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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. How many of the children cry the night after Lisa sends them all to "earn" their new toys?
2. Who does Jill share a room with in the new city?
3. What do the other kids call the room where Lisa spends most of her time?
4. What are the two items on the table when Lisa is alone in the chamber?
5. What does Lisa see when the motorcade turns down Swift Road?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Lisa notice about Jill's children in the days after Lisa's house burns?
2. How does Lisa come up with the idea to move to the school?
3. What are Lisa's thoughts when she finds herself alone in the chamber room with Tom?
4. What does Lisa realize about the Great King's advice?
5. What are the reasons Lisa gives for defending her statement that she owns the city?
6. Why is Tom Logan angry as he sits in Lisa's room the night after he takes over the city?
7. Describe the conversation between Lisa and Todd when Todd enters the chamber.
8. What does Lisa do in the first days after her house burns and what does she feel during this time?
9. What does Lisa learn from the leader in Wheaton?
10. What is the advice the young prince gives to his father, the king, and what is the ending of Lisa's story?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Why does Lisa believe that the city is better than the farm? Why does Craig believe the farm is better than the city? Which is correct?
Essay Topic 2
How does Lisa learn to drive? Why does she learn to drive? List at least two things she accomplishes because she learned to drive.
Essay Topic 3
What is the moral of the story Lisa tells about the happiness king? What does she come to realize about this story? Do you believe the advice given by the prince in that story was accurate? How does Lisa put this advice into practice when she makes assignments to Jill's kids?
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