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          Multiple Choice
          Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

     Recall and Interpret (from Of Plymouth Plantation)
  1. What does the author believe kept a few people in                4. When Bradford calls Squanto “a special instrument
     the group safe from sickness?                                       sent of God,” it is clear that he
     a. remaining quarantined                                            a. suspected that Squanto was not yet a Christian.
     b. the Lord’s intervention                                          b. felt Native Americans were primitive people.
     c. limited local medications                                        c. believed all that happened was guided by God.
  2. Which Native American appeared to help the                       5. How does Bradford characterize winter in the
     colonists learn more about the land?                                excerpt from Chapter 9?
     a. Samoset                                                          a. bleak and dark
     b. Seneca                                                           b. cold and silent
     c. Squanto                                                          c. cruel and fierce
  3. What does the author mean when he says, “. . . they              6. What word best describes the “First
     tacked about and resolved to stand for the                          Thanksgiving”?
     southward (the wind and weather being fair) to find                 a. bitter
     some place about Hudson’s River for their                           b. destitute
     habitation”?                                                        c. hopeful
     a. The people wanted to avoid settling at
         Hudson’s River.                                              7. What role did Squanto play in the lives of the
     b. Everyone agreed to find the place with the best                  colonists?
         weather.                                                        a. peacekeeper
     c. They turned south to look for a place to live                    b. leader
         along the water.                                                c. interpreter

     Vocabulary (from Of Plymouth Plantation)
  8. Putting your faith in providence means trusting                      b. discounts.
     a. fate.                                                             c. automobiles.
     b. yourself.
     c. God.                                                         11. Emotions that are feigned are
                                                                         a. fake.
  9. To procure a job is to                                              b. sincere.
     a. look for one.                                                    c. inaccurate.
     b. get one.
     c. want one.                                                    12. If you resolve to do something, you are
                                                                         a. uncertain.
 10. A car dealer’s biggest commodity is                                 b. exhausted.
     a. salesmen.                                                        c. determined.

Essay Analyze and Evaluate (from Of Plymouth Plantation)
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 13. It is clear from the many references the author makes to God that he and the other colonists are religious people.
     Name two of the references he makes to God in the selection and why he does so.

          Evaluate and Connect (from Of Plymouth Plantation)

 14. The contract of peace between the colonists and the Native Americans has six separate points. Write a paragraph
     describing what the basic tenets of the agreement are.
Of Plymouth Plantation study guide
Answer Section

MULTIPLE CHOICE

  1. ANS:   B               PTS: 1                    DIF: A                 REF: p. 62
     OBJ:   monitoring comprehension                  STA: 10.1.4 | R.I-1
     TOP:   Unit 1 | Part 2
     KEY:   comprehension | knowledge | recall | interpret | from Of Plymouth Plantation
  2. ANS:   A               PTS: 1                    DIF: A                 REF: p. 62
     OBJ:   monitoring comprehension                  STA: 10.1.4 | R.I-1
     TOP:   Unit 1 | Part 2
     KEY:   comprehension | recall | interpret | from Of Plymouth Plantation
  3. ANS:   C               PTS: 1                    DIF: C                 REF: p. 62
     OBJ:   monitoring comprehension                  STA: 10.2.1 | R.III-3
     TOP:   Unit 1 | Part 2
     KEY:   comprehension | application | analysis | from Of Plymouth Plantation
  4. ANS:   C               PTS: 1                    DIF: C                 REF: p. 62
     OBJ:   analyzing the effects of diction          STA: 10.2.1 | R.III-3
     TOP:   Unit 1 | Part 2
     KEY:   effects of diction | application | analysis | interpret | from Of Plymouth Plantation
  5. ANS:   C               PTS: 1                    DIF: A                 REF: p. 62
     OBJ:   analyzing the effects of imagery          STA: 10.2.1 | R.III-3
     TOP:   Unit 1 | Part 2
     KEY:   effects of imagery | recall | interpret | from Of Plymouth Plantation
  6. ANS:   C               PTS: 1                    DIF: A                 REF: p. 62
     OBJ:   monitoring comprehension                  STA: 10.1.5 | R.II-2
     TOP:   Unit 1 | Part 2
     KEY:   comprehension | recall | knowledge | from Of Plymouth Plantation
  7. ANS:   C               PTS: 1                    DIF: A                 REF: p. 62
     OBJ:   recognizing supporting details            STA: 10.1.5 | R.II-2
     TOP:   Unit 1 | Part 2
     KEY:   supporting details | comprehension | recall | from Of Plymouth Plantation
  8. ANS:   C               PTS: 1                    DIF: A                 REF: p. 62
     OBJ:   expanding vocabulary                      STA: 10.1.2 | R.IV-1
     TOP:   Unit 1 | Part 2
     KEY:   vocabulary | comprehension | recall | from Of Plymouth Plantation
  9. ANS:   B               PTS: 1                    DIF: A                 REF: p. 62
     OBJ:   expanding vocabulary                      STA: 10.1.2 | R.IV-1
     TOP:   Unit 1 | Part 2
     KEY:   vocabulary | recall | comprehension | from Of Plymouth Plantation
 10. ANS:   C               PTS: 1                    DIF: A                 REF: p. 62
     OBJ:   expanding vocabulary                      STA: 10.1.2 | R.IV-1
     TOP:   Unit 1 | Part 2
     KEY:   vocabulary | comprehension | recall | interpret | from Of Plymouth Plantation
 11. ANS:   A               PTS: 1                    DIF: A                 REF: p. 62
     OBJ:   expanding vocabulary                      STA: 10.1.2 | R.IV-1
     TOP:   Unit 1 | Part 2
     KEY:   vocabulary | comprehension | recall | interpret | from Of Plymouth Plantation
 12. ANS:   C               PTS: 1                    DIF: A                 REF: p. 62
     OBJ:   expanding vocabulary                      STA: 10.1.2 | R.IV-1
     TOP:   Unit 1 | Part 2
     KEY:   vocabulary | comprehension | recall | from Of Plymouth Plantation
SHORT ANSWER

 13. ANS:
     Answers may vary. Possible answers include:
     It pleased God to save the one man who almost drowned from falling overboard.
     It was God’s providence that they finally reached land.
     The colonists blessed God in Heaven for making it across the ocean.
     Their situation of being stranded on the land is compared with the story of St. Paul.
     They considered Squanto to be a gift from God.

      PTS: 1               DIF: C                  REF: p. 62              OBJ: analyzing the effects of diction
      STA: 10.1.5 | 10.2.1 | R.II-2 | R.III-3      TOP: Unit 1 | Part 2
      KEY: effects of diction | application | analysis | evaluation | from Of Plymouth Plantation


ESSAY

 14. ANS:
     Answers may vary. Possible answers include:
     The agreement is that neither people would hurt the other if at all possible. If someone did hurt a member of the other
     group, that person was to be presented to the others for discipline or punishment. They agreed not to take each other’s
     belongings and to support each other if war was declared upon either group. Together they would do their best to maintain
     peace between themselves and with their neighbors.

      PTS: 1              DIF: E              REF: p. 62              OBJ: summarizing information
      STA: 10.7.1 | R.I-1                     TOP: Unit 1 | Part 2
      KEY: summarizing | comprehension | synthesis | evaluation | connection | from Of Plymouth Plantation

								
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