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TABLE OF CONTENTS,ACTIVITY PACK PAGE NUMBERS,Activity Plan 59. Reading Comprehension Questions 60 105,Vocabulary Activities 106 175. Journal Writes 176 200,Multiple Choice Quizzes 201 225. Book Summaries 226 253,Enflourish,By Orson Scott,Activities. 2013 by Enflourish Publishing All rights reserved Handouts can be reproduced by purchaser for classroom use only Developed by. Pedro Pereira,Reading Activities Table of Contents.
Activity Page,Literary Terms 5 6,Teacher Version of Literary Terms Definitions 7 8. Pre Reading Quickwrite 9,Teacher Version of the Pre Reading Quickwrite 10. Chapters 1 5 Point of View Writing from a New Perspective 11. Teacher Version of Chapters 1 5 Point of View Writing from a New Perspective 12. Chapters 1 6 Characterization Decoding Ender 13 14. Teacher Version of Chapters 1 6 Characterization Decoding Ender 15 16. Chapters 1 6 Figures of Speech A Wordy Matter 17 18. Teacher Version of Chapters 1 6 Figures of Speech A Wordy Matter 19 20. Chapters 1 6 Imagery An Appeal to the Senses 21 22. Teacher Version of Chapters 1 6 Imagery An Appeal to the Senses 23 24. Chapter 5 Point of View A Letter Home to Valentine 25. Teacher Version of Chapter 5 Point of View A Letter Home to Valentine 26. Chapter 6 Plot Major Events and what is to Follow 27. Teacher Version of Chapter 6 Plot Major Events and what is to Follow 28. Chapter 9 Point of View Ender s Reply to Valentine 29. Teacher Version of Chapter 9 Point of View Ender s Reply to Valentine 30. Chapter 9 Characterization Investigating the Wiggins 31. Teacher Version of Chapter 9 Characterization Investigating the Wiggins 32. Chapters 7 15 Imagery Another Look 33 34, Teacher Version of Chapters 7 15 Imagery Another Look 35 36. Chapter 7 15 Figures of Speech A Wordy Endeavor 37 39. Teacher Version of Chapter 7 15 Figures of Speech A Wordy Endeavor 40 42. Chapters 1 15 Idioms Not to be Taken Literally 43 44. Teacher Version of Chapters 1 15 Idioms Not to be Taken Literally 45 46. Chapters 7 15 Characterization Ender s True Colors 47 48. Teacher Version of Chapters 7 15 Characterization Ender s True Colors 49 50. Chapters 14 15 Point of View A New Ending to Ender s Game 51. Teacher Version of Chapters 14 15 Point of View A New Ending to Ender s Game 52. Irony Exploring Dramatic Situational and Verbal Irony 53 54. Teacher Version of Irony Exploring Dramatic Situational and Verbal Irony 55 56. Symbols Items of Importance 57,Teacher Version of Symbols Items of Importance 58. Essay A Written Response to the Novel 59,Name Date Period.
Chapters 1 6 Characterization Decoding Ender, DIRECTIONS Complete the character trait chart below to decipher what character traits the given passages reveal. about the character of Andrew Ender Wiggin Be sure to circle direct or indirect to state whether the narrator. directly gives us a character trait or whether he indirectly reveals a trait. Passage that Gives a Character Trait s Interpretation of the Passage what Direct or Indirect. about Ender does the passage reveal about Ender Characterization. Circle One,Ender is about to get his monitor removed Direct. It was a lie of course that it wouldn t hurt a, bit But since adults always said it when it was Or. going to hurt he could count on that statement,as an accurate prediction of the future Indirect. Sometimes lies were more dependable than the,truth Chapter 1.
