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Touching Spirit Bear Final Exam Review
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  • Question 1
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    Which of the following events happened first in the novel?

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    Peter came to the island where Cole was serving his banishment

    Garvey used cake ingredients as an analogy for life.

    Cole burned down the shelter that Edwin had built on the island.

    Cole returns to the island after he leaves the hospital.

  • Question 2
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    What is the climax of Part 1 of the novel?

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    Cole attacks Peter and smashes his head on the sidewalk.

    Cole burns the shelter that Edwin had built on the island.

    Cole attempts to escape the island by swimming away.

    Cole is attacked by the Spirit Bear and almost dies on the beach.

  • Question 3
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    Which of the following is the climax of Part 2 of the novel?

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    Peter joins Cole on the island.

    Peter attempts suicide.

    Peter attacks Cole on the way to the pond to soak.

    Peter and Cole carve a perfect circle on Cole's totem pole.

  • Question 4
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    Why wasn't Cole able to excape from the island the first time he tried?

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    Cole tried to swim against the tide and was pushed back to shore.

    Cole was attacked by a Spirit Bear and almost died.

    Cole was hit by a tree that fell on him when it was struck by lightning.

    Edwin and Garvey returned and found him before he made it off the island.

  • Question 5
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    What animal did Cole see that made him realize that all life is precious?

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    the Spirit Bear

    baby sparrows in a nest

    whales in the bay

    a mouse in the cabin

  • Question 6
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    What event made Cole's mother realize that she needed to change?

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    Cole's father started abusing Cole and her.

    Cole was almost killed by a bear.

    Cole faced serious jail time because of his actions.

    Cole had to spend a year on an island.

  • Question 7
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    Why didn't Cole keep the fur that he had pulled from the Spirit Bear?

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    Cole knew that everyone would believe him because he had been hurt so badly.

    Cole didn't plan to tell anyone it had been a Spirit Bear.

    Cole was tired of lying and trying to prove his lies.

    Cole knew that no one would believe him even with the fur so he threw it out.

  • Question 8
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    When Peter arrived at the island, why didn't Cole sleep in the cabin anymore?

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    There just wasn't enough room for all of them.

    Peter was terrified of Cole and refused to be around him.

    Cole couldn't stand to be reminded of what he had done to Peter.

    Garvey wouldn't allow the two boys to be near each other.

  • Question 9
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    Which of the following was NOT included on Cole's totem pole?

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    a bear

    a mouse

    a raindrop

    a moose

  • Question 10
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    Which of the following would NOT be considered a theme of the novel?

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    Life is a circle and everything is connected.

    Respect cannot be earned back once it is lost.

    In order to grow, you must learn to forgive.

    Lessons for life can be found all around us if we choose to look for them.

  • Question 11
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    Which of the following is NOT a way that Cole dealt with his anger while he was on the island?

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    writing in a journal

    soaking in a pond

    carrying a rock up a hill

    carving a wooden totem

  • Question 12
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    Why did Cole agree to go through Circle Justice initially?

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    He believed that it could help him to become a better person.

    He didn't agree; he was put through it against his will.

    He thought he could con his way through and then run away.

    All of the above

  • Question 13
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    Which of the following is true concerning Cole's lawyer?

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    The lawyer was appointed by the state to represent Cole.

    The lawyer was hired by Garvey to work with Circle Justice and Cole's case.

    The lawyer quite representing Cole after his father stopped paying him.

    The lawyer had worked on the divorce case for Cole's mother and father.

  • Question 14
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    Why do Garvey and Edwin help Cole?

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    Helping teems is part of their own sentences from their court cases.

    It is their job; they get paid to do this.

    They are both appointed by the judge to help Cole.

    Helping teens is one way they can help themselves to heal from things in their past.

  • Question 15
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    When Garvey and Edwin returned to the island with Cole after he recovered, they said they were taking him back to the mainland after only a few days. Why did they want to take him back at that time?

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    They thought that Cole was not healed enough to be able to sruvive on his own on the island.

    They said Cole had not leanred anything at all and still blamed everyone else for his problems.

    They realized that Cole had already learned the lessons he needed to learn from the island.

    All of the above

  • Question 16
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    When does Cole finally see the Spirit Bear again after he returns to the island?

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    Cole sees the Spirit Bear after he dances the dance of anger.

    Cole sees the Spirit Bear after Garvey helps him build a new cabin.

    Cole sees the Spirit Bear after he convinces Edwin to let Peter come to the island.

    Cole sees the Spirit Bear when he understands how to become invisible.

  • Question 17
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    What did Edwin mean when he told Cole to become invisible?

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    Edwin meant that Cole had to camouflage himself into the forrest.

    Edwin meant that Cole needed to become impossible to be seen; transparent.

    Edwin meant that Cole had to become a part of his environment and clear his mind completerly.

    Edwin meant that Cole had to blend into his surroundings by using the environment to create a disguise.

  • Question 18
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    Which sentence from the novel best supports the idea that Cole must learn to heal himself?

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    "Wolves often hunted in a pack. Together, they accomplished more than they could along."

    "There's not enough room on this island for you and your attitude."

    "That's the hardest dance of all, because you face your anger and release it."

    "I think you're getting closer to understanding the secret of healing."

  • Question 19
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    Choose the sentence from the novel that reveals when Cole makes the decision to become a different person.

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    "Instinctively, Cole gathered what little spit he could in his mouth. When the meager fluid bathed his tongue, he stopped, paused, and then swallowed."

    "Cole picked up the makeshift spear in one hand, the knife blade in the other. Keeping his eyes on the big creature (Spirit Bear), he hurried along the shoreline toward it."

    "He closed his eyes, relaxed and let the balance shift. And as it shifted Cole felt himself floating upward into a cloud."

    "Cole had many things he wanted to explain but he was too weak and tired now."

  • Question 20
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    How does Cole change after he does his dance of anger?

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    He forgives his father and wants to start again with him.

    He doesn't really change; he had already become a good person.

    He is able to really see beauty in the world around him for the first time.

    He finally understands that he must help Peter in order to help himself.

  • Question 21
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    Select the answer that best supports the inference that attacking Cole was a turning point for Peter.

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    "It's warmer in the cabin if you want," called Peter's hesitant voice.

    Reluctantly, Peter came out and began carving at his own log.

    Withoug warning, Peter reached down and gave the ancestor rock a hard shove.

    For a long time, Peter let himslef be hugged, leaning back into Cole.

  • Question 22
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    Why can't Cole decide what to carve in the space he reserved for his dance of anger?

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    Cole must learn how to control his anger completely first.

    Cole must first learn how to help Peter.

    Cole only carves the animals that he sees; he didn't see an animal for the dance of anger.

    Cole is saving that space so that he can carve together with Peter.

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