Thirteen Reasons Why Test | Lesson Plans Mid-Book Test - Hard

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Mid-Book Test - Hard

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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. What does Clay see at the crosswalk as he is listening about Hannah and Marcus?

2. How can the listener find out the name of the other girl who was spied on?

3. Who does Clay remember causing a scene at the Crestmount while on a date?

4. What is the second stop on Hannah's map?

5. Whose stories are told in the book?

Short Essay Questions

1. How are Hannah and Justin partially responsible for what happened to Jessica?

2. How does listening to Hannah's tapes make Clay feel about their relationship?

3. How does Clay feel about lying to his mother?

4. Why did Hannah like poetry?

5. How does Clay's chat with the server at Monet's cause him to wonder about himself?

6. Why did Hannah create the tapes and have them sent to different people?

7. What happened to Hannah at the Blue Spot Liquor store, the second stop on the map?

8. Why does Hannah wish for people to follow a map?

9. Why would the author begin the story with a Prologue?

10. What happened as Jenny and Hannah were driving home from the party?

Essay Topics

Essay Topic 1

In what ways did Alex Standall's "Hot or Not" list contribute to the drama in Hannah's life?

1) How did it affect the way Hannah felt about herself?

2) How did it affect the way people at school viewed her?

3) How did the list affect Clay's thoughts about Angela?

4) How did the list change Hannah's relationship with Jessica?

Use examples from the story to support your answers.

Essay Topic 2

"Thirteen Reasons Why" is written in two different tenses. The Prologue and Part 9 are written in the present; Parts 1 through 8 are written as a flashback. Why do you think the author chose to write the story this way? Do you think it added to the story? Why or why not? How does the telling of the story contribute to the suspense? The action? Use examples from the story to answer the question.

Essay Topic 3

It is certain that many people negatively affected Hannah's life. She was betrayed and treated poorly by a number of people she trusted and others that she didn't trust. However, Hannah seems to have made some choices throughout the book that put her in harm's way.

Give 5 examples of how Hannah put herself in situations where she could be treated poorly.

1) Explain what Hannah could have done differently.

2) Why do you think Hannah did these things?

(see the answer keys)

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