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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. Papa would be angry if Jeanne dated ________.
2. Jeanne is chosen as ________ in high school.
3. What does Mama announce to Papa and Jeanne?
4. What grade does Jeanne enter in Los Angeles?
5. Who breaks the dam of Jeanne's memories about Manzanar?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Papa's family react to Woody's visit? What do they show him?
2. What three cases go to the Supreme Court? What are the decisions on them?
3. What do Jeanne and her father wait for at the firebreak? What does Mama tell them?
4. What small freedoms are the people in the camp allowed as time passes? How does Jeanne feel about this?
5. What is Jeanne's recurring dream? Why does this dream not come true for Jeanne?
6. What happens to Jeanne during her senior year of high school? What adds to Jeanne's differentness in the circumstance?
7. How does Jeanne feel about leaving the camp? What does she fear?
8. What does Jeanne fear will be the family's reception in Los Angeles? What it is actually like? How to people react to Jeanne and her family?
9. What does Papa want to do after they leave Manzanar? How does he think he will accomplish this?
10. Who are the first people in Jeanne's family to leave the camp? Where do the members of her family go?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What is the Loyalty Oath? How do the people in the camp react to it? Why does it cause so much controversy? How do you think you would have reacted to it?
Essay Topic 2
How do the individuals at Manzanar try to improve the camp? What things do they do to make life more normal? Why do you think they do these things? Are the efforts successful or not? Why?
Essay Topic 3
Although they are interned, the individuals in the camps engag in small (and larger) acts of resistance against their imprisonment and the discrimination. What are some of these acts of resistance? What do the acts accomplish? Why do you think the internees use these acts of resistance?
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