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Grade 6 Problem and Solution CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.6.3
Which is an example of an internal conflict?
  1. The character feels guilty about his behavior.
  2. The character fights with a friend.
  3. The character must survive being lost in the woods.
  4. The character gets in trouble at school.
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In the poem "The Wind and the Moon," the wind compares the moon to
  1. a giant marshmallow
  2. a light in the window
  3. the eye of a ghost
  4. the letter o
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In the poem "The Wind and the Moon," what problem does the wind have?
  1. He is in love with the moon.
  2. He doesn't like to be watched.
  3. The sun made fun of the wind.
  4. The moon gets all the attention.
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In the poem "The Wind and the Moon," what detail is revealed at the end?
  1. The wind made the moon grow bigger.
  2. The moon was not involved in the argument.
  3. The sun caused the wind to blow in the sky.
  4. The wind was not strong enough to blow anything.
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In the poem "The Wind and the Moon," how did the wind try to solve his problem?
  1. He blew at the moon.
  2. He asked for help from the sun.
  3. He swirled about in a giant circle.
  4. He made a loud whistling sound.
Grade 6 Problem and Solution CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.6.3
A boy in a novel can't seem to do well on his science tests. What is the best solution to his problem?
  1. cheat on the next test
  2. read the science book and notes
  3. have someone read the book to him
  4. get extra sleep
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