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2017 Charlotte Doyle Student Ques and Vocab Part 1

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Prologue: An Important Warning
Essential Question: What is Charlotte’s purpose for writing the “Important Warning?”
1. Who is the narrator of the story? What is the point of view?2.Name the four reasons Charlotte gives for explaining her parents’ decision is to let her travel alone?3. What is the foreshadowing at the end of the prologue? What does it hint at?
Answer the Essential Question.
The narrator of the story is __________ and the point of view is _________________.Answers to questions must be in complete sentences (answer all prompts).
TCCD: Chapter One
Essential Question: If you were Charlotte, how would you feel about sailing on the Seahawk?
1. Who is the narrator of the story? What point of view is this being written in?2. What two ominous events occur as Charlotte and Mr.Grummagemake their way down the pier to the Seahawk?3. What unusual thing does Charlotte think she sees as she waits for Mr.Grummageto return? .
Answer the Essential Question.How would you feel about sailing on the Seahawk? Give aspecific exampleto support your answer.
Answers to questions must be in complete sentences (answer all prompts).
Prologue Vocabulary
1. Summoned–“While working in England, my father received an advancement and wassummonedhome toAmerica.”Your guess:_____________________________________Actual definition:________________________________2. transpired–“My journalenabled me to relate everything thattranspiredduring that fatefulvoyage.”Your guess:_____________________________________Actual definition:________________________________
Chapter 1 - Vocabulary
3. quell– “I, however, unable toquellmy excited curiosity, managed to slip in one morequestion.”Your guess:_____________________________________Actual definition:_____________________________________4. din–“’Mr.Grummage,Sir,’I called over thedin.”Your guess:_____________________________________Actualdefinition:______________________________________5. reticule–“Hastily, I began to extract a coin from myreticule.”Your guess:_____________________________________Actual definition:______________________________________
TCCD: Chapter Two
Essential Question: Summarize this chapter in 3 sentences.
1. Describe Charlotte’s cabin. Use exact phrases (3) from the text.2. What is Barlow’s warning?3. Describe Zachariah.4. What does Zachariah tell Charlotte?5. What is a final friend?6. Describe the overheard conversation at the end of the chapter.
Answer the Essential Question.Make a prediction.
Answers to questions must be in complete sentences. Answer all prompts.
Chapter 2 - Vocabulary
6. decrepit– “Standing there was a shockinglydecrepitold sailor…”Your guess:__________________________________Actualdefinition:_____________________________7. vexation–“...that I burst into tears ofvexation...,crying with fear, rage, and humiliation.”Yourguess:_________________________________Actualdefinition:_____________________________8.trepidation –“I followed withtrepidation, stopping at the threshold to look about.”Yourguess:________________________________Actualdefinition:_____________________
TCCD: Chapter Three
Essential Question: How does Charlotte feel about the crew and the captain?
1. What is the “shock of my life” that Charlotte receives?2. Describe the sailors. (3)3. Describethe Captain.Use exact text.4. What does “No ship sails the same sea twice” mean?5. What is Charlotte’s “new hope”?6. What is wrong with Charlotte, who takes care of her?
Answer the Essential Question. Who is the 1stmate and the 2ndmate?
Answers to questions must be in complete sentences. Answer all prompts.
Chapter 3 - Vocabulary
9. Chastened– “…I sat up with some energy only to strike my head upon the low ceiling. Chastened, I got myself to the cabin floor.”Yourguess:_____________________________________Actualdefinition:________________________________10.doffed– “One by one the sailors shuffled forward a step, lifted their heads, doffed their caps, and spoke their names.”Yourguess:_____________________________________Actualdefinition:____________________
TCCD: Chapter Four
Essential Question: What is the tone of this chapter?
1. What does Zachariah mean, “A ship is a nation of its own.”2. Describe what happened one year ago on the ship?3. What does Zachariah mean by, “I was first surgeon, then carpenter to Mr.Crannick.”4. Why is the crew back on the Seahawk?
Answer the Essential Question. Give a specific example from the text to support your answer.
Answers to questions must be in complete sentences. Answer all prompts.
Chapter 4 - Vocabulary
11.sealegs– “And most pleased too that you’ve found your – what sailors call –sealegs.”Yourguess:_________________________________Actualdefinition:________________________________12. jack–“That poor jack went by the name of Mr.Crannick.”Yourguess:__________________________________Actualdefinition:______________________________13. ire–“..one poor sailor come under the captain’s ire, the captain’s judgment, the captain’s rage.”Yourguess:___________________________________Actualdefinition:_______________________________14. appalled– “Appalled, I jumped off the stool.‘Idon’t believe you!’I shouted.”Yourguess:___________________________Actualdefinition:_______________________
TCCD: Chapter Five
Essential Question: Why is Charlotte on the Captain’s side?
1. Why doesn’t Charlotte believe Zachariah?2. Describe the captain’s cabin. Use exact words from the text.3. What does “awash with tea” mean?4. What do you find out about the captain’s family?5. How does the captain think Charlotte can help the crew?6. Draw a round robin. What is it?
Answer the Essential Question.Why do you think she lies to him about the dirk?
Answers to questions must be in complete sentences. Answer all prompts.
Chapter 5 - Vocabulary
15. presumptuous– “The duchess would not put up with presumptuous servants.”Yourguess:___________________________Actualdefinition:______________________16. punctilious– “I am a punctilious man, Miss Doyle. Without order there is chaos.”Yourguess:_____________________________________Actualdefinition:________________________________17.flourish –“At the open door he paused, and with flourish, extended his arm.”Yourguess:_____________________________Actualdefinition:________________________
TCCD: Chapter Six
Essential Question: Summarize what happens in the hold.
