A Lesson Before Dying Chapter 5


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Where does Chapter 5 of A Lesson Before Dying take place?

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1. In Chapter 5 of A Lesson Before Dying, how does Grant react when he catches a student using his fingers to count?

2. In Chapter 5 of A Lesson Before Dying, what does Grant think about when he steps outside and looks at the houses?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz/worksheet combo will check your understanding of the meaning in A Lesson Before Dying Chapter 5 and how the actions between the main characters impact the story.

Quiz and Worksheet Goals

This quiz will test you on major developments in the chapter, including:

  • The setting of A Lesson Before Dying Chapter 5
  • A description of the fate of Jefferson in the story
  • The motivation behind Grant's reactions to a student

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - comprehend the importance of the setting in chapter 5 of A Lesson Before Dying
  • Interpreting information - accurately interpret the meaning of Jefferson's fate in the story
  • Knowledge application - understand the motivation behind Grant's interaction with a pupil in the chapter

Additional Learning

To review more information about interpersonal relationships in this novel, read the lesson called A Lesson Before Dying Chapter 5. This lesson will help you learn more about the following:

  • The significance of Farrell Jarreau
  • A revelation of an event in Jefferson's future
  • The demeanor of Grant in the chapter