Explain why Keena decides to go into Ms. Hanson’s classroom by identifying and describing key details that show character feelings and motivations.
Book: Keena Ford and the Second-Grade Mix-Up by Melissa Thomson pp. 73 – 81
“But Eric didn’t look excited.” Why did Eric not look excited?
Why does Keena say, "I wish I could be in your class when you eat pudding pie"?
What does Keena notice when she is in Ms. Hanson's classroom? Why does she not leave?
How does Keena feel when she is hiding under the desk? What details does the author include to help the reader better understand how Keena feels?
a feeling of envy towards another person and what he or she has or can do