Bronx Masquerade Quiz 2

1 Selected Response

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2 Constructed Response (answer two of the following questions)

  • Tanisha Scott says, “My heart beats like a talking drum.” What type of figurative language is used. How do you know?
  • Leslie Lucas says, “We dip into a pool of tears.” What type of figurative language is used. How do you know?
  • On page 53, Leslie says that Amy seems to be  happy by herself. Then on page 104, we learn that Amy wishes she had a friend. This is an example of irony. What kind of irony is being expressed?

dramatic irony, when the reader or audience member is aware of something that the characters are not aware of;
situational irony, when something happens that is the reverse of what you expected; and
verbal irony, when the name or description of something implies the opposite of the truth (for example, calling a very tall person “Tiny”).

  • Characterize or describe Sterling “Sampson” Hughes. How is he different than some of his classmates.
  • How is the box used as a symbol in Devon’s life?black-box-isolated

3 Extended Constructed  Response

You are having a birthday party and need to invite three characters from Bronx Masquerade to the gathering. Which characters would you choose? Why?

Bronx Masquerade Quiz 1

1 Selected Response

1. Open https://join.quizizz.com in your browser
2. Enter the 6-digit game code 005006 , and click “Proceed”
3. Now enter your name and click “Join Game!”
4. You will get an avatar, and then see a “Start Game” button. Click it to begin!

2 Constructed Response (answer two of the following questions)

Why does Devon call himself “Surprise” at the end of his poem on page 32?

On page 41, Gloria says, “Once you have a kid, everything changes.” What does she mean by this?

On page 39, Tyrone says that Lupe never smiles. Then on page 40, Gloria says Lupe is smiling at her. This is an example of irony. What kind of irony is being expressed?

dramatic irony, when the reader or audience member is aware of something that the characters are not aware of;
situational irony, when something happens that is the reverse of what you expected; and
verbal irony, when the name or description of something implies the opposite of the truth (for example, calling a very tall person “Tiny”).

On page 34, Lupe says other teachers getting mad at Mr. Ward. Why?

3 Extended Constructed  Response

Which character can you relate to? Explain your connection to this character.