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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. In "Chapter 2," why doesn't David's mother see a doctor when she needs one?
(a) Because she is afraid.
(b) Because Aunt Mae helps her instead.
(c) Because she doesn't have money.
(d) Because she falls asleep.
2. What does Aunt Mae pack David's lunches in?
(a) Her old purse.
(b) Brown bags.
(c) Plastic bags.
3. How does David feel about his teacher, Mrs. Moore?
(a) He doesn't know her well.
(b) He is pleased with her.
(c) He dislikes her.
(d) He is afraid of her.
4. What does the band that plays at the factory party do when the war is over?
(a) Finds new members.
(b) Plays for a party at David's house.
(c) Plays wedding receptions.
(d) Breaks up.
5. Why does Mrs. Watkins make David stand up in "Chapter 3"?
(a) Because his hair is messy.
(b) Because he is the last student to sit down.
(c) Because his pants are wet.
(d) Because his homework is late.
Short Answer Questions
1. What makes Aunt Mae stand out during the factory party?
2. How does David say he learned that George was arrested?
3. How does David say Aunt Mae met George?
4. In "Chapter 3," why does Mrs. Watkins slap David?
5. What was George charged with that sent him to prison?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Aunt Mae feel after attending the factory party?
2. Why do David's mother and father argue in "Chapter 2"?
3. What does David say happened to George and Mae's relationship?
4. What does David's father try to do with the land at the new house in "Chapter 2"?
5. How does the revival in "Chapter 4" affect David's town?
6. How does David react to learning that his father died in the war?
7. What is the breakfast like that Aunt Mae prepares in "Chapter 3"?
8. How does Mrs. Watkins feel about David?
9. Why does David say Aunt Mae had a hard time fitting in in his small town?
10. How does the propeller factory affect David's town?
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