Red Badge Of Courage Chapters 4-12

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Red Badge Of Courage Chapters 4-12 - Quiz


Red Badge of Courage-Chapters 4-12.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Check all that apply--pages 34-35. Check all quotes that were written on pages 34-35 only.

    • A.

      Wild yells came from behind the walls of smoke.

    • B.

      The battle reflections that shone for an instant in the faces on the mad current....

    • C.

      There were moments of waiting.

    • D.

      The sight of this stampede exerted a floodlike force that seemed able to drag sticks...

    • E.

      The tall soldier, having prepared his rifle, produced a red handkerchief...

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Wild yells came from behind the walls of smoke.
    B. The battle reflections that shone for an instant in the faces on the mad current....
    D. The sight of this stampede exerted a floodlike force that seemed able to drag sticks...
    Explanation
    The correct answer choices are all quotes that were written on pages 34-35. The passage describes a chaotic battle scene with wild yells coming from behind walls of smoke, battle reflections shining on the faces of soldiers, and the sight of a stampede exerting a powerful force. These quotes effectively capture the intense and frenzied atmosphere of the battle that is depicted on pages 34-35.

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  • 2. 

    Page 38-He suddenly lost concern for himself, and forgot to look at a _________________ ____________ (two words).

    Correct Answer(s)
    menacing fate
    Explanation
    The phrase "menacing fate" accurately completes the sentence because it suggests that the person in question became so preoccupied or consumed by something threatening or ominous that he completely disregarded his own well-being or personal concerns. The use of the word "menacing" implies a sense of danger or impending harm, while "fate" suggests a predetermined outcome or destiny, further emphasizing the severity of the situation.

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  • 3. 

    Page 38-Check all that apply that describes the soldier or the soldier felt was a part of his life in the armed services.

    • A.

      Perspiration streamed down the youth's face.

    • B.

      A regiment

    • C.

      An Army

    • D.

      A cause

    • E.

      Became not a man but a member.

    • F.

      A crisis

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Perspiration streamed down the youth's face.
    B. A regiment
    C. An Army
    D. A cause
    E. Became not a man but a member.
    F. A crisis
    Explanation
    The correct answer options describe various aspects of the soldier's life in the armed services. "Perspiration streamed down the youth's face" suggests the physical exertion and challenges faced by soldiers. "A regiment" and "An Army" indicate the soldier's affiliation with a specific military unit. "A cause" implies that the soldier believed in the purpose and mission of the armed services. "Became not a man but a member" highlights the sense of identity and belonging that soldiers experience. "A crisis" suggests that soldiers often face difficult and high-pressure situations.

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  • 4. 

    Click on link or type in The Red Badge of Courage into wikipedia.org: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Red_Badge_of_Courage 1. Type two paragraphs explaining what you read regarding The Red Badge of Courage. 2. Also, type 20 points from this Wikipedia page to help you write your essay later.

  • 5. 

    Page 41-At last an___________yell went along the _________________line.

    Correct Answer(s)
    exultant quivering
    Explanation
    The phrase "an exultant quivering yell" suggests that the yell was filled with joy and excitement. The word "exultant" means feeling or showing great happiness or triumph, while "quivering" implies a trembling or shaking motion. Therefore, the correct answer implies that the yell was filled with both triumphant joy and a trembling or shaking sensation.

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  • 6. 

    Click on link or cut and paste into a web browser--interpret the portrait The Battle of Chancellorville in your own words--two paragraphs. What do you see? Describe the scene? How does it apply to The Red Badge of Courage? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Battle_of_Chancellorsville.png

  • 7. 

    First click on full synopsis' links and then watch videos--write two paragraphs for each video--describing what you read and what you noticed: 1. 1 paragraph on how the three are related. Total of 6 paragraphs.  Video 1: The Red Badge of Courage Read full synopsis: http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/476455/Red-Badge-of-Courage/ Video 2: Gone with the Wind Read full synopsis: http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/414427/Gone-With-the-Wind/ Video 3: Imitation of Life Read full synopsis: http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/79029/Imitation-of-Life/ Video 1: http://www.tcm.com/mediaroom/video/10517/Red-Badge-of-Courage-The-Original-Trailer-.html Video 2: http://www.tcm.com/mediaroom/video/281166/Gone-With-The-Wind-Movie-Clip-Tear-You-To-Pieces.html Video 3 :http://www.tcm.com/mediaroom/video/114024/Imitation-of-Life-Movie-Clip-Annie-visits-her-daughter.html

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