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Classic (fiction), 2,271 words, Level X (Grade 5), Multi-Part Classics, Lexile 1020L
With Sara and Becky now happily ensconced next door, Miss Minchin loathes the sight of both of them. Meanwhile, Sara asks the baker who once helped her to feed other hungry children and promises to reimburse her. The baker agrees and brings out Anne, the young beggar girl who Sara once fed outside the bakery, and who now lives with the baker and works in her shop. Sara suggests that Anne be the one to hand out the food, since she knows what it is to be hungry. The two survivors share a moment of silent understanding.
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Use the reading strategy of summarizing to understand the story
Identify the character point of view and determine how it affects the story
Grammar and Mechanics
Identify and use pronoun agreement
Identify and understand dialects
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