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    The Rockets Red Glare QuizDirections: Read The Rockets Red Glare on pages 10-16 of the September 2014 issue of Scope. Then click the bubble next to the BEST answer for each question below.

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    1. What is the main purpose of the prologue?

    A to introduce the plays main charactersB to give an account of the American RevolutionC to explain Britains conflict with FranceD to provide background information about the

    War of 1812

    2. In Scene 2, Francis Scott Key is characterized as ________________ .

    A courageous C furiousB anxious D serene

    3. Which of the following lines best supports your answer to question 2?

    A N1: The hot sun shimmers on the waves as the boat glides through the bay. (p. 12)

    B KEY: Youre quite sure the British wont fire on us? (p. 12)

    C SKINNER: Were displaying the truce flag. (p. 12)D KEY: I will not get in your way. (p. 13)

    4. You can infer from the play that Key wrote the poem that would eventually become our national anthem because

    A he hoped to become famous. B he wanted to inform future generations about

    the War of 1812.

    C he was trying to impress Officer Skinner and Dr. Beanes.

    D he wanted to express the strong emotions he felt during the battle at Fort McHenry.

    5. Which sentence best expresses a central idea of the essay Why Do We Sing the National Anthem at Games?

    A Something extraordinary happened that evening.

    B That night, our national anthem seemed to hold a special meaning for the people of Boston.

    C But as what happened at the Bruins game in April 2013 shows, our national anthem still holds tremendous meaning for many Americans.

    D Some argue that the song has nothing to do with sports.

    6. Why Do We Sing the National Anthem at Games? suggests all of the following EXCEPT:

    A Singing the anthem together unifies people.B In times of crisis, the national anthem can be

    particularly meaningful to people.

    C Most sports fans know little or nothing about the circumstances under which the national anthem was written.

    D People sing the national anthem to express their patriotism.

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    7. Describe the relationship between Francis Scott Key and John Stuart Skinner, as portrayed in the play. How does their relationship change over the course of the play? Use text evidence in your response:

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