So we read the first four chapters of The Hiding Place so far, and we have really gotten to know the family and fall in love with Corrie Ten Boom. Now this week, things are going to start getting scary.
The themes for your “Brandi Notes” are: Love, Prayer, Faith, Fear, Choices–I need at least one quote that goes with each of these themes. So, for Love, you would write out a quote from the book and the page number in parenthesis to go with it. Do this for each of the five themes.
- Read Chapter 5 “Invasion” and Chapter 6 “The Secret Room” (pg 77-104)
- Now I gave you 5 themes for your “Brandi Notes” but I also want you to find ANOTHER theme as you read and put it in the comments below with a quote that goes along with it and a page number. (20 points, due Thursday)
- Read Chapter 7 “Eusie” and Chapter 8 “Storm Clouds Gather” (pg. 105-138)
- Read Chapter 9 “The Raid” and Chapter 10 “Scheveningen” (pg 139-170)
- Make sure you are caught up in your reading
- Make sure you write out a quote for each of the five themes. Due tomorrow.
- Make sure you come up with ANOTHER theme from the reading this week and post it in the comment section by tonight (with a quote and page number).
- Grammar– Please correct the following section– there are five mistakes. You will need to print it out and then use the correction symbols to show where the mistakes are 🙂 Do not just FIX the errors. Use the SYMBOLS in the chart below.
What should be done with a herd of marauding elephants? This was the problem recently confronting officials at Pilanesberg national Park in South Africa. A number of orphaned male elephants had been transported to the park in order to provide them with a safe and nurturing environment. however, this step to protect the elephant population soon threatened another endangered species
The young elephants had entered musth, like puberty, a state of heightened hormonal activity and increased aggression. The elephants went on a killing spree, slaying almost 40 rhinoceros—including incredibly rare black rhinos. The park officials did not want to kill the young elephants but they could not afford to have any more rhinos slaughtered.
Oddly enough, the solution to this disasterous situation was to bring more male elephants into the park this time, however, they were full-grown bull elephants. In almost no time at all, a previously impossible hierarchy had been established, and the orphaned males fell right into place. No more rhino killings were reported. (sample essay)