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Vocabulary
Which Genre? 1
Which Genre? 2
100

Which word is an antonym of fancy in paragraph 16?

Word Meaning

100

What is the most likely reason the author ends the selection with the ideas in paragraph 10?

Making Inferences / Author's Purpose
100

A poem that tells a story

Narrative Poem

100

In paragraph 24, what is the most likely reason Frank hides his waffle?

Fiction

100

How is paragraph 27 important to the story's plot?

Fiction

200

In paragraph 24, what is the most likely reason Frank hides his waffle?

Making Inferences

200

The author wrote this selection most likely to--

Author's Purpose

200

Which word in paragraph 9 best helps the reader understand the meaning of carved?

Word Meaning

200

How does Elizabeth feel at the beginning of the story?

Fiction

200

In this genre, you will pay close attention to the main events and descriptive language when you annotate.

Poetry

300

What do paragraphs 13 through 15 show about Frank's classmates?

Characterization

300

What is the meaning of the word collection as it is used in paragraph 9?

Word Meaning

300

The sequence of important events in a story.

Plot

300

What is the most likely reason the author ends the selection with the ideas in paragraph 10?

Nonfiction / Informational

300

Lines 18 through 21 suggest that the speaker feels --

Poetry

400

How does Frank feel at the beginning of the story?

Characterization
400

The section titled "Stories to Read and Enjoy" is mostly about--

Main Idea

400

The author's use of language that appeals to the 5 senses to help the reader paint a picture in their mind

Imagery

400

The section titled "Stories to Read and Enjoy" is mostly about--

Nonfiction / Informational

400

In this genre, you will pay close attention to the main events and characters when you annotate.

Fiction

500

The imagery in these sentences appeals most to the reader's sense of --

Imagery

500

Based on paragraph 14 and paragraph 17, what can the reader tell about Jessie?

Making Inferences

500

When you go beyond the author's words to understand what is not said in the text.  

Making Inferences

500

Which idea from the selection is supported by the photograph?

Nonfiction / Informational

500

In this genre, you will pay close attention to the main ideas and text/graphic features when you annotate. 

Nonfiction / Informational

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