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Grade 12 A Christmas Carol
Grade 6 A Christmas Carol CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RL.6.5

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The Ghost of Christmas Future had Scrooge listen in on others' conversations. What were they talking about?
  1. the death of Tiny Tim
  2. Scrooge's death
  3. the debts they owed
  4. Scrooge's nephew
Grade 8 A Christmas Carol
How does the Ghost of Christmas Future communicate with Scrooge?
  1. By staring him in the eyes until Scrooge guesses what the Ghost of Christmas Future wants.
  2. By writing on a note pad.
  3. By sending him text messages.
  4. By point his finger at something he wants Scrooge to notice.
Grade 6 A Christmas Carol

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What was the first kind act Scrooge did?
  1. He called his mother and invited her to dinner.
  2. He bought a turkey for the Cratchits.
  3. He took presents to an orphanage.
  4. He visited Marley's grave.
Grade 8 A Christmas Carol
We walk through life as “fellow passengers to the grave,” as Scrooge’s nephew Fred points out. Fred most likely means?
  1. At some point everyone will die and be accountable to a higher authority.
  2. Each of us would prefer to not die alone like Scrooge
  3. When fellow passengers are left ignorant and needy, they are not the only ones who suffer; society itself suffers.
  4. Everyone has a path in life and it is up to each person to decide the way they want to live.
Grade 6 A Christmas Carol

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After watching the Cratchit family, Scrooge wanted to know if:
  1. Bob Cratchit would show up for work the next day.
  2. Tiny Tim would live.
  3. the family would have enough food to eat.
  4. they could see him standing there.
Grade 8 A Christmas Carol
What can we infer from Scrooges words when he says to the Ghost of the Future:

"I fear you more than any specter I have seen. But as I know your purpose is to do me good, and as I hope to live to be another man from what I was, I am prepared to bear you company and do it with a thankful heart."
  1. Scrooge is having a change of heart even before the Ghost of the Future has shown him his future.
  2. I fear you more than any of the previous ghosts I have seen because you look scary.
  3. He fears what it will take to become a better man because he has never been a better man.
Grade 6 A Christmas Carol

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When Bob Cratchit arrived at work late the day after Christmas, Scrooge growled at him. Why did he do that?
  1. to trick him
  2. to make him work harder
  3. to fire him
  4. to show him who was boss
Grade 8 A Christmas Carol
Who is the author of A Christmas Carol?
  1. Ebenezer Scrooge
  2. Jacob Marley
  3. Charles Dickens
  4. Bob Cratchit
Grade 8 A Christmas Carol
What was the Cratchit home like when Scrooge visited it on Christmas Eve?
  1. A poor, yet happy home rich in love with many children and a nice Christmas dinner.
  2. A poor home with unhappy children.
  3. A poor home with no food for Christmas dinner.
  4. A rich home with lots of presents and grumpy people.
Grade 8 A Christmas Carol
What is the setting of A Christmas Carol?
  1. 1843 in London, England on Christmas Eve
  2. 1943 in Paris, France on Christmas Eve
  3. 1843 in London, England on New Years Eve
  4. 1843 in Paris, France on New Years Eve
Grade 8 A Christmas Carol
How did Scrooge react when his nephew asked him to come for Christmas dinner?
  1. Are there no prisons, no workhouses?
  2. Sure, what time?
  3. Bah, humbug!
  4. I hope the goose is golden!
Grade 6 A Christmas Carol

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Characters often change during a story. When he woke up, how had Scrooge changed?
  1. He was more miserly than before.
  2. He decided not to work as hard.
  3. His spirit was much happier and ready to do good.
  4. His home was much smaller and he was content with less.
Grade 6 A Christmas Carol

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Grade 6 A Christmas Carol

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Which choice best described the Ghost of Christmas Present?
  1. a loud, crazy ghost
  2. a mean, wrinkly woman
  3. a small, frail child
  4. a large, happy man
Grade 6 A Christmas Carol

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Grade 6 A Christmas Carol

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What was one way Scrooge's change in behavior altered the future?
  1. Tiny Tim did not die.
  2. Scrooge's nephew took him in.
  3. Marley went to a better place.
  4. People made fun of Scrooge.
Grade 8 A Christmas Carol
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