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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 is the name of the white girl that Gordy describes disappearing in Mexico last summer in Chapter 16: "Rowdy Gives Me Advice About Love"?
(c) Anne Marie.
2. How does Junior contact Rowdy after the end of basketball season in Chapter 26: "Rowdy and I Have a Serious Discussion about Basketball"?
(a) He calls him.
(b) He texts him.
(c) He visits him.
(d) He emails him.
3. What musical instrument does Arnold Spirit, Sr. take with him when his family goes to spend the day at the cemetery in Chapter 29: "Remembering"?
(a) His saxophone.
(b) His guitar.
(c) His drums.
(d) His flute.
4. What lake are Junior and Rowdy jumping into in the drawing in Chapter 29: "Remembering"?
(a) Kangaroo Lake.
(b) Turtle Lake.
(c) Beaver Lake.
(d) Grass Lake.
5. In Junior's drawing of the boys in Chapter 29: "Remembering," he writes a note that boys can hold hands until they are what age?
Short Answer Questions
1. How old was Junior's mother when she met Junior's father?
2. What does Junior describe his father's cowboy boot as smelling like in Chapter 21: "And a Partridge in a Pear Tree"?
3. In Chapter 18: "Don't Trust Your Computer," Junior describes Rowdy as being the opposite of what?
4. What symbols surround Junior's illustration of his report card in Chapter 28: "My Final Freshman Year Report Card"?
5. Junior says in Chapter 23: "Wake" that "When it comes to death, [Indians] know that" what "are pretty much the same thing"?
Short Essay Questions
1. What philosophical discussion do Junior and Gordy have regarding race and identity in Chapter 18: "Don't Trust Your Computer"?
2. What communication takes place between Junior and Rowdy in Chapter 16: "Rowdy Gives Me Advice About Love"?
3. How does Junior feel after the winning game in Chapter 25: "In Like a Lion"?
4. What is an example of irony employed by the author in Chapter 19: "My Sister Sends Me a Letter"?
5. How does Junior describe the contradictions of his identity in Chapter 17: "Dance, Dance, Dance"?
6. Why has the billionaire named Ted come to Grandmother Spirit's wake in Chapter 23: "Wake"?
7. How does Gordy respond when Junior asks for advice about love in Chapter 16: "Rowdy Gives Me Advice About Love"?
8. What causes the students to stand up and walk out of Junior's class in Chapter 24: "Valentine Heart"?
9. Where is Junior in the memory that he describes with Rowdy in Chapter 30: "Talking About Turtles"? What do they discuss?
10. What does Junior say about the virtue of tolerance in Chapter 22: "Red Versus White"?
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