The Lion King . Assessment Practice Questions . What feature of Scar’s character makes him central to the conflict of the plot? A) his big heart B) his sly trickery C) his inner strength D) his sense of humor.
Assessment Practice Questions
What feature of Scar’s character makes him central to the conflict of the plot?A) his big heartB) his sly trickeryC) his inner strengthD) his sense of humor
Which detail from The Lion King advances the plot by contributing to the rising action?A) learning to eat bugs from TimonB) learning that Scar was behind Mufasa’s deathC) having a baby with NalaD) Simba being introduced to the Prideland
Which detail BEST shows the resolution of The Lion King? contributing to the rising action?A) Nala finding SimbaB) the rain falling while Simba and Scar fightC) introducing Simba’s son to the PridelandD) Scar fighting the hyenas
Which detail BEST shows that Scar is a trickster character? contributing to the rising action?A) He believes he should be king.B) He lives away from the Prideland.C) He hangs out with hyenas. D) He kills Mufasa.
By the resolution of The Lion King contributing to the rising action?Simba has learned a valuable lesson. What word BEST describes the topic of this valuable lesson?A) passions B) responsibilityC) educationD) independence
What makes contributing to the rising action?Simba’s conflict in the movie an external one?A) It happens outside the main setting of the story. B) It is not caused by anything he could have prevented. C) It is not a personal conflict but rather a conflict between his relatives. D) It is caused by an outside force – in this case, Scar.
Which technique does the author use to primarily develop the story and show characterization?A) use figurative languageB) incorporate dialogueC) create settingD) state a clear purpose
Dialogue is what’s mostly used in a movie.