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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 does Julian react when the commissioner tells him he can't find a reference for "tip"?
2. Which of the following leaders is NOT mentioned in the question about the major accomplishments of Native American leaders?
3. What does Mr. Singh say is now missing?
4. What answer do The Souls shout out before Mrs. Olinski is finished asking the question about Martin Luther?
5. What is the second acronym that Maxwell suggests in chapter 9?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Mrs. Olinski ask The Souls in chapter 12? What does she mean by this question, and what is The Souls' answer?
2. Describe the mood at Sillington House when Mrs. Olinski comes to visit in chapter 12 and why the mood is the way it is.
3. What answer does Mr. Singh give Mrs. Olinski for how she chose her team?
4. Why is Dr. Rohmer so worried about the district championship?
5. Describe the thoughts Mrs. Olinski has while watching Noah, Nadia, Ethan and Julian drink tea together at Sillington House.
6. When she arrives at Sillington House to visit Margy, Mrs. Olinski is overcome with emotion. Which emotions is she feeling and why?
7. What difficulty does the commissioner of education have with the match-point question, and what does he do to help prevent any problems?
8. How do The Souls raise the money to pay for the buses to Albany?
9. Describe how Mrs. Olinski feels about Julian in the first part of chapter 5.
10. Describe how Mrs. Olinski uses real life to prepare practice questions for The Souls and give an example.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Choose one of the main characters from "The View from Saturday" and explain how that character has been on a journey, and what that character found on their journey.
Essay Topic 2
Describe how E.L. Konigsburg uses foreshadowing and flashbacks and the effect this technique has on the reader's emotion and what the reader knows. Be sure to use specific details from the story!
Essay Topic 3
In chapter 10, Mr. Singh tells Mrs. Olinski that "It often takes more courage to be a passenger than a driver." Explain what he means by this quote and give a descriptive example using one of the characters from the book.
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