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January 19, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Arts & Humanities, Performing Arts, Drama
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Roule Rivera 1st Period

RL11-12.1 Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text, including determining where the text leaves matters uncertain.  RL11-12.2 Determine two or more themes or central ideas of a text and analyze their development over the course of the text, including how they interact and build on one another to produce a complex account; provide an objective summary of the text.  RL11-12.3 Analyze the impact of the author’s choices regarding how to develop and relate elements of a story or drama (e.g., where a story is set, how the action is ordered, how the characters are introduced and developed) 

Answer these questions

on Induction to ACT III

Swap with someone

Which character is late for Katherine and Petruchio’s wedding?  (A) Petruchio  (B) Biondello  (C) The pedant  (D) Baptista

Which character is late for Katherine and Petruchio’s wedding?  (A) Petruchio  (B) Biondello  (C) The pedant  (D) Baptista

Who becomes Bianca’s music teacher?  (A) Gremio  (B) Lucentio  (C) Hortensio  (D) Grumio

Who becomes Bianca’s music teacher?  (A) Gremio  (B) Lucentio  (C) Hortensio  (D) Grumio

Which character is Petruchio’s servant?  (A) Gremio  (B) Grumio  (C) Biondello  (D) Hortensio

Which character is Petruchio’s servant?  (A) Gremio  (B) Grumio  (C) Biondello  (D) Hortensio

How does Lucentio declare his love for Bianca?  (A) Through a clever music lesson  (B) Through a sonnet he leaves on her pillow  (C) By whispering in her ear  (D) Through a Latin translation

How does Lucentio declare his love for Bianca?  (A) Through a clever music lesson  (B) Through a sonnet he leaves on her pillow  (C) By whispering in her ear  (D) Through a Latin translation

Where is most of the play set?  (A) Padua  (B) Verona  (C) Venice  (D) Warwickshire

Where is most of the play set?  (A) Padua  (B) Verona  (C) Venice  (D) Warwickshire

Whom does Baptista believe to be Lucentio for most of the play?  (A) Lucentio  (B) Hortensio  (C) Biondello  (D) Tranio

Whom does Baptista believe to be Lucentio for most of the play?  (A) Lucentio  (B) Hortensio  (C) Biondello  (D) Tranio

How does Petruchio prevent Kate from eating after their marriage?  (A) He tells her she is too fat.  (B) He says that the food is not good enough for her.  (C) He simply forbids her.  (D) He tells her that the food is poisoned.

How does Petruchio prevent Kate from eating after their marriage?  (A) He tells her she is too fat.  (B) He says that the food is not good enough for her.  (C) He simply forbids her.  (D) He tells her that the food is poisoned.

What is Christopher Sly’s profession?  (A) Tinker  (B) Tailor  (C) Soldier  (D) Spy

What is Christopher Sly’s profession?  (A) Tinker  (B) Tailor  (C) Soldier  (D) Spy

Who is Bianca’s father?  (A) Tranio  (B) Gremio  (C) Baptista  (D) Petruchio

Who is Bianca’s father?  (A) Tranio  (B) Gremio  (C) Baptista  (D) Petruchio

Who tricks Sly?  (A) A knight  (B) A lord  (C) A king  (D) A priest

Who tricks Sly?  (A) A knight  (B) A lord  (C) A king  (D) A priest

Who becomes Bianca’s Latin teacher?  (A) Tranio  (B) Hortensio  (C) Grumio  (D) Lucentio

Who becomes Bianca’s Latin teacher?  (A) Tranio  (B) Hortensio  (C) Grumio  (D) Lucentio

How does Petruchio set his wedding date?  (A) He asks Kate when she would like to be married.  (B) He falsely claims that Kate has agreed to marry him on Sunday.  (C) He consults Baptista.  (D) He consults Biondello.

How does Petruchio set his wedding date?  (A) He asks Kate when she would like to be married.  (B) He falsely claims that Kate has agreed to marry him on Sunday.  (C) He consults Baptista.  (D) He consults Biondello.

What is a “shrew,” as defined by this play?  (A) A burrowing creature that often ruined Italian gardens  (B) A chauvinistic and overbearing man  (C) An ill-tempered and disobedient woman  (D) An old man who tries to marry a young girl

What is a “shrew,” as defined by this play?  (A) A burrowing creature that often ruined Italian gardens  (B) A chauvinistic and overbearing man  (C) An ill-tempered and disobedient woman  (D) An old man who tries to marry a young girl

Why does Petruchio agree to marry Kate?  (A) He wants her father’s money.  (B) He likes her personality.  (C) He is desperately lonely.  (D) He is drunk.

Why does Petruchio agree to marry Kate?  (A) He wants her father’s money.  (B) He likes her personality.  (C) He is desperately lonely.  (D) He is drunk.

How are Bianca and Kate related?  (A) They are cousins.  (B) Bianca is Kate’s daughter.  (C) Kate is Bianca’s niece.  (D) They are sisters.

How are Bianca and Kate related?  (A) They are cousins.  (B) Bianca is Kate’s daughter.  (C) Kate is Bianca’s niece.  (D) They are sisters.



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