The Crossover Multiple Choice Test Questions

Kwame Alexander
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"Warm Up" - "First Quarter"

1. In the poem "Dribbling," the narrator states, "At the top of the key, I'm / MOVING AND GROOVING, / POPping and" what?
(a) "SOCKing."
(b) "BOPPING."
(c) "SLACKING."
(d) "ROCKING."

2. What word from "Dribbling" is spaced out across the page of the poem?
(a) "Dancing."
(b) "Alone."
(c) "Slipping."
(d) "Rocking."

3. What does the narrator of the poem "Josh Bell" refer to as his "claim to fame"?
(a) "JB."
(b) "007-Ove."
(c) "Filthy McNasty."
(d) "Da Man."

4. How does the narrator of "Josh Bell" describe his hair in the poem?
(a) Long.
(b) Purple.
(c) Green.
(d) Short.

5. The narrator of "Josh Bell" says that he is the next "Kevin Durant, LeBron" and who?
(a) "Magic Johnson."
(b) "Michael Jordan."
(c) "Kobe Bryant."
(d) "Chris Paul."

6. What does the narrator's mother compare his father with in the poem "Josh Bell"?
(a) "An ol' Chevette."
(b) "A pickup truck."
(c) "A red Corvette."
(d) "A magnolia tree."

7. What does the narrator's mother compare the narrator with in the poem "Josh Bell"?
(a) "A red Corvette."
(b) "An ol' Chevette."
(c) "A pickup truck."
(d) "A dirt road."

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