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  1. Night review 15 questions: 14 multiple choice (half cold read) 1 paragraph

  2. Write the answer to the question on the white board. Do not let the other groups hear/see your answer until time is called.You will have 15 seconds to write your answer (more if it is a 2-part question)

  3. What is one internal conflict in Night?

  4. What is one external conflict in Night?

  5. What is one theme in Night?


  6. What is one motif in Night?

  7. How is Elie a dynamic character? Give a specific example

  8. How does what people say influence Elie? Give a specific example

  9. After a transport arrived from Antwerp, Stein leaves to get news about his wife and child, he never returned. From this, what can we infer?

  10. Elie purposely puts in examples of guards and Germans who try to help him. What is the author inferring by doing this?

  11. What is the tone of the following passage?“But the third rope was still moving; the child, too light, was still breathing…And so he remained for more than half an hour, lingering between life and death, writhing before our eyes”(63).

  12. Use the passage provided to answer the following questions.

  13. What is the overall main idea of this passage?

  14. Which sentence contains parallel structure?

  15. What is the author’s purpose for writing this passage? (why is the author writing this)

  16. What does the word shoddily mean in this passage (use context clues)?

  17. According to this passage, which statement would the author most likely agree?A. Readers need special skills to read B. Writers need to be more careful when writingC. Verbiage is confusing because of the different possible interpretationsD. Writers have a lot to say and try too hard to fit it all into one passage