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Important Dates. Thursday 4/6: Final Letters were due; I will still accept late letters until Friday Friday 4/21: Unit Test (100 points)– first grade of 4 th quarter Thursday 4/20: Report Card Pick-up 12pm-6pm Wed-Thurs 4/26-27: PSAE Testing for juniors.

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important dates
Important Dates

Thursday 4/6: Final Letters were due; I will still accept late letters until Friday

Friday 4/21: Unit Test (100 points)– first grade of 4th quarter

Thursday 4/20: Report Card Pick-up 12pm-6pm

Wed-Thurs 4/26-27: PSAE Testing for juniors

test review part 1 character matching 20 points
Test Review: Part 1-- Character Matching (20 points)

Match the ten characters on the left to the description on the right.

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Part 2: 1st impression vs. reality (15 points)One of the major themes in this book is that things do not end up being what they seem. For the characters below, tell who Winston thought they were or how he felt about them at first, then who they turned out to be or how ended up feeling about them by the end.

part 3 quotations 15 points
Part 3: Quotations (15 points)

For each of the 5 quotes, tell:

  • Who said it
  • Why it was important
part 4 short answer 25 points
Part 4: Short answer (25 points)

5 short answer questions that focus on p217-297 of the book.

part 5 short essay 25 points

Part 5: Short Essay (25 points)

Answer the question below in a minimum of three paragraphs. You must give at least three clear reasons, each with an example to support it.

Question: Do you think our society is heading towards the type of world that Orwell describes in “1984”?

how to study for this test
How to study for this test:

Study guides: Go over 1-5 briefly, focusing only on characters. Study Guide 6 is the one to focus on.

Movie: Pay attention mostly to who each character is, what each one does, and how each acts/thinks.

Invasions of Privacy: Look the KWL charts around the room for examples of how our society is similar or different of that in book.

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1. A. NO CHANGE

B. surveilliance; China

C. surveillance, China

D. surveillance China,

2. A. NO CHANGE

B. its population on

C. it’s population, on

D. its population, on

3. A. NO CHANGE

B. cases” Liu Shuo

C. cases” Liu Shuo,

D. cases.” Liu Shuo,

x Using internet and other state-sanctioned surveillance China has recorded details of more than 96% of it’s population on a police database. "It has helped police uncover many criminal cases," Liu Shuo, a police official, was quoted by Xinhua news agency as telling a news conference on Thursday.

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1. A. NO CHANGE

B. Program”, the

C. Program;” the

D. Program,” the

2. A. NO CHANGE

B. Web, Police monitor

C. Web Police, monitor

D. Web Police; monitor

3. A. NO CHANGE

B. material, including

C. material including,

D. material; including

  • xSince the 2003 launch of its "Gold Shield Program" the Public Security Bureau had collected information on about 1.25 billion of the country's 1.3 billion people. Police say over 20 percent of criminal cases last year were solved with help from the database. An estimated 30,000 Web Police monitor the surfing habits of China's 110 million internet users. They restrict access to sites posting sensitive material including topics related to democracy or independence for Tibet and Taiwan.