Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?

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Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?
CHPT #1 Standards KCK11R110117*Summarize and paraphrase information clearly preserving the author’s intent. KCK11R110122*Cite textual evidence that supports the main idea of passages from a variety of cultures. KCK11R110124*Analyze and evaluate the cause and effect relationships on various plot elements, and explain how one event gives rise to another. KCK11R110125*Analyze the effects of the setting and compare/contrast the setting by making connections with other story elements within [and between]passages. CHPT #2 Standards KCK11R110126*Analyze the use of figurative language in a passage, using context clues including: c. analogies, & more

  
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  • 1. 
    In “Where Are You Going, Where have You Been?,” the author’s use of foreshadowing in the following sentence: He wagged a finger and laughed and said, "Gonna get you, baby," and Connie turned away again without Eddie noticing anything.   (pg 4.) is effective because it __________. (129)  
    • A. 

      Suggest that Connie will loose interest in Eddie.

    • B. 

      Hints that Connie will later face danger at the hands of Arnold Friend

    • C. 

      Adds to the tension between Connie and her mother.

    • D. 

      Indicates that June will become more jealous of her sister.


  • 2. 
    In “Where Are You Going, Where have You Been?,” the idiom “come for a ride,” in paragraph 7, illustrates Arnold Friend's __________. (126)
    • A. 

      Manners and friendliness

    • B. 

      Attempt to take her for a ride

    • C. 

      Attempt to make small talk

    • D. 

      Attempt to get Connie alone with him


  • 3. 
    On page 8 of “Where Are You Going, Where have You Been?,” the author creates an eerie tone through the physical description of Arnold Freind to show that __________. (129)
    • A. 

      There is something about him that just isn't right

    • B. 

      Connie is attracted to his looks

    • C. 

      To show that there is also something more behind the exterior he is trying to portray

    • D. 

      A & c


  • 4. 
    In “Where Are You Going, Where have You Been?,” the mood on page 9 in the following sentence: "I took a special interest in you, such a pretty girl, and found out all about you—like I know your parents and sister are gone somewheres and I know where and how long they're going to be gone, and I know who you were with last night, and your best girl friend's name is Betty. Right?" can best be described as __________. (129)
    • A. 

      Relaxed & calm

    • B. 

      Bitter & upset

    • C. 

      Shocked & frightened

    • D. 

      Cheerful & anxious


  • 5. 
     In “Where Are You Going, Where have You Been?,” at the bottom of page 16, the author uses detailed imagery because she wants ______________. (126)
    • A. 

      You to understand that Connie is crying

    • B. 

      To add humor to the situation

    • C. 

      To help paint a visual picture in the reader's mind of the details of what's happening to Connie

    • D. 

      To show the seriousness of the situation


  • 6. 
    Which option below best paraphrases the following sentence: "Don'tcha wanta see what's on the car? Don'tcha wanta go for a ride?" (117)
    • A. 

      Don'tcha wanta see what's on the car? Don'tcha wanta go for a ride?

    • B. 

      Do you want to look at what's on the vehicle? Do you want to take a drive?

    • C. 

      Wanta to see what's on the vehicle? Do you want to go a ride?

    • D. 

      Do you want to get out of here and get something to eat?


  • 7. 
    Which option below best summarizes the 1st & 2nd  paragraph of “Where Are You Going, Where have You Been”? (117)
    • A. 

      Connie is a young girl who is very conceited.

    • B. 

      Connie is a fifteen year old who doesn't get along with her mom.

    • C. 

      Connie is conceited and wears too much hairspray. her mother hates the smell of it.

    • D. 

      Connie is a young and vain girl who has a bad relationship with her mom due to an issue of jealousy. She is also constantly compared to her older sister whom her mother favors.


  • 8. 
    Which of the following below would be the best theme for "Where Are You Going, Where have You Been?" (117)
    • A. 

      Sometimes parents can be jealous of their kids

    • B. 

      Not all attention is good attention

    • C. 

      You should be more like your sibling

    • D. 

      The author wants us to know that teens should stay in the place of a teen and shouldn't be in a rush to grow up too fast

    • E. 

      B & d


  • 9. 
    The author of "Where Are You Going, Where have You Been?" is being satirical by writing such a story like this. Through satire, she is shedding light on the careless behavior of teens. (129)
    • A. 

      True

    • B. 

      False


  • 10. 
    In “Where Are You Going, Where have You Been?,” Connie’s sneaky behavior causes her to __________. (124)
    • A. 

      Attract the attention of the wrong person

    • B. 

      Loose the trust from her mom

    • C. 

      Be placed in serious danger

    • D. 

      All the above


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