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4 Characters Characters II Quotes/ Chara cterization Multiple Choice I Symbolism Multiple Choice 2

5 A kindly, crippled boy who may die A 100

6 TINY TIM A 100

7 Young Scrooge’s employer, to whom he was apprenticed A 200

8 FEZZIWIG A 200

9 Earns only 15 shillings a week from Scrooge and is treated very badly A 300

10 BOB CRATCHIT A 300

11 Shows Scrooge his own tombstone A 400

12 GHOST OF CHRISTMAS FUTURE A 400

13 Breaks her engagement to Scrooge because money has replaced her in his life A 500

14 BELLE (LOST LOVE) A 500

15 Looks both young and old B 100

16 GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST B 100

17 Give intro of Scrooge at the beginning of the book; warns of ghosts’ visits B 200

18 (JACOB) MARLEY B 200

19 Teases her father by hiding & pretending not to come home for Christmas B 300

20 MARTHA CRATCHIT B 300

21 Receives stolen goods from the thieves who robbed Scrooge B 400

22 OLD JOE B 400

23 Does not want to toast Scrooge B 500

24 MRS. CRATCHIT B 500

25 “It is cold, bleak, biting weather outside; foggy withal; and if you listen closely, you can hear the people in the court go wheezing up and down, beating their hands upon their breasts, and stamping their feet upon the pavement stones to warm them.” The previous passages from the story is an example of A. characterization B. imagery C. symbolism D. theme C 100

26 B. imagery C 100

27 “He had been revolving in his mind a change of life, and thought and hoped he saw his new-born resolution carried out in this.” A.Direct Characterization B. Indirect Char. from what the character says [Speech] C. Indirect Char. from what the character does [Actions] D. Indirect Char. from what the character thinks [Thoughts] E. Indirect Char. from how the character looks [Appearance] F. Indirect Char. for what other characters say/think about him or her [effect on other characters] C 200

28 D. Indirect Char. from what the character thinks [Thoughts] C 200

29 “Oh, but he was a tight-fisted hand at the grindstone….secret, self-contained, and solitary as an oyster.” A.Direct Characterization B. Indirect Characterization from what the character says [Speech] C. Indirect characterization from what the character does [Actions] D. Indirect Characterization from what the character thinks [Thoughts] E. Indirect Characterization from how the character looks [Appearance] F. Indirect Characterization for what other characters say/think about him or her [effect on other characters] C 300

30 A.Direct Characterization C 300

31 DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager

32 “‘If they rather die, they had better do it and decrease the surplus population.’” A.Direct Characterization B. Indirect Characterization from what the character says [Speech] C. Indirect characterization from what the character does [Actions] D. Indirect Characterization from what the character thinks [Thoughts] E. Indirect Characterization from how the character looks [Appearance] F. Indirect Characterization for what other characters say/think about him or her [effects on other characters] C 400

33 B. Indirect Characterization from what the character says [Speech] C 400

34 Scrooge raises Bob’s salary and assists his struggling family. A.Direct Characterization from the narrator. B. Indirect Characterization from what the character says [Speech] C. Indirect characterization from what the character does [Actions] D. Indirect Characterization from what the character thinks [Thoughts] E. Indirect Characterization from how the character looks [Appearance] F. Indirect Characterization for what other characters say/think about him or her [effect on other characters] C 500

35 C. Indirect characterization from what the character does [Actions] C 500

36 What is the significance of the setting? A.It helps support the themes of fairness and consideration that Charles Dickens wanted to get across to his readers. B. It helps make the story realistic to the reader. C. It helps create realistic characters that the reader can relate to. D. There is no significance in the setting. D 100

37 A) It helps support the themes of fairness and consideration that Charles Dickens wanted to get across to his readers. D 100

38 The cap that the Ghost of Christmas Past holds symbolizes A.The truth of Scrooge’s past including, Bell, Fizziwig, Dick Wilkins, and Fan. B.The years of selfishness, greed, and gold that overtook Scrooge’s life. C.The shame and guilt Scrooge feels for forgetting his past memories. D.None of the above. D 200

39 B) The years of selfishness, greed, and gold that overtook Scrooge’s life. D 200

40 Charles Dickens wrote this novel because A.He loved Christmas and wanted to emphasize its need for celebration B.He wanted to create a social change in Victorian England C.He wanted to escape the workhouse, so he wrote it for money D.He did not write this novel. D 300

41 B) He wanted to create a social change in Victorian England D 300

42 Why does Scrooge say he will love the door knocker as long as he lives? A.Because it is made of gold and is worth a lot of money B.Because it reminds him of his dear friend Marley C. Because it serves as a reminder of the night the spirits visited him D. He doesn’t say that he loves the knocker. D 400

43 C. Because it serves as a reminder of the night the spirits visited him D 400

44 What is Scrooge's reaction when Christmas Present shows him the Cratchit home and Bob's large family? (A)He thinks having that many children on so little salary is foolish. (B)He asks if they can visit another family while on their journey. (C)He is delighted by the love and warmth the family shares. (D)He wishes he had given Bob a bonus of money for Christmas. D 500

45 (A)He thinks having that many children on so little salary is foolish. D 500

46 Ebenezer Scrooge symbolizes E 100

47 People of Victorian England (did not want to give money to the poor) E 100

48 Marley’s Chains E 200

49 The money and priorities that he consumed himself with while alive E 200

50 The spirit of Christmas that Dickens’ wishes to see revived in England (NOTE: THIS NEEDS CHANGED IN YOUR NOTES) E 300

51 BOB CRATCHIT E 300

52 The uneducated, working-class factory children; they should be feared because if they remain uneducated England will collapse and be doomed. E 400

53 BOY IGNORANCE E 400

54 Poor children who do not have the common necessities (housing, food, clothing) E 500

55 GIRL WANT E 500

56 Scrooge remembers Fezziwig with such fondness because (A)Fezziwig paid him and Dick such a high salary. (B)Fezziwig made their apprenticeships a pleasure by his kindness and good nature. (C)Scrooge met his fiancée at Fezziwig's. (D)Scrooge received another job offer there. F 100

57 B) Fezziwig made his apprenticeships a pleasure by his kindness and good nature. F 100

58 Why does the young Scrooge’s fiancé break off their engagement? a)She is tired of waiting for Scrooge to marry her. b)She feels he now loves money more than he loves her. c)She has found someone else who loves her more than Scrooge does. d)She thinks he works too much. F 200

59 b) She feels he now loves money more than he loves her. F 200

60 What does the Ghost of Christmas Present sprinkle from his torch? a)Salt b)Incense c)Kindness d)Perfume F 300

61 c) Kindness F 300

62 Whose funeral does Scrooge think the three businessmen are discussing? a)His own funeral b)Jacob Marley’s c)Tiny Tim’s d)A poor, unknown stranger’s F 400

63 B) Jacob Marley’s F 400

64 What fate does Christmas Present predict for Tiny Tim? (A)That he will become healthier and stronger by the day. (B)That he will spend the rest of his life as a cripple. (C)That he will die by the next Christmas. (D)The ghost refuses to tell Scrooge anything because he is not the future. F 500

65 (C)That he will die by the next Christmas. F 500

66 The Final Jeopardy Category is: Short Answer Question Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin

67 What does the GHOST PAST symbolize? What does the GHOST PRESENT symbolize? What does the GHOST FUTURE symbolize? (complete sentences for full credit!!!!!) Click on screen to continue

68 PAST = memories and truth PRESENT = kindness and joy felt at Christmas FUTURE = death Click on screen to continue

69 Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! Game Designed By C. Harr-MAIT


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