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Topic: Level 1, 2, and 3 Questions. There are different levels of questions in terms of difficulty: Level 1, 2, and 3. . Level 1. There is only 1 right answer. Example: List all of the mothers Lily finds. Answer: Rosaleen from the beginning then May (for a little while), August, and June

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Topic level 1 2 and 3 questions

Topic: Level 1, 2, and 3 Questions

There are different levels of questions in terms of difficulty: Level 1, 2, and 3.


Level 1
Level 1

  • There is only 1 right answer.

  • Example: List all of the mothers Lily finds.

  • Answer: Rosaleen from the beginning then May (for a little while), August, and June

  • Level 1 Words: define, identify, observe, list, point to, name, who, when, where


Level 2
Level 2

  • Answers will vary.

  • Example – Compare and contrast Reuben’s views on hunting to that of Davy’s

  • Example—Compare Swede’s Western/lyrical epic to that of Davy’s life or Reuben’s life.

  • Answer: your answer will be slightly different from someone else’s answer.

  • Level 2 Words: compare, contrast, infer, sequence, group,


Level 3
Level 3

  • Answers will be based on opinion backed up by evidence.

  • Generate discussion.

  • Example: Judge whether Davy should pay for killing Israel Finch and Tommy Basca

  • Example: Analyze Reuben’s choices to help protect his brother and explain whether Reuben should be punished by the law for aiding and abetting.

  • Answer: answers will be different based on opinions.

  • Level 3 Words: evaluate, judge, predict, imagine, analyze,

    speculate, hypothesize, create, plan, analyze


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