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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 6-10.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the moral of the lesson Sister Naima tells the children during the second part of Sunday School?
(a) It is dangerous to be jealous.
(b) Women should never be loud in public.
(c) Prayer time has to be observed regardless of the situation.
(d) A person has to be loyal to her family.
2. What do Amina and her friends do during the break during Sunday School?
(a) Eat a snack.
(b) Play soccer.
(c) Practice passages from the Quran.
(d) Sit with their parents.
3. What is Amina's reaction when Thaya Jaan says some families in Pakistan can barely afford food?
(a) Sadness because there is nothing she can do about it.
(b) Guilt because of the food she just threw away.
(c) Determination because she is working on a plan to help them.
(d) Anger because the government is not helping her family.
4. How is Ms. Barton dressed when she introduces the new project Amina's class will be working on?
(a) She is wearing overalls and a flannel shirt.
(b) She is wearing the traditional clothing of a pioneer woman.
(c) She is wearing a t-shirt with the school mascot.
(d) She is wearing an orange jacket like hunters wear.
5. Why is Mama cooking lots of food prior to Thaya Jaan's arrival?
(a) She is taking food to a local shelter.
(b) So that she will have food available when she does not have time to cook.
(c) Mustafa is having his basketball team over for a cookout.
(d) Friends are coming over to discuss security for the mosque.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Rabiya and Amina spend their time doing in Rabiya's room?
2. What kind of lessons does Amina take?
3. What does Amina remember about her early childhood at the mosque?
4. What does Baba say he expects of Amina and Mustafa while Thaya Jaan visits?
5. What does Amina say in support of Mustafa's plea to participate in an extracurricular activity?
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