Zlata's Diary: A Child's Life in Sarajevo Test | Lesson Plans Final Test - Hard

Zlata Filipović
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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who was taking Nedo's leaving the worst?

2. What did Zika bring Filipovic on September 5, 1993?

3. What city did Filipovic visit in December of 1993?

4. Who opened the bottle of champagne to celebrate the New Year?

5. What Haris and Enes make a grave out of?

Essay Topics

Essay Topic 1

Throughout Zlata's Diary: A Child's Life in Wartime Sarajevo, Filipovic wrote about the constant loss of electric and gas. She also discussed how the people coped.

Part 1) How did Filipovic suggest people coped with no gas or electricity over extended periods of time?

Part 2) Explain how the process of staying warm and getting ready for winter despite the lack of gas or electricity. What problems did people face because of the process to prepare?

Part 3) Describe how Filipovic continued to read, write, and learn despite interruptions in gas and electric service.

Essay Topic 2

Filipovic took school seriously and often complained when school was not in session. When school was canceled due to the war, Filipovic searched for ways to continue her education despite the war that continued.

Part 1) How did Filipovic learn when school was not in session?

Part 2) What was Filipovic's favorite subject in school?

Part 3) Who often visited Filipovic's house to teach when school was closed due to the dangers in the streets of Sarajevo?

Essay Topic 3

In an entry dated November 19, 1992, Filipovic discussed the "kids" and the politics that was tearing the country of Bosnia apart.

Part 1) Who were the "kids"? Why did Filipovic use "kids" to describe them?

Part 2) Explain Filipovic's view on politics. How did she explain the political situation concerning her friends?

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