Character  Which character is the hard-working older brother attempting to “save” the only family he has left? A.  Johnny ...
Character  Which of these gave his life to save school children in the burning church? A.  Johnny B.   Ponyboy C.  Sodapop...
Character  Which character has “dark-gold hair, dancing, recklessly laughing eyes,” and is always “happy-go-lucky and grin...
Character  Which character digs movies, books, and recites poetry by Robert Frost? A.  Johnny B.   Ponyboy C.  Sodapop D. ...
Character  Which character had jet black hair and looked like a little, dark puppy…the “gang’s pet”? A.  Johnny B.   Ponyb...
Plot Question The Outsiders describes the struggles  between two opposing gangs.  The names of the gangs are _____?: A.  T...
Plot  A chain of major events between the two gangs is set off when: A. Dallas comes back to town. B.  Darry goes to work ...
Plot  While in the hosipital, Johnny took comfort in seeing: A.  Cherry and Marcia B.  The Greasers C.  The Priest D.  His...
Plot  Dallas is in so much pain over losing Johnny that he foils a robbery in order to: A. Have the police shoot him B.  K...
Plot  In the end, Ponyboy is acquitted and finds a way to: A.  Steal Cherry away from Randy B.   Write his term paper C.  ...
Similes/ Metaphors  To quote the book, “explosions from the fire sound like gunfire” is an example of: A. Simile B.  Metap...
Similes/ Metaphors  To quote the book, “Dally grinned wolfishly” is an example of : A.  Simile B.  Metaphor C. Personifica...
Similes/ Metaphors  “ Living with his haircut is like living in a Halloween costume Pony can’t get out of” is an example o...
Similes/ Metaphors  “ The silent moment at dawn when everything holds its breath” is an example of: A.  Simile B.  Metapho...
Similes/ Metaphors  “ As in waves, memories rushed over Pony” is an example of: A.  Simile B.  Metaphor C. Personification...
Literary Device  The Socs status symbols are ALL of the FOLLOWING except WHICH ONE: A.  Madras shirts B.  Leather jackets ...
Literary Device  Most Greasers are proud of their: A.  Love of reading B.   Girlfriends C.  Long hair D.  Careers
Literary Device  Dallas Winston is the tough guy of the Greasers.  He gets into trouble with the law and prides himself as...
Literary Device  The horse that Soda considered his own is a symbol of A.  His desire to be a veterinarian B.   His desire...
Literary Device  Ponyboy recites the line from a poem, “Nature’s first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold.”  What do t...
Conflict When the Socs jumped Johnny and Ponyboy in the park.  This was an example of: A.  Internal Conflict (Mental) B.  ...
Conflict Ponyboy had difficulty and pain remembering Dally’s and Johnny’s death.  This is an example of: A.  Internal Conf...
Conflict Darry felt a need to provide for his younger brothers.  This is an example of: A.  Internal Conflict (Mental) B. ...
Conflict Dallas prompted a shoot out between the policemen and himself in the lot near the convenience store.  This is an ...
Conflict Johnny had fatal injuries he received while rescuing the school children from the fire.  This is an example of: A...
Signs of the Times Which entertainer did the Greasers admire? A.  Elvis Presley B.   Johnny Cash C.   The Beatles D.   The...
Signs of the Times A popular car in the late 1960s was the: A.  Volkswagon Rabbit B.   BMW C.  Cadillac D.  Corvair
Signs of the Times The boys and girls wore: A. Ponytails B.  Poodle skirts C. Skinny jeans D.  Tank style T-shirts
Signs of the Times Which country/western singer was popular in the late 1960s and still is known today? A. Tim McGraw B.  ...
Signs of the Times In the 1960s, if you were TUFF, you were: A.  Good at fighting B.   Cool to be around C.  Dressed in ex...
Characters Plot Fig Lang Lit Dev Conflict Signs of the Times 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 3...
