ANALYZE AUTHOR'S CHOICE REVIEW
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  • Question 1
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    Q. The events of Holes are described out of sequence. This makes the book an example of a
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    sequential narrative.
    chronological narrative.
    parallel narrative.
    fractured narrative.
  • Question 2
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    Q. The flashbacks in the book Holes give the reader
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    a chronological sequence of events.
    more than one time frame and perspective.
    only one complete narrative storyline.
    unimportant pieces of information.
  • Question 3
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    Q. TRUE OR FALSE?
     Narrative structure is the way events in a story's plot are organized. 
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    TRUE
    FALSE
  • Question 4
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    Q. Read this excerpt from Holes:
    Back at school, a bully named Derrick Dunne used to torment Stanley. The teachers never took Stanley’s complaints seriously, because Derrick was so much smaller than Stanley. Some teachers even seemed to find it amusing that a little kid like Derrick could pick on someone as big as Stanley.
    Based on this flashback, what conclusion can be made about Stanley?
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    Based on this flashback, what conclusion can be made about Stanley?
    Stanley needs to stand up for himself.
    Stanley is used to difficult situations.
    Stanley is not bothered by Derrick’s bullying.
  • Question 5
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    Q. In the book Holes, how does the flashback about Stanley’s grandfather affect the reader?
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    It helps the reader understand why Stanley and his family always have bad luck.
    It helps the reader to understand why Stanley was sent to Camp Green Lake.
    It makes the story less interesting and more difficult for the reader to follow.
    It makes the story more predictable and easier for the reader to understand.
  • Question 6
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    Q. TRUE OR FALSE?
     Story events are often told in chronological order, but they don't have to be because the author can tell the story however they feel like they want to tell it.
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    TRUE
    FALSE
  • Question 7
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    Q. Read this excerpt from Holes:
    "Their life was not easy. Elya worked hard, but bad luck seemed to follow him everywhere. He always seemed to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. . . .After his barn was struck by lightning for the third time, he told Sarah about his broken promise to Madame Zeroni. “I’m worse than a pig thief,” he said. “You should leave me and find someone who isn’t cursed.”
    Why does Sachar include this information in the flashback?
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    to show that Elya has nothing to do with the bad luck Stanley is experiencing
    to show that Stanley needs to find Madame Zeroni in order to lift the curse
    to show that the Yelnats’ curse is tied to Elya’s betrayal of Madame Zeroni
    to show that Elya’s bad luck caused his wife to leave him for another man
  • Question 8
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    Q. TRUE OR FALSE?
    A flashback gives background information from the author's thoughts, words, or actions.
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    TRUE
    FALSE
  • Question 9
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    Q. In chapter 6 of Holes, the story of Stanley’s arrest and trial is told to the reader through the use of
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    chronology.
    a parallel structure.
    sequencing.
    flashback.
  • Question 10
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    Q. Which event from chapter 7 of Holes is related as a flashback?
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    Stanley’s shovel not making a dent on the ground
    Stanley jumping on the back of the blade with both feet
    Stanley’s grandfather falling in love with Myra Menke
    Stanley’s shovel fitting into the hole
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