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Number the Stars Review Game
PlotVocabulary and History CharactersThemesLiterary Devices I Potpourri
Plot 100 Why did the Danes destroy their own Navy?
Plot 100 To keep the Nazi’ s from using their ships.
Plot 200 How did the Johanson’s hide Ellen when the Nazi’s came?
Plot 200 They claimed Ellen was their daughter Lise.
Plot 300 What is the major conflict in the novel?
Plot 300 The Nazi’s wanted to arrest all of the Jews and ‘relocate’ them.
Plot 400 Why did Mama take the girls on a trip to Uncle Henrick’s?
Plot 400 So Uncle Henrick could smuggle Ellen, family, and few other people to safety in Sweden.
Plot 500 Why did Annemarie have to rip Ellen’s necklace off?
Plot 500 If the Nazi’s saw the necklace, they would know the Johansons were lying and that Ellen is not part of their family.
Characters 100 What are some clues that Peter is part of the Resistance movement?
Characters 100 He brings people Die Frie Danske, he’s always on the move, when he was out after curfew he brought Annemarie seashells, he helped hide the Rosens and brought them to Uncle Henrick’s, and led a group to the boat.
Characters 200 Why did Mrs. Rosen tell Annemarie it was important to be one of the crowd?
Characters 200 It could be used against them in the future.
Characters 300 Daily Double!!! Place your wager!
Daily Double Play The character of Peter is based on which real person?
Daily Double Play Kim Maulthe-Bruun
Characters 400 How does Annemarie’s character change through out the novel?
Characters 400 She begins as a light hearted child and grows as a girl with knowledge of what true friendship and gains an understanding of the evils of WWII.
Characters 500 Why is Lise’s character important to the story?
Characters 500 Because she is an expression of love and joy and the Danish spirit during WWII that the people of that country would fight for what was right in the ways that they could.
Vocabulary and History 100 “Three years, Annemarie thought with contempt. Three years they’ve been in our country, and still they can’t speak the language.” What does contempt mean?
Vocabulary and History 100 Disdain, anger.
Vocabulary and History 200 World War II began in what year?
Vocabulary and History 300 What is the prefix in inhumane and what does it mean?
Vocabulary and History 300 In = not
Vocabulary and History 400 What method did the Danes use most to smuggle Jews to Sweden?
Vocabulary and History 400 By hiding them in boats.
Vocabulary and History 500 How did the Danes feel about their king?
Vocabulary and History 500 King Christian was well loved and respected by his people.
Vocabulary and History
Themes 100 What is theme?
Themes 100 A universal message or truth about life that is recurring through out the novel.
Literary Devices 100 How the author feels about the subject.
Literary Devices 100 What is Tone?
Literary Devices 200 Lowry probably wrote this story to…
Literary Devices 200 To show the determination of the Danish people to protect their fellow countrymen.
Literary Devices 300 When Annemarie and Ellen discovered that Mrs. Hirsh’s button shop had been closed, this foreshadows…
Literary Devices 300 That the Nazi’s will soon start to arrest the Jews.
Literary Devices 400 What is Setting?
Literary Devices 400 Where and when the story takes place.
Literary Devices 500 When Annemarie decides to wear Ellen’s necklace, this symbolizes…
Literary Devices 500 Their strong bond of friendship.
Potpourri 100 What is Plot?
Potpourri 100 The sequence of events in a story.
Potpourri 200 ‘The soldier had a neck like a giraffe’ is an example of what literary device?
Potpourri 200 A simile.
Potpourri 300 ‘Uncle Henrik hates herring’ is an example of what literary device?
Potpourri 300 Alliteration
Potpourri 400 Define Flashback
Potpourri 400 A scene or event from the past that appears in a narrative out of chronological order, to fill in information or explain something in the present.
Potpourri 500 ‘He is a bulldog!’ is an example of what literary device?
Potpourri 500 A Metaphor.
Theme 200 The theme of fairy tales in the novel is most prevalent when Annemarie is telling a tale to herself while taking the basket to Uncle Henrik. What fairy tale is she telling herself?
Theme 200 Little Red Riding Hood
Theme 300 Why did Annemarie tell herself the fairy tale?
Theme 300 So she wouldn’t think of the danger she was facing.
Theme 400 Uncle Henrik tells Annemarie that being brave doesn’t necessarily mean not being scared. List one instance in which the reader can infer that Mama was scared, but acted bravely.
Theme 400 1)When she asked the soldiers to be quiet and not wake her children.When she asked the soldiers to be quiet and not wake her children. 2)When she told the soldiers that Aunt Birdie had died of typhus, but she would open the coffin anyway.When she told the soldiers that Aunt Birdie had died of typhus, but she would open the coffin anyway.
Theme 500 Man’s Inhumanity to Man
Theme 500 What is the theme that Lowry uses when dealing with the actions of the Nazis?