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Grade 6 A Christmas Carol

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All of the bells in Scrooge's house began to ring. What happened next?
  1. Marley's ghost appeared.
  2. Scrooge ran out the door.
  3. Angels started singing.
  4. Scrooge fell fast asleep.
Grade 8 A Christmas Carol
What is the setting of A Christmas Carol?
  1. 1743 in London, England on Christmas Eve
  2. 1843 in London, England on Christmas Eve
  3. 1943 in London, England on Christmas Eve
  4. 1743 in Paris, France on Christmas Eve
Grade 6 A Christmas Carol

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Theme is a message the author shares about life. What is one theme of "A Christmas Carol"?
  1. Both the poor and wealthy can get along.
  2. The way you treat others has a big impact on the future.
  3. As long as you have money, you will be okay.
  4. Ghosts are the only ones who can see the true spirit of others.
Grade 8 A Christmas Carol
How is the Ghost of Christmas Present represented?
  1. As a small, elderly man
  2. As a jolly giant
  3. As an invisible specter
  4. As a silent phantom
Grade 6 A Christmas Carol CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RL.6.1

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Grade 6 A Christmas Carol CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RL.6.5

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The Ghost of Christmas Past shared multiple memories with Scrooge. How were the final two memories most different from the first few memories?
  1. Scrooge was younger.
  2. Scrooge was happier.
  3. They were both negative memories.
  4. They were both other people's memories.
Grade 7 A Christmas Carol
Which quote from " A Christmas Carol" helps to convince the reader that Scrooge is a changed man?
  1. "Allow me to ask your pardon, and will you have the goodness to add this (throwing him a purse) to your good work! If you please not a penny less. A great many back payments are included in it, I assure you."
  2. "Spirit, hear me. I am not the man I was. I will not be the man that I have been for so many years."
  3. "The spirits of all three shall strive within me. I will not shut out the lessons that they teach."
  4. "I will honor Christmas in my heart and try to keep it all the year. I will live in the Past, the Present, and the Future."
Grade 8 A Christmas Carol
How is the Ghost of Christmas Past represented?
  1. As a small, elderly man
  2. As an invisible specter
  3. As a jolly giant
  4. As a silent phantom
Grade 6 A Christmas Carol

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Scrooge looked out the window and saw a bunch of phantoms flying through the air. None of them were free. What was most significant about the phantoms?
  1. They floated easily despite the chains on their bodies.
  2. Many were hard-hearted people Scrooge had known.
  3. Many had been very generous with their money while alive.
  4. They gestured for Scrooge to come join them.
Grade 6 A Christmas Carol

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What was the biggest lesson the Ghost of Christmas Present taught Scrooge?
  1. Everyone who knew Scrooge hated him.
  2. The presents are the best part of Christmas.
  3. It takes a lot of money to have a great Christmas.
  4. Even the poorest of the poor can find joy on Christmas.
Grade 6 A Christmas Carol

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How did seeing the tombstone affect Scrooge?
  1. He decided to die a lonely man.
  2. He decided to change his ways.
  3. He decided he had to know who the ghost was.
  4. He decided to never celebrate Christmas.
Grade 6 A Christmas Carol

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The Ghost of Christmas Present says, "If these shadows remain unaltered by the Future..." What does this suggest?
  1. The future is set in stone.
  2. Only the Ghost of Christmas Future knows what will happen.
  3. Scrooge has the ability to change the future.
  4. Shadows help predict what will happen in the future.
Grade 8 A Christmas Carol
What can the reader infer is the author's message in the following passage:
"They were not a handsome family; they were not well dressed; their shoes were far from waterproof; their clothes were scanty...but they were happy, grateful, pleased with one another, and contented with the time..."
  1. although the family is poor, they are also foolish and they deserve what they get
  2. although the family is poor, they are also cruel and vicious to others
  3. although the family is poor, they are also rich in love and gratitude
  4. although the family is wealthy, they are lacking in love
Grade 7 A Christmas Carol
Grade 6 A Christmas Carol CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RL.6.1

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Scrooge's servants did not think much of him. What detail showed this?
  1. They spit on his grave.
  2. They stole from him after he died.
  3. They called him names.
  4. They quit work on Christmas day.
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