Rule of the Bone

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When we first meet him, Chappie is a punked-out teenager living with his mother and abusive stepfather in an upstate New York trailer park. During this time, he slips into drugs and petty crime. Rejected by his parents, out of school and in trouble with the police, he claims for himself a new identity as a permanent outsider; he gets a crossed-bones tattoo on his arm, and takes the name "Bone."

He finds dangerous refuge with a group of biker-thieves, and then hides in the boarded-up summer house of a professor and his wife. He finally settles in an abandoned schoolbus with Rose, a child he rescues from a fast-talking pedophile. There Bone meets I-Man, an exiled Rastafarian, and together they begin a second adventure that takes the reader from Middle America to the ganja-growing mountains of Jamaica. It is an amazing journey of self-discovery through a world of magic, violence, betrayal and redemption.

Curriculet Details
125 Questions
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3 Quizzes

Designed for students in 9th and 10th grade, this free digital curriculum contains annotations explaining theme, characterization and setting. It also contains interactive videos that support comprehension, such as videos about foreshadowing and determining character's motivations. Over the course of the book, students will answer Common Core questions and quizzes related to the subjects of vocabulary, plot points and character interaction. This free online unit will increase student engagement while building reading comprehension.

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CHAPTER ONE - JUST DON’T TOUCH ANYTHING

Mark Twain once said, "Truth is stranger than fiction." Consider the narrator's claim of telling the truth as you begin to understand him and his experiences. 
The author, Russell Banks, is trying to capture the true-to-life voice of a 14 year old narrator. The narrator's words will often be related in run-on sentences and sentence fragments. Also, there will be some strong language used in the novel. 
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Why is the narrator looking for items to sell? 
Lee Harvey Oswald is the sniper who killed President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. He used a rifle and shot President Kennedy from an open window in a nearby building.  (This annotation contains an image)
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What does the narrator find in the briefcase? 
The Hell's Angels is a motorcycle rider organization. Some consider it a dangerous group, but others consider Hell's Angels to be simply a collection of like-minded people.  (This annotation contains an image)
Indian head nickels (also called buffalo nickels because of the image on the reverse) were in circulation from 1913 to 1938.  (This annotation contains an image)
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What is the narrator's "trademark"? 
This simile refers to a fable in which greed gets the better of a farmer and his wife and they slaw a goose which has been laying golden eggs. They thought they could capture all of the wealth the goose provided daily all at once by cutting it open and taking a large lump of gold from inside.  (This annotation contains a link)
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Using the Define feature, learn the meaning of sentimental. What word below is the best antonym, or word opposite in meaning? 
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How will the narrator get money for essentials now that he has run away from home? 

CHAPTER TWO - ALL IS FORGIVEN

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Provide three reasons that his mom and Ken kicked him out of the house. 
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Examine why the narrator has this image of family love and forgiveness. Explain how his story connects to a developing theme in the novel. 
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Why does the mom say "Ken finally came to my side on this"? 
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In three to five sentences, explain why the narrator says "Now I'm a real criminal". 

CHAPTER THREE - CANADIANS

Watch this short video on character development. Active readers will begin to make inferences about characters early on in a text.  (This annotation contains a video)
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What details does Chappie, the narrator, relate about the young girl? 
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Why does Chappie decide to track the man and the girl through the mall? 
General Norman Schwarzkopf was the U.S. military leader during the Persian Gulf War, including Operation Desert Storm.  (This annotation contains an image)
This paragraph contains a strong passage of foreshadowing. The narrator senses danger on a deep level.  (This annotation contains a video)
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When Chappie approaches the man and the young girl in the food court, what are they doing? 
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What are the names of the man and the young girl? 
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Use the Define feature to learn the meaning of protege. What word below is the best replacement for protege in this context? 
Quaaludes and pink ladies are types of sedatives. 
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Chappie has a flashback to some uncomfortable memories. What happened to him and how might this have affected him? 
A carnival funhouse usually has secret rooms and many hallways with twists and turns.  (This annotation contains an image)
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Analyze this quote: "I felt incredibly sad then. I felt guilty too because of losing my courage and deciding not to take her place when I saw those mannequins in the window." What does it mean and what is its significance? 

CHAPTER FOUR - ADIRONDACK IRON

Some characters in novels change and grow over time while others remain the same. As this novel develops, consider which characters are dynamic and which are static.  (This annotation contains a video)
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Who is Rudy LaGrande? 
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Summarize the author's characterization of Bruce in terms of his looks and behavior. 
A harem is a collection of wives, concubines, or female servants. 
The author's choice of words creates a tone that matches the rough situation and slang terms favored by teenagers.  (This annotation contains a video)
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Adirondack Iron is the name for ____________. 
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What is not true about Joker? 
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Use the Define feature to learn the meaning of raucous. What word is the best antonym, or word opposite in meaning? 
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What is not true about Wanda LaGrande? 
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How has Russell been dealing with money in the video store? 
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How does one interpret the fact that college graduates are working at McDonalds "flipping Big Macs"? 

