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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 did Steve do when Rhonda tried to kiss him at the movies?
2. Who is Frieda?
3. Why was Mr.DeMouy's office in such a disarray?
4. How many years has the astronaut been golfing?
5. Who had invited Dub and Steve to a party after the homecoming dance?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the scene in Houston, Sophomore Year where Steve comes to the kitchen while his father is there.
2. Cap's is the place that Steve goes to after school. What is it and why is it good for Steve?
3. What was Mr. Waters' first official duty to perform after signing their charter?
4. Describe two members of the GOD club.
5. Describe the scene where Steve first sees Mr. Demouy as a man rather than just a teacher.
6. Steve had an elaborate plan for homecoming night, so his father wouldn't find out about the dance and his date. What was it?
7. Describe the GOD meeting in Houston, Sophomore Year (pp. 112-113).
8. What caused Steve York to end up in the senior counselor's office?
9. What did his father want him to read in Houston, Sophomore Year?
10. Describe what college Steve wants to get accepted to the most and why?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Describe Mr. DeMouy's character. Why does Mr. DeMouy take such an interest in Steve? How does Steve feel about him in return?
Essay Topic 2
It is Steve's drug use that begins the story and sends him on his journey of writing out the events that happened.
Part 1) What other major role do drugs have in the story?
Part 2) What role do the drugs seem to play? Explain.
Essay Topic 3
Steve loses interest in school for a period of time.
Part 1) Is there any one thing that can be identified as what causes Steve to regain his interest in school? Explain.
Part 2) Is it easy to identify with Steve's lack of interest in school or suddenly realizing it is something he needs? Explain your answer.
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