What experience makes Wind-Wolf want to stop attending the school? A. The teacher made fun of Wind-Wolf when he answered that there were 13 months in a year. B. The teacher made fun of Wind-Wolf's name and refused to call him by that name. C. A classmate's mother would not let Wind-Wolf play at her house because he was an American Indian. D. Wind-Wolf was forced to cut his long hair because all students are required to wear their hair short.

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What experience makes Wind-Wolf want to stop attending the school? A. The teacher made fun of Wind-Wolf when he answered that there were 13 months in a year. B. The teacher made fun of Wind-Wolf's name and refused to call him by that name. C. A classmate's mother would not let Wind-Wolf play at her house because he was an American Indian. D. Wind-Wolf was forced to cut his long hair because all students are required to wear their hair short.

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Question 2 of 5 Multiple Choice: Please select the best answer and click "submit." Why would the author's son think there are 13 months in a year? A. Because in the native tribal calendar there are 13 full moons in a year B. Because he hasn't been taught that information yet and is making a guess C. Because he has not learned to count properly past the number 10 D. Because he doesn't understand the question the teacher is asking
stion 3 of 5 Multiple Choice: Please select the best answer and click "submit." Read the following passage: He can probably count more than 40 different kinds of birds, tell you and his peers what kind of bird each is and where it lives, the seasons in which it appears, and how it is used in a sacred ceremony. He may also have trouble writing his name on a piece of paper, but he knows how to say it and many other things in several different Indian languages. Medicine Grizzlybear Lake, "An Indian Father's Plea" What purpose does the author's description of his son's tribal education serve in "An Indian Father's Plea"? A. To prove the teacher has a fear of the American Indian culture and is biased against Wind-Wolf B. To make the teacher understand that Wind-Wolf is intelligent but has learned things in a different way C. To let the teacher know that Wind-Wolf is a slow learner and the teacher should spend more time with him D. To show the teacher that Wind-Wolf is being brought up in the American Indian culture and doesn't need school
Question 4 of 5 Multiple Choice: Please select the best answer and click "submit." Read the following passage: Millions of dollars have been appropriated by Congress each year for "Indian Education." All you have to do is encourage your school to use these resources. My Indian child has a constitutional right to learn and maintain his culture. By the same token, I believe that non-Indian children have a constitutional right to learn about our Native American heritage and culture, because Indians play a significant part in the history of Western society. Medicine Grizzlybear Lake, "An Indian Father's Plea" Why is this passage from "An Indian Father's Plea" an appeal to ethos? A. Because it provides facts and evidence to support the author's argument B. Because it refers to respected institutions such as the U.S. Congress C. Because it uses strong words to evoke an emotional response in the audience D. Because it gives definitions and descriptions to better inform the audience

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Question 5 of 5 Multiple Choice: Please select the best answer and click "submit." In "An Indian Father's Plea," what does Medicine Grizzlybear Lake ask of the teacher? A. To make sure Wind-Wolf forgets his American Indian culture B. To give Wind-Wolf a second chance and treat him fairly C. To expel Wind-Wolf from school and send him back home D. To send Wind-Wolf to another class with a better teacher

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