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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. Where is Shelia expected to go from Torey's class?
(b) Juvenile ward.
(c) State hospital.
(d) Another classroom in the district.
2. Which of the following is one of the stories which Sheila becomes enthralled with?
(a) The Little Prince.
(b) Puss in Boots.
(c) The Emperor's New Clothes.
(d) The Little Mermaid.
3. Why does Sheila say she doesn't cry?
(a) Because it is a sign of weakness.
(b) Because she is afraid she won't stop.
(c) Because then people will know she hurts.
(d) Because she doesn't know how.
4. What does Torey feel about Anton's hope that he will fulfill his dream of going back to school and getting a teaching degree?
(a) She is surprised that is his dream.
(b) She admires him for wanting to take that step.
(c) She knows he will achieve that dream.
(d) She is not hopeful.
5. How does Sheila say that she learned such big words for a six year old?
(a) She says she doesn't know how she learned them.
(b) She says she always knew those words.
(c) She says that her other teacher let her read magazines.
(d) She says that her father taught her.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which student does Sheila hurt at the beginning of chapter five?
2. How does Torey make attempts to contact Sheila's father before she and Anton go to visit the migrant camp?
3. Who will Sheila be riding the bus with?
4. What does Sheila do when Torey finishes the math work with her and tells her to put the blocks away?
5. What is unique about Sheila's home situation in regards to water?
Short Essay Questions
1. What realization do both Torey and Sheila come to about how they have changed?
2. In what way does Ed Somers temporarily assuage the situation between Mr. Collins and Torey?
3. What does Torey read in the article from the newspaper and what does this lead her to predict?
4. What does Sheila continue to refuse to do and what does she do as part of her refusal?
5. What is the motivation of the creation of this novel for Torey?
6. Why does Sheila decide she will start completing paperwork?
7. What does Sheila ask Torey about the story the Little Prince and how does Torey respond?
8. What information does Torey learn when she contacts Sheila's previous teacher and how does the conversation leave her feeling?
9. What happens when Torey tries to show Shelia around the classroom?
10. Who does Shelia live with and what events transpired to lead to her current living arrangement?
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