1. What does Barlow mean, “Just now, miss, the captain put us ondisplay?”2. Describe the hold. Use sensory details:Sight (3), Sound, Smell, Touch.3. What scares Charlotte in the hold?
Answer the Essential Question. In 3 sentences, summarize what happened in the hold.
Answers to questions must be in complete sentences. Answer all prompts.
Chapter 6 - Vocabulary
18.brig–“That’s where the brig is.”“Brig?”“Theship’s jail.”Yourguess:______________________Actualdefinition:_________________
TCCD: Chapter Seven
Essential Question: By the end of the chapter, what does Charlotte thinks actually happened in the hold?
1. What actually scared Charlotte?2. What is Charlotte convinced of?3. What does this line, “Alas, such would not be the case,” foreshadow?
Answer the Essential Question.
Answers to questions must be in complete sentences. Answer allprompts.
Chapter 7 - Vocabulary
19.eddy(eddied)– “…crouching in pitch blackness while the wash of ship sounds eddied aboutme.”Yourguess:Actual definition:20. hideous– “This time it rolled to one side, as though twisting down upon a shoulder yet all the while glaring hideously at me.”Yourguess:Actualdefinition:21.malicious–“Besides, though I hardly knew the man, he seemed too submissive, too beaten about, to be capable of such a malicioustrick.”Yourguess:Actualdefinition:22.sheath–“I took up the dirk and - since it had no sheath- wrapped it in one of my handkerchiefs.”Yourguess:Actualdefinition:
TCCD: Chapter Eight
Essential Question: What is your opinion of CaptainJaggery?
1. What does Charlotte mean by “unstinting was he in hispraise?”2. What does the Captain mean by “Sweet are the uses ofadversity?”3. Evaluate how the Captain treats the crew. Give 2 examples.4. What does the line, “But the storm was – at first- man made,” foreshadow?
Answer the Essential Question and give one specific example from the text as support.
Answers to questions must be in complete sentences. Answer all prompts.
Chapter 8 - Vocabulary
23. yarns– “Then there were their yarns. Tales of castaways on Pacific atolls…”Yourguess:Actualdefinition:24. holystones– “Decks had to be holystoned, caulked, and scrubbed anew….”Your guess:Actual definition:25. duff–“Twice a week we might have duff, the seaman’s delight: boiled flour andraisins.”Yourguess:Actualdefinition:
TCCD: Chapter Nine
Essential Question: Summarize this chapter.
1. What twofrighteningthings does Charlotte discover during her visit to the forecastle?2. How does Mr. Morgan threaten Charlotte?3. Why does Mr. Morgan threaten her?3. What does the Captain mean by, “I intend to crush this mutiny before itstarts?”
Answer the Essential Question in a five sentence summary.
Answers to questions must be in complete sentences (answer all prompts).
Chapter 9 - Vocabulary
26. scandalous– “Scraps of pictures – some of a scandalous nature – were nailed here…”Yourguess:Actual definition:27.stilettolike– “He lifted a hand, extended astilettolikeforefinger, and drew it across his own neck….”Yourguess:Actualdefinition:
TCCD: Chapter Ten
Essential Question: Summarize this chapter.
1. Who is the “tenth” person on board and what does he want?2. Who says, “As a man he claims ourmercy?”And what does this mean?3. Why does the Captain tell Charlotte to choose who will take the punishment?
Answer the Essential Question in a five sentence summary.
Answers to questions must be in complete sentences (answer all prompts).
Chapter 10 - Vocabulary
28.contorted– “…their expressions contorted with fear and fury”.Yourguess:Actual definition:29. irrelevance– “… the rigging rattles with eerie irrelevance”.Yourguess:Actualdefinition:
TCCD: Chapter Eleven
Essential Question: How does Charlotte show her bravery?
1. What three points does Zachariah make in his speech at the beginning of the chapter?2. What is Zachariah sentenced to?3. What does the Captain mean by, “Proper order will be maintained”?
Answer the Essential Question. Who else is brave?
Answers to questions must be in complete sentences (answer allpromtps).
Chapter 11 - Vocabulary
30.palpable– “Though the glitter of hatred in his eyes was palpable enough, no one dared give voice toit.”Yourguess:Actual definition:31. gumption– “… stand aside for someone who has the gumption.”Yourguess:Actualdefinition:32.contemptuously– “The man looked contemptuously at the man who had just beaten hisdog.”Yourguess:Actualdefinition:
TCCD: Chapter Twelve
Essential Question: What big decision does Charlotte make at the end of the chapter?
1. What reasons does Charlotte give for the Captain choosing Zachariah to beat?2. What does a hammock on the deck mean?3. Charlotte blames herself for two deaths. Whose and why?
Answer the Essential Question.
Answers to questions must be in complete sentences (answer all prompts).
Chapter 12 - Vocabulary
33.loathing– “…the crew would have nothing but loathing for me who had betrayedthem.”Yourguess:Actual definition:34. restitution– “If only I could make restitution, if only I could convince the men that I accepted myresponsibility.”Yourguess:Actual definition:35. remorse–“Once again I gave myself up to grief andremorse.”Yourguess:Actual definition:36. wrath–“I who had fired his terrible wrath by reporting to him Ewing’s pistol.”Yourguess:Actualdefinition:
TCCD: Chapters 1 - 12
Essential Question: Create a plot chart for Section One.
What happened in the exposition?(setting, characters)Name seven (7) important eventsfromchapters2–9.What is the climax in chapter 10 & 11?Falling action in chapter 12.What is the resolution?
Answer the Essential Question.
Answers to questions must be in complete sentences (answer all prompts).

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