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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 does Rina tell Caitlin is the reason that she should try out for cheer leading?
2. What does Stuart teach at the university?
3. Which of the following activities does Cass NOT participate in during high school?
4. What word best describes Rogerson's family?
5. What do the Connells and O'Korens do in observance of Labor Day every year?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Caitlin feel about Mike Evans?
2. How is Jack O'Koren described in the opening pages of Chapter Two?
3. Describe what happens when Rogerson hits Caitlin for the first time.
4. How is Caitlin's relationship with Rogerson affecting her school life?
5. How does the reader know that Cass and Caitlin have a close relationship?
6. How does Cass hurt Caitlin with a shovel in Commons Park?
7. How does Rogerson's father react when he sees his son and Caitlin at the Biscoe house?
8. What do Caitlin and Boo discuss about Cass and her disappearance?
9. What do Caitlin and Rogerson talk about in the car after the cheer leading ceremony?
10. How does Caitlin hurt herself during the rival game with Central High School?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Describe the relationship between the O'Korens and the Connells. In your essay, explain how those two families are similar, and how they are different. Also identify supporting text describing Caitlin's relationship with Boo, and how the Connells are supportive to Caitlin and her family.
Essay Topic 2
How does Rogerson change from the time when his character is first introduced until his arrest? In your essay, identify several of Rogerson's character traits, and provide text to support each trait. Describe Rogerson's treatment of Caitlin at the beginning and the end of their relationship.
Essay Topic 3
Explain how Caitlin changes once she begins dating Rogerson. Describe Caitlin in the beginning of the book, and compare that behavior to that while she is dating Rogerson. Provide supporting text to describe her school work, social life, and the choices that she makes under Rogerson's influence.
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