World War I
World War II
The Cold War
The Vietnam War
The kids were defiant and did their homework willingly.
The man defiantly refused to raise his flag in honor of the terrorist.
She tried to attain the virtue of defiance.
Feeling of remorse
Predictions are an educated guess about the story.
The author gives hints so that a reader can base his/her predictions on where the story is headed.
Predictions are not helpful when reading because it can take away from the story.
If you make a chart while predicting and reading, you can revise where you have wrongly predicted.
There is not enough information in the story to answer this.
Predictions, new information, hint
Hints, revised predictions, prediction
Hints, a prediction, revised prediction
A screenplay, hints, prediction
They didnt' believe it at all.
They were not humans themselves.
They were a little scared it might be true.
Cars wouldn't start
Electricity didn't work
Phones didn't work
All of the above
They should walk into town.
Everyone should just wait inside their homes.
Tommy should go check it out.
They should call the police.
Freedom from fear
He was starting to act like an alien.
He was from another state.
He ate strange foods.
He came out at night and looked up at the sky.
He looked different than all the others.
He went inside Goodman's house.
He resisted the group and didn't join in.
Pete Van Horn
The city power company
The people who lived on Maple Street
Tommy and his family
The power company