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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Jen do to make sure no policemen stop her on her way to the rally?
2. How old was Jen when she began using her family's computer?
3. What does Jen say to Luke after he tells her he will see her after the rally?
4. In Chapter 18, what is Jen's chat room friend complaining about online?
5. What does Luke have to do after he breaks into Jen's house in Chapter 26?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Jen's father believe the Government keeps people hovering around the poverty level?
2. How does Jen perform a background check on Luke?
3. What does Luke tell Jen when she comes to his room the night she leaves to the rally?
4. How was Jen killed?
5. How does Jen's mother take her shopping?
6. What does Luke do to break into Jen's house in Chapter 26?
7. Why does Luke feel guilty for eating food that could sustain a pet?
8. How does Luke's new identity empower him?
9. Why does Jen purposely cut her hand in Chapter 16?
10. What does Luke now realize about how he can create change in the world, but in a different way than Jen?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Analyze the concept of Freedom in "Among the Hidden" and what it means to the different characters. Where does freedom pertain to the novel? How do Jen and Luke feel about freedom? Does Luke think of Jen as already being relatively free? How important is it to have freedom in life? Does Jen's family have more freedom than Luke's family because they are Barons?
Essay Topic 2
Explore the theme of friendship in "Among the Hidden" and how friendship helps Luke's character to grow. How does Luke's new friendship affect the decisions that he makes and the way he acts? How important is it to have strong friendships in life, particularly when going through difficult times?
Essay Topic 3
In Chapter 14, Luke meets Jen and his life changes forever. He is amazed by how different her life is from his, even though she is a third child like him. Compare Luke's family with Jen's family, examining how different the life of a Baron is to the life of a farmer. How does each family live? What do their homes look like: the furniture, decorations, etc.? What are their families like? How old are they? What do they look like? What type of rules does each family have?
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