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______________________. 1-100 Stage directions are instructions for whom? A. Stage crew B. Director C. Actors/Actresses D. All of the above.
1-200 Some stage directions describe the objects that actors need in the play. What are the objects called? A.scenes B. props C. objects D. act _______________
1-300 Drama is written in a special form called? A.Paragraphs B.Dialogue C.A play D.Script __________________________
1-400 __________________ In TV dramas, something often occurs between scenes or acts. What occurs? A. Stages are changed B.Actors change clothes C.Commercial breaks D.Actors study their lines
1-500 What two things are revealed through the dialogue of a play? A. Acts and scenes B. Stage directions and props C. Plot and character personalities D.None of the above ___________________
2-100 1 - 100 True or False You should always read the play out loud first. False: You should read it silently first.
2-200 True or False You should always read the stage directions because they help you visualize the action of the play. True
2-300 True or False Drama and fiction have no similarities. False
2-400 True or False A scene changes when the setting changes. True.
2-500 True or False In a movie or television script, the scenes are usually labeled by number. False: They are NOT usually labeled by number
3-100 1 - 100 Hoke was a character in which drama? A. Monsters Are Due on Maple Street B. Driving Miss Daisy C. Funny Boy D. Three’s Company __________________________
3-200 Who was a socialite who went overboard with Christmas decorations? A.Beulah B.Oscar C.Harvey D.Florine ____________________
3-300 Which character was put in a nursing home? A. Ms. Johnson B. Miss Daisy C. Idella D. Miriam ____________________
3-400 Which person was accused of being a monster because of something he read? A.Tommy B.Charlie C.Harvey D.Dixon ___________________
3-500 Who was the voice of reason on Maple Street? A.Steve B. Charlie C. Aliens D. JoEllen __________________
4-100 1 - 100 Who said the problem with prejudice is the silent people? A. Pate Van Horne B. MLK C. FDR D. Boolie ____________________
4-200 Why doesn’t the author put Maple Street in a specific town?
4-300 Les is the first accused, and his name is Goodman. What literary device is the an example of? ____IRONY_________ ____
4-400 What is a narrator’s job? _
4-500 Which two characters stay the same in “Daisy?” ______________________
5-100 1 - 100 Why are Daisy and Hoke driving to Mobile? A. Uncle Walter’s 90 th birthday B. To get a new car C. To go on a picnic D. Uncle Walter’s funeral ________________________
5-200 Where is Daisy going when Hoke first drives her? A. Winn Dixie B. Kroger C. Ingles D. Piggly Wiggly _____________
5-300 How much time did it take Hoke to convince Daisy to ride in the car with him? A. 7 days B. 6 days C. 4 hours D. 25 minutes __________
5-400 Why does Daisy not want Hoke to help her? _______________
5-500 Why does the author have the setting Of “Daisy” in the South?
6-100 1 - 100 What does Tommy really think the “meteor” really was? A.An alien spaceship B.A shooting star C.An airplane D.None of the above _________
6-200 Why does Charlie shoot Pete? A.He doesn’t like him. B.Pete shot at him first. C.He thinks he’s a monster. D.Pete takes a swing at him. ______________________
6-300 Why do the neighbors become suspicious of Les Goodman? A.He has a ham radio B.His car starts by itself. C.He has a telescope. D.All of the above _________________
6-400 Who do the aliens say is humans’ worst enemy? A. Humans themselves B. Aliens C. Pete Van Horn D. Tommy ____________
6-500 At what time did the people on Maple Street see what they think was a meteor? A.6:00 AM B.6:43 AM C.5:00 PM D.7:00 AM ________________
Name at least one vegetable that Hoke offers to plant for Miss Daisy’s garden.
Contestants: Please put down your writing tools and wait for further instructions.
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