15.How did Mark condition the soldiers about their mission? 16.What was the most dangerous part of the job and why? 17.What were some safety tips that Jerry had told his troops? 18.What could happen if people didn’t take breaks? 19.Why is bleach poured down the drain after blood? 20.What were the subteams Jerry created? How did this create an assembly line for the disposal and sampling of the monkeys?
21.Charlotte is 18. How did she react to the opportunity to do an autopsy? How would you feel about this? 22.At the end of the chapter, how many monkeys were still alive? 23.What if one of the soldiers became infected? What procedure do you think would be followed? 1.Why didn’t people want to leave the facility? 2.How did they maintain radio contact with the outside? Why this method ? 3. What happened just as Rhonda and Charlotte were sent out 4.How does a pressure suit work to keep viruses away from your body? How did this protect Rhonda? 5.How long had Jerry been in his suit and what were the effects on him? How did he feel by the end of the day? 6.During the cleanup what did they find lying around? What do you think was the source of these items? 7.Why did Sergeant Klages turn his back on the man in the restaurant?A BAD DAY 1.What were Frantig’s results on the Ebola test? What would have happened if it had come up with the opposite result? 2. Compare the procedures and actions on the second day with those of the first. - They were very rushed, but still very precise. 3.Compare Williams’ and Jaax’s story. Who do you believe and why? Does the author have any bias here? 4.How did the other monkeys react to the escape? 5.Why did Jerry veto the idea of shooting the monkey? How did he end up moving through that room? 6.Who did CJ run into outside the building and what was their conversation like? 7.What changes did Jerry make in procedure as the operation went on?
- Spring '16
- Alex McLean
- English, monkey house