Spring 2014 Review 1, 61. Chinese Cinderella is an example of...
nonfiction, fiction, poetry, drama
2. Jun-ling experiences conflict with all of these characters EXCEPT...
Aunt Baba, Big Sister, Niang, Second Brother
3. Which of the following things does Jun-ling%27s father NOT do regarding Jun-ling?
leave her at school, forget her Chinese name / birth date, sacrifice PLT (her duckling) during a lesson with Jackie, drop books on her head from the second floor balcony
4. Where does Jun-ling have the most confidence and highest self-esteem?
school, home, the streets of China, America
5. Which of the following advantages do the step-children receive that Father%27s children do not?
new, flashy Chinese New Year%27s clothing, spacious rooms in the new house, both of these advantages, none of these advantages
6. In the end, why does it seem that Niang favors Big Sister out of all of Father%27s children?
she wanted to marry her off to the son of a doctor, she wanted to teach her French, she wanted to have a travel companion, she just wanted to make all the other children feel left out
7. What is the name of the girl Jun-ling becomes good friends with?
Monica Lim, Wu Chun-mei, Regina George, Allison
8. Who is in power during the time period of this novel?
Mao Zedong, Nelson Mandela, President Clinton, Ms. Frizzle
9. When Jun-ling decides whether or not to enter the writing contest, she exhibits what type of conflict?
person v. person, person v. self, person v. nature, person v. supernatural
10. What is the significance of the egg Jun-ling receives at the boarding school named Sacred Heart?
she%27s shocked because she doesn%27t ever receive anything, it reminds her of her duckling, PLT, she%27s excited because eggs are her fav breakfast food, the egg holds no significance
11. Who is responsible for sending Jun-ling the egg at Sacred Heart?
her father, her classmates, Ron Burgundy , Aunt Baba
12. What does Jun-ling study once she arrives in England?
medicine, per Father%27s request, writing, as she desires, philosophy, underwater basket weaving
13. Which writing style was focused on in your research papers?
persuasive, argumentative, reflective, both persuasive %26 argumentative
14. Which of the following rhetorical strategies relies on an emotional reaction from an audience/reader?
logos, ethos, pathos, all of the above
15. Which of the following rhetorical strategies relies on logic and factual evidence?
logos, ethos , pathos, all of the above
16. Which of the following rhetorical strategies focuses on ethics and exhibits the credibility/reliability of a source?
ethos, logos, pathos, all of the above
17. Which rhetorical strategy employs the use of imagery, description, and figurative language to make a point?
logos, ethos, pathos, kettle corn
18. Which argument term is defined as %22a mistaken belief based on an unsound argument%22?
fallacy, logic, claim, Dodo Bird Syndrome
19. Which fallacy is described as: a string of if-then statements that start innocent but end in a hay-wire situation
slippery slope, avalanche, appeal to authority, the Ms. Fouts Fallacy, duh
20. Which fallacy presents a situation as if there are only two [undesirable] possible outcomes to the problem?
false dilemma/dichotomy , appeal to popular opinion, none of these , attacking the person
21. Which argument term involves presenting the OTHER side to your argument?
counterclaim, rebuttal , claim, evidence
22. What is another acceptible name for the term %22in-text citation%22?
parenthetical citation, in-text citation, Don%27t-Forget-This-Or-You-Will-Have-Plagiarized-Citation!, thingy w/ the author%27s name