Reading: Island story
Quiz by Inga Simončiuk
Feel free to use or edit a copy
includes Teacher and Student dashboards
Measure skillsfrom any curriculum
Tag the questions with any skills you have. Your dashboard will track each student's mastery of each skill.
- edit the questions
- save a copy for later
- start a class game
- automatically assign follow-up activities based on students’ scores
- assign as homework
- share a link with colleagues
- print as a bubble sheet
- Q 1/6Score 0Why is John Sailike sad?29He misses friends from his community.He regrets his childhood.He doesn't want to leave the island.He can't hear the sea at night.
Our brand new solo games combine with your quiz, on the same screen
Correct quiz answers unlock more play!
- Q1Why is John Sailike sad?He misses friends from his community.He regrets his childhood.He doesn't want to leave the island.He can't hear the sea at night.30s
- Q2What do people do on the island?Men and women do similar work.They try to provide their own food.They have frequent contact with the outside world.They use a lot of electricity.30s
- Q3What first impressions of the island does the writer give?People on the island are unhappy.Islanders need more help from the outside world.It's difficult for islanders to live there.Life on the island is very simple.30s
- Q4Which of these things is not a problem for the islands?A poor food supply.More risk of illnesses.Fresh water shortages.Too many people.30s
- Q5What might happen when the islanders relocate?They won't be able to find work.They won't be able to communicate.People will forget Carteret traditions.Tehre won't be enough food and shelter.30s
- Q6How have people helped the islanders?They have supported the younger generations.They have built them new homes.They have researched climate change.They have tried to protect their traditions.45s
Teachers give this quiz to your class