Ender is in the classroom The teacher Direct,would know of course that he wasn t paying. attention but she wouldn t bother him He Or,always knew the answer even when she. thought he wasn t paying attention Chapter Indirect. Ender is fighting with Stilson For a moment Direct. the others backed away and Stilson lay,motionless It was forbidden to strike the Or. opponent who lay helpless on the ground only, an animal would do that So Ender walked to Indirect. Stilson s supine body and kicked him again,viciously in the ribs Stilson groaned and rolled.
away from him Ender walked around him and,kicked him again in the crotch Chapter 1. Valentine is speaking to Peter Ender and I Direct,aren t stupid We scored as well as you did on. everything Better on some things We re all Or,such wonderfully bright children You re not. the smartest Peter just the biggest Indirect, Chapters 1 6 Characterization Decoding Ender Continued. Passage that Gives a Character Trait s Interpretation of the Passage what Direct or Indirect. about Ender does the passage reveal about Ender Characterization. Circle One, Ender didn t like fighting He didn t like Peter s Direct.
kind the strong against the weak and he didn t,like his own kind either the smart against the Or. stupid Chapter 3, Ender hurts a boy in a shuttle as they go to Battle Direct. School Ender felt sick He had only meant to,catch the boy s arm No No he had meant to hurt Or. him and had pulled with all his strength He, hadn t meant it to be so public but the boy was Indirect. feeling exactly the pain Ender had meant him to,feel Null gravity had betrayed him that was all I.
am Peter I m just like him And Ender hated,himself Chapter 4. Ender has a tough time transitioning to Battle Direct. School When Dap came his crying was over,and his face was dry It was the lying face he Or. presented to Mother and Father when Peter had, been cruel to him and he dared not let it show Indirect. Thank you for this Peter For dry eyes and silent,weeping You taught me how to hide anything I. felt More than ever I need that now Chapter 5, Ender challenges a bigger boy to a game I d Direct.
like a turn against you he said to the boy who,had just won Lawsy me what is this asked Or. the boy Is it a bug or a bugger A new flock of,dwarfs just came aboard said another boy Indirect. But it talks Did you know they could talk I,see said Ender You re afraid to play me two out. of three Chapter 5, Ender finally defeats the Giant in the drinking Direct. game Instead he signed off put his desk in his,locker stripped off his clothes and pulled his Or.
blanket over him He hadn t meant to kill the, Giant This was supposed to be a game Not a Indirect. choice between his own grisly death and an even,worse murder I m a murderer even when I play. Peter would be proud of me Chapter 6,Name Date Period. Chapters 1 6 Figures of Speech A Wordy Matter, DIRECTIONS Orson Scott Card enriched his novel by using many different figures of speech Below you will find. a variety of figures of speech that Card used in the first few chapters of the book Indicate whether each figure of. speech is a simile a metaphor or an example of personification by writing S for simile M for metaphor or P for. personification on the line provided, 1 The doctor was twisting something at the back of Ender s head Suddenly a pain stabbed through him like a.
needle from his neck to his groin Chp 1, 2 In the corner of his desk a word appeared and began marching around the perimeter of the desk Chp 1. 3 You re about as strong as a fart Chp 1, 4 Ender did not see Peter as the beautiful ten year old boy that grown ups saw with dark thick tousled hair. and a face that could have belonged to Alexander the Great Chp 2. 5 He put on the mask It closed him in like a hand pressed tight against his face Chp 2. 6 I can make you dance around like puppets Chp 2, 7 Valentine came in her hair in a sleepy halo around her face Chp 3. 8 They haven t really given up their religion They look at you and see you as a badge of pride because they. were able to circumvent the law and have a Third But you re also a badge of cowardice because they dare not go. further and practice the noncompliance they still feel is right And you re a badge of public shame because at every. step you interfere with their efforts at assimilation into normal complying society Chp 3. 9 We ve scraped together everything mankind could produce a fleet that makes the one they sent against us. last time seem like a bunch of kids playing in a swimming pool Chp 3. 10 There are worse things than being a Third worse things than a big brother who can t make up his mind. whether to be a human being or a jackal Chp 3, 11 Ender had trouble focusing on Colonel Graff The man looked far away and very small as if Ender could. pick him up with tweezers and drop him in a pocket Chp 3. 12 There s only one boy on this launch with any brains at all and that s Ender Wiggin Take a good look at. him little boys He s going to be a commander when you re still in diapers up there Chp 4. 13 Except that he had not been belted into a seat inside the shuttle Hanging upside down from the belly of. Earth Chp 4, 14 There were TV cameras going perched like animals on the shoulders of crouching prowling men Chp 4.
