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Common Core Standard CCRA.R.1 Questions

Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.

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Grade 3 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RL.3.1

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Grade 3 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.3.1

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How long did it take to create the alphabet we use today?
  1. 50 years
  2. 100 years
  3. 1000 years
  4. A long time
Grade 6 A Christmas Carol CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RL.6.1

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The author described Scrooge as a very cold man. Which detail best supports this description?
  1. Even blind men's dogs would turn and run from Scrooge.
  2. Scrooge kept Marley's name on the door of his office.
  3. People sometimes called Scrooge "Marley" and he still answered.
  4. On the day of Marley's funeral, Scrooge was a man of business.
Grade 6 A Christmas Carol CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RL.6.1

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Grade 3 Sequence of Events CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RL.3.1
What happened first in the sentence below?

My mother washed the dishes, dried them, and put them in the cabinet.
  1. My mother dried the dishes.
  2. My mother put the dishes on the stove.
  3. My mother washed the dishes.
  4. My mother put the dishes in the cabinet
Grade 6 Point of View CCSS: CCRA.R.1, CCRA.R.6, RI.6.1, RI.6.6

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Which statement from the passage BEST supports the author's opinion of Jackie Robinson?
  1. That’s when and where the great Jackie Roosevelt Robinson was born.
  2. He was a star on the baseball team and played quarterback on the football team.
  3. It was hard for him but he was internally strong.
  4. Jackie Robinson may not have had an outstanding career by the numbers, but he will always be remembered more for his historic actions.
Grade 4 Sequence of Events CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.4.1

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Why does the author say to only give a fist bump, not run off the field, if there are only two outs?
  1. Because the play was not that good
  2. Because there is still more game to play
  3. Because you did an awesome job
  4. Because running off the field looks bad
Grade 3 Cause and Effect CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RL.3.1

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What happens if a human captures a leprechaun?
  1. He wins a prize.
  2. He gets hurt.
  3. He is fined.
  4. He earns three wishes.
Grade 4 Summarizing CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.4.1

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Select the best summary of the article.
  1. The Trojans were given a peace offering by the Greeks and brought it into their city.
  2. The Trojans were blind and did not see that the peace offering was going to harm their city.
  3. The Trojans had fought long and hard and were finally glad that the war was over.
  4. The Trojans had been in the middle of a long and difficult war against the Greeks.
Grade 2 Main Idea CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.2.1

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Bigfoot is real.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 5 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.5.1

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Why were early toothbrushes most likely called "chew sticks"?
  1. because people chewed on them to help clean the teeth
  2. because they were chewed on by animals
  3. because they tasted better when chewed
  4. because people chewed them after using them
Grade 2 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.2.1

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What is the most unique part of each giraffe?
  1. its neck
  2. its spots
  3. its height
  4. its tongue
Grade 8 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.1, CCRA.R.3, RI.8.1, RI.8.3

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What can you infer about the stems of nettles from the description in paragraph 2?
  1. They have prickers.
  2. They are smooth.
  3. They are hard to pull.
  4. They look pretty.
Grade 3 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.3.1

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What can you infer about featheries and the first gutties?
  1. They traveled very far.
  2. They did not travel very fast.
  3. They were cheap to make.
  4. They worked really well as golf balls.
Grade 2 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.2.1

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How does oxygen get to the blood of a fish?
  1. through its mouth
  2. through the water
  3. through its gills
  4. through the blood vessels
Grade 2 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.2.1

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Grade 7 Summarizing CCSS: CCRA.R.1, CCRA.R.2, RI.7.1, RI.7.2

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Identify three details that should be included in a summary of the passage.
  1. Worms and viruses are rather unpleasant terms that have entered the jargon of the computer industry to descry some of the ways that computer systems can be invaded.
  2. A worm can be defined as a program that transfers itself from computer to computer over a network and plants itself as a separate file on the target computer's disks.
  3. One worm was injected into an electronic mail network where it multiplied uncontrollably and clogged the memories of thousands of computers until they could no longer function.
  4. A virus is a set of illicit instructions that passes itself on to other programs or documents with which it comes on contact.
  5. It can change or delete files, display words or obscene messages, or produce bizarre screen effects.
  6. A virus can be dealt with using a vaccine, or antivirus, which is a computer program that stops the virus form spreading and often eradicates it.
  7. In its most vindictive form, a virus can slowly sabotage a computer system and remain undetected for months, contaminating data or wiping out an entire hard drive.
Grade 4 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.4.1

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Based on the poem, you can infer that the country is...
  1. attached to other countries
  2. land-locked
  3. an island
  4. very cold
Grade 5 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.5.1

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