The Phone Call

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Which is best described as the climax of the story?
Paul's dad promises to take him to the baseball stadium.
Paul performs poorly in school.
Paul waits to play catch with his dad.
Mr. Matthews encourages Paul to talk about his feelings.
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How does Paul change after this moment?
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Which of the following is best described as rising action?
Paul reflected on Mr. Matthews' words as he walked home.
Paul leaves a message for his dad telling him how he feels.
Paul did his assignments with a clear head.
Paul performs poorly in school.
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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?
Resolution
Exposition
Climax
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 Paul leaves a message for his dad telling him how he feels?
Climax
Exposition
Rising Action
Falling Action
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Which part of the story is it Paul leaves a message for his dad telling him how he feels? Explain your answer.
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Which is best described as the resolution of the story?
Paul's dad promises to take him to the baseball stadium.
Paul does his assignments with a clear head.
Mr. Matthews encourages Paul to talk about his feelings.
Paul falls asleep while trying to read the first page of his book.
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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?
Paul works to get good grades so his dad will notice him.
Paul and his dad work to treat one another with respect.
Paul trains to become the star pitcher of the baseball team.
Paul deals with destructive emotions that influence his behavior.
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Describe the central conflict in the story using your own words.
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Which best describes the moment when Paul falls asleep while reading the first page of his book?
Climax
Rising Action
Resolution
Falling Action
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Why do you believe this? Explain your answer.
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Which is best described as falling action?
Mr. Matthews asks Paul to stay after class.
Paul puts away his baseball glove when it gets dark.
Paul's dad promises to take him to the baseball stadium.
Paul feels better after expressing his feelings.
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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 Paul waits to play catch with his dad?
Exposition
Climax
Falling Action
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?
Nobody should ever let you down or disappoint you.
Never give up on your family.
Baseball is not as important as doing well in school.
Talking about your feelings helps you heal.
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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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