The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate: Chapter 10 Reader’s Responses



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The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate: Chapter 10 Reader’s Responses

After reading chapter 10, respond to 1 quote in your Reader’s Response section of your Trapper Keeper:



  • What is the conundrum, or problem, in this chapter? What does Calpurnia do? What do you think she should have done?

  • How does Granddaddy respond when Calpurnia gets in trouble? Is this in character for him?

On a separate piece of paper, answer the following questions using your Reader’s Response Rubric:


1.At the end of Chapter 8, Granddaddy told Callie that it was a bad idea to name “experimental subjects”. What did he mean by that? Do you agree or disagree with his opinion? Explain.

2. Create a Thinking Map that compares and contrasts Calpurnia’s experience with Petey and Granddaddy’s experience with the bat ( chapter 3) . In a paragraph, describe the similarities you see between Calpurnia’s experience with Petey and Granddaddy’s experience.



The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate: Chapter 10 Reader’s Responses

After reading chapter 10, respond to 1 quote in your Reader’s Response section of your Trapper Keeper:



  • What is the conundrum, or problem, in this chapter? What does Calpurnia do? What do you think she should have done?

  • How does Granddaddy respond when Calpurnia gets in trouble? Is this in character for him?

On a separate piece of paper, answer the following questions using your Reader’s Response Rubric:


1.At the end of Chapter 8, Granddaddy told Callie that it was a bad idea to name “experimental subjects”. What did he mean by that? Do you agree or disagree with his opinion? Explain.

2. Create a Thinking Map that compares and contrasts Calpurnia’s experience with Petey and Granddaddy’s experience with the bat ( chapter 3). In a paragraph, describe the similarities you see between Calpurnia’s experience with Petey and Granddaddy’s experience.



The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate: Chapter 10 Reader’s Responses

After reading chapter 10, respond to 1 quote in your Reader’s Response section of your Trapper Keeper:



  • What is the conundrum, or problem, in this chapter? What does Calpurnia do? What do you think she should have done?

  • How does Granddaddy respond when Calpurnia gets in trouble? Is this in character for him?

On a separate piece of paper, answer the following questions using your Reader’s Response Rubric:


1.At the end of Chapter 8, Granddaddy told Callie that it was a bad idea to name “experimental subjects”. What did he mean by that? Do you agree or disagree with his opinion? Explain.

2. Create a Thinking Map that compares and contrasts Calpurnia’s experience with Petey and Granddaddy’s experience with the bat ( chapter 3). In a paragraph, describe the similarities you see between Calpurnia’s experience with Petey and Granddaddy’s experience.

The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate: Chapter 10 Reader’s Responses

After reading chapter 10, respond to 1 quote in your Reader’s Response section of your Trapper Keeper:



  • What is the conundrum, or problem, in this chapter? What does Calpurnia do? What do you think she should have done?

  • How does Granddaddy respond when Calpurnia gets in trouble? Is this in character for him?

On a separate piece of paper, answer the following questions using your Reader’s Response Rubric:

  1. What kind of friendship do Calpurnia and Lula have? Can you think of any similar pairings in your life or in books you’ve read?

  2. Mother tells Calpurnia that her behavior is “a blot on the family name” (Kelly, 145). What does Mother mean?

Respond to one of the writing prompts below:

  • Choose one brother, Travis, Lamar, or Sam Houston and write a persuasive letter to Lula. Use information from the chapter, as well as what you know about how people acted during that time period, to write your letter.

  • Imagine that you are Calpurnia. Write a letter to Lula advising her on this situation. Use information from the chapter, as well as what you know about how people acted during that time period, to write your letter.

The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate: Chapter 10 Reader’s Responses

After reading chapter 10, respond to 1 quote in your Reader’s Response section of your Trapper Keeper:



  • What is the conundrum, or problem, in this chapter? What does Calpurnia do? What do you think she should have done?

  • How does Granddaddy respond when Calpurnia gets in trouble? Is this in character for him?

On a separate piece of paper, answer the following questions using your Reader’s Response Rubric:

  1. What kind of friendship do Calpurnia and Lula have? Can you think of any similar pairings in your life or in books you’ve read?

  2. Mother tells Calpurnia that her behavior is “a blot on the family name” (Kelly, 145). What does Mother mean?

Respond to one of the writing prompts below:

  • Choose one brother, Travis, Lamar, or Sam Houston and write a persuasive letter to Lula. Use information from the chapter, as well as what you know about how people acted during that time period, to write your letter.

  • Imagine that you are Calpurnia. Write a letter to Lula advising her on this situation. Use information from the chapter, as well as what you know about how people acted during that time period, to write your letter.


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