Nothing But the Truth By Avi. Introduction-Chapter 7 Study Guide. 1. What two questions open up this novel?. Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth? Does anyone ever say no?. 2 . What is the name of Philip’s school? What grade is he in?.
Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth?
Does anyone ever say no?
Philip went to Harrison High School.
Philip was in the 9th grade.
Miss Narwin is Philip’s English teacher.
He said she was so uptight that she could have been put together with super glue.
Miss Narwin said that Philip was an intelligent boy, but he lacked ambition.
She likes him.
No, Philip did not take the exam seriously.
He received a C-.
Dr. Seymour said there would be major problems in programs and personnel which means that programs and personnel would have to be cut.
Mr. Lunser talked and made jokes during the announcements and the national anthem.
He has a dry sense of humor; sarcastic.
The cost of the seminar was $2,000.00.
Miss Narwin wanted to attend a two-week summer seminar on new ways to teach literature.
11. While talking to Allison Doresett on the telephone, Philip said he lost his copy of Call of the Wild. What did he say happened to it?
Philip said a dog ran away with it and buried it.
Philip was reassigned to Miss Narwin’s homeroom.
Miss Narwin felt that the students came to “literature reluctantly”; they were independent which she admired, but they also only cared about things that concerned themselves.
Miss Narwin has been teaching twenty-one years.
Teaching is like a religion to her (simile!!).
Teaching is her life.
Without her students, she would be lost.
Philip’s dream was to run track in the Olympics.
Philip received a D in English.
18. According to the memo outlining the format for the morning announcements, how should students stand during the playing of the national anthem?
Students should stand at respectful, silent attention during the national anthem.