Unit 32 - Practice Book page 160-162

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Practice Name Text Feature: Interview An interview is an account of the questions asked by one person and the answers given by another. Read the following interview and then answer the questions. As a reporter for the local newspaper, I recently met with Harry Buck. This ten-year-old is performing in a play put on by our local community theater. Here’s part of the interview. Q: What’s the name of the play you are performing in? A: It’s called Columbus Sails for the New World. Q: What part are you playing? A: I’m playing Christopher Columbus. Q: Did you have to audition for the role? If so, how many people tried out for it? A: Yes, I had to audition. I think 4 or 5 of us tried out for the role. Q: Can anyone try out for a play at the community theater? A: Yes. We’ve put on plays with kids as young as 5 and adults as old as 70. Q: How often do you rehearse? A: For this play, we practice three nights a week and on the weekends. 1. Who is being interviewed? © Macmillan /McGraw-Hill 2. What role is Harry playing? 3. What does the Q stand for? 4. What does the A stand for? At Home: Discuss who the student would like to interview Ranita, the Frog Princess 160 Grade 4/Unit 5 if the person could be anyone in the world today. What questions would he or she ask?

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