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Grade 3: Module 3: Unit 1: Lesson 4

Close Reading: Chapter 3 of Peter Pan

Language Arts Curriculum


Peter Pan: Text-Dependent
Questions – Chapter 3


(Answers, for Teacher Reference)
RL.3.1, RL.3.2, RL.3.4, RL.3.5, L.3.4, RI.3.1

Complete the following chart:




Chapter

What happens?

(Brief summary—no more than three sentences)


(RL.3.2)

How does the chapter build on the previous chapter?

(RL.3.5)

(What happened in the previous chapters? How does this chapter build on what has happened so far?)



3: Acorn Kisses and Jealous Fairies

Peter goes back to the children’s bedroom to get his shadow but can’t attach it. Wendy wakes up and sews it back on for him. Wendy meets Tinker Bell, who doesn’t like her very much.

In the previous chapter, Nana had bitten off Peter’s shadow, so in this chapter he goes back to retrieve it.

On page 17, it says, “It yawned and, yawns being contagious, the other two lights promptly yawned as well.”

From context (reading around the word), what do you think contagious means?
difficult

angry


unhappy

catching

On page 18, Tinker Bell is described as “emerging.” What does emerging mean? And what is she emerging from? Draw a picture to show Tinker Bell emerging. Use a dictionary if you need to. (L.3.4d)


Sample response: Student pictures should show Tinker Bell emerging from a jar.
Reread to the end of page 21. Then look back at the illustration on page 19.
Part I: What does the illustration show? (RL.3.7)

Peter looking for his shadow



Peter twirling with his shadow sewn back on

Peter upset that he can’t put his shadow back on

Peter talking to Wendy
Part II: How does this illustration contribute to the text? Does it help us better understand a mood, a character, or a setting? Underline the correct answers. (RL.3.7)


    1. mood

    2. character

    3. setting

Part III: What does it help you understand about the mood, character, and/or setting? (RL.3.7)


Sample response: It shows us what Peter looks like and the clothes he wears; it shows Peter was happy his shadow was sewn back on because it looks like he is smiling.

On page 21, Wendy says that Peter’s shadow must be “sewn on.” What word can you see in the word sewn? What do you think sewn means? (L.3.4c)

Sample response: past tense of sew; repaired with a needle and thread

Part I: On page 25, the author describes how “Tinker Bell told Peter that she would continue to misbehave so long as Peter kept being nice to Wendy.” Use your affix list and the chart below to break up the word misbehave into the root word and affixes. (RL.3.4, L.3.4b)


Part II: Record the meaning of each part of the word in the Definition row of the chart. Use your affix list and a dictionary to help you. (RL.3.4, L.3.4b)





Prefix

Root

    Word part

mis

behave

    Definition

not

act in an appropriate way

Part III: What does misbehave mean? Underline the correct answer. (RL.3.4, L.3.4b)



act in an inappropriate way

act in a dangerous way

act in an appropriate way

act in an unpredictable way


In this chapter, what does Tinker Bell think of Wendy? Underline the correct answer. (RL.3.1)
She likes Wendy because Peter likes her.

She is very jealous of Wendy because Peter likes her.

She is afraid of Wendy because Peter is afraid of her.

She wants to be friends with Wendy because Peter likes her.

Which details from the text best support your answers for Question 7? Underline the best answers. (RL.3.1)
“Tink,” Peter said. “Stand still for a second, would you? Wendy wants to see you.”

“She says you are a huge ugly girl, and she can’t be your fairy because she is my fairy.”

“That must be Tink,” Peter explained. “She certainly is being naughty today.”

It seemed that the little fairy suffered from one enormous case of jealousy.

Peter Pan: Text-Dependent
Questions – Chapter 3


RL.3.1, RL.3.2, RL.3.4, RL.3.5, L.3.4, RI.3.1
Name: ____________________________________ Date: ___________________
Directions: Refer to Chapter 3 of Peter Pan to answer the following questions.


  1. Complete the following chart:




Chapter

What happens?

(Brief summary—no more than three sentences)


(RL.3.2)

How does the chapter build on the previous chapter?

