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Reading Strategies Questions - All Grades

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The Reading Strategies questions below are in the following grade levels: Kindergarten
Grades: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 College Continuing Education
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Grade 3 :: Main Idea by szeiger

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What is the purpose of the first paragraph of this passage?
  1. To explain why groundhogs are used
  2. To show that Punxsutawney Phil is one of many groundhogs
  3. To describe why Groundhog Day became famous
  4. To introduce readers to another famous groundhog
Grade 4 :: Main Idea by teachfreedom
What is the best question to ask yourself when you are trying to find the main idea?
  1. Who is the main character?
  2. What is the main event?
  3. What point is the author trying to make?
  4. What is one important detail?
Grade 8 :: Point of View by CristinaGonzalez1021
What is an omniscient narrator?
  1. His knowledge is limited to one character
  2. He knows all the thoughts and feelings of all characters
  3. He doesn't know anything about the characters
  4. He only describes the setting
Grade 5 :: Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions by bhuggins
Grade 3 :: Sequence of Events by spilon1031
What comes next?

I put my dog on a leash.
I walked my dog down the street.
My dog saw a squirrel.
  1. My dog started to sing
  2. It started to rain
  3. My dog barked at the squirrel
  4. My dog ate a bone
Grade 4 :: Figurative Language by ShaneyChelle
Grade 9 :: Point of View by mcgovernt
"Do you love candy?" I asked my friend Paul. I always make new friends.
  1. Third person omniscient
  2. First person
  3. Second person
  4. Third person limited
Grade 4 :: Story Elements by CardenasPyle
               [characters]                people, an animals, or personified objects in a story
          setting           where and when the story takes place
       plot        a series of related events at the beginning, middle, and end of a story; the action of a story
        theme         the big idea or author’s message in a story
                   stage directions                    – instructions written as part of the play, a message describing how something is done
           dialogue            the words, phrases, or speeches spoken by each character in a play
           narrator            the character in a selection that tells the story
        scene         a part in the play in which events happen in the same place or period of time
           conflict            the problem or the struggle in the story
          problem           the conflict or struggle in the story
                rising action                 the build up of conflicts and complications in the story
         climax          the point in a story at which conflict is confronted
                 falling action                  the part after the climax that leads to the resolution or solution
             resolution              the point in a story where the conflict is resolved
           solution            how the problem was solved
          compare           tell how things are the same
           contrast            tell how things are different
       mood        the feeling the reader takes away from the text
Grade 4 :: Figurative Language by ShaneyChelle
Grade 9 :: Point of View by mcgovernt
I have never wanted to go to sleep so badly.
  1. First person
  2. Second person
  3. Third person omniscient
  4. Third person limited
Grade 8 :: Point of View by CristinaGonzalez1021
How many points of view can a story have?
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. as many as you want
Grade 9 :: Point of View by mcgovernt
Grade 9 :: Story Elements by DJCallahan
Where, when, or under what conditions a story takes place
  1. Imagery
  2. Suspense
  3. Setting
  4. Alliteration
Grade 9 :: Cause and Effect by mcgovernt
Grade 9 :: Point of View by mcgovernt
He walked down the street. A man drove by and yelled, "Hey! Watch where you're going!" is an example of:
  1. First person
  2. Second person
  3. Third person omniscient
  4. Third person objective
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