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Ordinary and Weird Kids

Quiz by Whitney Ortiz

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13 questions
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  • Q1
    "It's not a big deal," I answered truthfully.
    This is insight.
    This is imagery.
    This is a conflict.
    This is dialogue.
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  • Q2
    What kind of narrator is used in both passages?
    Third Person Limited
    Second Person
    Third Person Omniscient
    First Person
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  • Q3
    Which character is referred to as "the freak"?
    Ximena Chin
    August Pullman
    Julian
    Charlotte Cody
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  • Q4
    Why does August say he is an ordinary kid?
    He gets stared at wherever he goes
    Kids make noises at him on the playground.
    He looks different than everyone else
    He rides a bike and plays X-Box
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  • Q5
    Which is an internal conflict?
    Some kids have actually come out and asked me why I hang out with "the freak" so much.
    So I just went over and sat with him. Not a biggie.
    I would wish that I had a normal face that no one ever noticed.
    Julian had nicknamed him the Zombie Kid.
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  • Q6
    Which line from "Weird Kids" supports the same idea as this line from "Ordinary"? - "I think the only person who realizes how ordinary I am is me."
    He's just a kid. The weirdest-looking kid I've ever seen, yes. But just a kid.
    No one was talking to him.
    Who knew sitting with August Pullman at lunch would be such a big deal?
    "I couldn't do what you're doing."
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  • Q7
    Fiction
    not a true story; invented by the imagination
    someone's life story; a biography
    a true story written to inform the reader
    the action and events in the story
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  • Q8
    Character Traits
    the main message from the story; a truth about life
    the feeling a reader gets when reading a story
    words that describe a character's personality
    the author's purpose for writing the story
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  • Q9
    First Person Narrator
    is a character in the story; uses "I' and "me"; shares their thoughts and feelings
    not a character in the story; can tell you multiple characters' thoughts and feelings
    not a character in the story; can tell you only one character's thoughts and feelings
    not a character in the story; can tell you none of the characters' thoughts and feelings, only action
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  • Q10
    Third Person Limited Narrator
    not a character in the story; can only tell you action, no thoughts and feelings
    not a character in the story; can tell you multiple characters' thoughts and feelings
    is a character in the story; they share their own thoughts and feelings
    not a character in the story; can tell you only one character's thoughts and feelings
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  • Q11
    Third Person Omniscient
    not a character in the story; can tell you only one character's thoughts and feelings
    is a character in the story; can tell you their own thoughts and feelings
    Not a character in the story; can tell you multiple characters' thoughts and feelings
    not a character in the story; can tell you nobody's thoughts and feelings
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  • Q12
    Imagery
    describing inanimate things as if they are alive
    an overexaggeration
    vivid descriptions that appeal to the five senses
    comparing two things using like or as
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  • Q13
    Internal Conflict
    a struggle to survive in nature
    a struggle with another character
    a struggle inside of a character; character vs self
    a struggle with force outside of your control; character vs fage
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