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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. What is the ratio of the British to American soldiers at the first battle?
2. Who made smocks for Johnny?
3. Where is the location of the Lytes' country home?
4. What does Gage call training for the troops?
5. What was the key word that could be used to make Goblin jump?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why would Pumpkin save Johnny?
2. Why do the colonists dump the tea into Boston Harbor?
3. How did Johnny's relationship with Rab affect Johnny's part in the revolution?
4. Why did Pumpkin want to desert the British military?
5. How is Johnny able to help the spies gain information from the British?
6. Why is Johnny upset when Rab says he is leaving Boston?
7. What options did the colonists have in developing a spy system?
8. Why would the British want to commandeer horses belonging to somebody else?
9. Why is the Lyte Bible important to Johnny?
10. Why would it be helpful to know where the British troops were going?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The Sons of Liberty arranged the Boston Tea Party as a protest to taxation without representation.
1) Explain the pros and cons of taking such drastic measures against the British.
2) What other ways could the tea tax have been settled?
3) Did the Sons of Liberty realize the extent of potential repercussions?
Essay Topic 2
The Boston Tea Party was a major event in the destruction of the relationship between the English and Americans. What would have happened if the ships were never attacked? Would King George have ever agreed to equal representation or fair taxes? Explain.
Essay Topic 3
Johnny's youth impacted many of his actions. If Johnny had been older do you think he would have agreed to be a double agent? Would he have been so eager to help the Observers? Would he have fled Boston like some other citizens?
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