3Thank You, Ma’am What is a protagonist? Victim ThemeMain characterAuthorWho is the protagonist in Thank You, Ma’am?Langston HughesMrs. JonesThe pocketbookRogerChoose the letter of the correct answer
4Thank You, Ma’am Who is the antagonist in the story? Mrs. Jones The pocket bookLangston HughesRogerRoger tries to steal Mrs. Jones’ purse to buyFoodA new CDA gift for his motherBlue suede shoes
5Thank You, Ma’am Mrs. Jones makes Roger ________________. Something to eatGo to the policeCall his motherA new shirtMrs. Jones gives Roger ___________.$2$10$20$100
6Thank You, Ma’amWhat personal things do we find out about Roger from this story?No one is home even though it’s lateHe has no moneyHis face is dirtyAll of the above
7Thank You, Ma’am What was the external conflict in this story? What was an internal conflict in this story?When Mrs. Jones goes behind the screen to prepare supper, why does Roger sit where Mrs. Jones can easily see him?Give some examples from the story that show Mrs. Jones’ caring personality.Answer the following questions using complete sentences.
9____Profusely ____Boisterous ____Reprimands ____Jovial ____reluctantly Write the letter of the correct definition on the line next to the vocabulary word.____Profusely____Boisterous____Reprimands____Jovial____reluctantlyA. without wanting toB. happy; friendlyC. scoldingsD. generouslyE. noisy; wild
10Write the letter of the correct definition on the line next to the vocabulary word. ____Tradition____Discarded____Preceded____Ritual____lapseA. to endB. threw away or cast offC. a customD. came beforeE. the way a thing is regularly done
11A. a performance of music or dance Write the letter of the correct definition on the line next to the vocabulary word____Disengaged____Precisely____recitalA. a performance of music or danceB. pulled away fromC. correctly
12The Lottery Who conducts the lottery? Mr. Summers Mr. Graves Choose the letter of the correct answerWho conducts the lottery?Mr. SummersMr. GravesOld Man WarnerBobby MartinWhy is Mrs. Hutchinson late?She was doing laundryShe was taking a napShe forgot it was the day of the lotteryShe was doing dishes
13The LotteryWho draws the marked piece of paper during the first lottery?Old Man WarnerNancy HutchinsonBill HutchinsonJack WatsonHow do the people “finish” the lottery?By going to eat an early supperBy celebrating with a danceBy stoning the “winner” to deathBy burying the “winner” alive
14The Lottery Describe the story’s setting-it’s time and place. Answer the following question using complete sentencesDescribe the story’s setting-it’s time and place.What do the townspeople think about the lottery?How does the way Mrs. Hutchinson acts at the beginning of the story compare with the way she acts when her family is chosen?
15The LotteryExplain why it is ironic that Mrs. Hutchinson is the “winner” of the lottery.Give an example of foreshadowing from the story.