Play Skills

January 2006
Scholastic Scope;1/9/2006, Vol. 54 Issue 9, p10
The article presents a set of questions based on the play "Ben Franklin The Apprentice," by Rachel Waugh. Through this set of questions readers are asked to test their understanding of the play. Each question is presented with multiple options, and readers are required to mark the correct answer out of the given options. In one question it has been asked that for what reason Ben was scolded by his for building the wharf. The next question asks about the place where Ben Franklin grew up. In one of the questions it has been asked that after leaving Boston, Massachusetts where did Ben go.


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