Quiz for 11/9/11. Name:
Circle the correct answer. Please be sure to record your warm up
scores and your extra credit.
Warm Ups: ___/6 ___/5 Extra Credit:
"The only thing we have to fear is fear itself."
________ said this... a) President Abraham Lincoln b) President
Obama c) President Franklin Roosevelt d) Benjamin Franklin
e) President Kennedy
...about __________. a)
The Vietnam War. b) The Great Depression. c) WWII d)
The Civil War e) racism.
Who are the "monsters"? a) Figure One
and Figure Two b) The people of the Twilight Zone. c) The people
of Maple Street. d) Whoever sent the ship. e) NOTA.
(p247) "It's a tree-lined, quiet residential American
street..." a) exposition b) inciting action c) resolution
d) rising action e) theme
(p253) "You're sick people--all of you. And you don't
even know what you're starting..." a) exposition b) inciting
action c) resolution d) rising action e) climax
(p254) "Why, it's like going back to the dark ages or
something." a) climax b) flashback c) protagonist
d) irony e) metaphor
(p260) "Their world is full of Maple Streets. And we'll
go from one to the other and let them destroy themselves." a)
exposition b) inciting action c) resolution d) rising
action e) climax
(p260) "There are weapons that are simply thoughts, attitudes,
prejudices..." a) climax b) theme c) conflict
d) irony e) point of view
How can we connect the meanings of The Outsiders
and MoMS? a) They both show that
we often judge people by insignificant things. b) They both show
that money doesn't equal good. c) They both show death is bad.
d) They are both very pessimistic about people. e) There's no connection
How can we connect the meanings of MoMS and Poem
#435? a) They both say that everybody
is weird. b) They both say that anyone who is different from the
rest is suspect. c) They both say that we should worry about an invasion
from space. d) They both say that it's OK to be different.
e) There's no connection at all.
Emily Dickinson felt that "the Majority" always prevailed
on the question of... a) what is the right thing to do.
b) who's weird and who isn't. c) who's cool and who isn't. d) who's important
and who isn't. e) All of the above.
The poem says that if a person looked very carefully...
a) he would see that everyone is weird. b) he would see that what might
look weird really isn't. c) he would see that what might seem sane really
isn't. d) All of the above. e) b and c.
The poem says that if you disagree with the majority...
you're weird. b) you're stupid. c) you're considered dangerous. d) you're
doing the right thing. e) all of the above.
"from hang-able" = ___ a) dependable
b) obstacle c) beneficial d) predicament e) NOTA
"against stand thing" = _____ a) contradict
b) obstacle c) statue d) indictment e) NOTA
"under stand person" = ____ a) valedictorian
b) benevolent c) dependent d) statue e) NOTA
THEIR. a) 1st person, plural, subject
b) 1st person, plural, possessive c) 3rd person, plural, possessive
d) 1st person singular, object e) NOTA
Johnny : diffident :: Dally : _____ a) diligent
b) abundant c) compelling d) heedless e) dire