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One Child Test | Mid-Book Test - Hard

Torey Hayden
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Mid-Book Test - Hard

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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. With which of the following statements would Torey disagree?



2. What is unique about Sheila's home situation in regards to water?



3. What does Torey do to keep all of the students in the room?



4. Which of the is not used in the prologue to describe something that is worth all of the effort Torey puts unto her students?



5. What does Sheila come to realize about the relationship between Sheila and her father?



Short Essay Questions

1. What happened to Sheila that caused her to bleed?



2. How does Torey go about determining Sheila's IQ?



3. What does Sheila want to know when Torey returns to school after being at the conference?



4. What does Sheila's father do at the end of this chapter which gives Torey hope that he is trying to do the right thing?



5. Why does Torey stop asking Sheila questions about the scars she sees on her body as she bathes her?



6. How does Sheila seem when she returns to school and what does this make Torey worry about?



7. What realization do both Torey and Sheila come to about how they have changed?



8. What does Torey do when Sheila throws the blocks across the room at Tyler and how does Sheila respond?



9. What does Sheila continue to dwell on even though Torey asks her not to?



10. What does Chad give to Sheila and how does she react?



Essay Topics

Describe how the reader's hope for Sheila changes throughout the book. At what point is it at the highest level? At what point is it at the lowest level.

Make an evaluation of the possibility that Sheila will be able to be a successful adult? Why do you feel this way?

Why do you think Sheila is overly worried about being wrong? What facets of her life play into this fear? Do you think her fear is justified? Why or why not?

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