Hatchet Comprehension Test Standardized Test Style ReadyGen Text Collection

Hatchet Comprehension Test Standardized Test Style ReadyGen Text Collection
Hatchet Comprehension Test Standardized Test Style ReadyGen Text Collection
Hatchet Comprehension Test Standardized Test Style ReadyGen Text Collection
Hatchet Comprehension Test Standardized Test Style ReadyGen Text Collection
Hatchet Comprehension Test Standardized Test Style ReadyGen Text Collection
Hatchet Comprehension Test Standardized Test Style ReadyGen Text Collection
Hatchet Comprehension Test Standardized Test Style ReadyGen Text Collection
Hatchet Comprehension Test Standardized Test Style ReadyGen Text Collection
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Standardized Test-style comprehension test for p. 13-25 of ReadyGen Text Collection selection of the novel "Hatchet." Multiple Choice questions. Sample questions below.

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Which of the following context clues best help you understand the meaning of the word gestures?

“He waved his hands at Brian, made gestures in front of his face as if he were scratching something,

and he worked to make a word with his mouth but at first Brian could not see it.”

A. face and scratching

B. mouth and word

C. waved and hands

D. hands and face

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Which of the following does not support Brian’s idea that the most important rule of survival was that feeling sorry for yourself didn’t work?

A. “His leg still hurt, it was still dark, he was still alone, and the self-pity had accomplished nothing.”

B. “He put his head down on his arms across his knees, with stiffness taking his left leg, and cried until he was cried out.”

C. “It wasn’t just that it was wrong to do, or that it was considered incorrect. It was more than that – it didn’t work.”

D. “When he sat alone in the darkness and cried and was done, was all done with it, nothing had changed.”

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