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Are You Smarter Than a Lab Rat?. 1,000,000. 500,000. 300,000. Inference Topic 1. Inference Topic 2. Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader?. 175,000. 100,000. F.O.S. Topic 3. F.O.S. Topic 4. 50,000. Author’s Style Topic 5. Author’s Stlye Topic 6. 25,000. 10,000.

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are you smarter than a 5 th grader
1,000,000

500,000

300,000

Inference Topic 1

Inference Topic 2

Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?

175,000

100,000

F.O.S. Topic 3

F.O.S. Topic 4

50,000

Author’s Style Topic 5

Author’s Stlye Topic 6

25,000

10,000

Characterization Topic 7

Characterization Topic 8

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Plot Topic 9

Plot Topic 10

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inference 1 question
Inference 1 Question
  • “Im taking a couple of books along and even if I cant reed them ill practice hard and maybe I wont forget everything I learned.”What can the reader infer about how Charlie feels about his regression?
    • A. He feels responsible for his regression and is ashamed.
    • B. He blames the doctors.
    • C. He wishes Miss Kinnian taught him more.
    • D. He is lonely without knowledge.
inference 1 answer
Inference 1 Answer
  • A. He feels responsible for his regression and is ashamed of himself

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inference 2 question
Inference 2 Question
  • At Charlie’s smartest, what does he have in common with his former self?
    • A. He has true friends.
    • B. He uses correct spelling.
    • C. He works at the lab.
    • D. He is lonely.
inference 2 answer
Inference 2 Answer
  • D. He is lonely

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figures of speech 3 question
Figures of Speech 3 Question
  • According to Dr. Nemur, an IQ test is to intelligence as a scale is to…
    • A. fish
    • B. Weight
    • C. a Rorschach test
    • D. music
figures of speech 4 question
Figures of Speech 4 Question
  • What parallels are hinted at between Charlie and Eve?
    • A. Charlie and Eve like apples.
    • B. Charlie and Eve like snakes.
    • C. Charlie is tempted by knowledge.
    • D. Charlie convinced another to get the surgery.
figures of speech 4 answer
Figures of Speech 4 Answer
  • C. Charlie is tempted by knowledge

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author s style 5 question
Author’s Style 5 Question
  • Why does the author describe Algernon’s decline in such detail?
    • A. To make Algernon a believable character.
    • B. To show Charlie’s love for Algernon.
    • C. To create a tone of surprise.
    • D. To foreshadow future events
author s style 5 answer
Author’s Style 5 Answer
  • D.To foreshadow future events

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author s style 6 question
Author’s Style 6 Question
  • Why does the author of “Flowers for Algernon” uses Charlie’s Journal entries…
    • A. To show Charlie’s changes.
    • B. To make Charlie sound smart.
    • C. To show Charlie was paid for the experiment.
    • D. To show how close Charlie was to Algernon.
author s style 6 answer
Author’s Style 6 Answer
  • A.To show how Charlie is changing.
characterization 7 question
Characterization 7 Question
  • What type of character is Joe Carp?
    • A. Static
    • B. Dynamic
    • C. Major
    • D. Typical
characterization 8 question
Characterization 8 Question
  • What character trait makes Charlie a good candidate for the experiment?
    • A. He wasn’t smart
    • B. He was super intelligent
    • C. He was motivated.
    • D. He had no friends.
characterization 8 answer
Characterization 8 Answer
  • C. Charlie was self-motivated.

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plot 9 question
Plot 9 Question
  • What is a subplot in “Flowers for Algernon”?
    • A. Algernon’s experience
    • B. Charlie and Miss Kinnian’s relationship
    • C. The Thematic Apperception test.
    • D. Charlie’s intelligence changing.
plot 9 answer
Plot 9 Answer
  • B. Charlie’s relationship with Miss Kinnian.

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plot 10 question
Plot 10 Question
  • Why does Charlie attend night school?
    • A. He wanted to learn and spell.
    • B. He wanted to make friends.
    • C. He wanted to be a teacher.
    • D. He never attended night school.
plot 10 answer
Plot 10 Answer
  • A. He wanted to learn to spell and read.

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1 000 000 question
1,000,000 Question
  • What word can be defined as lacking in ideas or intelligence, empty, or vacant.
    • A. Feeble
    • B. Obscure
    • C. Vacuous
    • D. Unconcious
1 000 000 answer
1,000,000 Answer
  • C. Vacuous

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