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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 16, "Church-Going".
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do Little Tree and the sharecropper's daughter have in common?
(a) Both are poor.
(b) Both are exposed to the challenges of being young in an adult world.
(c) Both live off the land and have a strong sense of pride.
(d) Both are being deprived of education.
2. According to the news heard in Chapter 11, what is causing people in New York to die?
(a) Overcrowding and the spread of illnesses.
(b) A serious epidemic that causes depression.
(c) They are killing themselves by jumping off roofs.
(d) Severe snow storms.
3. Which of the following is the best alternate title for Chapter 6?
(a) Understanding the Past.
(c) The Lost People.
(d) Survival of the Strong.
4. According to his grandparents, why is it important for Little Tree to learn about his past?
(a) Because he will have to teach his own children about the past.
(b) Because it will help him understand the Cherokee ways.
(c) So he will know about his relatives.
(d) Because without understanding his past, he will not understand his future.
5. When the soldiers drive the Cherokee from their land, how do the Cherokee show their pride?
(a) They plant their nation's flag where every Cherokee is buried.
(b) They fight back and repel the soldiers.
(c) They look straight ahead as they march and refuse rides in the soldiers' wagons.
(d) They sing brave songs on the journey.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Granpa help Little Tree understand the seriousness of spending the money on the calf?
2. What is unusual about the type of church that Little Tree's family attends?
3. Referring to people who like to take and give handouts, what similarity does Granpa describe between some people and some countries?
4. In Chapter 6, the author reveals that Pa becomes a warrior late in his life. For whom does he fight?
5. What lesson does the author teach the reader in Chapter 6, based on how the Indians responded to the oppression by the soldiers?
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