FROs: 9-18: ___/8 9-19:___/10 9-20:___/10 KBARR: _____/40
Outsiders Quiz: ___/5 Vocabulary Homework: ___/20
Vocab Practices: 9-18:___/10 9-19:___/10 9-20:___/10
Other Extra Credit:
a) discreet b) discrete c) vain d) elicit e)
illicit f) hysterical g) dumbfounded h)
patronize i) stamina j) reluctant
- Every time Dr. Pavlov rang a bell, he _______(ed) a response
from the dog, who thought he was going to be fed.
- S.E. Hinton has said that she didn’t have the ____ to be a teacher. Worrying about the kids’ problems wore her out.
- I was _____ to tell the teacher about the cheating I saw, because the person was my friend.
- A spy must be ____ and not go blabbing secrets around.
- You are all one class, but you are _____ individuals.
- nonchalant : hysterical :: gossipy : _____
- "You're so ___. You probably think this song is about you."
teacher tried to ___ the correct response from the students by giving
- I did not want to be ___(ed); I felt I was savvy enough to make my own decisions.
- If you ____ (ed) CPK last night, it benefited the band program.
- This word literally means “discovered speechless.” ______
FROs. Skip if exempt. a) Fragment b) Run-On c) Complete Sentence
- Is this a fragment?
- Although the llama wandered too close to the fire.
- I love that story, I have read it three times.
- The llama went over the hills and through the wood to get to Grandmother's house, but she wasn't home.
- Because the llama ate too much cheese, he forgot to do his KBARR.
- As the llama trained to be a ninja.
- Hide in burrows and beneath rocks.
- He explained the rules of the game she demonstrated it.
Outsiders/Plot. Open book, open notebook.
- Who said? "I can't believe little old Johnny could kill
somebody." a) Pony b) Dally c) Soda d)
Darry e) Two-Bit f) NOTA
- This person is commenting on the irony of that. a) True b) False
- Dally getting hauled in for the murder he didn't do is an example of irony. a) True b) False
- What do we learn about Dally when he talks to Johnny
about jail? (p89-90) a) Dally is proud of his past. b) Dally
is cold and mean. c) Dally has jail savvy. d) Dally cares
about something. e) That the greasers "get it worse than anyone." f) NOTA
- Why would Johnny be “having the time of his life” in the
church? (p92) a) He wants to pay back for what he did to Bob. b)
He feels needed for the first time. c) He likes little
kids. d) He thinks the cops will go easy on him. e) He
secretly wants to die. f) NOTA
- When Pony asks about Dally and Johnny, and Jerry Wood
“studies his wedding ring,” what’s going on? (p95) a) He’s thinking
about his wife. b) It’s still hot from the fire. c) It’s
stuck, and painful, so he pauses to adjust it. d) He’s stalling,
trying to think of how to break the news. e) NOTA
- When does Pony say was the first time he ever saw Johnny without
that defeated look on his face? a) When he announced he was
turning himself in. b) When Dally talked about jail. c)
When Dally acted concerned about him. d) In the burning
church. e) Talking about Gone with the Wind. f) NOTA
does Pony finally realize that Darry really does care about him?
a) When he says, "Oh Ponyboy, your hair..." b) When he reads the
letter from Soda. c) When Darry offers him a cigarette. d) When
Darry starts crying. e) When he rescues Pony from the fire.
- Johnny's behavior (not scared, having fun, very decisive) inside
the burning church is both ironic and not ironic. a)
True b) False
we are introduced to the characters and their situations in the
______... a) climax b) inciting action c) exposition
d) rising action e) falling action f) climax
get to the ______, which sets our story in motion. a) climax b)
inciting action c) exposition d) rising action e) falling action f)
- The ______ is usually the longest part of
the story and full of ups and downs. a) climax b) inciting action c)
exposition d) rising action e) falling action f) climax
Sentence Combining. Combine all four sentences into one smooth-sounding sentence with proper punctuation.
- * His teacher is unamused. * His teacher is a woman. * She is very quiet. * She has karate experience.