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A Distant Enemy by Deb Vanasse: Novel Assessments/Tests
A Distant Enemy by Deb Vanasse: Novel Assessments/Tests
A Distant Enemy by Deb Vanasse: Novel Assessments/Tests
A Distant Enemy by Deb Vanasse: Novel Assessments/Tests
A Distant Enemy by Deb Vanasse: Novel Assessments/Tests
A Distant Enemy by Deb Vanasse: Novel Assessments/Tests

A Distant Enemy by Deb Vanasse: Tests

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A Distant Enemy by Deb Vanasse - Tests
 
<>TEST 1, CHAPTERS 1-8<>
26 questions:
-11 multiple choice
-6 true/false
-6 short response
-3 written response
 
-Questions address basic events, characters, surrounding, & relationships
-Answer Key included
 
<>TEST 2, CHAPTERS 9-16<>
22 questions:
-7 multiple choice
-6 true/false
-6 short response
-3 written response
 
-Questions address basic events, characters, surrounding, & relationships
-Answer Key included

Example Questions:
-Why are the numbers of salmon decreasing? (A) the Yup’ik are catching too many of them   (B) incidental fishing by Russian and Japanese ships   (C) it’s a mystery   (D) the Fish & Game Department won’t say
-Who watches out for grandfather most?
(A) Joseph  (B) Anna/mom   (C) Alexie John  (D) no one, he is alone 
-Joseph decides his error was letting …
(A) a white person help him with the troopers   (B) his cousin annoy him(C) too many lies happen   (D) his anger consume him
-What are two ways Yup’ik show respect for the animals they hunt?
-Why are pilings necessary in the village? Explain.
-Joseph shows appreciation for the opportunity Mr. Townsend has given him. (T/F)
-Hunters are very respected in the village. (T/F)

<>Accommodated
for students slightly below grade level. The questions are not all higher order thinking questions (some are); they are roughly 7th grade level questions.
 
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