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Conflict Review

Quiz by Kayla Craig

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14 questions
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  • Q1
    Shawna had been acting in plays since she could speak. She had practices every night, and they were beginning to interfere with her life. Last Friday, her whole family had gone to the fondue restaurant without her, and this Friday was her best friend’s birthday party. She was beginning to wonder if she really wanted to let acting run the rest of her life
    Person VS. Self
    Person VS. Society
    Person VS. Person
    Person VS. Nature
    30s
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  • Q2
    Collin was one of fifty people at Jake’s birthday party. That night, Jordan saw Collin leaving with a DSi sticking out of his back pocket. That same night, someone stole Jake’s DSi out of his bedroom. Jordan began spreading rumors about Collin being the thief.
    Person VS. Society
    Person VS. Nature
    Person VS. Person
    Person VS. Self
    30s
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  • Q3
    Jaiden knew it was finally time to talk to his mom about the boys on the bus. Every day was the same: Jaiden would get on the bus and sit down. At the next bus stop when the boys got on, they would walk up to him, grab his backpack and shout, “Hey! This seat is reserved, kid!” It didn’t matter where Jaiden sat, the same thing kept happening day after day.
    Person VS. Self
    Person VS. Nature
    Person VS. Society
    Person VS. Person
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  • Q4
    Lucy looked up at her big sister. “Barney, please!” she said sweetly. Sophia looked down and tried to ignore her. Austin and Ally was still on for another twenty minutes, and it was her favorite show. She really, really didn’t want to turn it off in exchange for Barney! Lucy crawled into Sophia’s lap, gave her a hug, and said, “Love you!”
    Person VS. Person
    Person VS. Self
    Person VS. Nature
    Person VS. Society
    30s
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  • Q5
    The baby looked down at her plate of food. She was starving, but the small fly nibbling on her macaroni and cheese made her shriek. “Fly! Fly! Fly!” she shouted. Her mom shooed the bug away, but it just kept coming back. Soon, the baby was in a fit of tears, sad that her macaroni was being tainted by this little bug!
    Person VS. Person
    Person VS. Nature
    Person VS. Society
    Person VS. Self
    30s
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  • Q6
    Eugin and his father had been playing chess since he was young enough to understand the game. He wanted nothing more than to form a chess club at his middle school. When he went to the principal, though, he said that the school didn’t have enough money to sponsor the club, and there wasn’t a teacher who could help them run the club. Eugin and his family sat down to begin brainstorming how they could pull it off.
    Person VS. Society
    Person VS. Nature
    Person VS. Person
    Person VS. Self
    30s
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  • Q7
    Medley’s parents had always told her that she shouldn’t smack when she was chewing her food. She said she couldn’t help it, but her dad said she was lazy. It didn’t really bother her until other kids started moving away from her at the lunch table.
    Person VS. Society
    Person VS. Person
    Person VS. Nature
    Person VS. Self
    60s
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  • Q8
    Even when dad tried to lock the lid of the trash can, wild animals still got into it and left a mess strewn about. They even had a separate trash can for food that they shut tightly and stacked high, but it didn’t matter. Living near a forest was wonderful, except for the smell of trash that lingered from the animal’s midnight feasts!
    Person VS. Nature
    Person VS. Self
    Person VS. Society
    Person VS. Person
    60s
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  • Q9
    Arianna made it a goal for herself to stop waiting until the last minute to do things. Each time she procrastinated, she felt bad, so she was committed to changing. The problem was that the television, the video games, and playing with her friends outside all sounded better than doing her math project. She debated with herself about whether or not she should start it since it was due in only a week, but as she looked out at the blazing sun, she knew what her answer would be…
    Person VS. Nature
    Person VS. Self
    Person VS. Society
    Person VS. Person
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  • Q10
    Jackie had always been a little bit different than her friends. Instead of playing with dolls as a little girl, she had preferred cars and trucks. Rather than wearing a dress for picture day, she always wore a sports t-shirt and jeans. Some of the girls in her class made fun of her when she chose to play hockey instead of ballet or softball, but Jackie didn’t care. She knew what she loved, and it didn’t matter what anyone else thought.
    Person VS. Person
    Person VS. Self
    Person VS. Nature
    Person VS. Society
    60s
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  • Q11
    Lucas sat in the back seat of the car watching his mom and dad argue about which way they should turn. Mom was convinced that the movie theatre was two blocks to the right, but dad was sure that it was three blocks to the left. They bickered and argued until dad firmly said, “Listen. I’m driving! We will go my way!”
    Person VS. Nature
    Person VS. Society
    Person VS. Self
    Person VS. Person
    60s
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  • Q12
    The third graders from Wolf Creek Elementary school were headed to a field trip in the mountains. A torrential downpour and flash flood warnings put a damper on their plans. Instead of a field trip to the mountains, it was like they would be going on a field trip to the ocean. Just before the bus left the school parking lot, the trip was cancelled.
    Person VS. Society
    Person VS. Nature
    Person VS. Self
    Person VS. Person
    60s
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  • Q13
    Carter always turned in fantastic work. His handwriting was perfect, his answers were always right, and it was always turned in on time. Even though his teacher was constantly telling him what an incredible student he was, he still felt like he wasn’t good enough.
    Person VS. Self
    Person VS. Society
    Person VS. Person
    Person VS. Nature
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  • Q14
    Hank had just gotten his license and was speeding down the street in front of his school. He thought the school zones were silly, and he ignored the signs warning him of double fines if you’re caught speeding there. His music jammed loudly, and he didn’t even realize that a police man was behind him, lights blazing and siren blasting.
    Person VS. Nature
    Person VS. Society
    Person VS. Person
    Person VS. Self
    60s
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