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THE FLIGHT OF ICARUS QUIZ. Created By, Ms. Jennifer Duke. #1. Who is Daedalus’ son? King Minos Icarus Theseus King Midas . #2. Why did Daedalus make Icarus collect feathers? So that he could escape the island So that he could bury them So that he could make a pillow

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the flight of icarus quiz

THE FLIGHT OF ICARUS QUIZ

Created By, Ms. Jennifer Duke

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#1

Who is Daedalus’ son?

  • King Minos
  • Icarus
  • Theseus
  • King Midas
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#2

Why did Daedalus make Icarus collect feathers?

  • So that he could escape the island
  • So that he could bury them
  • So that he could make a pillow
  • So that he could make a feather bed
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#3

Why did Daedalus’ eyes fill with tears?

  • He was excited to get off of the island
  • He was regretful for poisoning King Midas
  • He had cut too many onions to ward off the evil spirits
  • He was shot by an arrow
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#4

What caused Icarus to fall from the sky?

  • He was almost eaten by a great winged bird
  • He was too old to fly
  • The arrows that hit him in the arm
  • The heat of the sun
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#5

Why does Icarus try to be something that he is not? What moral lesson can you learn from his failure?

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#6

How do you feel about Icarus? Do you think that teenagers can identify with him? Why or why not?

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#7

This story seems to suggest that people shouldn’t “fly too high.” We often hear the opposite advice: “Reach for the stars.” From your own experience, when do you think taking chances is a good thing? When can it be dangerous?

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Directions: Create a sentence about the events in the story for each number using the following formula:Somebody … Wanted … But … So…#8#9#10`#11

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