5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Roy learns from this quote that following his heart can be a good thing. He steps up and protects the owls
- Mullet Fingers
- Stand up for what you believe in, Perseverance and Adapting/ being flexible
- Carl Hiaasen
- a What are the three main recurring themes in the novel Hoot?
- b Why is this quote important, "You have to decide between your head and your heart?"
- c What is the name of the author of the novel Hoot?
- d a figure of speech that compares two unlike things that have something in common using the words "like" or "as"
- e Who puts the gators in potties in the potties, deflates the tires, and pulls out stakes again?
5 Multiple choice questions
- She looked as if she'd just won the lottery.
- Who was the important reporter in the story?
- Perseveres through injury, refuses help, feeds owls
- What important secondary/minor character is a bully?
- Is that this statement true or false, Mullet Fingers buried himself in an owl hole in a school playground?
5 True/False questions
because Dana is slow and fat, therefore he is assuring his escape → What is the key issue in this quote, "You have to decide between your head and your heart?"
Napoleon Bridger Leep → tells Roy to mind his own business
Eberhardt → What is Roy's last name?
Roy Eberhardt → Who said this quote "You have to decide between your head and your heart?"
impatient, cranky, rude, self-centered, pressured by boss → What is the EXACT last line of the novel, Hoot?