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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What surprises Torey about Sheila's hospital stay?
(a) They will not allow her to have any visitors.
(b) They put her in a crib.
(c) The doctor's were unable to help her.
(d) They left her alone and unsupervised.
2. What surprises Torey about Whitney?
(a) She enjoys taking the kids on field trips.
(b) She likes to play practical jokes.
(c) She is afraid of Anton.
(d) She does not like to help with cooking class.
3. What is the purpose of the writing in the epilogue?
(a) To show the reader the progress Sheila made.
(b) To end the book on a positive and upbeat note.
(c) To say thank you to Torey.
(d) To provide the reader more insight into Sheila.
4. At what grade levels is Sheila working on academically?
(a) Second grade math and third grade reading.
(b) Second grade reading and math.
(c) Fourth grade reading and third grade math.
(d) Third grade reading and fourth grade math.
5. Why does Ed have reservations about Torey's plan for Sheila?
(a) He is not in favor of grade skipping.
(b) He wants her removed from the school.
(c) He thinks without Torey she will be hopeless.
(d) He doesn't want her in the migrant school.
6. What has Torey given up in regards to Sheila?
(a) Having her understand about moving to a new class.
(b) Understanding her life style.
(c) Getting her to do paperwork.
(d) Having her leave the class unsupervised.
7. What does Torey ask Chad to do in regards to Sheila?
(a) To take on her case to keep her out of the state hospital.
(b) To come into the classroom and meet Sheila.
(c) To talk to her father about the constant beatings.
(d) To talk to Ed on Sheila's behalf.
8. Which of the following is the best description of what an epilogue is?
(a) Short part at the end of the book detailing the fate of the characters.
(b) A log of the events that happened in the story.
(c) Short part at the beginning of the book detailing the characters.
(d) Author summary and biography.
9. What does the epilogue consist of?
10. What is Torey worrying about with only three weeks of school left?
(a) How to say goodbye to her students.
(b) What she will do next year.
(c) Things that should have been done.
(d) How she will break the news to Chad that she is leaving.
11. What do the other students tell Torey about when she comes in?
(a) How Sheila was absent too.
(b) How Mr. Collins was very upset with Torey.
(c) Sheila's poor behavior.
(d) How Anton had quit togo back to school.
12. What is the title of the writing in the epilogue?
(b) Taming of Sheila.
13. Why does Torey wish she had a teacher's desk in her room after talking to Ed?
(a) So that she could have a place to put her head down.
(b) So she could lose herself in her work and forget her troubles.
(c) So the room would seem like other classrooms.
(d) So she could hide behind it.
14. What does Chad suggest they do to celebrate the win of Sheila's court case?
(a) Give the family money for food and clothes.
(b) Go out for pizza.
(c) Go for ice cream.
(d) Buy Sheila a dress.
15. What does Sheila say when she got all of the answers wrong?
(a) She says that if she could learn how to do it her mother would come back.
(b) She says that if she could learn how to do it, her father would love her.
(c) She says that if she gets them wrong she'll have to go to another class.
(d) She says that if she had gotten them right her mother wouldn't have left her.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Torey notice when Sheila's father arrives at the hospital?
2. What does Sheila ask Torey to do?
3. What does Torey reassure the class of during discussion time?
4. What is the writing in the epilogue an indicator of?
5. How does Chad react to the news about Sheila's abuse?
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