Thank You M'am Quiz

30 Questions  I  By Mrsfutrell
Use your knowledge of the vocabulary and of character to answer the questions.   Good luck! 

  
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1.  A statement about something you have noticed
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2.  In good enough condition to be seen
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3.  Important
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4.  Round characters learn something and change during the story.
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5.  A conclusion or opinion that we make based on known facts or evidence
6.  Think about the stories we have read in class.  Check each box that is a character the is dynamic.
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7.  We know a lot about flat characters.
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8.  Roger will never be the same or do the same things now that he has met Mrs. Jones.
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9.  An old couple living near John's house consider him just like their own son.  John does things for them that even a son would not do.  He shops for them, gets them things, helps them with yard and housework, and says hello everyday.
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10.  An antagoinist is always a person.
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11.  In Thank You M'am, meeting Mrs. Jones is a significant incident in Rogers life. 
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12.  This word means the same thing as complicated
13.  They never invited the Plain Belly Sneetches.  They left them out cold in the dark of the beaches.
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14.  The Sneetches learn that all Sneetches are the same and equal.  Based on this, explain the THEME of the Sneetches story.  Use examples of what happened in the story in your answer.
15.  What is the THEME in Thank You M'am?  Think about what Roger learned and use examples to answer this question.
16.  Jim was an honest man.  He never cheated anybody in his entire life.
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17.  This is the main character, the conflict happens to this character
18.  Read this information about this character.  Check all the character types that fit. Mr. Brown my math teacher took my loptop because I was on facebook in class.  I think he is a good teacher and he is usually nice, but he wants us to learn in class so he is strict.  His class is fun.  He has games for us to play and he tells us a lot of stories about what he was like when he was young.  He told us he is married and has a baby.  He treats everyone in class fairly.
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19.  Give at least 3 examples of character trails, use any words, but DO NOT USE: NICE, KIND, FRIENDLY, MEAN, BAD, GOOD  
20.  Read this and check the boxes of the character types that fit. My mom wont let me got to the party because I am not passing English and Math class.  No I am in trouble.
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21.  Julie held up six different outfits in front of the mirror and though about which would go best with her navy blue shoes, eye shadow, and the diamond earrings she'd already gotten from her jewelry box.  After mixing and matching her outfit for 90 minutes, and calling her sister for advice, Julie finally made up her mind.  She was going to wear the navy blue shirt and white sweater.  She hoped she would look good and the boy she liked would notice. What can we infer about Julie?
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22.  The protagonist usually learns something because of the events in a story.
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23.  An unexpected thing that happens, arguments or encounters
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24.  We do not know very much about this type of character
25.  Not exciting or interesting, plain, having few plants
26.  They never invited the Plain Belly Sneetches.  They left them out cold in the dark of the beaches.  This tells us that the Sneetches have what character trait?
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27.  The patient boay and the quiet girl were both well mannered and did not disobey their mother.
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28.  To make someone feel confused or stupid in front of others
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29.  To allow something to happen or someone to do or have something
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30.  Weak, easily damaged or destroyed
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