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Grade 11 Defining Words
Pontificate
  1. speak interestingly
  2. speak slowly
  3. speak animatedly
  4. speak pompously
Grade 11 Young Adult Literature
What subject does Mr. Freeman teach?
  1. English
  2. Art
  3. Math
  4. Social Studies
Grade 11 Young Adult Literature
What group(s) does Melinda identify with?
  1. The Suffering Artists and Thespians
  2. None. She is an outsider.
  3. Mostly the Jocks.
  4. The Plain Janes
Grade 11 Young Adult Literature
How is the ever-changing Merryweather High mascot significant to the novel?
  1. It adds to the theme of identity.
  2. It adds to the theme of individuality.
  3. It adds to the theme of appearance vs. reality.
  4. There is no significance to the novel.
Grade 11 Young Adult Literature
Grade 11 Young Adult Literature
Who found Melinda holding a piece of glass to "Its" throat after he tried to assault her again?
  1. The football team
  2. The lacrosse team
  3. Mr. Neck, the social studies teacher
  4. The principal and Heather
Grade 11 Young Adult Literature
What do we find out in the climax of Speak?
  1. Melinda is a freshman who is hated by many for calling the police at a party where there was underage drinking.
  2. Melinda is finally ready to talk about her experience and move on.
  3. Melinda begins to change physically. Her lips are cracking and peeling and she begins to gain weight.
  4. Melinda was raped by Andy Evans at a party where there was underage drinking.
Grade 11 Young Adult Literature
What does Mr. Neck require Melinda to do in order to get credit for her report?
  1. Nothing, just hand it in
  2. Make copies for the class
  3. Create a drawing
  4. Present it in front of the class
Grade 8 Young Adult Literature
Melinda describes David Petrakis as: "being so brilliant he makes the teachers nervous."

This is an example of which literary device?
  1. Simile: It compares David to a very smart teacher.
  2. Hyperbole: No one can really be that smart.
  3. Indirect characterization: It shows how intelligent David really is
  4. Imagery: It paints a picture of David.
Grade 11 Young Adult Literature
Melinda was raped by Andy Evans in the novel because
  1. her friends talked her into saying she would have sex with Andy.
  2. she told Andy she would have sex with him, then changed her mind.
  3. he had sexual intercourse with her without her consent.
  4. none of the above. She was not raped in the novel.
Grade 11 Young Adult Literature
The theme of art can been seen in which of the following?
  1. Melinda’s willingness to help Heather decorate for events
  2. Melinda’s form of communication
  3. Melinda’s journal
  4. Melinda’s fashionable outfits
Grade 11 Young Adult Literature
How do art and sculpture help Melinda to deal with her trauma?
  1. She draws pictures of people she does not like.
  2. She communicates with others only through pictures.
  3. She becomes a member of the Suffering Artists clique.
  4. She uses art as an outlet to express her feelings.
Grade 9 English as a Second Language ESL
How many languages .............. ?
  1. you can speak
  2. you speak
  3. can you speak
None Tenses

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we / speak
  1. We're not going to speak.
  2. We not speak.
  3. Not speaking we are.
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