On the Sidewalk Bleeding: Summary & Themes


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What are two of the main themes in ''On the Sidewalk Bleeding''?

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1. ''On the Sidewalk Bleeding'' has what kind of narration?

2. In ''On the Sidewalk Bleeding,'' which of the following is NOT a thought that runs through Andy's mind in his last hour?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz will ask you multiple-choice questions about the short story, ''On the Sidewalk Bleeding''. You'll be quizzed on the story's themes, narration style and characters.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll be challenged to:

  • Identify the novel's two main themes
  • Name the type of narration that's used in On the Sidewalk Bleeding
  • Choose a question about social responsibility
  • Understand why Andy removes his jacket
  • Determine which characters raise the question of social responsibility

Skills Practiced

You'll apply the following skills:

  • Reading comprehension - take away the most important information from the ''On the Sidewalk Bleeding'' lesson
  • Information recall - apply knowledge you've gained regarding the novel's narration
  • Knowledge application - use what you know about ''On the Sidewalk Bleeding'' to answer questions about social responsibility

Additional Learning

''On the Sidewalk Bleeding'': Summary & Themes is a related lesson that goes into more detail about the short story. The lesson helps students:

  • Summarize the story
  • Identify the story's author and year of publication
  • Learn how old the story's protagonist is
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