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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the Council order Qui-Gon to do?
2. How does the Queen's ship get away from the Sith Lord?
3. From what does the Gungan shield protect them?
4. Why did Watto say his bet with Qui-gon wasn't fair?
5. Where do Padmy and her troops go from the hanger?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why has Queen Amidala decided to return to Naboo?
2. What happens when the Queen attends the Senate meeting?
3. What does Qui-Gon tell Obi-Wan when he brings the parts to the ship?
4. What happens when Padmy, the Jedi and her troops enter the hanger?
5. What happened between Anakin and Padmy after the cruiser was in the air?
6. How does the final outcome between Obi-Wan and Darth Maul occur?
7. What does Padmy tell Anakin right before the battle and what does he say?
8. What happens when Padmy meets the Viceroy in the Theed throne room?
9. Where does Anakin end up during the fight for Naboo?
10. How does Anakin feel at Qui-Gon's funeral?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Qui-Gon's sensitivity to living beings and their potential, and his willingness to depart from the well-traveled path in order to deal with them forms the basis of his philosophy of life and of connecting to The Force in a way that few others do.
1. What do you think is meant by this statement? Use examples from the book to support your answer.
2. Do you think all beings have untapped potential? Why or why not?
3. How do you think a person could explore his/her untapped potential and then use that potential?
Essay Topic 2
At the Jedi temple, Qui-Gon and Anakin are shocked to learn that the Council has decided not to admit Anakin for training - the main reason being that he is too old and already has too much anger in him.
1. Why do you think anger would disqualify Anakin from becoming a Jedi? Use examples from the book to support your answer.
2. Choose an occupation in modern America you believe would be bad for someone with a lot of anger. Explain why you chose that particular occupation.
3. Has anger ever interfered with a situation in which you or someone you know, have been? Explain the situation and how being angry interfered with it.
Essay Topic 3
Now when the battle is about to begin and suspense and excitement need to be heightened, the author makes maximum use of separated lines of action, dividing the conflict into four parts. The chief advantage of this division of action is that at a high point in the action, the outcome of a critical conflict can be left unresolved in favor of a switch to a different line of action, thus continually escalating the suspense felt by a reader or an audience.
1. Do you think that separating the action does indeed escalate the tension? Why or why not?
2. Do you think it's confusing to divide the action into separate parts? Why or why not?
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