Question 4 - 11th Grade English Language Arts and Literacy: Listening Practice Test for the SBAC

Which details from the audio presentation best support the idea that the evacuation to the camp made family life difficult?

Statement 1: The older residents of the camp would play or watch a variety of sports, including judo, kendo, tennis, basketball, football, and baseball.
Statement 2: Education was a concern for authorities and parents, so schools were established to teach students of all ages.
Statement 3: A Children’s Village was set up to help orphaned children find a home.
Statement 4: Elders built a tiny park for the children that had rabbits, chickens, and ducks so that they would “know a duck when they saw one.”
Statement 5: Special permits were granted to bring in trees and rocks from the Sierra to help build a Pleasure Park with pools, greenery, walking paths, and a pavilion for concerts and performances.

Text for audio retrieved from: Keene, Jennifer D. World War II: Core Documents (Kindle Location 2070). Ashbrook Center. Kindle Edition.
Manzanar: Excerpt from Born Free and Equal by Ansel Adams

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