A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family Test | Final Test - Easy

Lou Ann Walker
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What color did Lou Ann always wear on Christmas as a child?
(a) Green.
(b) Pink.
(c) Red.
(d) Blue.

2. How did Lou Ann go about putting her life in order?
(a) Rediscovered herself.
(b) Put her guilty feelings to rest.
(c) Had a heart to heart with her parents.
(d) Stopped doing the things she didn't want to do.

3. What was Lou Ann's second job while working at the magazine?
(a) Teaching sign language and interpreting.
(b) Waitressing.
(c) Cashier.
(d) Janitor.

4. What was Uncle Garnel's wife always asking Lou Ann to teach her?
(a) Writing.
(b) Knitting.
(c) Crochet.
(d) Scrapbooking.

5. What did Lou Ann's friend encourage her to do regarding the article she was writing about deafness?
(a) Write down what she knew.
(b) Interview her parents.
(c) Let down her guard.
(d) Research deafness.

6. What did Lou Ann's family expect her to be?
(a) A good girl.
(b) A quiet girl.
(c) A respectful girl.
(d) A loyal girl.

7. What was Lou Ann's first interpreting job?
(a) Signing in a conference.
(b) Signing a computer class.
(c) Signing in court.
(d) Signing in a doctors office.

8. What topic did Lou Ann choose for her senior honors thesis at college?
(a) Shakespeare's style.
(b) Confessional Novel.
(c) Deafness.
(d) Handicaps.

9. What fraternal order did Lou Ann want her father to join?
(a) Masons.
(b) Eagles.
(c) Elks.
(d) American Brotherhood.

10. Who was the second person that Lou Ann met in the deaf street gang?
(a) Big John.
(b) Big Willie.
(c) Big Steve.
(d) Big Tim.

11. What hotel did Lou Ann's parents visit in Chicago?
(a) Ambassador East.
(b) Sherman House.
(c) Palmer House.
(d) The Drake.

12. Where did the people that Lou Ann spent two weeks with every summer live?
(a) Muncie.
(b) Fillmore.
(c) Greencastle.
(d) Montpelier.

13. Who did Lou Ann feel sorry for in regards to her parents deafness?
(a) Her sisters.
(b) Them.
(c) Herself.
(d) Their parents.

14. Whose children in her neighborhood did Lou Ann babysit for when she was a teenager?
(a) The mayor.
(b) The banker.
(c) The grocer.
(d) The lawyer.

15. What was the main entertainment in Lou Ann's town?
(a) Soccer.
(b) Basketball.
(c) Football.
(d) Baseball.

Short Answer Questions

1. What was the name of the kid that Lou Ann interpreted for in court that had attacked a woman and stolen her wallet?

2. What kind of cheese had Lou Ann never had before going to Boston?

3. Who was Lou Ann's boss at her new job?

4. Who was Lou Ann's roommate at college?

5. Who did Lou Ann feel was the most effective deaf rights activist she'd ever seen?

(see the answer keys)

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