From the jingle that Scout hears in Jems pockets a reader can conclude that

From the jingle that scout hears in jems pockets a

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1.From the jingle that Scout hears in Jem’s pockets, a reader can conclude that - a.Atticus think Jem is more responsible thanScoutc.Atticus wants Jem to but something at the store
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b.Jem and Scout will need money for schoolsuppliesd.Jem was not really delighted to take Scout to school ____2.The simile in paragraph 8 indicates that the students were - ____3.Which of the following best describes the main idea of paragraph 11? ____4.Based on information in paragraphs 14-15, which of the following appears to be true of Scout? ____5.What is the first sign that a reader notices that Miss Caroline is upset with Scout? a.Scout is asked to read from My First Readerc.Miss Caroline chooses Scout to read the alphabetb.Miss Caroline tells Scout to tell her father not to teach her anymored.A faint line appears between Miss Caroline’s eyebrows ____6.In Scout’s statement in paragraph 5 that Miss Caroline hauled me up to the front of the roomthe word hauledsuggests that Miss Caroline moved Scout - ____7.Read the following dictionary entry.harbor1. to give shelter 2. to conceal or hide 3. to keep or hold in the mind 4. to track downWhich definition best matches the meaning of the word harboras it is used in paragraph 7 ____8.Halfway through her first day, Scout wanted to leave school because -
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TKAM Mini Assessment Answer Section MULTIPLE CHOICE PTS: 1 PTS: 1 PTS: 1 PTS: 1 PTS: 1 PTS: 1 PTS: 1 PTS: 1
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