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The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
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Chapter Analysis  

Chapter 1 – Inferences  

Chapter 2 – Context Clues / Idioms and Hyperbole

Chapter 3 – Point of View / Mood  

Chapter 4 – Imagery / Discussion

Chapter 5 – Discussion / Capitalization Rules  

Chapter 6 – Imagery/ Discussion/ Context Clue & Figurative Language Review

Test – Chapters 1-6  

Chapter 7 – Friendly Letter/ Discussion/ Non-Fiction Analysis  

Chapter 8 – Indirect Characterization

Chapter 9 – Analysis/ Historical Significance  

Chapter 10 – The Armband/ Figurative Language Review/ Predictions

Test Chapters 7-10

Chapter 11 - Flashbacks/The Dinner Guest/Research Opportunity  

Chapter 12 – Shmuel’s Journey/Venn Diagram  

Chapter 13 – Reference Skills

Chapter 14 – Irony/A Secret to Cover up

Test 11-14

Chapter 15 – Bruno’s List/Symbolism  

Chapter 16 – Discussion  

Chapter 17 – Reader’s Theater  

Chapter 18 – Predictions/Change in Descriptions

Chapter 19 – Bruno’s Misunderstandings/Weather to Emphasize Change  

Chapter 20 – Discussion/Tone  

Comparing and Contrasting Bruno and Shmuel  

Silent Passage Analysis  

Character Analysis  

Discussion Questions

Final Test

 “I Am” Poem  

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