Gertrude the Great

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Which is best described as the climax of the story?
Getrude did just enough to get by.
Mr. Mister tried to motivate Getrude to work harder.
Gertrude had a dream.
Gertrude lived in her own house and was happy.
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How does Gertrude change after this moment?
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Which of the following is best described as rising action?
Gertrude had a dream.
Mr. Mister tried to motivate Getrude to work harder.
Gertrude began trying her best.
Gertrude lived in her own house and was happy.
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Identify one example of rising action from the story and explain why it is rising action.
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Which term best describes the first paragraph of the story?
Rising Action
Climax
Exposition
Falling Action
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Why do you believe this? Explain why your answer.
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Which best describes the part in the story when Gertrude began trying her best?
Falling Action
Climax
Rising Action
Exposition
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Which part of the story is it when Gertrude began trying her best? Explain your answer.
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Which is best described as the resolution of the story?
Gertrude lived in her own house and was happy.
Gertrude ignored Mr. Mister.
Gertrude had a dream.
Getrude did just enough to get by.
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What is the resolution of this story and why do you think that?
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Which best describes the central conflict in the story?
Gertrude is being harrased by a rude teacher.
Gertrude wants to live her own life.
Gertrude is in danger of failing all her classes.
Gertrude struggles to find the motivation to try her best.
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Describe the central conflict in the story using your own words.
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Which best describes the part in the story when Gertrude ignored Mr. Mister?
Rising Action
Resolution
Climax
Falling Action
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Why do you believe this? Explain your answer.
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Gertrude the Great
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Which is best described as falling action?
Gertrude ignored Mr. Mister.
Getrude did just enough to get by.
Gertrude had a dream.
Gertrude began trying her best.
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Identify one example of falling action from the story and explain why it is falling action.
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Which best describes the part in the story when Gertrude lived in her own house and was happy?
Rising Action
Exposition
Inciting Incident
Resolution
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Why do you believe this? Explain your answer completely.
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Which best expresses the theme or author's message in this story?
Always try your best.
You can't pick your family.
Life is about who you know.
Some people have it easy.
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Express the theme or author's message of this story in your own words. Use text to support your answer.
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