Angelique C. answered 12d
Thirty Plus Years of English, Writing, Reading, and More
It's interesting that your teacher has a paragraph requirement. I am assuming s/he wants to be sure that you dedicate each paragraph to each part of the question.
So paragraph 1: easy--especially since the word "contrast" is used, which indicates differences only. (Compare could be similarities OR differences.) Look for words, actions, looks, anything that indicates a difference in how this elderly woman is treated privately (home) vs publicly (at baths).
Paragraph 2: So now you have to look at what the granddaughter notices when she sees how people treat her grandma and how the grandmother behaves in response. This should give you your answer.
Paragraph 3: You have to know about Syrian culture/importance of family, which should have been discussed pre-assignment. Look at the conflicts in the story (grandma, daughter, grandchildren) to get this answer.
REMEMBER: Each paragraph needs textual evidence (quotes, partial quotes, description of what went on, etc.) to support what you are saying. You can open with the evidence and then explain or the other way around.
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