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Beach Park

Block 7 Point of View Assessment

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Circle the correct answer.
Question #1:

Read the excerpt from “The Call of the Wild,” then answer the question.

Which point of view does the author use?


  1. limited third

  2. first

  3. omniscient third

Question #2:

Read the excerpt from “The Call of the Wild,” then answer the question.

Why does Buck not understand the shock of the club?



  1. He doesn't think.

  2. He has never felt that before.

  3. He doesn't see it coming.

  4. It doesn't hurt very badly.

Question #3:

Read the excerpt from “The Call of the Wild,” then answer the question.

What is the man in the red sweater trying to do?



  1. He is trying to punish Buck for misbehaving.

  2. He is trying to make friends with Buck.

  3. He is trying to rescue Buck.

  4. He is trying to show Buck he is the master.

Question #4:

Read the excerpt from “The Call of the Wild,” then answer the question.

Why does Buck finally give up?



  1. He wants to make friends with the man.

  2. He knows he doesn't have a chance against a club.

  3. The man surrenders.

  4. Buck feels safe.

Question #5:

Read the excerpt from “The Call of the Wild,” then answer the question.

Who is the narrator?



  1. Buck
  2. someone outside the story


  3. the man in the red sweater

Question #6:

Read the excerpt from “The Call of the Wild,” then answer the question.

How do we know this story is not told from the first person point of view?



  1. Buck is telling the story.

  2. The man in the red sweater is telling the story.

  3. Buck does not use the pronoun "I."

Question #7:

Read the excerpt from “The Call of the Wild,” then answer the question.

Is this statement true or false?



We know what the man in the red sweater is feeling.

  1. false

  2. true

Question #8:

Read the excerpt from “The Call of the Wild,” then answer the question.

Is this statement true or false?



The narrator is a character in the story.

  1. false

  2. true

Question #9:

Read the excerpt from “Robinson Crusoe,” then answer the question.

Which point of view does the author use?



  1. limited third

  2. first

  3. omniscient third

Beach Park

Block 7 Point of View Assessment

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Circle the correct answer.
Question #10:

Read the excerpt from “Robinson Crusoe,” then answer the question.

Which word best describes the character of Robinson Crusoe?


  1. quitter

  2. hopeless

  3. determined


  4. loser

Question #11:

Read the excerpt from “Robinson Crusoe,” then answer the question.

Which quote is NOT a dominant characteristic of Robinson Crusoe?



  1. I assisted myself to swim still forward with all my might.

  2. I struck forward against the return of the waves.

  3. I took to my heels and ran with what strength I had, farther towards the shore.

  4. It left me senseless, and indeed hopeless as to my own deliverance.

Question #12:

Read the excerpt from “Robinson Crusoe,” then answer the question.

Who is the narrator?



  1. Robinson Crusoe

  2. someone outside the story

  3. one of the sailors

Question #13:

Choose the best definition for this term.

narrator


  1. a person who tells a story

  2. a protagonist

  3. an author

Question #14:

Select the best answer.

If a character in a story is narrating the story, then the story is written in _______ person point of view.



  1. first

  2. omniscient

  3. third

Question #15:

Select the best answer.

If a character is telling the story, that character must be the protagonist.



  1. false

  2. true

Question #16:

Read the excerpt from “Robinson Crusoe,” then answer the question.

How do we know this story is NOT told in the third person?

  1. Someone outside the action tells the story.


  2. There is no use of the pronoun "I."

  3. Crusoe is telling the story.

Question #17:

Read the excerpt from “Robinson Crusoe,” then answer the question.

Is this statement true or false?



We know what Robinson Crusoe is thinking.

  1. true

  2. false

Question #18:

Is this statement true or false?

Most authors who write in first person use the protagonist to tell the story.


  1. true

  2. false



Beach Park

Block 7 Point of View Assessment

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Circle the correct answer.
Question #19:

Read the excerpt from “Robinson Crusoe,” then answer the question.

Is this statement true or false?

The narrator is a character in the story.

true


false
Question #20:

Select the best answer.

Authors who use an outside observer to tell the story are writing in the _______ person point of view.

third

first
Question #21:

Read the excerpt from “Robinson Crusoe,” then answer the question.

Is this statement true or false?

Crusoe gave up easily.


  1. false

  2. true

Question #22:

Choose the best definition of this word.

omniscient

  1. telling a story


  2. knowing and seeing everything

  3. able to predict the future

Question #23:

Select the best answer.

An author who describes several characters in a story but does not reveal information about some characters is using _______.



  1. limited point of view

  2. omniscient point of view

  3. first person point of view

Question #24:

Is this statement true or false?



Writing in third person allows the author to explore the feelings of only one person.

  1. true

  2. false

Question #25:

Is this statement true or false?

Writing in the first person allows the author to tell the story from any one character's point of view, not just that of the main character.


  1. false

  2. true



Beach Park

Block 7 Point of View Assessment

Answer Key

1. A -limited third

2. B -He has never felt that before.

3. D -He is trying to show Buck he is the master.

4. B -He knows he doesn't have a chance against a club.

5. B -someone outside the story

6. C -Buck does not use the pronoun "I."

7. A -false

8. A -false

9. B -first

10. C -determined

11. D -It left me senseless, and indeed hopeless as to my own deliverance.

12. A -Robinson Crusoe

13. A -a person who tells a story

14. A -first

15. A -false

16. C -Crusoe is telling the story.

17. A -true

18. A -true

19. A -true

20. A -third

21. A -false

22. B -knowing and seeing everything

23. A -limited point of view

24. B -false



25. B -true






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