A Children's Tragedy Test | Final Test - Medium

This set of Lesson Plans consists of approximately 147 pages of tests, essay questions, lessons, and other teaching materials.

A Children's Tragedy Test | Final Test - Medium

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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. What did Mrs. Bergmann tell Wendla about her sister's bed rest?
(a) Wendla was told Ina had the flu.
(b) Wendla was told Ina was having a baby.
(c) Wendla was told Ina was recovering from surgery.
(d) Wendla was told Ina broke her leg.

2. Where does the last scene of the play take place?
(a) The riverbank.
(b) The graveyard.
(c) Melchior's school.
(d) The church.

3. Why does Moritz claim to appear to Melchior at the end of the play?
(a) He says he was sent to tell Melchior the truth about Wendla.
(b) He says Melchior disturbed his grave.
(c) He says Melchior is going to be punished for his role in Wendla's death.
(d) He says he was sent to keep Melchior company.

4. What does Ilsa do in lieu of going to school?
(a) Model for artists.
(b) Baker's assistant.
(c) Prostitution.
(d) She sells flowers.

5. How does Mrs. Gabor defend Melchior after Moritz's death?
(a) Melchior is too smart to have led his friend to suicide.
(b) Melchior spoke only the truth.
(c) Melchior has been framed by the school.
(d) Melchior is just a scapegoat.

Short Answer Questions

1. According to the pastor, what will happen to Moritz?

2. What does Ilsa mention as a feature in one of her lover's apartments?

3. Where does Act II, Scene 3 take place?

4. Whom does Melchior leave with at the end of the play?

5. Where is Wendla in Act III, Scene 5?

Short Essay Questions

1. What is significant about Melchior's letter to Wendla?

2. Describe Wendla's mood and thoughts in Act II, scene 6.

3. What favor has Moritz asked of Mrs. Gabor? What does he admit to her?

4. Why is Mrs. Gabor concerned about Moritz and Melchior reading Faust? How is this significant?

5. Why do the professors want to expel Melchior from school?

6. How does Rentier Stiefel react to Moritz's death?

7. What claims does the masked man make to Melchior and Moritz?

8. What does Ilsa reveal to Martha at Moritz's grave?

9. What philosophy does Melchior claim to believe? What action follows in the hayloft?

10. Why does her sister having a child come as such a surprise to Wendla?

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