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Common Core Standard RST.9-10.5 Questions

Analyze the structure of the relationships among concepts in a text, including relationships among key terms (e.g., force, friction, reaction force, energy).

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Grade 10 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.9-10.5, RST.9-10.5

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The author includes the example of poking a dog with a stick. The author includes this example to show:
  1. the process of reproduction.
  2. the difference between living and nonliving organisms.
  3. why dogs are considered alive.
  4. how living things respond to stimuli.
Grade 10 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.9-10.5, RST.9-10.5

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How does the author organize the text?
  1. by describing how each type of fish evolved
  2. by comparing modern-day fish to other animals
  3. by contrasting fresh and saltwater fish
  4. by defining key words related to fish
Grade 10 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.9-10.5, RST.9-10.5

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Which choice BEST describes how the author organizes the passage?
  1. cause and effect
  2. definition and description
  3. compare and contrast
  4. problem and solution
Grade 10 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.9-10.5, RST.9-10.5

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Which choice best describes how the author chose to organize this passage?
  1. cause and effect
  2. compare and contrast
  3. description and definition
  4. problem and solution
Grade 10 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.9-10.5, RST.9-10.5

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Which choice best describes how the author organized this passage?
  1. description and definition
  2. compare and contrast
  3. problem and solution
  4. cause and effect
Grade 10 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.9-10.5, RST.9-10.5
Which choice best describes how the author chose to organize this passage?
  1. cause and effect
  2. compare and contrast
  3. description and definition
  4. problem and solution
Grade 9 Main Idea CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.9-10.5, RST.9-10.5

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Which of the following ideas would best fit into the passage's bulleted list?
  1. Writing your representatives in Congress about your concerns
  2. Recycling all of your paper, cardboard, glass and plastic trash
  3. Read news reports about air and water pollution issues in your city
  4. Objecting to the continual damage being done to the planet's ozone layer
Grade 9 Main Idea CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.9-10.5, RST.9-10.5

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What idea is primarily supported by the bulleted list in the passage?
  1. Saving money
  2. Too much trash
  3. Greenhouse gases
  4. Air and water pollution

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What is the main idea in the bulleted list?
  1. Composting is easily done with the various debris found in most backyards.
  2. Composting often pays for itself in the money saved on fertilizers and chemicals.
  3. Composting has multiple advantages for the average homeowner or gardener.
  4. Composting can make the country's landfills obsolete within a few years.
Grade 9 Compare and Contrast CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.9-10.5, RST.9-10.5

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What information does the author of Passage 1 include that the author of Passage 2 leaves out?
  1. The percentage of people identify as vegetarians.
  2. The connection between meat and greenhouse gases.
  3. The reason why vegetarianism protects the rainforest.
  4. The importance of finding ways to improve the planet.
Grade 10 Compare and Contrast CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.9-10.5, RST.9-10.5

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What information does the author of Passage 1 include that the author of Passage 2 leaves out?
  1. The different levels involved in the scales.
  2. The exact year the scale was created.
  3. The reason why some areas require different scales.
  4. The history of the how the scale was originally invented.

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