He Always A Thief Quotes

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On page 18, Baba tells Amir that he hates thieves. He says that there is nothing worse than a person who steals. Even if it is a loaf of bread, Baba hates theft. What type of connection is this? (choose one) Text to Text Text to Self Text to World Explain how the passage above connects to something you previously knew. (3+ sentences) This passage connects to me in a close way. I am like Amir. My father, too, hates thieves. He hates nothing more than a theif. In his words “Once a thief, always a thief!” Why is this connection important? How does this connection better help you understand the novel or the theme? (4+ sentences) This is important because it brings me closer to the novel in a way. I can relate with Amir because our fathers’ opinions on thievery. …show more content…

Include the page number of the passage. On page 3, Amir talks about how he and his friend used to climb trees when they were children. What type of connection is this? (choose one) Text to Text Text to Self Text to World Explain how the passage above connects to something your previously knew. (3+ sentences) This passage also makes a connection to my life. When I was a kid, I loved to climb trees. When I had friends over, we would climb trees, like Amir and Hassan. Why is this connection important? How does this connection better help you understand the novel or the theme? (4+ sentences) This is important because it, too, brings me closer to the novel. This helps me better understand the novel. It helps me understand because, once again, I can put myself in Amir’s shoes. He climbed trees, and so did I. Connection #3 Write a brief description of a passage from the book about which you made a connection. Include the page number of the passage. On pages 30 and 31, Amir talks about how he wrote his own short story. What type of connection is this? (choose one) Text to Text Text to Self Text to

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