Jeremy, a white boy who is often beaten for walking to school with and associating with the Logans, soon joins them. Questions for Chapters 1-4 Comprehension and Recall 1. Why doesn't Cassie understand Mr. Questions on chapter 7 of Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Chapter 1 Summary Cassie and her brothers, Stacey, Christopher-John, and Little Man, are walking to school on the first day of the school year, dressed in their Sunday best.
For this, the Logan children grow angry with him. She's afraid of trouble and violence; she's protecting Cassie. This resource is part of the Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry collection. These children do not get an education because they do not have buses to take them to school. She is assigned a seat in the first row.
Thus, the children, break the axle of the school bus that plagues them, and Papa stages a brushfire. If you use these, please make one and post it. How do the Logan children get back at the bus driver? How old is Christopher John? Why does he get in trouble on the way to and from school everyday? Questions on chapter 8 of Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. The bus incident not only shows that the White children enjoy seeing the black children covered with dust, it also emphasizes the fact that the black children have to walk to school. Turn the other cheek — there is more at stake here than Cassie's pride. Cassie, a fourth grader, is not eager to please her teacher, Miss Crocker. Wait, find another way to handle this.
How does Stacey grow up after the wagon accident? How old is Little Man? What is the problem that the Logan kids face at their school? He feels responsible for T. Questions on chapter 10 of Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Why does Stacey disobey Mama and go to the Wallace store? Where do the Logans live? This resource was reviewed using the Curriki Review rubric and received an overall Curriki Review System rating of 2, as of 2008-08-09. Questions on chapter 4 of Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. In fact, Cassie says, some children have to walk so far that they drop out of school. In what year did the price of cotton drop? After all, much of the novel encourages the reader to dislike T. How long does it take the Logan children to walk to school? Possible: He's prejudiced; thinks it's funny.
Why doesn't Cassie like T. How many brothers does Cassie have? Although lynchings are of course illegal, and in a novel about defiance in the face of racism, lynchings are certainly a great evil which must be fought, this lynching is complex. Possible: proud, angry, resentful, tough, impulsive, hot-headed, defiant, generous 10. Uncle Hammer is very angry, gets cold look in his eye, shows his disgust with Stacey's stupidity. Why does the Great Faith School start later and end earlier than the Jefferson Davis County School? This resource is part of the Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry collection.
How do they fix it? In what ways are Mama and Papa brave? It would be great if they were all listed under one collection. What happens to the Berrys? Why does it take the Logans and their friends an hour to walk to school? Morrison has let him make his own decision. Where does the story take place? Okay, so that's a bit of an understatement. However, the books are very old and dirty; they are books no longer needed at the white school. This resource is part of the Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry collection.
Questions on chapter 6 of Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. He also wants to force the Logan's off their land, in order to fulfill his vision of a pre- Civil War Granger plantation. It is unclear how much involvement Granger has in the violent attacks of the Wallace brothers, but it is unlikely that he discourages them. Questions on chapter 2 of Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Roll Of Thunderhear My Cry Chapter Question 1 3 Showing top 4 worksheets in the category - Roll Of Thunderhear My Cry Chapter Question 1 3. This kind of doesn't make any sense.
Explain the extent of and motivation behind Harlan Granger's harassment of the Logan family. Cassie and Little Man are two of the most important characters, and in this chapter we see their proud spirit. How many school buses are there for the white school? After school, Cassie runs to tell the trouble to her Mama, who is a teacher in the seventh grade. Clearly, the government of Mississippi is at least partly racist. How does Uncle Hammer show that the land is important to him? Questions on chapter 5 of Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. How do the landowners and storekeepers take advantage of the sharecroppers? But Miss Crocker is already there.
Ominous, dangerous, threatening, defiant Personal Response 13. Higher Level Thinking Skills 3. What kinds of arguments do you think Mr. He feels responsible; tries to protect his brothers and sisters from harshness of story. The conclusion centers around a lynching.