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S: Boys Without Names By. Kashmira Sheth

FC: Multicultural Novel Boys Without Names By: Kashmira Sheth Brielle Beres, Sarah Brown, Kate Sabol, Brianna Bartolone, and Jenna Condon

1: Summary of Novel In the novel, Boys Without Names, by Kashmira Sheth, Gopal has to move to the city. His dad explained one night, about how they were in debt and how the have to move. They used Jama, Gopal's uncles, money. They don't have enough to get all the way there, and so they go part way. Baba goes to find Jama's house. Gopal stayed with Aai and his two younger siblings. They started to run out of money and Gopal tried to help out. Finally they got on a bus and went to Jama's house. Gopal met a boy named Jatin, and trusted him to get him a job. Jatin tricked him and took him to Scar. Scar enslaves random kids and forces them to work for him.The rest of the book is about how they plan to escape _ #2 Discuss (2) things he/she learn s along the way? #1 #2 PART 3 VIEW OF CULTURAL/ETHNIC GROUP 1.What did you learn from the novel about this cultural or ethnic group during this time period? (2 examples) #1 #2 1.How did your view of this cultural or ethic group change as a result of reading this novel (2 changes)? ( I used to think. Now after. I believe.because ) #1 #2 | Kate

2: THEME In the novel, Boys Without Names, by Kashmira Sheth,she wants us to understand that just because you moved to a different area doesn't mean you have to change who you are, and always to believe in yourself. | Sarah

3: Example 1 (pg # 25) "We have second- class tickets, the cheapest fare." This shows that they are getting onto the train to start their new lives. | Sarah

4: Example 2 (pg #55) "No, stay right here by me." This shows that Aai is very protective throughout the the whole book, and doesn't want anything to happen to her family. | Sarah

5: Example 3 (pg#259) " The day I step out of this place, I will see my family." He believed that he will get out and see his family again, and he is determined that her will get out!!!! | Sarah

6: CHARACTERIZATION ADVERSITIES or OBSTACLES The main character, Gopal, faced many adversities due to his culture or race.

7: Obstacle # 1 Gopal was taking advantage of by Jatin because he was new to the big city life. Jatin took Gopal into this "factory" and Gopal might not get to see this family ever again. Gopal over came this obstacle by believing in himself, and making new friends. Jenna/Brianna

8: Obstacle # 2 The policeman kick Gopal and his family off the street for sleeping there, and told them to go somewhere else which was very hard for Gopal's family. Brianna

9: How did he/she overcome obstacle? He went around the city to find somewhere to sleep and be safe for him and his family. Brianna

10: Lessons Gopal learned along the way.... # 1 Gopal learned to never give up and always know that the best of things will come to him if he waits and takes his time. | Brielle

11: # 2 Gopal also learned to stay with your work and don't try to get frustrated because you can not always get something you want you have to work for it most of the time. | Jenna/ Brielle

12: VIEW OF CULTURAL/ETHNIC GROUP What did you learn from the novel about this cultural or ethnic group during this time period? # 1 I learned that not everyone is rich or poop, there are different wealths and different ways people live. Also I learned that not everyone lives the same way other people do. Jenna I Learned that everyone is defiantly not wealthy and that everyone is not as kind as they should be to others, they are not all treated equally especially throughout the end of the book. Brielle

13: I thought that everyone in India were not wealthy at all, and that everyone was treated fairly. But after reading this book I realized I was wrong. There are some people who can afford homes and others who can't. Also, I realized that no one is treated fairly. Everyone has their differences. Sarah B I learned that kids are told to go find work to help support their family's at early ages. Then they can get deceived or tricked into go into these "slave" factory places. Families who are extremely poor may need their kids to help on the farm, or in the big city help by getting a job. I thought that it would be the same as here and that kids would go to school, but I learned that that isn't always true. Kate I learned that not everybody was poor, and only a minimum amount of people had money. Also not everyone was treated fairly because of their race, looks, and amount of money. I also learned that people sometimes treated another nice. Brianna

14: How did your view of this cultural or ethnic group change as a result of reading this novel? ( I used to think... Now after.... I believe... because ... ) I used to think that everyone was poor and did not live very well. Now after I have read the book I believe that not everyone is poor they just all have different wealths. Jenna My view changed because i learned that they do a lot of the same things as we do and they act the same as we do. The only difference is that they eat different things than we do. Brielle

15: I learned that even though everyone is the same race some people are still not treated fairly. Also it is more about money in this culture not what you look like. Sarah B I thought that they lived like us, and that there were rich people and poor people. I found out that even the rich people don't have much items or stuff. Also, I found out that a lot of people lived on the streets in the city and that a lot of people had to flee to the city to escape debt. -Kate I used to think that people in India were poor and everyone was not wealthy. I was wrong. Some people in India are wealthy, also everyone started to be treated fairly even if they were different race. Brianna

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