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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. Where does the yellow brick road lead Dorothy and the Scarecrow?
(a) To a dirt road
(b) To a dark forest
(c) To the witch's palace
(d) To a bright path
2. Who is flustered when the travelers arrive at the City of Emeralds and demand to see the Wizard?
(b) The gatekeeper
(c) The Wizard
3. What is Dorothy's uncle's name?
(a) Uncle Peter
(b) Uncle Henry
(c) Uncle Louis
(d) Uncle Bob
4. Why do the Scarecrow and Dorothy decide to go into the forest?
(a) Because it is the only way to Oz
(b) Because they are excited to see the trees
(c) Because Toto seems okay with it
(d) Because Glinda told them to
5. Where must Dorothy go to learn how to get back home?
(a) The dark forest
(b) To the Tin Woodman
(c) To the Wicked Witch's home
(d) To the City of Emeralds
Short Answer Questions
1. Where do the travelers walk after they cross the river?
2. What would the Scarecrow like most in the world?
3. Where does Dorothy spend her first night in Oz?
4. Who helps the evil old woman with the answer to #54?
5. Who devises the plan to cross an obstacle?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are some of the things that Dorothy packs in preparation for her trip to see the Wizard?
2. What causes the family to retreat to the storm cellar?
3. Why doesn't Dorothy get back to Kansas in this chapter?
4. What happens to the house when the cyclone hits?
5. The travelers find themselves lost in the land of the Winkies. Why?
6. When the travelers get to a large ditch, what plan does the Scarecrow devise?
7. After Dorothy kills the Wicked Witch of the West, who is happy to be free of the witch's spell?
8. Who is the first person that Dorothy encounters as she travels to see the Wizard?
9. When Dorothy tells the Scarecrow about Kansas, how does he react?
10. Because of the decision in #27, what happens to the Tin Woodman?
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