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2 2. At the end of Chapter 1, Louis comes upstairs, hungry, and eats the only apple in the room, which was really. Answer: Mrs. Gorf 3. At the beginning of Chapter 2, when Mrs. Jewls walks into the classroom she thinks that all of the children must be because they were too cute to be children. Answer: Monkeys 4. In Chapter 2, the students are told that Mrs. Jewls is a teacher. Answer: Terrible Nice 5. In Chapter 2, Todd breaks the no talking rule and has his name written on the board under. Answer: Discipline MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. On the first day, how many students did Mrs. Gorf turn into apples? a. 24 b. 4 c. 12 d. 8 Answer: b. 4

3 2. In Chapter 1, when Louis, the yard teacher sees twenty-four apples in Mrs. Gorf s classroom he thinks that Mrs. Gorf a. is turning all her students into apple b. is the best teacher in the world c. really likes apples d. conducting a science experiment using apples Answer: b. is the best teacher in the world 3. In Chapter 2, Mrs. Jewls has been told she would be teaching: a. horribly cute children b. extremely well behaved children c. horrible children d. very smart children Answer: a. horribly cute children 4. In Chapter 3, who cannot count the number of hairs on their head and when they try to count, their numbers are all out of order? a. Joe b. Jenny c. Todd d. Sharie Answer: a. Joe 5. In Chapter 3, Mrs. Jewls helps her student to count correctly by practicing with which of the following: a. Pencils b. Potatoes c. Books d. Erasers e. All of the above

4 Answer: e. All of the above TRUE AND FALSE 1. Mrs. Gorf is known as the nicest at Wayside School. Answer: False 2. Mrs. Gorf is the teacher on the thirteenth floor. Answer: True 3. In Chapter 2, Mrs. Jewls eventually believes the students when they say they are not monkeys. Answer: True 4. Mrs. Jewls thinks the children must be monkeys because they are too ugly to actually be children. Answer: False 5. In Chapter 3, the following day after Mrs. Jewls teaches Joe how to count correctly, Joe knows how to count and knows how many hairs are on his head. Answer: True

5 ESSAYS 1. Explain what happened to Mrs. Gorf and why she is no longer the student s teacher. Answer: When the children try to go tell Louis, Mrs. Gorf tells them she will change them back into apples. Jenny holds up a mirror and Mrs. Gorf turns herself into an apple instead, leaving the students without a teacher. Louis comes upstairs, hungry, and eats the only apple in the room, which was really Mrs. Gorf. Understanding because it demonstrates the student s comprehension of facts and ideas by organizing, interpreting, and giving descriptions. 2. Distinguish the dissimilarities and similarities between Wayside School and your own school? Answer: Looking for distinct parallels and differences made between the two schools. Does the student use accurate details found in the story? Analyzing because it causes the students to make inferences and find evidence to support their generalizations. 3. Compare and Contrast Mrs. Gorf or Mrs. Jewls. Who do you think is a better teacher? Why? Answer: Looking for accurate descriptions of each teacher through the use of adjectives and evidence that is supported from the story. Analyzing because it causes the students to make inferences and find evidence to support their generalizations. 4. Who is your favorite character and how would you describe him or her?

6 Answer: Looking for a detailed description of the chosen character that includes personality traits, how they are important to the story, and what makes them stand out amongst the rest of the characters. Understanding because it demonstrates the student s comprehension of facts and ideas by organizing, interpreting, and giving descriptions. 5. Is Sideways Stories from Wayside School realistic fiction or non-fiction? Why? Answer: Sideways Stories is fiction because it is about imaginary events and people. Applying because it causes the students to use their new knowledge of what fiction and non-fiction is to adequately answer the question.

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