Final Test - Hard
|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test 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 __________________.
Essay Topic 1
At several points in the book, the author describes and discusses various memories.
Part 1) What are these memories? What leads him to describe and discuss these memories? What does he say about these memories? How do they pertain to his life now?
Part 2) What are some of your most vivid memories? What are the triggers for these memories? Why? How do these memories compare to reality? Are these accurate memories? Why or why not?
Part 3) How are memories important to people around the world? What role does memory play in one's culture? What can memories reveal about the one to whom they belong?
Essay Topic 2
The author gets close to several animals.
Part 1) Describe these encounters. How does the author feel about these encounters? Why does he feel this way? What does this reveal about him?
Part 2) How else does the author grow closer to nature? Why? How might this affect him after he leaves the cabin?
Part 3) Why might it be important for all people to get more in touch with nature? How could this affect our communities and our planet as a whole?
Essay Topic 3
The author is sick of celebrating Christmas in the traditional American way.
Part 1) How has he come to this conclusion? Why might he feel this way? Might these feelings change again? Why or why not?
Part 2) How might he want to celebrate Christmas? Why might he want to celebrate it in this way? How might it reflect his lifestyle since he has lived in the cabin in the Maine woods?
Part 3) How do you celebrate holidays? Do you celebrate in a traditionally American way? Why or why not? Would you change the way you celebrate? If so, how would you change and why would you change? If not, why not?
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