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Grade 6 :: Character Study by deighton_jeffrey
What type of characters are Penguin, JaFar, and the Big Bad Wolf?
  1. Antagonist
  2. Protagonist
  3. flat
  4. round
Grade 12 :: Character Study by october11wood
A character who is three-dimensional and complex is said to be:
  1. round
  2. dynamic
  3. flat
  4. static
Grade 5 :: Character Study by szeiger

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What does the word "queer" mean when describing the Toyman's answers?
  1. Clear
  2. Interesting
  3. Strange
  4. Dishonest
Grade 7 :: Character Study by szeiger

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Which is NOT a detail used to describe why Mary Lennox looked the way she did?
  1. She was thin.
  2. She was yellow.
  3. She had been ill.
  4. She had a big nose.
Grade 7 :: Character Study by szeiger

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Which detail best shows WHY Mary Lennox became selfish and tyrannical?
  1. The young English governess who came to teach her to read and write disliked her so much that she gave up her place in three months.
  2. By the time she was six years old she was as tyrannical and selfish a little pig as ever lived.
  3. So if Mary had not chosen to really want to know how to read books she would never have learned her letters at all.
  4. They always obeyed her and gave her her own way in everything.
Grade 6 :: Character Study by szeiger

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Which line from the story best shows how Ben's dream changed?
  1. But before he turned thirty a few months ago, Ben had maintained full faith in logic.
  2. he, Benjamin Ziskind, was the smartest person on the staff, then his intelligence would eventually be rewarded.
  3. His specialty was in the thousand-dollar-plus category, questions that no one but the true champions could answer.
  4. In the past few months, though, his questions had been repeatedly rejected, and now they were interlaced in his mind with questions he asked of himself.
Grade 4 :: Character Study by szeiger

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Which paragraph BEST shows the character of the lazy mouse?
  1. Paragraph 1
  2. Paragraph 2
  3. Paragraph 3
  4. Paragraph 4
Grade 10 :: Character Study by MissOreo
Which of the following are the five different types of indirect characterization?
  1. Songs
  2. Dialogue
  3. Effects on others
  4. Vocabulary choices
  5. Actions
  6. Private Thoughts
  7. Appearance
  8. Metaphors
Grade 8 :: Character Study by shelleygeorge
The opponent of the main character:
  1. protagonist
  2. antagonist
  3. foil
  4. character
Grade 7 :: Character Study by Ronica
What indicators are not used to determine who a character is in a passage?
  1. the character's thoughts and actions
  2. what other character's think about the character
  3. what the character says throughout the story
  4. the character's goals and dreams
Grade 7 :: Character Study by kpotter
What is character motive?
  1. why character says or does something
  2. adjective to describe a character's actions, thoughts, words
  3. author's word choice
  4. what a character says, does, or thinks
Grade 7 :: Character Study by amcgee7
Main person or persons in a story.
  1. Minor Characters
  2. Major Characters
  3. Cinderella
  4. Andrea
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