Final Test - Hard
|Name: _____________________________||Period: ___________________________|
This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. The author believes he may be wanted as __________ in "The Spiker."
2. The author concluded that the squirrels had developed a way of making ___________.
3. The author also writes about the miniature plants left over from _________that make their homes close to the ground?
4. In another very detailed dream, he is looking for a place to rest but is suddenly swept away by ______________ elephants.
5. The author visits his son's school in __________________.
The author observes the seeds blowing off of a maple tree.
Part 1) Describe this observation. How is he affected by this observation? How does this affect his view of mankind?
Part 2) What other observations encourage him to contemplate other aspects of human life? Explain.
Part 3) What has happened in your own life that has made you take notice of the quality of human life and mankind's abilities? How has this affected you? How does it compare to the author's observations and revelations about mankind?
The author has developed a keen sense of only noticing the unique and new.
Part 1) Use details from the book to prove this statement to be true. How has he come to have this keen sense? How is he now like Jack? is he also like other wild animals? Why or why not? Are you surprised that he has grown to be more like the animals around him? Why or why not?
Part 2) What does this change in the author's senses reveal about the influence of one's environment? How much has the author been influenced by his environment? Explain.
Part 3) Can this change in one's senses take place in the civilized, modern world? If so, how? If not, why not?
Fishing is often discussed in this book.
Part 1) Describe the author's fishing expeditions. Why does he go fishing? How is fishing important in this book? What other activities pertaining to his relationship with nature are also important? Why?
Part 2) What else is also discussed a great deal in this book? Why? How is this important to the author and to this book?
Part 3) What activities in your own life are of importance? Why? How do these activities compare to those of the author?
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