87 pages 2 hours read

Watt Key

Alabama Moon

Fiction | Novel | Middle Grade | Published in 2006

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Exam Answer Key

Multiple Choice

1. A (Various Chapters)

2. D (Various Chapters)

3. C (Various Chapters)

4. B (Various Chapters)

5. A (Various Chapters)

6. C (Various Chapters)

7. B (Chapter 18)

8. A (Various Chapters)

9. B (Various Chapters)

10. D (Various Chapters)

11. B (Various Chapters)

12. D (Various Chapters)

Long Answer

1. Moon exhibits leadership qualities and values that are beyond his age range. Besides his propensity for survival, he ensures authorities find the students on the bus before he leaves them. He recognizes the importance of developing survival skills before moving to Alaska. Moon’s dismissal of his proposed presidency by peers is also a sign of his advanced maturity. (Various Chapters)

2. Moon’s greatest discovery is the value of friendship and family. Moon learns that Pap’s belief in independence has robbed him of the opportunity to have close relationships with friends and family, who are essential to Moon’s growth and healing. (Various Chapters)