Answer A Good Job Back to Board
Answer B Good Job Back to Board
Answer C Good Job Back to Board
Answer D Good Job Back to Board
1-5 & 16-20  Wrong Answer slide for A Back to Question
1-5 & 16-20  Wrong Answer slide for B Back to Question
1-5 & 16-20  Wrong Answer slide for C Back to Question
1-5 & 16-20  Wrong Answer slide for D Back to Question
6-10 & 21-25 Wrong Answer slide for A Back to Question
6-10 & 21-25 Wrong Answer slide for B Back to Question
6-10 & 21-25 Wrong Answer slide for C Back to Question
6-10 & 21-25 Wrong Answer Slide for D Back to Question
11-15 & 26-30 Wrong Answer slide for A Back to Question
11-15 & 26-30 Wrong Answer slide for B Back to Question
11-15 & 26-30 Wrong Answer slide for C Back to Question
11-15 & 26-30 Wrong Answer slide for D Back to Question
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  1. 2. Character Which character is the hard-working older brother attempting to “save” the only family he has left? A. Johnny B. Ponyboy C. Sodapop D. Darry
  2. 3. Character Which of these gave his life to save school children in the burning church? A. Johnny B. Ponyboy C. Sodapop D. Darry
  3. 4. Character Which character has “dark-gold hair, dancing, recklessly laughing eyes,” and is always “happy-go-lucky and grinning”? A. Johnny B. Ponyboy C. Sodapop D. Darry
  4. 5. Character Which character digs movies, books, and recites poetry by Robert Frost? A. Johnny B. Ponyboy C. Sodapop D. Darry
  5. 6. Character Which character had jet black hair and looked like a little, dark puppy…the “gang’s pet”? A. Johnny B. Ponyboy C. Sodapop D. Darry
  6. 7. Plot Question The Outsiders describes the struggles between two opposing gangs. The names of the gangs are _____?: A. The Sodas and the Pops B. The Crypts and the Bloods C. The Socs and the Greasers D. The Dawgs and the Cats
  7. 8. Plot A chain of major events between the two gangs is set off when: A. Dallas comes back to town. B. Darry goes to work as a mechanic. C. Ponyboy is attacked by a vagrant. D. Johnny knifes one of the Socs.
  8. 9. Plot While in the hosipital, Johnny took comfort in seeing: A. Cherry and Marcia B. The Greasers C. The Priest D. His mother
  9. 10. Plot Dallas is in so much pain over losing Johnny that he foils a robbery in order to: A. Have the police shoot him B. Kill someone else to get even with the Socs C. Get the Greasers attention D. Go back to jail
  10. 11. Plot In the end, Ponyboy is acquitted and finds a way to: A. Steal Cherry away from Randy B. Write his term paper C. Leave Windrixville forever D. Visit with the children he helped to save
  11. 12. Similes/ Metaphors To quote the book, “explosions from the fire sound like gunfire” is an example of: A. Simile B. Metaphor C. Personification D. Imagery
  12. 13. Similes/ Metaphors To quote the book, “Dally grinned wolfishly” is an example of : A. Simile B. Metaphor C. Personification D. Imagery
  13. 14. Similes/ Metaphors “ Living with his haircut is like living in a Halloween costume Pony can’t get out of” is an example of: A. Simile B. Metaphor C. Personification D. Imagery
  14. 15. Similes/ Metaphors “ The silent moment at dawn when everything holds its breath” is an example of: A. Simile B. Metaphor C. Personification D. Imagery
  15. 16. Similes/ Metaphors “ As in waves, memories rushed over Pony” is an example of: A. Simile B. Metaphor C. Personification D. Imagery
  16. 17. Literary Device The Socs status symbols are ALL of the FOLLOWING except WHICH ONE: A. Madras shirts B. Leather jackets C. Mustangs D. Corvairs
  17. 18. Literary Device Most Greasers are proud of their: A. Love of reading B. Girlfriends C. Long hair D. Careers
