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One Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

Torey Hayden
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Chapter 6 Summary and Analysis

Torey decides to test Sheila's IQ after seeing how well the little girl did with simple math. Using a series of picture cards, Torey asks Sheila to identify certain words by pointing to the correct picture. Sheila wordlessly points out picture after picture. She gets one wrong every once in awhile, but does not miss the required six in a row necessary for Torey to stop testing. Before long ,Torey is asking Sheila to point out words that are meant for adolescents. Sheila knows that she is not getting all the words right and says so to Torey. Torey reassures Sheila that she is doing an excellent job, especially since these words are meant for kids much older than six. When Torey computes Sheila's score, she finds that the little girl has reached the ceiling on this particular test. Torey asks how Sheila knows such...

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