Tuck Everlasting: Setting & Quotes

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Setting is usually defined as a description of what?

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1. in Tuck Everlasting, who owns the woods in Treegap?

2. In Tuck Everlasting, who does Winnie's grandmother say is making the music in the woods?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz/worksheet pair is made up of multiple-choice questions related to the setting in Tuck Everlasting as well as quotes from the novel. While most questions pertain to Tuck Everlasting in particular, some questions will ask you more general questions related to setting.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

We want to see if you know:

  • What setting is
  • Who owns the woods in Treegap
  • According to Winnie's grandmother who is making the music in the woods
  • Differences between the Foster house and the Tuck house
  • What Tuck compares the water to when he's with Winnie

Skills Practiced

You'll practice these skills during the quiz

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related Tuck Everlasting lesson
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define main terms, such as setting
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding who Winnie's grandmother thinks is making the music in the woods
  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast the Foster house and the Tuck House
  • Interpreting information -  verify that you read and interpreted Tuck's water analogy correctly

Additional Learning

If you struggled with this quiz be sure to check out our lesson, Tuck Everlasting Setting & Quotes. Our lesson will help you review important concepts in the novel including:

  • How the author uses foreshadowing in the novel
  • Why the cows were to blame for people not discovering the spring
  • Important aspects of imagery that help set the mood of the cottage setting
  • The essential role that setting plays in stories like Tuck Everlasting
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