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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Blog 7

In my book The American Sniper it's about a guy named Chris Kyle who is a sniper in the navy in the end he is sent to war against terrorist. It's kinda like the US vs isis because in the book there are suicide bombers that are hidden and the seals kill the terrorist and win the war. Like what the USA is gonna do when we get our hands on isis. In the American Sniper it's actually based off Chris Kyle experience and training with the navy and he was not one of the thousands that gave up on a couple of days. Which is like some people that are trying to be in the navy right now.

Friday, March 24, 2017

Blog 6


  1. word downtrodden   page #92
         definition:oppressed or treated badly by people in power.
2.  word Genocide  page #93
definition: the deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular ethnic group or nation.
3. word Interahamwe page #94
definition: The Interahamwe is a Hutu paramilitary organization.
4. word Congregation page #133
definition:a group of people assembled for religious worship.
5. word A turnaround   page #180
definition: an abrupt or unexpected change, especially one that results in a more favorable situation.

Friday, March 10, 2017

Illustration 1

The picture is describing that Eric has to either be a navy seal or not because in the navy seals you have to lay in water for 2 Days straight. It also is showing that people gave up so they are just waiting there chilling in case people give up.

Friday, February 24, 2017

Blog 4

The Warriors Heart

"You know the statistics: Maybe one in ten will make it through this week, will survive hours- days - of the punishment required to be a Navy SEAL." Pg 1

I choose this passage because the it says how the training is in to be a navy seal. It shows how strong you are to take the punishment. It also says that only the strong ones will make it because of all of the  punishment and it last for a week. Also one in ten people will make it into the navy seals because they can't take the training. This is a good passage because it involves that how hard it is to be a seal and involves of the fraction of how many people will make it which 1/10.



Thursday, February 9, 2017

Blog 3

Why did Shane quit baseball?
I wonder why did Shane's dad commit suicide?
I still wonder why Shane doesn't feel anything for when he hit Reese in the head with the baseball?
I wonder why did the author choose to write books off of sports instead of books like the outsiders?
How come when Shane knows he is being watched for a scholarship to college he screwed up on pitching but when he is not being watched he is all good?

Monday, January 9, 2017

Part 1 of book


High heat
   
High heat is about a kid named Shane hunter. Shane is a pitcher for his high school which is called shorelake. Shane has problems in the book he has problems with his pitching Since he hit Reese with a pitch. Shane then feels bad that he hit Resee and he doesn't play anymore. In the book Shane is a closer in his team and when he quit being a closer. So in the book Shane is called up to be a referee in a basketball game but he doesn't know any calls and the only reason he dose it is because he needs money. In this book Shane is a kid who grew up playing baseball and then he quits the team and then when he is older he refs basketball games and earns 12 bucks per game. So then Shane is a person that gives up and picks up something new.