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Discuss Sonia's comparison of her neighborhood to the novel, The Lord of the Flies. What does she mean when she says that the boys had every intention of establishing and keeping order? Have you seen other situations that could compare to this novel?

The student can use this to consider ways society breaks down and the reasons people fail to obey the laws. Order is vital to keeping people safe and this question can also prompt the student to think of situations that put people in danger simply because of a group's refusal to obey the rules.

Describe some of the biases Sonia faced as a Puerto Rican. Compare those to problems you've faced or seen as an outsider in some situation.

The student should be able to identify with Sonia, whether they are white, Puerto Rican, or some other nationality. If they have never encountered biases...

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