Vivian's Move Theme-Group 1
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by Latasha Harvey-Smith
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Which sentence helps convey the central idea that Vivian is changing her mind about the move.
C "Forthe past couple of months, Vivian and her dad had been reading about San Franciscoand California."
A "On a gray, raining morning, Vivian waved goodbye to the red door she had walked through for the last time."
D "Boston was beautiful and has wonderful restaurants, and she and she adored the fall leaves and the snowy winters."
B "San Francisco was starting to feel more like home every minutes"
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What is the central idea of paragraph 3?
D Only Vivian loves the fall and winter seasons.
B San Francisco doesn't get snow like Boston does.
C Vivian doesn't want to leave Boston for San Francisco.
A Vivian's dad thinks San Francisco is better than Boston.
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Vivian starts to like San Fracisco better when she see ways in which it is like Boston. A reader could agree or diagree with this statement. Choose the sentence from the story that could be used to support agreement with the statement.
C "Vivian smiled when she saw the restaurants with names like Mama Mia, and Mangia Bene, and red, white, and green flags hanging in the windows"
B "On the other hand, she thought about how much more fun the double-seated bike that she and her dad rode around Boston would be like these hills----atleast going down"
A "She thought it was too bad that San Francisco didn't get snow like Boston does"
D "She wondered if it were possible for San Francisco to be as wonderful as Boston.
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Th srory "Vivian's Move" explores the theme that change can be sad and exciting. Write a short paragraph in which you describe how Vivian is feeling about her move by the end of the story. Use details from the Text to support your answer. Remember to use Race to ensure you include all parts of your expected answer.

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