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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. Stanton largely has _________ social classes.
2. "Storm" introduces Aunt Hager and her grandson Sandy preparing for ________________ that is hitting their neighborhood.
(a) An earthquake.
(b) A truck.
(c) A flood.
(d) A cyclone.
3. The white people near the area were furious at these blacks. Why?
(a) For stealing land.
(b) For acting white.
(c) For taking white jobs.
(d) For buying white property.
4. That day Sandy almost won what?
(a) A piece of candy.
(b) A race.
(c) The spelling bee.
(d) A singing contest.
5. In "One by One", Annjee finally receives what?
(a) Word from Jimboy.
(b) A present from Jimboy.
(c) An e-mail from Jimboy.
(d) Money from Jimboy.
Short Answer Questions
1. How did Aunt Hager learn that Sandy had spent his money in a way he should not have?
2. Sandy had to run off and help his mother, who was ___________ at the Rice's, a rich white family.
3. In "Jimboy's Letter", AnnJee receives a note from Jimboy saying what?
4. Harriet doesn't want to follow what as Hager demands that she do?
5. Who returns home?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is this a sad Christmas?
2. How does Annjee defend her decision to go to Detroit?
3. How does Aunt Hager help others during and after the storm?
4. How is Annjee treated by her employer? Do you believe this is unusual behavior for an employer at this time? Why or why not?
5. How does the reader know that Harriet has lived a difficult life since she left home?
6. Why is Jimboy returning home? Does Aunt Hager believe him? Why or why not?
7. How did Jimboy react to Sandy's lying? How did this affect Sandy? Why was he affected in this way?
8. What did Sandy do with his collection plate money? Why did he do this?
9. What takes place at the same time during "Carnival?" Why is this significant?
10. How does Sandy react to Tempy's gift? Why does he react this way?
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