Eleanor Roosevelt, Volume One, 1884-1933 Test | Lesson Plans Mid-Book Test - Hard

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Mid-Book Test - Hard

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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. For how long does she study at this school?

2. What causes this to happen to Elliott?

3. Who does Sara hire while the couple is on their honeymoon?

4. How many suitors does Eleanor have?

5. What will haunt Eleanor her entire life?

Short Essay Questions

1. How does Eleanor find her new home?

2. How does Eleanor feel about visiting family homes? Why?

3. How does Franklin's mother feel about the relationship?

4. What happens to Elliott after he spends time in French institutions?

5. Where does Eleanor find relief from her worries?

6. How does Eleanor encourage women to stand up for their rights and the rights of their children?

7. How do others view Lorena?

8. How does Eleanor's tenure as head of the League of Women Voters affect her?

9. How does Eleanor feel about becoming the First Lady? What complicates her new life?

10. How does Souvestre treat Eleanor?

Essay Topics

Essay Topic 1

Eleanor has a strong relationship with her father.

Part 1) Describe their relationship. Why do they have such a strong relationship?

Part 2) How is the strength in their relationship contradictory to the relationship between Eleanor and her mother? Why does this difference exist?

Part 3) Is the relationship she has with her father surprising? Why or why not?

Essay Topic 2

Eleanor's mother's disapproval pervades Eleanor's life.

Part 1) Why did Eleanor's mother disapprove of her? Why was their relationship so difficult?

Part 2) Why has Anna' disapproval pervaded Eleanor's entire life? Why was Eleanor unable to resolve this conflict with her mother?

Part 3) If Eleanor could have spoken with her mother after her mother's death, what would Anna have said to Eleanor? How might it have changed Eleanor's life, her view of herself, and her relationships with others?

Essay Topic 3

Eleanor's tenure at Todhunter School mirrors her own education at Allenswood.

Part 1) Describe her tenure at Todhunter School. How does it mirror her education at Allenswood?

Part 2) What does she enjoy about being a student and a teacher? Might many schools have been like this in 1920? Why or why not?

Part 3) How do these schools compare to schools today? How have schools, teachers, and students changed? How have they stayed the same? Explain.

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