Explain why Keena’s mom thinks a journal is a good idea by drawing conclusions about character motivation and relationships.
Book: Keena Ford and the Second-Grade Mix-Up by Melissa Thomson pp. 1 – 7
Why does Keena’s mom think a journal is a good idea?
Describe Keena (using evidence from the entire chapter).
Who are some of the important people in Keena's life? Describe them.
What does the illustration on p. 3 show about how Keena feels about Tiffany? Why?
Why did Keena get in trouble at the doctor's office last year? What does this show us about her?
What does Keena's teacher mean when she says she should spend less time "worrying about other people's business"?