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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Ole Jurgensen told Art that Kabuo had left his home
2. Sheriff Moran warns Ed Soames not to tell people
3. Regarding his meeting with Kabuo, Susan Marie testifies that her husband
4. As they leave court, Nels Gudmundsson mentions to Ishmael
5. When Kabuo asks to buy back his land, Carl Heine tells him
Essay Topic 1
Among so many other topics, Guterson touches on what it is like to have a physical deficit, such as Ishmael's missing arm. Write a persuasive argument about whether we, as a culture, provide sufficient conveniences for those with disabilities. Look up the ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act), and determine whether the laws that govern public places have taken into account people like Ishmael Chambers, who is forced to do everything with one arm and hand.
Essay Topic 2
What brought the Japanese to the Northwestern corner of the U.S.? How did they get there, and why? Is there still a considerable Japanese population in the island off of Washington state? What is the Japanese population in Washington, in general? Where is the highest concentration? Compare the two cultures and give your opinions on why people such as the Japanese would want to live in the U.S.
Essay Topic 3
In this story, Tom Peck raises blue foxes on his island farm. Is blue fox still raised today? If so, for what is it used and how? Is it endangered? Research and write about the current state of the blue fox - where they live, what they eat, their predators and if they are under the control of humans. Include a photo or other image with your report.
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