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Classic (fiction), 3,098 words, Level X (Grade 5), Multi-Part Classics, Lexile 1030L
One of Sara's few pleasures is gazing out of her attic window. While taking in a beautiful sunset one evening, Sara is surprised to see an Indian man and his monkey looking out of the attic window next door. The monkey scrambles over the roof and jumps into Sara's room, leading Sara to meet Ram Dass, her new neighbor's Indian servant. Later, Sara upsets Miss Minchin, who boxes Sara's ears in front of the other girls. Sara laughs, angering Miss Minchin further.
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Use the reading strategy of summarizing to understand the story
Analyze Point Of View : Identify the character point of view and determine how it affects the story
Grammar and Mechanics
Pronouns : Identify and use pronoun agreement
Dialect : Identify and understand dialects
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