CHAPTER FIVE - PRESUMED DEAD

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Why does Chappie suspect that Russ has been taking meth? 
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How did Bruce and some of the other bikers get the electronics and what do they plan to do with it? 
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Use the Define feature to discover the meaning of accomplice. What word below is the best antonym, or word opposite in meaning? 
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What proposal does Russ make to Chappie? 
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Chappie has some unique experiences of family life. How might be define family? How might other characters define family? 
The VCR, which was replaced in recent years by the DVD or Blu-ray player, allowed users to watch video cassettes.  (This annotation contains an image)
"Like a lamb ready for slaughter" is an apt simile here because lambs are also small and innocent. 
This page develops quite a bit of tension for the reader. Will Russ be attacked when he returns? Will Chappie escape from the locked room? Tension can move the plot along in interesting directions.  (This annotation contains a video)
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How does the fire start? 
The notion of the hero includes saving others. If it is true that Bruce "went back for the kid", his selfless actions are an interesting counterpoint to this scene. 
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Which is not one of the ways that Chappie describes the fire? 
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How does Chappie says his mom and stepdad would have felt if he had died in the fire? 

CHAPTER SIX - SKULL & BONES

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Which detail is not true about Russ' mom? 
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How are Russ and Chappie able to get the red Ford Ranger? 
Nirvana was an alternative rock band which was popular in early 1990s. Kurt Cobain, the leader singer, had a large cult following.  (This annotation contains an image)
The Grateful Dead is a band which toured for 30 years, from 1965 to 1995. Many fans would drive long distances to see a concert.  (This annotation contains an image)
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Which detail below about Richard and James is not accurate? 
Wicked cool is a slang phrase which means amazing, extraordinary, or phenomenal. 
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Explain the history of the bus and how it came to be placed in this location. 
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Explain the difference between Chappie's and Russ' reactions to the newspaper article. 
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What kind of tattoo will Russ get to cover up his biker gang tattoo? 
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What is Russ' last name? 
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How much do James and Richard pay Russ and Chappie for the stolen truck? 
This video shows a tattoo artist at work, with the "buzz of the needle" that Chappie describes.  (This annotation contains a video)
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Explain the design for Chappie's tattoo and the explanation he provides for wanting this design. 

CHAPTER SEVEN - THE BONE RULES

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Russ and Chappie have now taken on the names ____________ . 
In the mid-80's, there was a short lived campaign that placed photographs of missing children on the sides of milk cartons.  (This annotation contains an image)
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Why don't Russ and Chappie sit next to each other on the bus? 
This war took place in Iraq, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia in 1990 and 1991.  (This annotation contains a link)
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After getting off the bus, where are Russ and Chappie headed? 
Sally Jesse Raphael had a popular daytime talk show from 1981 to 1987. She was well known for her oversized red glasses.  (This annotation contains a link)
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How do Russ and Chappie find firewood to keep the house warm? 
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Name three things that Chappie finds in the drawer. 
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Explain why the boys decide to mainly stay inside the house. 
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Why does Russ decide to return to Au Sable? 
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Name some of the supplies that Chappie decides to take from the house. 
Quiz 1 

CHAPTER EIGHT - THE SOUL ASSASSINS

Fort Drum is a military base in Jefferson County, New York. This map provides some perspective on where it is located in relationship to some of the other settings in the novel.  (This annotation contains an image)
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Who is the driver of the van that picks him up while he's hitchhiking? 
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How do you think Chappie has changed since adopting the name Bone?  
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Use the Define feature to discover the meaning of sustenance. What is the best replacement for the word in this context? 
A roadie is a support person for a musician or band. Roadies generally help set up equipment before a show and take it down after the show. Some roadies may also help with sound or lighting. 
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Where does Buster have Chappie hide the money? 
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Where die Froggy used to live? 
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Who are Packer, Joker, Roundhouse, and Raoul? 
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What description does not match I-Man? 

