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Title: To Kill a Mockingbird Jeopardy Review


1
To Kill a Mockingbird Jeopardy Review
  • True or False
  • Who Said It?
  • Which One Is It?
  • Which One Is It Again?

2
True or False?
  • 100
  • 200
  • 300
  • 400

3
Who Said It?
  • 100
  • 200
  • 300
  • 400

4
Which One Is It?
  • 100
  • 200
  • 300
  • 400

5
Which One Is It Again?
  • 100
  • 200
  • 300
  • 400

6
True or False for 100
  • Jem destroys Mrs. Duboses flowers because of the
    derogatory remarks she makes about Atticus.
  • True
  • False

7
True or False for 200
  • Boo Radleys character advances the plot by
    providing an opportunity for Jem and Scout to
    learn compassion for those who are different.
  • True
  • False

8
True or False for 300
  • Mr. Dolphus Raymond, a white man, chooses to
    associate with the black citizens of Maycomb.
    This is because he is drunk, and they are the
    only ones who will accept him.
  • True
  • False

9
True or False for 400
  • The black citizens of Maycomb show Mr. Finch
    their appreciation by taking up a church
    collection and bringing money to Calpurnia.
  • True
  • False

10
Who Said It for 100
  • You never really understand a person until you
    consider things from his point of view.
  • Is that your final answer?

11
Who Said It for 200
  • My paws never touched a hair o my head in my
    life. He never touched me.
  • Is that your final answer?

12
Who Said It for 300
  • Yes suh. I felt right sorry for her, she seemed
    to try moren the rest of em.
  • Is that your final answer?

13
Who Said It for 400
  • Will you take me home?
  • Is that your final answer?

14
Which One Is It for 100
  • Harper Lee grew up during the _______and the
    novel took place during the ____________.
  • B. Civil War, Civil Rights Era

A. Great Depression, Civil Rights Era
D. Roaring Twenties, Great Depression
C. Civil Rights Era, Vietnam War
15
Which One Is It for 200
  • The action of the novel takes place in the
    _________ in the Southern state of _________.

B. 1920s, Mississippi
A. 1890s, Louisiana
C. 1930s, Alabama
D. 1950s, Georgia
16
Which One Is It for 300
  • Besides Atticus, the adults who have the most
    influence on Jem and Scout are

A. Their teachers
B. Aunt Alexandra and Miss Rachel
D. Miss Stephanie and Uncle Jack
C. Calpurnia and Miss Maudie
17
Which One Is It for 400
  • Atticus presents enough evidence to show Tom
    Robinsons innocence, but he also uses another
    appeal to the jury during his closing arguments
    when he asks them to consider

A. Bob Ewells character
B. Mayella Ewells obvious lies
D. The principles of justice and equality, as
well as their individual consciences
C. The historical mistreatment of African
Americans
18
Which One Is It Again for 100
  • Boo Radleys attitude toward the children seems
    to be one of

A. Fear and intimidation
B. Hero worship
D. Protective affection
C. Amused toleration
19
Which One Is It Again for 200
  • Which of the following characters does not
    undergo internal conflict?

A. Bob Ewell
B. Walter Cunningham, Sr.
C. Jem
D. Atticus
20
Which One Is It Again for 300
  • Who is the antagonist in the novel?

A. Walter Cunningham
B. Bob Ewell
D. Atticus Finch
C. Boo Radley
21
Which One Is It Again for 400
  • The human mockingbirds in the story symbolize

A. Wrongdoing
B. Prejudice
D. Justice
C. Innocence
22
  • Atticus

23
  • Mayella Ewell

24
  • Tom Robinson

25
  • Boo Radley

26
  • CORRECT

27
  • WRONG
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