Final Test - Hard
|Name: _____________________________||Period: ___________________________|
This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Mrs. Weidenbach is the wife of the ___________, and is the leader of the local chapter of the DAR.
2. Two ancient ladies arrive for the DAR event, _______________, but they certainly aren't DAR ladies.
3. By this time, Mary Alice has made a friend, _______________, and is on better terms with several girls.
4. Mrs. Weidenbach is ready to__________ at these horrible new revelations.
5. It turns out Grandma had been setting _______ traps earlier that day.
Mildred Burdick is a bully.
Part 1) How is Mildred a bully? Why is she a bully? How has this bad behavior been passed down through the generations in the Burdick family?
Part 2) How are others affected by Mildred's behavior? What happens to Mildred by the end of the book? What does this say about bullies? What might this also reveal about the author's opinion of bullies?
Part 3) How have you been affected by bullying? How have you dealt with bullying? How has society worked toward stopping bullying? Has it been successful? Why or why not?
Mary Alice and Ina-Rae conspire against Carleen.
Part 1) How do these girls use Valentine's Day to get back at Carleen? Why do they do this? Are they successful? Why or why not? What does this behavior reveal about Mary Alice at this point in the story?
Part 2) How else does Mary Alice begin to take a stand for herself and others throughout this book? Why does she do this? How does her behavior compare to Grandma's?
Part 3) How can you stand up more for yourself and others? Would you consider using tactics similar to those used by Mary Alice and Grandma? Why or why not?
The first section begins a pattern that repeats throughout the rest of the book.
Part 1) What is this pattern? How is this pattern significant? What theme does this pattern support? What characters does this pattern and theme affect? How are they affected?
Part 2) How is this pattern and theme relevant to your own life? How can you relate to the characters in this book through this theme?
Part 3) What is another book you have read or story you have heard that has this same theme? Is this a universal theme? Why or why not?
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