CHAPTER NINE - SCHOOL DAYS

Haile Selassie was the emperor of Ethiopia from 1930 to 1974. Rastafarians consider him the Christ figure in their belief system.  (This annotation contains a link)
Rastafari is a monotheistic religion that was formed in Jamaica in the early 1930s. In the Rastafari religion, Zion is in Ethiopia and Jah is the name for the supreme being. 
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According to Chappie, what foods does I-man avoid eating? 
Here is a photo of a man with dreadlocks.  (This annotation contains an image)
"One Love" is a reggae song by Bob Marley.  (This annotation contains a video)
The Garden of Eden is the garden in the Book of Genesis. It is described as very lush and green.  (This annotation contains an image)
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What are akkra? 
Doc Martens is a British footwear brand known for its sturdy boots.  (This annotation contains a link)
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Why does Chappie consider I-Man "like our teacher in life and we were the students"? 
In Rastari, Babylon is the place of materialism, oppression, and sensual overindulgence. 
Agent Orange was a toxic herbicide used during the Vietnam War. It has been linked to cancer and many other health issues. 
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When Chappie talks to Froggy's mom on the phone, the mom tells him that her daughter is 
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What reasons does the mom provide for not being able to take care of her daughter? 
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Why is I-Man scared of the fireworks at first? 
In Jamaica, irie means "powerful" or "pleasing." 
A supernova is a colorful celestial display.  (This annotation contains an image)
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What does Chappie think will happen to the money that is supposed to be for new dresses? 
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Why does Chappie say that he is ready to return home? 

CHAPTER TEN - HOME AGAIN, HOME AGAIN, JIGGETY-JIG

Little Orphan Annie is a character from the Broadway play and accompanying movie, "Annie." She is generally seen wearing a red dress.  (This annotation contains an image)
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How is Rose (Froggy) acting before she boards her bus? 
The Saab Turbo 9000 was a popular, high end car in the late 1980s.  (This annotation contains an image)
Getting picked up by the Ridgeways, whose house he and Russ squatted in while in Keene, is an interesting twist to the story. 
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Bone (Chappie) feels ____________  after remembering how much damage he caused to the home owned by the Ridgeways. 
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As Bone (Chappie) enters his former home, what does he notice first? 
Ralph Lauren is a fashion designer who is best known for his preppy and patriotic clothing.  (This annotation contains an image)
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Why did Bone's mom move out? 
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How does Bone feel when his stepfather starts crying? 

CHAPTER ELEVEN - RED ROVER

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Where does Chappie's mom work and what does she do? 
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Where does Chappie tell his mom that he has been living recently? 
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To what does Chappie compare his secret about his stepfather's abuse?  
Red Rover is a popular game for elementary school children.  (This annotation contains a video)
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What two things does he tell his mom that he plans to do next? 

CHAPTER TWELVE - OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOODS

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In three to five sentences, describe Chappie's grandmother. 
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Why did his grandmother stop drinking? 
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What is the name of Chappie's father? 
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Use the Define feature to discover the meaning of gullible. Choose the best substitute word below for how gullible is used in the sentence. 
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Where did his father move after the divorce? 

CHAPTER THIRTEEN - MISTER YESTERDAY

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Why do you think Bone (Chappie) has this vision? 
Some children who've experienced traumatic events later have PTSD or post-traumatic stress disorder. It can be triggered by sexual assualt, abandonment, and other forms of violence. Psychotherapy is often helpful in these cases. 
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Pretend that the driver of the car is narrating this scene. What details would the person provide to bring this scene to life for the reader? 
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What did he watch "sail into the air turning like a tiny dead animal"? 
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Who is Mister Yesterday? 
"Many Rivers to Cross" is one of the most recognizable reggae tunes by Jimmy Cliff.  (This annotation contains a video)
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Describe I-Man's life at home in Jamaica. 

CHAPTER FOURTEEN - CROSSING THE BAR

Tam is a nickname for a knit cap. It is abbreviated from the British Tam o'Shanter which was a wool beret.  (This annotation contains an image)
The lion is a popular image to Rastafari people.  (This annotation contains an image)
Here is a view of the Adirondack mountains.  (This annotation contains an image)
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Bone/Chappie has a significant "aha moment" here on the ferry. What does he realize about his life and about life in general? 
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How did they have enough money to pay for the two plane tickets? 
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What does the phrase "par excellence" mean in this sentence? 
Quiz 2 

CHAPTER FIFTEEN - SUNSPLASHED

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Many of the travelers on the plane are _____ 
Panhandling is generally defined as asking strangers for money in public places. Panhandling is even more common in dense tourist areas. 
Montego Bay is the second largest city by area in Jamaica. (This annotation contains an image)
Marcus Garvey was a Jamaican journalist and political leader.  (This annotation contains an image)
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What kind of insect gets burned by the candle flame? 
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Who are Fattis, Buju, and Prince Shabba? 
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Use the Define feature to learn the meaning of posse. What word is the best antonym, or word opposite in meaning, for posse? 
Cricket is the second most popular sport in the world. The game originated in England and features 11 players on each team.  (This annotation contains an image)
A Swiss Army knife is a small utility knife. It often has a nail file, corkscrew, or bottle opener in addition to the small blade. (This annotation contains an image)
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What kind of deliveries does I-man make at the market? 
"From each according to his ability, to each according to his need" is one of the central tenets of Marxist philosophy. The idea of equally sharing material goods is one of the Marxists' main arguments. 
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Describe Bone/Chappie's reaction to suddenly recognizing his biological father. 

