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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 does Peter Pan say about catching a mermaid?
(a) That he will not actually catch one
(b) That it cannot be done
(c) That it is very difficult
(d) That only Tinkerbell can catch one
2. When Peter Pan and Wendy are stranded by the rising tide, how does Peter Pan escape?
(a) He holds to a kite's tail.
(b) He swims.
(c) He sails to shore in a bird's nest.
(d) He flies.
3. Why does Captain Hook decide that he must throw Wendy overboard?
(a) To make the Lost Boys cry
(b) Girls on a ship are bad luck
(c) To feed the crocodile so it will go away
(d) So that Peter Pan will leave
4. Smee and a second pirate have someone with them as they approach the shore where Peter Pan, Wendy and the boys had seen the mermaid. Who do they have?
(a) Peter Pan
(b) Tiger Lily
(c) Captain Hook
(d) Mrs. Darling
5. What sound does Captain Hook hear that brings the executions to an abrupt halt?
(a) The war whoop of the Indians
(b) Peter Pan's cry
(c) Wendy's crying
(d) The ticking of the clock heralding the crocodile's approach
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Smee using for transportation when he approaches the shore where Peter Pan, Wendy and the boys had been standing?
2. What happens to Tinkerbell's light after she saves Peter Pan from the poison?
3. What is Wendy's reaction to Smee's comment about mothers?
4. How does Captain Hook attempt to poison Peter Pan?
5. What rock are Wendy and Peter Pan sitting on right after seeing the mermaid?
Short Essay Questions
1. What noise does Peter Pan make upon killing the first pirate who enters Captain Hook's quarters? What does Captain Hook then call him?
2. 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?
3. What action does Peter Pan take upon learning that Wendy and the boys have been kidnapped?
4. What does Peter Pan say would be an incredible adventure? What is important about that statement?
5. 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.
6. What does Hook plan to do with the children? What does he say about other children at this time of night?
7. 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?
8. Describe the lengths to which Wendy takes her role as mother to the lost boys.
9. What does Tinkerbell do in order to save Peter Pan? What does this say about her devotion to Peter Pan?
10. What is the final conversation shared by Wendy and Peter Pan before Wendy is captured by the pirates? What is Wendy searching for?
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