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Gr3 Reading U2 W2 I Wanna Iguana Comprhension
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most stories are just written in paragraphs using dialogue, but this story is written in a series of letters
How is this story written differently than most stories you read?
the one from Alex is in kid handwriting and the other is neat, like an adult, she's trying to make it real looking
The two letters are written in different print. What is the author trying to show?
he thinks the iguana will be fun and will do tricks and he thinks his brother is gross- eats and poops
According to Alex, what is the difference between his brother Ethan and the iguana?
feed him, make sure he had enough water, clean its cage
Based on the letter Alex wrote, what would he do to prove he was responsible?
he is using a word that supports or describes how he would care for the iguana
What makes each closing of Alex's letter unique or different?
she let him have the iguana
Was Alex able to persuade his mother? How do you know?
to tell a story about a boy who was trying to persuade his mom to let him have a pet iguana
What was the author's main reason for writing this story?
really wants a pet and must convince his mother to say yes
How is Alex's problem like the problem of many other children his age?
usually want kittens or puppies. Alex wants an iguana
How is the pet Alex wants different from pets children usually want?
What difference between hamsters and iguanas is important to Alex?
They are both
quiet and ugly
According to Alex's mom, how are tarantulas and iguanas alike?
a dog named
What does Stinky's house have that Alex's house does not have?
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