(RL.3.5)

(What happened in the previous chapters? How does this chapter build on what has happened so far?)



3: Acorn Kisses and Jealous Fairies


________________________

________________________


________________________


________________________



________________________


________________________


________________________


________________________

On page 17, it says, “It yawned and, yawns being contagious, the other two lights promptly yawned as well.”


From context (reading around the word), what do you think contagious means?
difficult

angry


unhappy

catching
On page 18, Tinker Bell is described as “emerging.” What does emerging mean? And what is she emerging from? Draw a picture to show Tinker Bell emerging. Use a dictionary if you need to. (L.3.4d)
















Reread to the end of page 21. Then look back at the illustration on page 19.
Part I: What does the illustration show? (RL.3.7)
Peter looking for his shadow

Peter twirling with his shadow sewn back on

Peter upset that he can’t put his shadow back on

Peter talking to Wendy

Part II: How does this illustration contribute to the text? Does it help us better understand a mood, a character, or a setting? Underline the correct answers. (RL.3.7)



    1. mood

    2. character

    3. setting

Part III: What does it help you understand about the mood, character, and/or setting? (RL.3.7)










On page 21, Wendy says that Peter’s shadow must be “sewn on.” What word can you see in the word sewn? What do you think sewn means? (L.3.4c)











Part I: On page 25, the author describes how “Tinker Bell told Peter that she would continue to misbehave so long as Peter kept being nice to Wendy.” Use your affix list and the chart below to break up the word misbehave into the root word and affixes. (RL.3.4, L.3.4b)
Part II: Record the meaning of each part of the word in the Definition row of the chart. Use your affix list and a dictionary to help you. (RL.3.4, L.3.4b)





Prefix

Root

    Word part





    Definition






Part III: What does misbehave mean? Underline the correct answer. (RL.3.4, L.3.4b)


act in an inappropriate way

act in a dangerous way

act in an appropriate way

act in an unpredictable way


In this chapter, what does Tinker Bell think of Wendy? Underline the correct answer. (RL.3.1)
She likes Wendy because Peter likes her.

She is very jealous of Wendy because Peter likes her.

She is afraid of Wendy because Peter is afraid of her.

She wants to be friends with Wendy because Peter likes her.


Which details from the text best support your answers for Question 7? Underline the best answers. (RL.3.1)
“Tink,” Peter said. “Stand still for a second, would you? Wendy wants to see you.”

“She says you are a huge ugly girl, and she can’t be your fairy because she is my fairy.”

“That must be Tink,” Peter explained. “She certainly is being naughty today.”

It seemed that the little fairy suffered from one enormous case of jealousy.



Analyzing Peter Pan Anchor Chart

(Example, for Teacher Reference)
RL.3.1, RL.3.2, RL.3.5


Chapter

What happens?

(Brief summary—no more than three sentences)


How does the chapter build on the previous chapter?

(What happened in the previous chapters? How does this chapter build on what has happened so far?)


    1: Famous Last Words

We are introduced to the Darling family and their dog nurse, Nana. We also learn about Neverland and Peter Pan through the things Wendy tells Mrs. Darling. Mrs. Darling is worried about Peter.

This is the first chapter. It introduces the characters and places in the story

2: Now, Peter! Now!

Peter visits the bedroom of the Darling children, and Mrs. Darling sees him. Nana catches his shadow, so Mr. Darling puts her outside in the doghouse as punishment. Mr. and Mrs. Darling leave the children in the house alone to go to a party down the street.

In the previous chapter, we were introduced to the characters, and Mrs. Darling was worried about Peter. In this chapter, the story really begins as Mrs. Darling catches Peter in the children’s bedroom. When Nana takes his shadow, we know he will be back to try to retrieve it.

3: Acorn Kisses and Jealous Fairies

Peter goes back to the children’s bedroom to get his shadow but can’t attach it. Wendy wakes up and sews it back on for him. Wendy meets Tinker Bell, who doesn’t like her very much.

In the previous chapter, Nana had bitten off Peter’s shadow, so in this chapter he goes back to retrieve it.


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