To Own a Dragon: Reflections on Growing up Without a Father Test | Final Test - Easy

Don Miller (author)
This set of Lesson Plans consists of approximately 162 pages of tests, essay questions, lessons, and other teaching materials.

To Own a Dragon: Reflections on Growing up Without a Father Test | Final Test - Easy

Don Miller (author)
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. In Chapter 10, Miller tells the story of giving a talk to a group. What was the subject of this talk?
(a) Sex.
(b) Relationships.
(c) Faith journey.
(d) Boys raised without fathers.

2. In Chapter 9, how much advice is offered about girls?
(a) It offers some advice.
(b) It offers no advice.
(c) It offers a little advice.
(d) It offers a lot of advice.

3. What usually happens after Miller begins to date a woman?
(a) They fight and break up.
(b) They become engaged.
(c) She falls in love with Miller.
(d) She loses her attraction.

4. One of Miller's friends tells Miller about real love. What does Miller's friends state is a core characteristic of real love?
(a) Equality.
(b) Humor.
(c) Humility.
(d) Lust.

5. What does Miller say God gives for moral protection?
(a) Forgiveness.
(b) Joy.
(c) Rules.
(d) Love.

6. Miller believes that sex is never simply what type of response?
(a) A biological response.
(b) An enjoyable response.
(c) An emotional response.
(d) An aggressive response.

7. Miller's mother dies without doing what?
(a) Telling Miller that she loved him.
(b) Making arrangements for her funeral.
(c) Telling Miller who his father is.
(d) Making a will.

8. What organization did Miller join in order to develop his idea of manhood?
(a) Promise Keepers.
(b) A sports club.
(c) A gym.
(d) The local YMCA.

9. In Chapter 11, Miller learns lessons about work. What does Miller say discourages him about work?
(a) Having to work.
(b) Watching someone put a lot of time into a project to have it not work.
(c) Making enough money to live on.
(d) Not having time to spend with family and friends.

10. Where does Miller first realize he needs to achieve manhood?
(a) Miller does not believe that men need to achieve manhood.
(b) Miller believes he has already achieved manhood.
(c) At a rally for Christian men.
(d) When he falls in love.

11. Miller believes that young men should do what in order to make decisions?
(a) Talk to people with authority.
(b) Go to school.
(c) Pray and go to church.
(d) Find a mentor who makes wise decisions.

12. Where does Miller find a job when he moves to Oregon?
(a) At a bookstore.
(b) At a publishing company.
(c) In a automotive shop.
(d) At a coffee shop.

13. What does Miller promote to encourage young men to practice good morals?
(a) Faith.
(b) Responsibility.
(c) Education.
(d) Maturity.

14. What grade does Miller make when he finishes this high school class?
(a) Second highest grade in the class.
(b) He withdraws from the class.
(c) He never finishes the class.
(d) The lowest grade in the class.

15. In Chapter 10, Miller tells the story of giving a talk. Where does Miller give his talk?
(a) At a fraternity house.
(b) At a church youth group meeting.
(c) To a group of high school students.
(d) At a nursing home.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Miller and his friend, Travis, fear?

2. Miller believes not having a father figure affects what part of a young man's life?

3. What time do people on the MacMurray household need to be awake by?

4. According to Miller, why should young men say no to cheap sex?

5. Which of the following does Miller believe that the game of chess and life have in common?

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