  18. 19. Literary Device Dallas Winston is the tough guy of the Greasers. He gets into trouble with the law and prides himself as being tough, because of all of the following, EXCEPT : A. He does not have anything else B. He does not have any self-esteem C. He only cared about Johnny D. Has been hurt too much in life
  19. 20. Literary Device The horse that Soda considered his own is a symbol of A. His desire to be a veterinarian B. His desire to take care of his family C. His capability of giving love D. His commitment to something
  20. 21. Literary Device Ponyboy recites the line from a poem, “Nature’s first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold.” What do these words symbolize? A. The colors of the gang B. A youth’s innocence C. The color palette D. A garden
  21. 22. Conflict When the Socs jumped Johnny and Ponyboy in the park. This was an example of: A. Internal Conflict (Mental) B. Internal Conflict (Emotional) C. External Conflict (Man vs. Man) D. External Conflict (Man vs. Nature)
  22. 23. Conflict Ponyboy had difficulty and pain remembering Dally’s and Johnny’s death. This is an example of: A. Internal Conflict (Mental) B. Internal Conflict (Emotional) C. External Conflict (Man vs. Man) D. External Conflict (Man vs. Nature)
  23. 24. Conflict Darry felt a need to provide for his younger brothers. This is an example of: A. Internal Conflict (Mental) B. Internal Conflict (Emotional) C. External Conflict (Man vs. Man) D. External Conflict (Man vs. Nature)
  24. 25. Conflict Dallas prompted a shoot out between the policemen and himself in the lot near the convenience store. This is an example of: A. Internal Conflict (Mental) B. Internal Conflict (Emotional) C. External Conflict (Man vs. Man) D. External Conflict (Man vs. Nature)
  25. 26. Conflict Johnny had fatal injuries he received while rescuing the school children from the fire. This is an example of: A. Internal Conflict (Mental) B. Internal Conflict (Emotional) C. External Conflict (Man vs. Man) D. External Conflict (Man vs. Nature)
  26. 27. Signs of the Times Which entertainer did the Greasers admire? A. Elvis Presley B. Johnny Cash C. The Beatles D. The Supremes
  27. 28. Signs of the Times A popular car in the late 1960s was the: A. Volkswagon Rabbit B. BMW C. Cadillac D. Corvair
  28. 29. Signs of the Times The boys and girls wore: A. Ponytails B. Poodle skirts C. Skinny jeans D. Tank style T-shirts
  29. 30. Signs of the Times Which country/western singer was popular in the late 1960s and still is known today? A. Tim McGraw B. Hank Williams C. Kenny Chesney D. Garth Brooks
  30. 31. Signs of the Times In the 1960s, if you were TUFF, you were: A. Good at fighting B. Cool to be around C. Dressed in expensive clothes D. Driving a fancy car
  31. 32. Characters Plot Fig Lang Lit Dev Conflict Signs of the Times 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500
  32. 33. Answer A Good Job Back to Board
  33. 34. Answer B Good Job Back to Board
  34. 35. Answer C Good Job Back to Board
  35. 36. Answer D Good Job Back to Board
  36. 37. 1-5 & 16-20 Wrong Answer slide for A Back to Question
  37. 38. 1-5 & 16-20 Wrong Answer slide for B Back to Question
  38. 39. 1-5 & 16-20 Wrong Answer slide for C Back to Question
  39. 40. 1-5 & 16-20 Wrong Answer slide for D Back to Question
  40. 41. 6-10 & 21-25 Wrong Answer slide for A Back to Question
  41. 42. 6-10 & 21-25 Wrong Answer slide for B Back to Question
  42. 43. 6-10 & 21-25 Wrong Answer slide for C Back to Question
  43. 44. 6-10 & 21-25 Wrong Answer Slide for D Back to Question
  44. 45. 11-15 & 26-30 Wrong Answer slide for A Back to Question
  45. 46. 11-15 & 26-30 Wrong Answer slide for B Back to Question
  46. 47. 11-15 & 26-30 Wrong Answer slide for C Back to Question
  47. 48. 11-15 & 26-30 Wrong Answer slide for D Back to Question

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