This test covers chapters 1-9 of The Little Prince.
> 30 questions: multiple choice and true/false, plus extra credit fill in the blank at end > Questions address ideas, characters, symbolism, & events > Key
Example Questions >The narrator uses Drawing Number One to... (A) keep himself occupied (D) see if an adult still has a child’s perspective (B) scare adults (E) remember his childhood (C) show people his art skills >Telling the memories of the prince is ________ for the narrator? (A) confusing (C) a joy. (B) painful (D) a challenge >Why does the little prince leave his planet? (A) he begins to doubt the rose’s sincerity (C) the rose yells at him (B) he wants to visit Earth (D) he needs a sheep
<>All resources are designed for struggling learners. Great modified or alternative resource for special education or below-level learners. Questions & graphic organizers are great for discussion as they're often reflective/no wrong answer style. Ideal for Socratic circles. Resources encourage independent thinking & interpretation of this multi-layered philosophical novel which reflects upon friendship, love, and the meaning of life. Roughly 9-11th grade.