(A) 451 days until he would be allowed to read. (B) a pleasure to burn. (C) difficult to smell the kerosene. (D) planned that he would meet Clarisse. (E) None of the above
>What smells like perfume to Montag?
(A) flowers (B) Clarisse’s hair (C) kerosene (D) books( E) None of the above
>The Fireman of America rule book states that since 1790… A) Ben Franklin has been putting out fires. (B) fireman have been starting fires. (C) the Constitution banned books. (D) a hound has been part of a firehouse.
>What did Montag feel it was “only fair” that he tell Mildred about?
>When visiting him, Captain Beatty gave Montag a chance to confess he has books. [T/F]
>Faber did not want to help Montag at first. [T/F]
>Why did Montag kill Captain Beatty? (A) Beatty was rude to Montag. (B) Beatty asked to be killed. (C) Montag killed Beatty because he was jealous of Beatty’s position as captain of the firehouse. (D) Montag was protecting Faber from Beatty. (E) Faber told Montag that he needed to kill Beatty.
>What was new and different about Montag’s experience of fire when he was in the countryside? Describe the experience with at least two details.
>Granger compared people to the Phoenix bird. In what way was he comparing them?
<>This resource is designed for struggling learners. Perfect accommodated or alternative resources for special education or below-level learners. Novel workbook comprehension questions are not all higher order thinking; they are roughly 8th grade level.