Speak Quiz

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Quiz from the "Speak" book written by Laurie Halse Anderson

  
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1.  What is the setting of the novel?
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2.  Who is the main character of the novel?
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3.  Who is Melinda's lab partner?
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4.  Which item symbolizes Melinda's life?
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5.  What is the tone of the novel?
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6.  What does Mr. Neck require Melinda to do to get credit for her report?
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7.  How does Melinda tell Rachel the truth about Andy?
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8.  Which of the following was not a mascot at Melinda's high school?
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9.  How are Melinda and Heather alike?
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10.  How does Melinda communicate with her parents?
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11.  How is the novel divided up?
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12.  Who is the first person to hear what Melinda has to say?
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13.  What is the mood for Melinda's first day of high school?
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14.  Who does Melinda call Hairwoman?
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15.  Why are people not talking to Melinda throughout the novel?
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16.  What is the major conflict Melinda is dealing with?
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17.  Why does David become Melinda's hero?
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18.  What literary element is being used when Melinda is represented by the tree?
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19.  Which of Melinda's old friends is the first to be friendly with her again?
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20.  What is the literary element using like or as to make a comparison?
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21.  "Liar!  I can't believe you.  You're jealous.  You're a twisted little freak and you're jealous that I'm popular and I'm going to the prom and so you lie to me like this.  And you sent me that note, didn't you?  You are sick."  Who said this?
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22.  "The suffragettes were all about speaking up, screaming for their rights.  You can't speak up for your right to be silent.  That's letting the bad guys win."  Who said this?
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23.  "This looks like a tree, but it is an average, ordinary, everyday, boring tree.  Breathe life into it.  Scar it, give it a twisted branch-perfect trees don't exist.  Nothing is perfect.  Flaws are interesting.  Be the tree."  Who said this?
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24.  Melinda describes her mother as someone...
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25.  "When you get through this life sucks phase, I'm sure lots of people will want to be your friend.  But you can't cut classes or not show up to school."  Who said this?
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26.  What has Melinda stopped doing since the rape?
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27.  "I need a new friend.  I need a friend, period.  Not a true friend, nothing close or share clothes, or sleepover giggle giggle yak yak.  Just a pseudo-friend, disposable friend."  Who said this?
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28.  Melinda uses which class as an escape?
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29.  What would the closet Melinda goes into during school represent?
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30.  Melinda belonged to this clique:
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31.  Nicole belonged to this clique:
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33.  Heather belonged to this clique for a short time:
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34.  Rachel/Rachelle belonged to this clique:
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35.  What was Melinda's relationship like with her parents?
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36.  What is mayhem?
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37.  What is an obligation?
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38.  To degrade someone is to:
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39.  How did Melinda finally move on with her life?
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40.  What could have Melinda done to prevent her traumatic experience?  Who do you think she could have gone to after the rape happened?  What would you have done?
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