Love that Dog Final Test
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by Heather Kribs
| 20 Questions
Note from the author:
Final test to go along with the novel "Love that Dog" by Sharon Creech
Section 1: Multiple Choice
Choose the best answer for each question.
Use your book as needed.
1
1 pt
What writing style did the author use?
drama
poetry
prose
interview
2
1 pt
From what point-of-view is the story told?
first
second
third, limited
third, omniscient
3
1 pt
Which word does NOT describe how Jack felt at first about writing poetry?
reluctant
unsure
doubtful
eager
4
1 pt
What was Jack's FIRST poem about?
a blue car
a dog
a cow
not wanting to write a poem
5
1 pt
What did Jack want his first poems to be?
thrown away
read to the class
anonymous
sent home
6
1 pt
How did Jack feel about many of the poems they read in class?
excited
mad
confused
sad
7
1 pt
Where did Jack get his dog originally?
He was a surprise birthday present
His dad took him to a shelter
He just wandered up
He got him at a pet store
8
1 pt
Which word best describes Miss Stretchberry?
strict
loud
encouraging
inexperienced
9
1 pt
Where does Jack play a lot of the time?
at a park
at the school playground
inside his basement
outside at his house
10
1 pt
Who inspired Jack's poetry writing the most?
Miss Stretchberry
his dad
Walter Dean Myers
his classmates
11
1 pt
What made Jack feel the most excited?
that Miss Stetchberry was impressed with his poetry
that he got a new cat
that his poetry was displayed in class
that Mr. Myers came to school
12
1 pt
How did Jack change during the story?
He became more confident.
He got better at poetry.
He was able to write about his dog even though it made him sad.
All of the above.
13
1 pt
What did Jack NOT learn throughout this story?
If you keep trying, you'll get better.
Sometimes you're better than you think.
Never get attached to your pets.
You don't know until you ask.
Identify the speaker of each quotation from the text.
14
1 pt
"Why does so much depend upon a blue car?" pg. 5
Jack's teacher
Jack's dad
Jack's classmate
Jack
15
1 pt
"We won't be gone long- you come too." (pg. 25)
Jack's teacher
Jack's dad
Jack's classmate
Jack
16
1 pt
How'd you think of that, Jack? (pg. 39)
Jack's teacher
Jack's dad
Jack's classmate
Jack
17
1 pt
You should do it. You're a teacher. (pg. 53)
Jack's teacher
Jack's dad
Jack's classmate
Jack
18
1 pt
Explain the title of the book fully. Where did it come from and what does it mean?
19
1 pt
One THEME of the story is perseverence. Explain how Jack learned the importance of not giving up.
20
1 pt
Complete a story map for the book. Fill in the shapes. Use a complete sentence to tell me about what happens in the beginning, middle and end of the book.
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