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Equally various were the answers to the second question Some said the people the King most needed. were his councilors others the priests others the doctors while some said the warriors were the. most necessary, To the third question as to what was the most important occupation some replied that the most. important thing in the world was science Others said it was skill in warfare and others again that it. was religious worship, All the answers being diKerent the King agreed with none of them and gave the reward to none But. still wishing to Ind the right answers to his questions he decided to consult a hermit widely renowned. for his wisdom, The hermit lived in a wood which he never quitted and he received none but common folk So the King. put on simple clothes and before reaching the hermit s cell dismounted from his horse and leaving. his body guard behind went on alone, 10 When the King approached the hermit was digging the ground in front of his hut Seeing the King he. greeted him and went on digging The hermit was frail and weak and each time he stuck his spade into. the ground and turned a little earth he breathed heavily. The King went up to him and said I have come to you wise hermit to ask you to answer three. questions How can I learn to do the right thing at the right time Who are the people I most need and. to whom should I therefore pay more attention than to the rest And what aKairs are the most. important and need my Irst attention, The hermit listened to the King but answered nothing He just spat on his hand and recommenced.
You are tired said the King let me take the spade and work awhile for you. Thanks said the hermit and giving the spade to the King he sat down on the ground. 15 When he had dug two beds the King stopped and repeated his questions The hermit again gave no. answer but rose stretched out his hand for the spade and said. Now rest awhile and let me work a bit, But the King did not give him the spade and continued to dig One hour passed and another The sun. began to sink behind the trees and the King at last stuck the spade into the ground and said. I came to you wise man for an answer to my questions If you can give me none tell me so and I will. return home, Here comes some one running said the hermit let us see who it is. 20 The King turned round and saw a bearded man come running out of the wood The man held his. hands pressed against his stomach and blood was Jowing from under them When he reached the. King he fell fainting on the ground moaning feebly The King and the hermit unfastened the man s. clothing There was a large wound in his stomach The King washed it as best he could and bandaged. it with his handkerchief and with a towel the hermit had But the blood would not stop Jowing and the. King again and again removed the bandage soaked with warm blood and washed and rebandaged the. wound When at last the blood ceased Jowing the man revived and asked for something to drink The. King brought fresh water and gave it to him Meanwhile the sun had set and it had become cool So. the King with the hermit s help carried the wounded man into the hut and laid him on the bed Lying. on the bed the man closed his eyes and was quiet but the King was so tired with his walk and with the. work he had done that he crouched down on the threshold and also fell asleep so soundly that he. slept all through the short summer night When he awoke in the morning it was long before he could. remember where he was or who was the strange bearded man lying on the bed and gazing intently at. him with shining eyes, Forgive me said the bearded man in a weak voice when he saw that the King was awake and was. looking at him, I do not know you and have nothing to forgive you for said the King. You do not know me but I know you I am that enemy of yours who swore to revenge himself on you. because you executed his brother and seized his property I knew you had gone alone to see the. hermit and I resolved to kill you on your way back But the day passed and you did not return So I. came out from my ambush to Ind you and I came upon your bodyguard and they recognized me and. wounded me I escaped from them but should have bled to death had you not dressed my wound I. wished to kill you and you have saved my life Now if I live and if you wish it I will serve you as your. most faithful slave and will bid my sons do the same Forgive me. The King was very glad to have made peace with his enemy so easily and to have gained him for a. friend and he not only forgave him but said he would send his servants and his own physician to. attend him and promised to restore his property, 25 Having taken leave of the wounded man the King went out into the porch and looked around for the.
hermit Before going away he wished once more to beg an answer to the questions he had put The. hermit was outside on his knees sowing seeds in the beds that had been dug the day before. The King approached him and said, For the last time I pray you to answer my questions wise man. You have already been answered said the hermit still crouching on his thin legs and looking up at. the King who stood before him, How answered What do you mean asked the King. 30 Do you not see replied the hermit If you had not pitied my weakness yesterday and had not dug. those beds for me but had gone your way that man would have attacked you and you would have. repented of not having stayed with me So the most important time was when you were digging the. beds and I was the most important man and to do me good was your most important business. Afterwards when that man ran to us the most important time was when you were attending to him. for if you had not bound up his wounds he would have died without having made peace with you So. he was the most important man and what you did for him was your most important business. Remember then there is only one time that is important Now It is the most important time because. it is the only time when we have any power The most necessary man is he with whom you are for no. man knows whether he will ever have dealings with any one else and the most important aKair is to. do him good because for that purpose alone was man sent into this life. The Three Questions by Leo Tolstoy is in the public domain. Text Dependent Questions, Directions For the following questions choose the best answer or respond in complete sentences. 1 Which of the following statements best summarizes how the three questions and the RL 3. king s desire for their answers contribute to the overall narrative. A The three questions provide the framework for the story s structure their. answers are revealed over the course of the story, B The three questions propel the action of the story The king goes out in search. of their answers, C The three questions help create the story s mysterious mood.
