Sunday, October 15, 2017
Magic Tree House Night of the Ninjas Chapter 6
Magic Tree House
Night of the Ninjas
Before Reading: What happened in the first 5 chapters? What was the most exciting part for you so far?
While reading - Make a chart of the events that are happening
samurai Noun – Fierce Japanese fighters
Example: The Samurai were fighting against the Ninjas.
Woven- verb past participle of weeve – to interlace especially to form a texture, fabric, or design
Example: I loved the woven design of the wall hanging, it was so pretty
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mercy – noun kind or forgiving treatment
Example: He showed mercy to the small child, helping him to cross the busy street.
No mercy – noun - not good treatment.
Example: The boxer show no mercy to his opponent, and knocked him down after 5 minutes.
flickering light, Noun the light given off by a candle
Example: As I sat in the flickering light of the campfire I felt warm and cozy.
Worthy Adjective having enough good qualities to be considered important, useful
Example Your donation of money is going to a worthy cause, helping deaf people to hear again.
flickering fli ke ing
Describe the picture on the opening page of the chapter
Why are Jack and Annie surprised at the what the Ninja Master?
What did the ninja do with the note?
Who are the samurai?
What will the samurai do?
______________________________________________________________________ Why can’t Jack and Annie go with the Ninjas?
______________________________________________________________________ What advice does the Ninja master give them?
______________________________________________________________________ What does it mean “show no mercy?”
What three things does the Ninja Master tell them?
Why is Shadow Warrior a good title for this chapter?
How will Annie and Jack find their way back to the Tree House?
Homework: Jack and Annie have to prove themselves worthy. The ninjas want them to see that Annie and Jack are resourceful and can solve their own problems.
Tell about a time that you were in a contest. How did you prepare? How long did it take for you to prepare for the contest? Did you win? Why or why not?
I was in a concert band, playing the clarinet. There was a contest of all the players in the band to go to an all city band. I wanted to be one of the two clarinet positions that were available in my school. We had a list of pieces that we had to play. I practiced them every day for two weeks and then we had the audition! I didn’t win 1st place, but I did win 2nd place! We then played in the all city band!
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