Among the Hidden Internet Hunt
Directions: Click the linked words to go to a site with the question's
answer. Although the answer is often on the page you are linked to,
1. In the story, Luke lost all his freedom to go outside.
This was the result of the government
2. Read this website's information called "What is a "public use"?" .
Why or Why not?
3. Luke pictures the government as a big, mean fat person
that is 2 or 3 times as tall, as a regular person.
4. Use an online dictionary to define these words found in the story.
Creative Challenge - Write a single sentence that uses all four of these words.
5. Jen selects the word "free" as her password. Does it meet the rules of a "strong" password?
Use the guidelines for a good password to make another password for Jen.
6. Jen suggests to Luke that he carry a sign that reads
"Give me liberty or give me death."
What situation was this patriot referring to?
7. Jen's father describes himself as a persona non grata. What does that mean?
8. What are the differences between a constitutional government and a totalitarian government?
Use your online research skills to find facts that assist you in developing your answer.
Which describes the government in the story?
9. What vitamin deficiency did Luke probably have as a result of how he lived?
What are the symptoms of this illness?
10. Read 3 of these reviews of Among the Hidden.
Select one. Do you agree or disagree with the review? Support your answer.
11. As a teen, what did author, Margaret Peterson Haddix, like to do in the summer? Do some research to learn the answer.
12. List the jobs the author has held. About Margaret Peterson Haddix
Find out more:
* Census - Make a Population growth chart
* Write a Letter for a Luke or Jen
* Compare and Contrast forms of government activity
* Read or listen to Tomorrow
Will Be a Better Day.
*Make a set of Character Trading Cards. - Planning sheet
* Make a character trait word cloud
* Make a Book Trailer with Photo Story 3 free software and free tutorial
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