Directions: Answer the following questions in paragraph form.
1. How is culture reflected in the behavior in concentration camps in Night? Use details and/or examples from the text as support.
2. In this unit we have read many stories in which characters face problems. You also face problems in your own life. Which character from the readings in this unit are you most like when you face adversity? Use details and/or examples from the selection in which your character appears and from your own life to support your answer.
3. Evaluate the use of ethnic cleansing as a solution for solving the social problems during the time of the Holocaust. Use details and/or examples from the novel Night as support.
4. In an appropriate graphic organizer, compare and contrast the themes in both Night and “Gary Keillor.” Use details and/or examples from the text to support your answer.
5. Evaluate the logic of the Jews’ refusal to believe Moshe the Beadle on his return from the forest near Galicia (chapter 1 of Night). Use details and/or examples from the text to support your answer.
6. Evaluate the appropriateness of the title “Night” for Elie Wiesel’s book. Explain why you believe it to be an effective or ineffective title using details and or examples from the text to support your answer.
7. In one of the final chapters of the book Juliek plays the violin as he dies. Why might Wiesel include this scenario in his book? What does it add to the story stylistically? Use details and/or examples from the test to support your answer.
Directions: Circle the letter of the correct answer.
8. When writing a fiction text, how do authors typically organize subsections of their text?
Students in your school often experience mistreatment. Using the writing process scoring guide, write a letter to persuade a fellow classmate to get involved when he/she sees instances of mistreatment. When turning in your final copy, turn in all evidence of the writing process (prewriting, drafting, revision).