A story told from the first-person point of view is told by a character who refers to himself or herself as “I”
Making Inferences: Guessing Games
An inference is a kind of a guess. When you make an inference as you read, you look for clues; then you guess what will happen next and what it all means. Base your inferences on your own experiences, and combine that information with clues you find in the story.
Read, Eleven by: Sandra Cisneros and answer the following reader’s response questions when you finish reading the story. Post the questions and answers in your blog when you are done.
Reader’s Response Questions:
1. Identify the first-person point of view. Who is telling the story?
2. The color of the sweater is ______________.
3. Rachel hates the sweater because it is _______________.
4. Mrs. Price thinks the sweater belongs to _________________.
5. The sweater really belongs to ____________.
Complete the Making Meaning Questions page 334 (1-8)
**Post the Reader’s Response questions and Making Meaning questions in your blog**