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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. Why does President Cutler take Coach Roth's side regarding academic issues of athletes?
2. What event do Hoyt, Julian, and Vance discuss in the library of Saint Ray House?
3. Why is Charlotte embarrassed when Adam drops her off to class?
4. As Charlotte tries to leave the library because she cannot stop crying, who does she run into?
5. What do the others do when they think Charlotte is passed out?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Charlotte confused about her feelings toward Adam?
2. When Adam begins begging Mr. Quat not to take action on the plagiarism issue, what is his response?
3. Why doesn't Charlotte's mother believe her when she says the reason for her poor grades is a boyfriend?
4. How do the frat boys from Saint Rays interrupt the Stand Up Straight for Gay Day demonstration?
5. Once back at school, in Chapter 28, how does Charlotte deal with her situation?
6. When Charlotte's family picks her up for Christmas break, why do their questions make her nervous?
7. What do Jojo and Charlotte discuss over lunch in Chapter 21?
8. While Charlotte is staying at Adams house, what does he do for her to keep he spirits up and continue going to class?
9. Why is Charlotte sitting behind the Dupont bench at midcourt at the basketball tournament?
10. During the car ride to Washington D.C., what is the one thing that makes Charlotte feel a little more comfortable?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The title of Chapter 18 is Lifeguard. Explain this title. Who is the lifeguard? Is there more than one lifeguard for the various characters? Provide evidence from the book to support your answer.
Essay Topic 2
Provide a comparison of Dupont with Charlotte's home town. Is Dupont what Charlotte expected it to be? Why or why not? Provide examples from the book to support your answer.
Essay Topic 3
Explain Charlotte's concern for what others think of her. What does this obsession lead her to do? What problems does this obsession cause between the characters Charlotte interacts with as well as her own identity?
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