beginning situation. Partner #1 reads Paragraphs 5-7 WHILE Partner #2 follows along silently and looks for "Character End Situation" and "What the character learned." *BOTH Partners locate 3 key details supporting the Theme (what the character learned). Congratulations P.5!!!
YOUR TEAM WON UNIT 2 Book Party!! After you have completed the Reading Comprehension Do Now, raise 1 finger for a piece of paper and silently write down the following:
-Preferred Food: pizza, popcorn, cookies, taki's, oreos, almonds, apples etc.
-Preferred Drink: pop/soda, milk, orange juice etc.
-Preferred Activity: Educational Game, Movie, Scene It/Movie Game, Documentary
-Preferred Movie: Remember the Titans, Coach Carter, Jumanji, Lion King, Rango, Finding Nemo, Mary Poppins, Sound of Music, My Fair Lady, Mulan etc.
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