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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 times a day did Sini want Annie to walk up and down the room?
2. What night did the girls have to sleep in the closet hiding place?
3. In Chapter 10, what did the Germans take?
4. What was the date at the beginning of Chapter 12?
5. In what season was Annie’s birthday?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did Sini decide that Annie had to walk up and down the room at least 100 times a day?
2. Why did Dientje take the girls to the Hannicks’ underground shelter?
3. What did Sini demand after staying in the underground shelter?
4. How did Annie feel when she could finally go outside?
5. What did Mr. Hannink want Johan to do in Chapter 10?
6. Why did Dini Hannink think that the Germans would do a house-to-house search in Chapter 7?
7. Why wasn’t Groothuis surprised to learn that the Oostervelds had sheltered Jews?
8. What did Dientje want to do for Annie before Annie went back home?
9. What news did Miss Kleinhoonte bring the girls when she visited in Chapter 8?
10. What did the German do when their informant was killed?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Both Uncle Phil and Rachel refused to go into hiding because of dietary laws. What dietary laws kept them from going into hiding? Was Uncle Phil resisting going into hiding for himself or someone else? Did he seem to think that eating kosher was more important than life? Was Rachel resisting going into hiding for herself or someone else? Why did she seem to think it important that her mother have kosher food?
Essay Topic 2
In Chapter 4, the holidays were not a happy time for Annie and Sini. Why were the holidays difficult for the girls? What were they missing? Why did captivity seem particularly difficult during the holidays?
Essay Topic 3
The Oostervelds social status was different that the girls or the Hanninks. As far as physical comforts, how did the Oostervelds’ home differ from what the girls were used to? Did the girls seem aware of the differences? What did the Oostervelds have to offer the girls? Why did that seem to erase any social differences?
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