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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 2, Scene 2.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Deacon Simms say he will use as his legal reference during the trial?
(a) He says he will use his own legal knowledge and experience.
(b) He says he will use the evidence and let that speak for itself.
(c) He says he will use the Bible, from beginning to end.
(d) He says he will use the law books that he borrowed from the library.
2. What does Daisy think of Jim Weston and Dave Carter's music?
(a) She is not really interested in music.
(b) She does not like the kind of music they play.
(c) She refuses to comment.
(d) She likes it.
3. How does Dave Carter react to Jim Weston's anger?
(a) He accuses Jim Weston of being an inferior musician.
(b) He ignores him and escorts Daisy into the store so he can buy her a treat.
(c) He punches Jim Weston in the stomach.
(d) He apologizes to his friend.
4. How does Joe Clarke respond to Deacon Simms' suggestion about the jail?
(a) He isn't sure, but agrees to bring it up at the next town meeting.
(b) He agrees and wants to hear more.
(c) He laughs because he thinks it must be a joke.
(d) He is offended and argues.
5. What information does Sister Taylor share with Lum Boger in Act 1, Scene 2?
(a) She tells him when and where the trial will be held.
(b) She tells him where the gavel is located.
(c) She tells him that Deacon Simms is looking for him.
(d) She tells him that Daisy deserves to be arrested, not Jim Weston.
Short Answer Questions
1. What game are the children playing in front of the store?
2. What does Reverend Childers present as evidence against Jim Weston in the trial?
3. Why does Jim Weston jump up to fight Dave Carter in Act 1, Scene 1?
4. What evidence does Sister Taylor provide to prove that her husband is good to her?
5. What explanation does Sister Thomas offer to explain Joe Clarke's decisions regarding the trial?
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