D The three questions symbolize three things that cannot be known but that one. must search for throughout his or her whole life, 2 Which of the following best summarizes how the learned men of the kingdom RL 3. answer his questions, A Their answers are similar, B Their answers are uniIed and concise. C Their answers are contradictory, D Their answers are too varied for the king to decide. 3 Which of the following statements summarizes the most likely relationship between RL 3. these answers and the people who answered them, A The answers most likely reJect what the people learned from their own masters. B The answers most likely reJect each person s own values and occupations. C The answers most likely support what would be best for the individuals. lifestyles and gain, D None of the above, 4 Which of the following statements best describes how the theme of power is RL 2.
developed in this story, A The king wishes to be all powerful dominating everything around him At the. end of the story he Inds the knowledge to make this possible. B The king is an incredibly powerful ruler whose power is threatened by a crazed. man who wants to seek revenge for his family s death. C The king wants to have greater control over the future He goes out in search of. answers only to realize that his original wish was in vain. D The king is weak and very few people recognize him as an important man By. the end of the story he has gained power in an unexpected way. 5 What does the Inal paragraph reveal about the story s theme RL 5. 7th Grade Math Redhound Day 6, Mrs Anderson Mr Faulkner Mrs Hamlin. Choose ONE of the following, Work on IXL Carnegie for 45 minutes Log your start stop times here. Start Time, Complete this worksheet and show any work that you do If you use a calculator write down. 1 The installment plan for Sara s new car was 1 500 down and 290 each month for 24. months What was the total price Sara paid for her car. a 3 600 b 6 960 c 7 110 d 8 460, 2 Solve the following problem 0 35 200.
a 0 07 b 0 7 c 70 d 700, 3 Dave bought 1 2 pounds of plums for 0 50 per pound He also bought 1 5 pounds of nuts. for 2 50 per pound Dave gave the cashier 10 00 for the plums and nuts How much. change should he have received, a 4 35 b 5 65 c 7 00 d 8 10. 4 Doctors recommend 8 hours of sleep every night Leslie spends 16 hours awake every day. Jordan spends 40 of every day asleep Luis spends 1 3 of every day asleep Nico sleeps. 0 33 24 hours every day Recall there are 24 hours in a day Who sleeps too much. a Leslie b Jordan c Luis d Nico, 5 There are 9 employees in the accounting department where Stephon works and 7 of them. have passed the CPA certified public accountant exam What percentage of the accounting. employees have passed the exam Round to the nearest tenth if necessary. a 56 3 b 43 8 c 77 8 d 128 6, 6 Of the 11 teachers at Harris Middle School 7 of them have earned their master s degrees. Express this ratio as a decimal Round to the nearest thousandth if necessary. a 1 571 b 0 636 c 0 611 d 0 389, 7 Solve the following problem 10 30 5 3.
a 25 b 20 c 13 d 5, 8 Mr Ramon has a long distance calling plan that charges 0 08 per minute for long distance. calls How much would a 45 minute long distance call cost. a 3 20 b 3 40 c 3 50 d 3 60, 9 Laura is 3 years older than twice Joseph s age If Laura is 27 years old how old is Joseph. a 12 b 15 c 24 d 30, 10 Amy baby sat from 7 30 p m to 11 00 p m If Amy was paid 15 75 how much did she earn. a 4 20 b 4 50 c 5 25 d 5 50, 11 An employee of the XYZ Furniture Company receives a weekly salary of 125 per day plus. 40 for each chair that he or she makes What would be the weekly pay of a worker who. made 12 chairs, a 1 540 b 1 980 c 480 d 605, 12 Jason bought 3 packages of sliced ham Two packages weighed 7 5 ounces each The other.
package weighed 10 5 ounces What was the total number of ounces of ham that Jason. a 18 0 b 21 0 c 24 5 d 25 5, 13 Solve for x, a 9 b 1 c 1 d 9. 14 Solve for x, a 9 b 9 c 5 d 5, a 2 b 2 c d 2, Redhound Day 6. 7th Grade Science, Teachers Rice and Rougeux, Below is the link for the reading and videos to watch before. answering the questions, http www ck12 org physical science States of Matter in Physical. Science lesson States of Matter referrer concept details. Explore More, Use the following resource to answer the questions that follow.
States of Matter at, http www chem4kids com files matter states html. 1 What happens when the temperature of a system increases. 2 What causes a phase change to a more active state. 3 How can a physical change be created, 1 Define state of matter. 2 List four states of matter Which states of matter are most common. 3 What type of property is state of matter How could you demonstrate. 4 Make a table comparing and contrasting solids liquids and gases. Vocabulary, Student Name Teacher Name, Redhound Day Lesson 6 7th Grade Social Studies. This lesson replaces one day of classroom instruction in Social Studies These tasks will be graded based upon correct. completion Students will have a five day period including two ESS dates to complete any work that is not finished on the. actual day that we miss school, Directions Carefully analyze the maps for this lesson paper copy or Edmodo resource to answer the. following questions in complete sentences Remember to refer to the Historical Context section. Lesson from Stanford History Education Group Reading Like a Historian http sheg stanford edu mapping new world. 1 What do you see when you look at the map from 1635. 2 What do you see when you look at the map from 1651. 3 List three differences between Map A and Map B, 4 These maps are showing the EXACT SAME PIECE OF LAND Why do you think they differ.
5 Look at the HISTORICAL CONTEXT SHEET How might settlers attitudes towards Native. Americans have changed from the 1630 s to the 1650 s How might settlers attitudes toward the. land have changed from the 1630 s to the 1650 s Explain your answer. 6 Why does the cartographer for Map B think the Sea of China and the Indies are on the other side. of Virginia HINT Think about where Columbus thought he landed. KCAS SS 7 KCAS SS 7 Academic Expectation 2 20 Students understand analyze and interpret historical events conditions trends and issues to. develop historical perspective Reading Standards for Literacy in History Social Studies 6 12 CCSS ELA LITERACY RH 6 8 1 Cite specific textual. evidence to support analysis of primary and secondary sources. Historical Context Sheet, 1607 English settlers firs. Name Class Leo Tolstoy 1897 black and white 37767u is in the public domain The Three Questions By Leo Tolstoy 1885 Leo Tolstoy 1828 1910 was a famous Russian author perhaps best known for his novels War and Peace

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