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Jake and Jackie Learn to Understand Others, Part 1



Jake and Jackie Learn to Understand Others, Part 1
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     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 4 to 5
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   4.5

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    motivators, tendency, personality, psychologist, based, seminar, teaching, schedule, interesting, drills, onto, traveled, travels, goal, lead, flashlight
     content words:    Aunt Bethany, DeLIGHTful Personalities, Your Organization, William Moulton Marston


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Jake and Jackie Learn to Understand Others, Part 1
By Beth Beutler
  

1     Jackie's Aunt Bethany was visiting for the week. She was from Chicago, but she traveled a good bit. She was a speaker for a company that sponsored seminars, and this week, she happened to be speaking for two days in the same town where Jackie lived.
 
2     Jackie loved when Aunt Bethany visited. She always had interesting things to share about her travels and the courses she was teaching.
 
3     This morning, Aunt Bethany was already at the kitchen table with her notes spread out when Jackie came down the hall.
 
4     "What are you teaching about this time?" Jackie asked, pouring herself a glass of orange juice.
 
5     "I'm doing a seminar called the "DeLIGHTful Personalities in Your Organization," Aunt Bethany replied.
 
6     "Is that why you have a flashlight, candle, light bulb, and party light out?"
 
7     "It sure is. Those are visuals for each of the four personality types."
 
8     Jackie looked quizzically at Aunt Bethany. "I'm not sure I understand, but if you say so."
 
9     Just then, Aunt Bethany and Jackie heard a knock at the back door. "Must be Jake," Jackie said. She peeked out the window, and sure enough, Jake was on the porch.

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