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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. What sign does Peter say the Indians will use to note they have won the battle with the pirates?
(a) The beating of a drum
(b) Triumphant yelling
(c) There will be no signal
(d) Smoke signals

2. Who stands guard over the Lost Boys after Wendy's arrival on the tail of a kite?
(a) Tinkerbell
(b) Tiger Lily and her braves
(c) John and Michael
(d) The pirates

3. What role does Wendy assign Peter Pan in this family situation she has created?
(a) Her younger brother
(b) Her protector
(c) The oldest son
(d) Father

4. What does Peter Pan do to prepare for the upcoming battle with the pirates?
(a) Sharpens his dagger
(b) Asks Tinkerbell to describe the ship
(c) Gathers bows and arrows
(d) Calls for the Indians to help him

5. What is the name of Captain Hook's pirate ship?
(a) The Jolly Roger
(b) The Jumping Jiminy
(c) The Marooner
(d) The Captain Hook

Short Answer Questions

1. How does Captain Hook lure Wendy and the boys from their hiding place?

2. When Peter Pan and Wendy are stranded by the rising tide, how does Peter Pan escape?

3. Who wakes Peter Pan to go to the rescue of Wendy and the boys?

4. What final action does Captain Hook take upon knowing that he has been beaten?

5. What do the little boys say they want to do after Peter Pan returns to their home?

Short Essay Questions

1. How do Peter Pan and Wendy escape the rising tide? What significance can be placed on their manner of escape? Why do they not simply fly?

2. Why did Captain Hook put poison in the glass of water in Peter Pan's house? What does this say about Captain Hook's character?

3. What action does Peter Pan take upon learning that Wendy and the boys have been kidnapped?

4. Compare the role Wendy accepts to the role Peter Pan seems to want for himself. What is it about the situation that leaves both feeling that the other is not living up to expectations? What are their reactions?

5. What is John's reaction to Peter's arrival with the imaginary tigers he captured? What conflict could be brewing between John and Peter and why?

6. What happens to memories of parents once a child reaches Neverland? What sparks memories in Wendy, John and Michael?

7. Following the pirate attack, the Lost Boys talk of how frightened they are without Peter. What does this say about the relationship between Peter and the boys? Is this a fulfilling relationship on all sides?

8. Compare Peter Pan's commitment to the life he has chosen in Neverland to that of the boys. Compare Peter Pan's commitment to this life to that of his role as "father" of the boys.

9. Describe the lengths to which Wendy takes her role as mother to the lost boys.

10. What noise does Peter Pan make to confuse Captain Hook just before he rescues the children? What is Captain Hook's reaction to the sound? What are the boys' reaction?

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