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1 “Butterfly” and “The Butterfly 12 pts. out of 40 pts. (33%) of the Reading and Responding section 4 Multiple Choice 1 pt. each 2 Constructed Response 2 pts. each 1 Extended Response Essay 4 pts. total

2 Question 8: Which statement best describes the contrast between the garden and the wind in the second stanza of Lawrence’s “Butterfly”? A. The garden is warm; the wind is cold. B. The garden is soft; the wind is strong. C. The garden is colorful; the wind is white. D. The garden is safe; the wind is dangerous.

3 Answer to Question 8: Which statement best describes the contrast between the garden and the wind in the second stanza of Lawrence’s “Butterfly”? A. The garden is warm; the wind is cold. B. The garden is soft; the wind is strong. C. The garden is colorful; the wind is white. D. The garden is safe; the wind is dangerous.

4 Question 9: In line 2 of Kolatkar’s “The Butterfly,” the phrase “split like a second” suggests that the butterfly is A. quick. B. elusive. C. delicate. D. mysterious.

5 Answer to Question 9: In line 2 of Kolatkar’s “The Butterfly,” the phrase “split like a second” suggests that the butterfly is A. quick. B. elusive. C. delicate. D. mysterious.

6 Question 10: Which main idea do the two poems have in common? A. Butterflies are beautiful. B. Butterflies inspire curiosity. C. Butterflies are skilled in flight. D. Butterflies face frequent dangers.

7 Answer to Question 10: Which main idea do the two poems have in common? A. Butterflies are beautiful. B. Butterflies inspire curiosity. C. Butterflies are skilled in flight. D. Butterflies face frequent dangers.

8 Question 11: What is similar about the speakers’ experiences with butterflies? A. Both speakers are annoyed by the butterflies. B. The butterflies are with both speakers briefly. C. Both speakers fear the butterflies. D. The butterflies land on both speakers.

9 Answer to Question 11: What is similar about the speakers’ experiences with butterflies? A. Both speakers are annoyed by the butterflies. B. The butterflies are with both speakers briefly. C. Both speakers fear the butterflies. D. The butterflies land on both speakers.

10 Question 12: Explain how Lawrence uses imagery to contrast two different settings in lines 4-7 of the first poem, “Butterfly.” nt/leap---grade-8-english-language-arts-practice- test.pdf?sfvrsn=2 – SAMPLE RESPONSE: The setting describing the blossoms of the red geraniums contrasts with the setting of the lifeless landscape of a windy sea or snowy hillside and suggests warmth through red tones.

11 Question 13: Identify one way butterfly wings are described differently in “Butterfly” and “The Butterfly.” Use one detail from each poem to support your response. nt/leap---grade-8-english-language-arts-practice- test.pdf?sfvrsn=2 nt/leap---grade-8-english-language-arts-practice- test.pdf?sfvrsn=2 – SAMPLE RESPONSE: The speakers describe how the wings look. In “Butterfly,” they are “veined,” “black-dotted,” and “big soft” wings. However, in “The Butterfly,” the wings are just a small “pinch of yellow.”

12 Question 14: Look back at the poems. Explain what the butterfly symbolizes in each poem. Use 2 specific details from each poem to support your response. ent/leap---grade-8-english-language-arts-practice- test.pdf?sfvrsn=2 ent/leap---grade-8-english-language-arts-practice- test.pdf?sfvrsn=2 (See link above for sample response information.)


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