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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 14: A Girl Named Maranda.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How did the author comfort himself about his capping on other students?
(a) He said it was not his fault there were ugly people at school.
(b) He said that everyone did it, and it was the only way to survive.
(c) He said he would only do it until he got some better clothes.
(d) He said he thought his father would approve.
2. What does the author say worship services and Bible lessons frequently focused on?
(b) Bad parents.
(c) Missionary doctors.
3. What did "The Top One Hundred" program help the author learn?
(a) Classical music.
(b) Science facts.
(d) Leadership skills.
4. Who does the author say was the "earliest, strongest, and most impacting force" in his life?
(a) His father.
(b) His third grade teacher.
(c) His mother.
(d) His brother.
5. What other role did the author's father serve in, that he recalls observing only once?
(a) His father was a Baptist minister.
(b) His father was a member of the school board.
(c) His father played trumpet in a jazz band.
(d) His father volunteered as a crossing guard.
Short Answer Questions
1. In "ROTC Triumph," why does the author say he looked forward to Sunday nights?
2. Which of Candy's three college majors does the author say she eventually dropped?
3. In "Eight Years Old," what made the author feel worse than being at the bottom of his class at Higgins Elementary School?
4. Who, in "ROTC Triumph," influenced the author to join ROTC?
5. What did the psychology professor give the author for being the most honest student in the class?
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