I say this because I think Catherine thinks about only herself a lot throughout the story. Use text evidence to support each trait. All assignments need to be thoughtfully and neatly completed. Also in the process of making new friends she befriends Jason. She uses her artistic art work to make him communication cards because the one he have are boring.
It is encouraged that you type up your work, but it is not required. Ability awareness project We learned a but about autism and special needs through our study of Rules.
Lord has created believable characters that readers can identify with relate to.
I really enjoyed this book, although it dealt a very serious topic, it was humorous and fun to read. Avoid trying to "outdo" or compete with other bloggers; concentrate on your own ideas.
Once Jason shows up at the dance and they dance Catherine learns how to let go, be herself, and not worry about what others think. Anyone on the Internet can easily print out a blog or save it to a computer. Her rules become a power struggle because David is autistic, he does not understand what he is doing is not right.
The reader can relate to twelve-year-old Catherine who is coping with having a brother who is autistic and her parents centers everything around him.
He makes no growth over the course of the story and acts more as a prop for embarrassing Catherine than an actual person. I also thought this book was funny, Catherine was very sarcastic, and it reminded me of myself. Catherine must cope with this, all she wants to have is a "normal" life and be accepted.
Anyways Jason is the sweetest guy. She has a autistic brother, David.
Catherine learns that Jason is very intelligent. Set in coastal Maine, this sensitive story is about being different, feeling different, and finding acceptance. It was a fantastic book and you should definitely go out now and read it!
Your poem should try to capture the emotion of the scene. Her love for her brother is as real as are her frustrations with him.Name:Date: Period:Rules by Cynthia Lord Chapter 2. Summary. Don’t run down the clinic hallway. David, Catherine and their mother arrive at the OT clinic.
Catherine chooses to ‘tag along’ because she likes to spend time alone with her mother when David is at the clinic.
Rules By Cynthia Lord Character Analysis Catherine-- Catherine changes after she meets Jason. She realized that a person with disabilities can be just as normal as everyone else.
It is a relationship element. Jason-- changed by meeting Catherine. Cynthia Lord This Study Guide consists of approximately 27 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Rules. The way Cynthia Lord wrote out the way he communicates using one word at a time really made me want to continue reading to see what else is in his communication book.
With the little words he had, some of the sentences didn't make sense but you could easily figure it out. Here are some questions based around the book we are reading in class right now, Rules by Cynthia Lord. It is a difficult book which deals with some difficult situations.
Sometimes the author makes us feel uncomfortable for Catherine, or David, or Jason. Rules By Cynthia Lord Chapters (Follow the rules â€“ Don't run down the clinic hallway) Before you read the chapter: The protagonist in most novels features the main character or â€œgood guyâ€š.Download