Chapters 1-3, Jim Crow and the Detested Number Ten, Coot,
1. Who is Claudette Colvin?
(a) The antagonist.
(b) The author of the book.
(c) The narrator at the opening of the book.
(d) The white girl whose best friend was black.
2. How old was Claudette when she learned about what happens when blacks act out against whites?
3. What did the white boys want of Claudette?
(a) To take her to the movies.
(b) To steal her coat.
(c) To steal her dog.
(d) To see her hands.
4. What did the boys do when Claudette and the white boys touched each other's hands?
(b) Push Claudette down.
(c) Yell at Claudette.
(d) Slap Claudette.
5. Who came up while Claudette was still standing with the white boys?
(a) Her mother.
(b) The sheriff.
(c) The boys' mother.
(d) Her grandmother.
6. What does the person who came up to Claudette do?
(a) Pulls Claudette aside to say something to her in private.
(b) Arrest the boys.
(c) Slaps Claudette.
(d) Arrest Claudette.
7. Why did the person do that to Claudette?
(a) To get her away from the boys.
(b) To teach her not to touch white people.
(c) Because Claudette spit on the sidewalk in front of the boys.
(d) Because the boys had gone beyond what was considered ok.
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