Why did Paul like it when he was given a chore to do?
What caused Pauk to be scared of storms?
Why was it Banana Beer, over other things, that brought the community together?
Will Paul ever be apart of the Elders council?
Will Paul go one later to do something about the cast stystem in Rwanda?
Why did Paul's brothers make fun of each other for being scared of storms?
How did Paul learn that 2 mile road so well?
Why did Paul consider chores a reward?
What was so special about banana beer?
Why did Paul's father love to tell stories so much?
Why is Paul afraid of storms
Why does Paul enjoy chores
What brings the community together
Will Paul be apart of the council
What changes will Paul make to Rwanda
1.)Why does Paul include so much about his home life and where he grew up?
2.) Why does he love chores so much? And take them as rewards?
3.)in the introduction he talks about the technical school. When he said " it would have been better if the soldiers had never been there to offer the illusion of safety." Is this foreshadowing that the soldiers outside of the hotel are no use?
1.) Will Paul be apart of the council?
2.) Will Paul make a diffrence in Rwanda?
Why does Paul see chores as a reward?
Why does Paul hold his father to such a powerful standard?
What is the cause of Paul being afraid of storms?
Why does the author take the time to explain how to make banana beer?
Considering the fact that the europeans built the first hotel in Rwanda and before the hotel was built the Rwanda people "could count on have a network of people" (p12) never needing the hotel, what does this say about the civilized europeans verses the uncivilized people of Rwanda.
Between the line
1. Why did Paul learn the 2 mile road so well?
2. Why did he like doing the chores, and why were they considered "rewards"?
3. Why did he admire his father so much?
1. Will he eventually join the elders council?
2. What did the hotel have to do with the massacre?
What was it about hard work Paul liked so much?
Why didn't he try harder to fix his first marriage?
What made Paul want to listen to the guest conversations around the pool?
When will Paul relize his job will help him save people's lives?
How will his second marriage turn out?
Why did Paul enjoy work
Beyond(what will his future be like)
Why did he try to fix his marriage
Why did he interact with guests at his hotel
When will Paul realize he has a greater purpose
What did paul discover that most people wanted and how did he use it to his advantage?
What role did the radio station play?
Why did he enjoy work so much
who owned the radio station?
What country supplied the wepons?
1. Why didn't Paul try to fix his first marriage?
2. Did Paul actually ever want to be a pastor?
3. Why wouldnt the president sign his application at first?
1. Why does he say he became a manager "by accident"?
2. Paul says race had always been an issue... but over what??
Why did Paul enjoy work?
Why didn't Paul try to fix his marriage?
How did the radio station play into their lives?
How did Paul become manager by accident?
Why did he care enough to interact with the guests?
Was that man really trying to help out Paul and his wife?
How did Paul know that the hotel would be any safer than his own home?
What made the Hutus want to join in on the militias?
What will happen to Paul and his family now that they are back in their home?
What lengths is Paul willing to go to, to protect his family?
Did the man really want to help
How did Paul know the hotel was safe
What is the Hutos thinking
how far will Paul go to protect the people he knows
What will happen to pauls family
Why was he so involved in the radio?
Why did he talk about it so much?
Why would someone tell his wife that she should be kidnapped?
What will happens to his family?
Between ; Why do you think he connected something big in our history to what specific thing we were doing at the time ?
Do you think he added more to what actually happened ? Explain .
How do you think his mind was going when he found out the two presidents had died ?
Beyond ; Do you think his secret plan for his family will go good , what will the out come be ?
Will him seeing dead bodies change how he acts in the rest of the book ? Explain your thoughts .
1. What format did the new radio station, RTLM, use that gave a voice to people?
2. What did the radio station do, called propaganda, that became extreme and dangerous to citizens?
3. Who was Jeanne?
4. What act of defiance did Paul do that got him in trouble?
5. What did the President’s men do to Paul?
April 6, 1994?
2. Who did Paul shake hands with not knowing it would be the last time he would ever see him?
3. How many UN peacekeeping soldiers were in Rwanda? 2700
4. Who was the United Nations chief of peacekeeping that did not take the warnings seriously?
5. What weak advice did the UN give Paul when he asked for a police escort?
6. Who was shot in the head on her front lawn?
Why did they love the radio even when it was boring?
What was the internal threat the country was in danger of?
Why was it such a big deal for him not to wear the medals?
Why didn't the president actually have any power?
Why was the radio show so addictive?
Why didn't the men kill Pauo and the others, after they got their money?
Why had no one, besides those taking refuge, approach Paul's house?
Why did Payos neighbors not invade his home, if they knew his wife was a Tutsi?
Will those in the other hotel survive?
What will Paul be met with, when he get to the Mille hotel?
Do you think Paul knows that his returning to his hotel would eventually save the lives of thousands?
What do you think would have happened to the people at Paul's hotel if he had died on the bridge?
How do you think the soldier who talked to Paul on the bridge felt about what he was doing?
What was Paul's opinion on negotiating lives for money?
