Text Features
Draw Inferences
Plot Elements
Text Structure
100
Choose TWO choices to identify text features.

a. cause and effect

b. map

d. logical order

b. map

100

How can you draw inferences?

b. use clues in the text and your schema

c. all of the above

c. all of the above

100

What information is shown in the above image?

a. problem and solution

b. where the story takes place

c. plot elements

c. plot elements

100

How would you describe text structure?

a. how the author organizes information in a passage

b. how the character solves the problem

c. the clues in a passage

a. how the author organizes information in a passage

200

which text feature is shown in the image above?

a. the text feature is a diagram

b. the text feature is an illustration

c. the text feature is a map

a. the text feature is a diagram

200

"You built Alice's go-kart all by yourself?" Anthony asked."Yup!" Brett said. "I had a lot of parts left over, too."Suddenly they heard a loud thud, and saw three wheels go rolling by."BRETT!" Alice yelled.

Based on the text, which sentence is more likely to be true?

a. Anthony wants to learn how to build go-karts.

b. Alice's go-kart fell apart.

b. Alice's go-kart fell apart.
200

Where can the reader find information about the characters, setting, and possibly the problem?

a. exposition

b. climax

c. rising action

a. exposition

200
Identify which are text structures. Choose all that apply

a. problem and solution

b. sequence and descriptive

c. characters and setting

a. problem and solution

b. sequence and descriptive

300

What information does the diagram add to a passage?

a. how landforms are created

b. shows different types of landforms

c. how the land is formed

b. shows different types of landforms

300

What can you infer from the illustration above?

a. they are having a debate, or discussion, about something respectfully

b. they are presenting to an audience

c. they are not listening to each other's perspective

a. they are having a debate, or discussion, about something respectfully

300

Which events can be described during the climax of the story?

a. when the problem is introduced

b. the events that turn the story around (turning point) moment the reader is waiting for

c. when the character learns he is not able to go to the race

b. the events that turn the story around (turning point) moment the reader is waiting for

300

The Philippines is a country made up of more than seven thousand islands. In fact, the land area of those islands is just a little greater than the state of Arizona. But that small space holds many people. Indeed, the Philippines is one of the world's fifteen largest countries by population. In addition, it has many languages. There are two official languages: English and Filipino. But almost everyone there grows up speaking at least one native Philippine language.

Which text structure does the text use?

a. cause and effect

b. descriptive

b. descriptive

400

When did August Natterer create Witch's Head?

a. 1940

b. 1910

c. 1890

b. 1910

400
Mia has opened her Chromebook and set a pencil and blank paper on the corner of the desk, she is waiting for the teacher to provide the code with a smile on her face and a calmness that inspires everyone around her.

What is Mia getting ready for and how does she feel?

a. Mia is getting ready for school and she is happy

b. Mia is about to start a test and is confident

c. Mia is drawing a picture during her free time and she is worry

b. Mia is about to start a test and is confident

400

Which of the following is most likely the setting of the picture?

a. wedding reception

b. marketplace in a city

a. wedding reception

400

How would you describe sequence or chronological order?

a. it states the reason for an event and its effect

b. it provides similarities and differences

c. it provides the steps or order of a topic or event (first, next, finally)

c. it provides the steps or order of a topic or event (first, next, finally)

500

Who is Katherine Johnson?

What information does the author add to a passage by including the timeline?

A. the year astronauts first walked on the Moon
B. the year engineers started working on the space program
C. the year President Kennedy started the Moon-landing program
D. the year the U.S. government hired women to help calculate math

A. the year astronauts first walked on the Moon
500

Jacob was used to his legs hanging off the end of his bed. He didn't mind pants that hit him above his ankles and shirt sleeves that barely went past his elbows. But having to duck under doorways was hard to get used to.

Based on the text, which sentence is more likely to be true?

a. Jacob is very tall.
b. Jacob's bed is broken.

a. Jacob is very tall

500

How would you describe character development?

how a character changes during the story

the personality of the character

500

All water on Earth is part of a cycle. Here's a simple way to think of it. Imagine a drop of water starting in the ocean. The sun heats the water. Then, the water evaporates, rising into the air as water vapor. Water vapor is the gas form of water. After that, water vapor collects together into clouds in the atmosphere. Next, the water falls from the clouds back to Earth as rain or snow. Finally, the water flows through streams and rivers back into the sea, and the cycle continues.

Which text structure does the text use?

a. sequential

b. compare and contrast

c. problem-solution

a. sequential