15 Graff was waiting at the end of the narrow tube that led from the shuttle into the heart of the Battle School. 16 He imagined the ship dangling upside down on the undersurface of the Earth the giant fingers of gravity. holding them firmly in place Chp 4, 17 Beating you said the boy would be as easy as pissing in the shower Chp 5. 18 Ender felt the fear growing in his belly Chp 5, 19 Like all the other boys he was watching Bernard and his cronies laugh and joke making fun of the math. teacher who often stopped in midsentence and looked around as if he had been let off the bus at the wrong stop. and didn t know where he was Chp 5,TEACHER ANSWER KEY. Chapters 1 6 Figures of Speech A Wordy Matter, DIRECTIONS Orson Scott Card enriched his novel by using many different figures of speech Below you will find. a variety of figures of speech that Card used in the first few chapters of the book Indicate whether each figure of. speech is a simile a metaphor or an example of personification by writing S for simile M for metaphor or P for. personification on the line provided Note to help students recognize figurative language as they read teachers may. want to use this worksheet prior to reading any of the given chapters. S 1 The doctor was twisting something at the back of Ender s head Suddenly a pain stabbed through him like a. needle from his neck to his groin Chp 1, P 2 In the corner of his desk a word appeared and began marching around the perimeter of the desk Chp 1.
S 3 You re about as strong as a fart Chp 1, M 4 Ender did not see Peter as the beautiful ten year old boy that grown ups saw with dark thick tousled hair. and a face that could have belonged to Alexander the Great Chp 2. S 5 He put on the mask It closed him in like a hand pressed tight against his face Chp 2. S 6 I can make you dance around like puppets Chp 2. M 7 Valentine came in her hair in a sleepy halo around her face Chp 3. M 8 They haven t really given up their religion They look at you and see you as a badge of pride because they. were able to circumvent the law and have a Third But you re also a badge of cowardice because they dare not go. further and practice the noncompliance they still feel is right And you re a badge of public shame because at every. step you interfere with their efforts at assimilation into normal complying society Chp 3. S 9 We ve scraped together everything mankind could produce a fleet that makes the one they sent against us. last time seem like a bunch of kids playing in a swimming pool Chp 3. M 10 There are worse things than being a Third worse things than a big brother who can t make up his mind. whether to be a human being or a jackal Chp 3, S 11 Ender had trouble focusing on Colonel Graff The man looked far away and very small as if Ender could pick. him up with tweezers and drop him in a pocket Chp 3. M 12 There s only one boy on this launch with any brains at all and that s Ender Wiggin Take a good look at him. little boys He s going to be a commander when you re still in diapers up there Chp 4. P 13 Except that he had not been belted into a seat inside the shuttle Hanging upside down from the belly of. Earth Chp 4, S 14 There were TV cameras going perched like animals on the shoulders of crouching prowling men Chp 4. M 15 Graff was waiting at the end of the narrow tube that led from the shuttle into the heart of the Battle School. P 16 He imagined the ship dangling upside down on the undersurface of the Earth the giant fingers of gravity. holding them firmly in place Chp 4, S 17 Beating you said the boy would be as easy as pissing in the shower Chp 5. M 18 Ender felt the fear growing in his belly Chp 5. S 19 Like all the other boys he was watching Bernard and his cronies laugh and joke making fun of the math. teacher who often stopped in midsentence and looked around as if he had been let off the bus at the wrong stop. and didn t know where he was Chp 5,Name Date Period.
Chapter 9 Characterization Investigating the Wiggins. DIRECTIONS Complete the character trait chart on Peter and Valentine Draw a picture of each character list two. character traits that they have and find passages from the book that support the notion that they have that character. PETER WIGGIN Character Trait A Passage from the Book that Proves He has this. Draw a picture of Peter within this Character Trait. Character Trait A Passage from the Book that Proves He has this. Character Trait, VALENTINE WIGGIN Character Trait A Passage from the Book that Proves She has this. Draw a picture of Valentine within Character Trait. Character Trait A Passage from the Book that Proves She has this. DIRECTIONS Orson Scott Card enriched his novel by using many different figures of speech Below you will find a variety of figures of speech that Card used in the first few chapters of the book Indicate whether each figure of speech is a simile a metaphor or an example of personification by writing Sfor simile M for metaphor or P for

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