Wrinkle in time 2

Mrs.Who and Mrs.Whatsit are alike:

~They are both grandmothers

~They both use nick names for Charles and Meg!

How they are different:

~Mrs.Who is Fat and Chubby

~Mrs.Whatsit is thin and skinny



anger or annoyance provoked by what is perceived as unfair treatment


disappointment resulting from the discovery that something is not as good as one believed it to be


the action or state of forcing or being forced to do something; constraint


in a state of disrepair or ruin as a result of age or neglect.


make (someone) mentally unbalanced

I think that a tesseract is when you get MAD?

I noticed that Meg got MAD and scared

I noticed that Calvin  got scared too!

More Vocabulary:

1. Simultaneously –


occurring, operating, or done at the same time

2. Aberration –


a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typically one that is unwelcome

3.Gallivanting –

go around from one place to another in the pursuit of pleasure or entertainment

4.Belligerent –


hostile and aggressive

5. Arrogance –


having or revealing an exaggerated sense of one’s own importance or abilities

6.Inadvertently –


not resulting from or achieved through deliberate planning

7.Resentment –


bitter indignation at having been treated unfairly

8.Plaintively –


bitter indignation at having been treated unfairly

9.Extinguished –

cause (a fire or light) to cease to burn or shine

10.Corporeal –

of or relating to a person’s body, esp. as opposed to their spirit

Chapter 12:

New vocabulary:

1. p. 198 Iambic –

adjective Prosody

of or using iambs

2.p.198 Rigid –


unable to bend or be forced out of shape; not flexible

3. p. 202 Prevail  –

prove more powerful than opposing forces; be victorious

4. p.Simultaneously  –

occurring, operating, or done at the same time

5. p.207 Unadulterated –


not mixed or diluted with any different or extra elements; complete and absolute

In the beginning of A Wrinkle in time  Meg always let her body show how she felt

In the middle of  A Wrinkle in time Meg sometimes showed some of her feelings but tried to hold them in herself

In the End of  A Wrinkle in time  Meg was the best at  keeping her anger inside but she did cry a little bit!




A Wrinkle in Time



a ghost or ghostlike image of someone, esp. one seen shortly before or after their death.

• used in similes and metaphors to describe a pale, thin, or insubstantial person or thing : heart attacks had reduced his mother to a wraith.

2.roughhoused-Rough, disorderly playing, especially indoors.

3.savagely-fierce, ferocious, or cruel; untamed: savage beasts.

4.luxuriously-characterized by luxury; ministering or conducive to luxury: a luxurious hotel.

5.Delinquent-failing in or neglectful of a duty or obligation; guilty of a misdeed or offense.



Meg-Meg always shows her feelings!

Charles Wallace- Charles Wallace is a very smart little boy!

The Courage of Sarah Noble!

The Courage Of Sarah  Noble

1. Sarah Noble had to have Courage because her father and her had to leave their house to go build a new house in


2. Sarah Noble had to keep her courage even when the Boys teased her about the Indians.

3.Sarah Noble had to keep her courage at night so that she wouldn’t get scared.

4.Sarah Noble had to keep her courage when her father and horse had to leave and go build the house durring the


5.Sara Noble had to keep her courage when the  Indian children came.

6.  Sarah Noble had to keep her courage when her father went back to there old home and get the rest

of her family.

The Last of the Mohicans

I noticed :  about the characters and what qualities they show (such as courage, fear, anger, excitement, etc.

P.61 Natty had to keep courage because he had to deliver a letter to General Webb

p.58 Colonel Munro was very happy that his daughters were finally there alive!

p.82,83 Natty, Colonel Munro, Chingachgook,Uncas and Heyward  had to keep courage when

The Hurons came into sight when they were paddling in there canoe!

p.86 The men had to watch their step so that they would not be in danger!


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