CHAPTER SIXTEEN - STARPORT

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Bone/Chappie's father is known as ________ by I-Man and others in town. 
Montpelier is located less than ten miles from Montego Bay.  (This annotation contains an image)
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____________ is the name of the house where I-Man and Bone/Chappie will look for Chappie's father. 
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Write three to five sentences to describe the home and Evening Star. 
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Which detail is not true about Bone/Chappie's father? 
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Describe Bone/Chappie's mixed emotions during this scene. 

CHAPTER SEVENTEEN - HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE BONE

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Instead of Starport, Bone/Chappie likes to refer to the large home as 
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The lion's head on the Jah-stick "shocks" people. How does this happen? 
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Describe some of the ways that Bone/Chappie and his father are spending time together and getting to know each other. 
Alimony is a monthly support payment that one divorced spouse pays the other. 
There are twelve signs of the zodiac. A person's birthday fits under a certain sign that is supposed to reflect parts of his or her personality.  (This annotation contains an image)
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How is Jan different than the other visitors to Starport? 
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Why is Bone/Chappie disappointed at the end of the party? 
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Why is Bone/Chappie's father holding his gun? 
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Where is I-Man going? Why does Bone/Chappie decide to go with him? 

CHAPTER EIGHTEEN - BONE GOES NATIVE

Accompong has a very interesting history as a town. This link provides some photographs and key dates from the town's past.  (This annotation contains a link)
Ashanti warriors lived primarily in West Africa. Even in modern times, they make up ove half of the population in Ghana.  (This annotation contains an image)
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Describe Bone/Chappie's living arrangements in Cockpit Country. 
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How is the idea of "when you change the way you look on the outside ... you feel different on the inside" true for Bone/Chappie? 
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How did Rubber get his nickname? 
Cave drawings are universal to many different cultures and civilizations. This image provides a glimpse to common representations.  (This annotation contains an image)
Bone/Chappie has an out-of-body experience during this ceremony. He has taken a mind-altering drug so it is difficult to tell what is truth and what is fiction in this chapter. 
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Discuss why Bone/Chappie's vision includes so many images of slavery. How do these images relate to his growing understanding of race? 
Symbols are always interesting to consider. Perhaps the "blond-haired white boy barefoot in a nightgown, like five or six years old" represents Bone/Chappie in his youth.  (This annotation contains a video)
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At the end of the scene, Bone/Chappie literally emerges from the skull shaped cave. What has he learned from this strange experience? 

CHAPTER NINETEEN - SECOND THOUGHTS

A lean-to is a crude structure, with at least one open side.  (This annotation contains an image)
An obi-man, or obeah, is someone associated with folk magic or sorcery. For the most part, obeah were linked to both good and bad forms of magic so some consider the word to be an insult.  
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Who is Nighthawk? 
An uzi is a very powerful submachine gun.  (This annotation contains an image)
The Jah-stick lying on the ground and the picture of Martin Luther King offer strong foreshadowing.  (This annotation contains a video)
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Why do Jason and Nighthawk decide to spare Bone/Chappie's life? 

CHAPTER TWENTY - BONE PHONES HOME

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Why does Bone/Chappie decide to cut off his dreadlocks? 
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Use the Define feature to learn the meaning of turbulent. What word is the best antonym, or word opposite in meaning? 
Some payphone users pay for calls using pre-paid calling plans. These plans provide a certain number of minutes to place domestic or international calls.  
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What are some details that Bone/Chappie learns during his conversation with Russ? 
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What does Russ tell Bone/Chappie that he will do in order to buy a plane ticket to Jamaica? 
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Who is N. Riley? 
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How did Rose die? 

CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE - BONE’S REVENGE

Red Stripe is a beer brewed in Jamaica.  (This annotation contains an image)
Charles Ives is a famous American composer. His classical tunes range from the poetic to the patriotic.  (This annotation contains a video)
This is short for pickaninny, a generic word for child in several dialects. 
A speedball is a combination of cocaine and herion. It is taken by injection and considered very risky. 
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Why is Bone/Chappie interested in losing his virginity? 
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To Bone/Chappie, what is the difference between crime and sin? 
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How many half siblings does Bone/Chappie have? 
Venus is the Roman goddess of love and fertility. The Greeks call her Aphrodite.  (This annotation contains an image)
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Where does Bone/Chappie leave the note for his father? 
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How does Jason get injured? 

CHAPTER TWETY-TWO - SHIPPING OUT

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____________ is the name of the boat aboard which Bone/Chappie will begin working. 
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Why is Bone/Chappie critical of the family on the boat? 
On a boat, port is the left side and starboard is the right side.  (This annotation contains an image)
Quiz 3 
Constellations are patterns of stars. The attached guide show some common ones that stargazers like to locate.  (This annotation contains an image)
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Why does Bone/Chappie create his own constellations?