How do you think Paul felt about all of these killings? How do you think seeing the dead bodies on the bridge effected him?
Does Paul know the importance of the hotel
What would have happened if Paul died
Why did the men spare paou
What is Paul's view on the murders
What will happen to the other hotel
Why did Jacques think it was okay to privilege himself, once he had the master key?
What message was Paul trying to give his wife when he held the keys out to her?
What had caused Paul to take on the authority of running the refugee camp?
What will Paul do if the pool water supply runs out?
Will Paul have to call in more favors in orde to keep the people inside the hotel safe?
What was paul celebrating when he was eating with his brother-in law?
Who was Paul's friend in the MDR?
Why did paul keep his conversation with marcel so short?
Why were the Hutus so easily convinced to start hacking their neighbors to death?
Did the Tutsi's have anything to do with Tootsie Rolls?
1. What was a favorite hiding place for civilians?
2. What did the UN and United States decide their top priority was instead of stopping the genocidal killings?
3. How many Rwandans were immediately massacred as the last UN jeep pulled out of Kigali?
4. What two commanders helped Paul secure officers and other favors that helped keep the refugees in the hotel alive? Who challenged Paul’s authority as the hotel manager and would not hand over the keys?
5. What are two reasons Paul believes that the Hotel Mille Collines was left alone the first days of the massacre?
Did the people run to churches because of religion or just because that's what seemed easiest ?
What was the point of Paul handing his wife the keys?
Did the Hotel have importance to Paul or was it just that his family was inside of it?
Will something happen to the other hotels like it did to this one ? explain your thoughts.
How will what happened in this chapter effect how Paul sees things in the next chapter ?
Why had so many people with the ability, fail to help the hotel?
What was Paul's reaction to not receiving any word back from the U.S.?
What was it about the alcohol that kept the murders from doing their "job"?
What were mornings like for Paul once the genocide started?
Why did priest kill their congregations and vice versa?
Why did the U.S. not want to take action, in stopping the genocide?
Why were only those with contacts overseas allowed to evacuate?
Why did Paul arrange for transport out of Africa?
Why is it not acceptable for a man to cry I'm Rwandan culture?
How desperate would you have to be, to offer up one of the refugees as a peace offering?
Would Paul have been comparing the genocide he was in, to the concentration camps, while it was taking place?
Will Paul go back to his normal morning routine, once the whole thing is over?
Will the U.S. take action, when the next genocide arises?
Would Paul have let his family leave the hotel if he knew they were to be stopped at a road block?
Will the convoy evacuate safely?
why didnt they just kill him and the people in the hotel?
if the hotel held many people would have been an easy way to kill many at one time?
If the only difference between the people killing and people dying is appearance why do they want to kill them so badly,and take out so many?
why didn't he say much about his kids?
What was the turquoise zone?
Where did RTLM radio tell its listeners to go?
What do you think the people who lived in Goma were thinking?
Why did paul feel bad for using an abandoned house?
Why hasn't paul truly grasped the seriousness of what was happening?
-Why did the Americans not help them when they needed it but flew to them when they would have a good story to make into a movie?
-What do you think the people of Goma were thinking?
-Why did Paul feel so bad about staying in another persons home.
-Why didn't Paul just quit his job as a hotel manger so they wouldn't kill him instead of running to Belgium?
Why was the land in Kabila desirable to those who bought land?
Why did Paul complain about those who foraged for food, while he did just that?
Why did the U.S. Take so long to begin helping?
Should Pual have gone back to the hotel and started cleaning up to prepare for those coming back to the country?
Why was the government willing to kill Paul, just to give his job to someone else?
who owned the radio station?
why did they teach them different languages?
how did paul figure out what people wanted?
how did he take advantage of people when he found out about what they wanted?
if he wasnt supposed to be a hotel manager how did he become one?
Why did paul talk about the radio so much?
why didnt he like the radio station?
Why did he refuse to wear the pin given to him by the president?
Why did he never tell about his running for president?
What is the significance of the radio station?
Why did paul complaine about people wanting food when he wanr ed the dame?
Why did the u.s. take so long to get envolved?
Why did they have zones?
Will they really be safe?
why where they willing to kill paul to give his job away?
Why did he feel bad abiut staying in someone elses house?
Why doesnt Gacaca in the instince of a genocide?
Why does Paul think that they need to gather around the table and talk about the problem at hand?
Why was the church used as the memorial?
Will we ever be able to completely stop genocides from happening?
Will Paul Kagame, the president, be able to make a change in Rwanada?
Why did paul say people chase that feeling you get when you join a group?
Why was paul scared of the countrymen not talking?
Why were the jails in Rwanda so terrible?
Why was the new court system a noble idea and a failure?
How do you think Rwanda would be different if it had the justice paul talks about?
From being absent on Friday.
Why did the U.S. Take so long to get involved?
They didn't want to spend money on something that they wouldn't gain anything from.
Why were he jails so terrible?
They didn't fully support the people in them, they were all really treated like criminals.
Why was the new court system a noble idea and a failure?
It didn't work with big things like genocide.
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