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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Eric's website encourage people to do to Brooks?
(a) Vandalize his car.
(b) Harass him.
(c) Kill him.
(d) Turn him in to police.
2. How did Brooks Brown know about the threats against Brooks Eric posted on his website?
(a) Eric tagged Brooks, prompting him to look.
(b) Brooks checked Eric's website daily.
(c) A teacher found the posts and alerted police.
(d) Dylan told him about them, prompting Brooks to look.
3. What were Dave's final words before losing consciousness?
(a) Please don't let me die.
(b) Tell Dylan I forgive him.
(c) Get out of the building.
(d) Tell my girls I love them.
4. Which of the following was not one of the things that impressed Jefco Magistrate John DeVita when he heard evidence against Dylan and Eric for breaking into the van?
(a) That they were well dressed.
(b) That they had straight A's on their report cards.
(c) That they were polite.
(d) That their fathers were with them.
5. What was the slogan many students put on t-shirts in answer to the question, "How do you feel?"
(a) I'm fine.
(b) Leave me alone.
(c) Bite me.
(d) Never better.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the animal that captured the attention of a Japanese film crew shooting a documentary about the massacre six months after the shootings?
2. Which of the following was NOT one of the questions investigators faced after the four-hour meeting at the high school at the end of the week following the shooting?
3. Who was the first family to file a lawsuit?
4. Who led the student body in on the day of the ribbon cutting on the remodeled school building?
5. Where did Dylan and Eric get the camcorder used to film the Basement Tapes?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was the discrepancy between what Frank DeAngelo remembered about the first moments of the shooting and what his secretary remembered, and how did the author explain the difference?
2. What was the message Brian Rohrbough crafted for the memorial, what did officials ask him to do, and why did he win the argument?
3. What was Mr. DeAngelo's life like in the years after the shooting?
4. What was the discussion behind the families' decision whether to sue the county?
5. What did Misty Bernall answer when Oprah asked if she wished Cassie had denied her Christianity in the hope that she might not be killed?
6. Describe the story Dylan had written for a creative writing assignment, where he got his information, and the reaction of his teacher.
7. What were the main points of the "how-to guides" issued by the government in the years following Columbine?
8. What were some of the things on Dylan's "bad list" as outlined in Chapter 33?
9. What was the problem Misty Bernall and her publisher faced with regard to Misty's book about Cassie's death and what were her decision?
10. Describe the incident involving the crosses.
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