Anticipation Guide

Directions:

Respond to each statement twice--once before the reading of the selection & then again after reading it. Put A for agree or D for disagree.

Before Reading

Agree

or Disagree

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After Reading

Agree

or Disagree

 

 

People usually end up to be the way you thought they would be.

 

 

Halloween parties would be even better if the spookiness of them were real.

 

 

When tired, children can get quite mean.

 

 

Relatives you never meet can not have much of an effect on your life.

 

Stop here.

Do NOT go on until told to do so.

Directions:

Pick THE statement above that appeals to you the most. It does not matter if you changed your mind after reading the selection or not—just pick your favorite. Write a paragraph explaining why you agree or disagree with the statement. Have a clear topic statement but do not refer to yourself by writing “I like…” or “I think…” or “My favorite…”