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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. Why does Junior say that the people in Reardan assume the Indians from the reservation have plenty of money, in Chapter 17: "Dance, Dance, Dance"?
(a) Because they dress well.
(b) Because they have large homes.
(c) Because they have nice cars.
(d) Because they have a casino.
2. What does Gordy say happens to weird people, from primitive cultures to today, in Chapter 18: "Don't Trust Your Computer"?
(a) They are regaled.
(b) They are executed.
(c) They are worshiped.
(d) They are banished.
3. What does Junior say he does before every basketball game in Chapter 25: "In Like a Lion"?
(a) He calls his mother.
(b) He prays.
(c) He throws up.
(d) He drinks a beer.
4. Junior says in Chapter 29: "Remembering," "I realized that I might be a lonely Indian boy, but I was not alone in my loneliness. There were millions of other Americans who had left their birthplaces in search of" what?
(a) A dream.
(b) An identity.
(c) A culture.
5. What is the record of the Wellpinit Redskins when they face Reardan again in Chapter 25: "In Like a Lion"?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Junior recall his grandmother telling him was "the whole point of life" in Chapter 22: "Red Versus White"?
2. What sentence does the drunk driver receive for the death of Junior's grandmother in Chapter 22: "Red Versus White"?
3. Gordy says in Chapter 18: "Don't Trust Your Computer," "Well, life is a constant struggle between" what?
4. Who is the school guidance counselor that calls Junior out of class in Chapter 27: "Because Russian Guys Are Not Always Geniuses"?
5. What grade has Junior earned in Geometry in Chapter 28: "My Final Freshman Year Report Card"?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Junior describe his grandmother's wake in Chapter 23: "Wake"? Who attends the wake?
2. What do Rowdy and Junior do together in the end of Chapter 30: "Talking About Turtles"?
3. Why is Junior particularly touched by his father's Christmas gift in Chapter 21: "And a Partridge in a Pear Tree"?
4. How would you describe Junior's outlook for the future in Chapter 29: "Remembering"?
5. How does Junior analyze the exchange that he and Rowdy have shared in Chapter 26: "Rowdy and I Have a Serious Discussion about Basketball"?
6. What causes the students to stand up and walk out of Junior's class in Chapter 24: "Valentine Heart"?
7. How does Junior describe his relationship with mortality in comparison with the students at Reardan in Chapter 27: "Because Russian Guys Are Not Always Geniuses"?
8. What does Junior say about the virtue of tolerance in Chapter 22: "Red Versus White"?
9. How does Penelope discover the truth of Junior's poverty? How does she respond?
10. What are Junior's chances of making the Reardan basketball team in Chapter 20: "Reindeer Games"? How does Junior do?
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