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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What are the Cold Lairs in the past?
(a) A human city.
(b) Baloo's home.
(c) A place where the Wolf family lives.
2. How many years pass before we see Mowgli again after the first Pack Council meeting?
(b) Twenty one.
3. Who tells Mowgli that the pack turns against him?
(b) Mother Wolf.
(c) Father Wolf.
4. Why is the jackal considered one of the lowest animals in the jungle?
(a) Because of the jackal's mangled look.
(b) A jackal has a distinct and unpleasant smell.
(c) He always delivers bad news.
(d) Because the jackal is a scavenger, prone to what is known today as rabies.
5. What does Baloo drill the boy daily on?
(a) The chant of the wild.
(b) The jungle promise.
(c) How to hunt.
(d) The words of the call.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Mowgli want to try to trap Shere Khan?
2. What does Mowgli stand for?
3. A woman speaks up and says years ago she is missing what?
4. What kind of animal is Bagheera?
5. Growing up, who is Mowgli taught not to trust?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Mowgli stand up for himself when the pack turns against him?
2. What is the symbolism of Bagheera calling out for help in the battle?
3. What is the symbolism of Mowgli caught in a trap at the end of Chapter Two?
4. Describe the role of Chil the Kite and Mang the Bat in Chapter Two? What does this mean?
5. When the cattle go crazy in Chapter Three, what is Mowgli trying to do and what happens as a result?
6. How does Mowgli's ignorance of religion hurt his chances with the villagers?
7. How is the wolf pack easily influenced?
8. Why do you think Kaa turns against the others at the end of Chapter Two?
9. How does the dare with the villagers in Chapter Three ultimately help Mowgli?
10. Describe Mowgli's appearance when he first meets the wolf family and their impression of him.
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