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Growing up, Sally was always in the shadow of her older sister Mary. Mary always got better grades, was better at sports, and seemed to even be prettier. Sally spent a lot of time in the family's garden feeling sorry for herself. Then one day Mary needed help on a science project about plants. Sally knew a lot about plants and was happy to help Mary with the project. Sally was shocked that she was better at something than her sister.

 Which sentence shows Sally's main conflict? 

A)Sally was always in the shadow of her older sister Mary. B) Mary needed help on a science project about plants.C) Sally and her sister did not get along.  

Which sentence shows Sally's main conflict? 

A. Sally was always in the shadow of her older sister Mary.


Tomatoes were once considered poisonous. Some brave people finally took a bite of a tomato, and they survived. Now, we use tomatoes in our salads and sandwiches. The recorded history of tomatoes in Italy dates back during 1548.  

The author's purpose is to A) entertain B) persuade C)inform D)  create a mysterious mood.

C)  inform


A group of lines in poetry, similar to a paragraph. Who am I?

What is a stanza?


 When you hear the word “cactus,” you might think of tall, lanky plants covered with prickly spines. Beads of sweat may form on your forehead as you think of extreme desert heat. The thought of gritty sand burning beneath your feet might come to mind. 

The author included the information in paragraph 1 to help the reader —

A) visualize a hot desert region B) learn about people who live in extreme conditions C)  understand the kinds of plants that live in sand.   

A) visualize a hot desert region


a conversation between two or more characters

A) stage Directions B) Character tags C) dialogue 

D) Scenes 

C) dialogue


The point of view told by someone in the story. Prononuns used are I, My, We

A) first person point of vew B) third person point of view C) none of the above 

A) first person point of vew


What does Authors purpose mean? Who am I?

The reason the author has for writing


A group of words, they go from the left to the right and may or may not have punctuation at the end. It is similar to a sentence. Who am I

What is a line?


 I shut the drawer and I like the sound of the thunk that says the desk is mine.

The poet’s use of sensory language in these lines to help the reader —

A) understand why the speaker puts drawing supplies in the drawer B)imagine the sound made by the shutting of the desk drawer C) know that the desk drawer now has something in it.

B)imagine the sound made by the shutting of the desk drawer


These are the words that tell what the characters should be doing while on stage. These words are usually in (parenthesis). Who am I? 

What is stage directions?


At what PLOT stage is the turning point --the character is solving the problem. Most exciting part of the story. 

A) Rising action B) Introduction C) Climax D)conflict 

C) Climax


What do you do with aluminum cans? Do you throw them in the trash? At the rate we are filling our landfills, we will not have anywhere else to put our trash. If you recycle, you will help the environment. The next time you throw away your Coke can, think about putting it in a recycling bin. Your effort will help save your community.

What TEXT STRUCTURE is the author using 

A) Sequence B) description C) problem and Solution 

D) compare and contrast 

C) problem and Solution



"The chocolate candy in the cupboard called to me", is an example of

 A) Alliteration B) personification C) metaphor

 b. personification


to draw a conclusion from the information using text evidence and prior knowledge? Who am I? 



A smaller section of the play. Shows us that the setting has changed and usually describes the setting. 

A) Scenes B) stage Directions C) character tags 

A) Scenes


Authors sometimes includes this hidden message or lesson/moral in their stories. Who am I? 

What is a theme? 


What TEXT FEATURE has words/sentence under a picture that tells you about about the picture. 

A) Caption B) subheadings C) Photographs 

D) Title 

A) Caption



"Her hair was white as snow", is an example of a. 

A) Personification B)  simile C) Onomatopoeia  

B) simile


What a piece of writing is mainly about. I am also known as central idea. Who am I?

Main Idea 


 The writer of a drama play. Writes the script. who am I?



the person who is telling the story; the speaker 

A) actor B) narrator C) plawright 

B) narrator


the smaller title that goes before a new section/parapgraphs of the text. Usually in bold print. Tells the main idea of that paragraph. 

A) title B) subheading/subtitle C) photograph 

D) caption 

B) subheading/subtitle



"The road was a swamp", is an example of

 A) metaphor B) Personification C)  Alliteration

A) metaphor


What TEXT STRUCTURE uses the keywords in informational text :Both , Similarity, Difference, on the other hand, same. 

A) Sequence B) Problem and Solution C) compare and contrast 

compare and contrast


 we use the CCPIM notes for Drama? True or False 



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