Multiple Choice Worksheet
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Date Shared: 12 March 2013
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How did the man break up the dog fight?
Why did the man feel the need to take care of the hurt dog?
What did the man have on his mantel?
Who is telling this story?
What is the setting of this book?
What did Papa buy Billy to help him get over the hurt of not getting the hound dogs he wanted.
What was the first animal Billy caught in his traps?
What animal could Billy not catch?
What is the main conflict in Chapter 2?
Which event changed Billy's life?
The two dogs would cost _____________ .
How long did it take Billy to earn enough money to buy the two hounds?
Why did Grandpa tell Billy not to tell his father about the dogs?
A good title for Chapter 3 would be:
Which statement from Chapter 3 is an opinion?
Which sequence best describes the order of events in Chapter 3? 1) Once he had saved $50.00 Billy took the money to his grandpa. 2) Billy works collecting berries, trapping furs, and selling vegetables to fishermen to earn money. 3) Grandpa became teary eyed. 4) Billy places the money he earns in an old K. C. Baking Powder can. 5) Billy celebrated by eating candy.
He started swinging his coat. He yelled and scolded the dogs. He threw rocks into the middle of the fight. He shook a stick at the dogs. Seeing the dog brought back memories of a dog the man had as a young boy. The man worked for the city, and it was his duty to care for the dog. The man had a kind heart and hated to see any animal bested by others. two cups an old clock green candles a trophy Billy Grandpa Papa a coon dog The story takes place in the Ozark Mountains on the Illinois River in northeastern Oklahoma. The story takes place in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. The story takes place in the Catskills on the Delaware River in New York. The story takes place in the Blue Ridge Mountains in western North Carolina. traps candy a bike a cat a cat a rat a squirrel a skunk raccoon rabbit opossum skunk Billy wants coon dogs, but his family is too poor to buy them for him. Billy has to work too hard on the farm to have time to do the things he wants to do. Billy is having trouble catching the rats in the barn. Billy is always catching the cat in his trap. finding a sportsman's magazine finding a knife stuck in the bark of a sycamore tree going camping with his grandpa going fishing at Shannon Ford $50 $100 $25 $75 2 years 6 months 1 year 3 years Pa would spend the money on a mule. Pa would give the money to Ma for house goods. Pa would make Billy save the money for something more useful. Pa wanted to buy a new house in town and would use the money to go towards the house fund. Time to Buy the Pups The Candy A Trip to Grandpa's Store Grandpa's Unusual Day It was too much for my grandfather. Grandpa stared at me over his glasses, and then back at the money. Taking his eyes from me, he glanced back at the money. He turned and walked away. 2, 4, 1, 3, 5 1, 4, 5, 3, 2 3, 4, 2, 5, 4 4, 1, 2, 3, 5
12 March 2013
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