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Common Core Standard W.4.2b Questions

Develop the topic with facts, definitions, concrete details, quotations, or other information and examples related to the topic.

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Grade 5 Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.2, W.3.2b, W.4.2b, W.5.2b, W.6.2b
Scientists are learning a great deal about the aging process. This knowledge will allow doctors to help their patients live longer and better lives. They will be able to defeat diseases associated with aging and perhaps even delay the onset of old age. Many doctors would agree that some medicines are much too expensive.

Choose the sentence that should be removed from the paragraph.
  1. Scientists are learning a great deal about the aging process.
  2. This knowledge will allow doctors to help their patients live longer and better lives.
  3. They will be able to defeat diseases associated with aging and perhaps even delay the onset of old age.
  4. Many doctors would agree that some medicines are much too expensive.
Grade 4 Writing Essays CCSS: CCRA.W.2, W.4.2b

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In which section does the writer best support a reason with facts and details?
  1. Get Fouled
  2. Perform Your Pre-Shot Routine
  3. Bend Your Knees
  4. Tuck Your Elbows
Grade 3 Writing Essays CCSS: CCRA.W.2, W.3.2b, W.4.2b, W.5.2b

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Which is an example of how the writer develops the paragraph above by using a definition or comparison to help explain the activity?
  1. One way is just to play keep away.
  2. This is similar to a drill.
  3. It promotes ball skills.
  4. It also helps you become better at dribbling in traffic and avoiding defenders.
Grade 4 Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.2, CCRA.W.3, W.4.2b, W.4.3b
Read the following sentences.
(1) My class moved quietly into the library.
(2) Mr. Howard's class was quieter than mine was.
Which statement below uses the correct comparison to combine the two ideas?
  1. Mr. Howard's class moved quieter into the library than my class did.
  2. My class was less quieter than Mr. Howard's when both classes moved into the library.
  3. Mr. Howard's class moved more quietly than mine did when both classes went into the library.
  4. My class moved quietly, but Mr. Howard's class was more quiet when both classes went into the library.

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