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Reading Strategies Questions - All Grades

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Grade 3 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
If a student got 100% on his work, what could you infer?
  1. He listened and studied.
  2. He didn't come to school that day.
  3. He didn't listen in class.
  4. He copied off of his neighbor.
Grade 3 Fiction Elements
Grade 12 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Which of the following is NOT an example of making inferences while reading?
  1. using context clues to determine meaning
  2. finding stated main ideas
  3. finding implied main ideas
  4. drawing conclusions
Grade 3 Fact and Opinion
Grade 12 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
All of the following are thinking steps to prevent drawing false inferences EXCEPT
  1. verify and value the facts.
  2. assess prior knowledge.
  3. detect contradictions.
  4. listen to your personal opinions and experience.
Grade 12 Figurative Language
Irony occurs when the
  1. events play out the way the reader expects.
  2. events of a situation provide information.
  3. author's words state one thing but imply the opposite.
  4. author flashes back in time to a previous event.
Grade 5 Cause and Effect
Since Marcy didn't set her alarm to the correct time, she was late to work and missed a very important meeting. What is the EFFECT in this sentence?
  1. Marcy didn't set her alarm on time
  2. She was late to work
  3. She missed a very important meeting
  4. Both B and C
Grade 6 Personification CCSS: CCRA.L.5, L.6.5a
Which of the following sentences is an example of personification?
  1. The slimy eel slithered through the seaweed.
  2. The stand of trees was a festival of color that fall.
  3. The dandelions stood tall, proudly surveying the rest of the yard.
  4. The snails crept along the sidewalk, moving as slowly as a glacier.
Grade 6 Point of View
The narrator's position in relation to the story being told is called:
  1. author's purpose
  2. point of view
  3. story element
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