It is a symbol used in rituals by all the men in Martin’s family.
It contains sacred items from a vision quest made by Grandpa’s father.
It is a sacred necklace worn only by Sioux chiefs.
It contains an ancient artifact that he found when he was a boy.
Martin’s friends would have laughed.
Martin’s friends aren’t interested in Grandpa.
Martin doesn’t care to share something so personal.
Martin is ashamed of Grandpa.
Martin doesn't have a picture of Grandpa.
Martin is a cruel and insensitive person.
Martin is overly sensitive to what his friends think.
Martin doesn't love his Grandpa.
Grandpa's behavior is out of control.
He is shocked by life in the suburbs.
He is having a heart attack
Of heat exhaustion
Only Martin wants to bring friends over to meet Grandpa.
Only Cheryl shows Grandpa’s picture to her friends.
Cheryl is not bothered by Grandpa like Martin is.
Martin talks more with Grandpa than Cheryl does.
People, both young and old, need to value their culture and traditions.
Martin’s family is an example of the mistreatment of older members of the family.
Riding a bus for two hours will cause heat exhaustion.
The younger generations are very disrespectful towards old people.
He has a talk with Martin about Sioux pride and tradition.
He cleans his hat and changes his clothes.
He leaves the room when Martin’s friends are over.
He stops talking about Sioux history.
They are tall and stately with long braided hair.
Speaking of death is impolite.
Leaving the reservation is forbidden.
Displays of affection are unseemly.