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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 are Massie and Alicia doing in the studio food service tent?
2. What is Claire's first instinct when she sees the magazine photo of Massie and Alicia?
3. What message does Claire leave for Cam?
4. What news does Conner's mom share with Massie and Alicia?
5. What news do the mothers give to Massie and Alicia at breakfast?
Short Essay Questions
1. What goes wrong during filming of "The Daily Grind" in California?
2. How can the reader tell that the girls' friendships are not as strong as they seem?
3. How can you tell that Abby is temperamental?
4. What job does Massie end up getting?
5. How can the girls keep up with their studies when they are in LA?
6. How does Bean move the action forward in the story?
7. How does Massie sabotage Claire's relationship with Cam?
8. Why does Cam get confused by a magazine article about Claire?
9. How do the characters behave childishly in this section?
10. How does Claire avoid spending time with Massie?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Even though the girls do not attend school during the entire novel, there are 3 different schools that are featured prominently in the novel: Octavian Country Day School, Briarwood, and Lakeview Middle School (the fake school featured in the movie). Describe each of these schools and what happens there. What are the differences between them?
Essay Topic 2
Even though the girls are not in school, they can still learn a lesson. Give 3 examples of lessons that the characters learned in the story. You can cite the same character more than once, if you wish.
Essay Topic 3
Denouement is the way that a story winds down at the end. While the climax is the turning point, after the climax, the reader wants to know what happens to the characters in the aftermath of the climax. Describe the denouement for Claire & Cam, for the movie "Dial L for Loser," and for the Pretty Committee as a group.
This section contains 995 words
(approx. 4 pages at 300 words per page)