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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Reading Strategies Questions

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Grade 6 Personification CCSS: CCRA.L.5, L.6.5a
Giving human qualities to an animal, object, or idea is:
  1. tone
  2. simile
  3. onomatopoeia
  4. personification
Grade 6 Personification CCSS: CCRA.L.5, L.6.5, L.6.5a
Which is an example of personification?
  1. The wind grabbed onto my arms.
  2. The wind is like a thundering sea.
  3. The wind is the sea.
  4. The wind winds wondrously without a witness
Grade 6 Simile
Which of the following is an example of a simile?
  1. He had big feet.
  2. His feet were huge dolphins.
  3. His feet were like baby dolphins.
  4. His feet looked enormous.
Grade 6 Simile
Which of the following is an example of a simile?
  1. "Her hair was gleaming."
  2. "His feet were like baby dolphins."
  3. "The house was monstrous."
  4. "The beetle stank!"
Grade 6 Poetic Devices
In poetry, meaning can be emphasized by
  1. crafting the poem in the shape of the main idea.
  2. capitalizing certain words or phrases.
  3. breaking the poem up into stanzas.
  4. all of the above.
Grade 6 Story Elements
The plot of a story can best described as
  1. the main people or animals in a story.
  2. the events that occur in a story.
  3. where the story takes place.
  4. who wrote the story.
Grade 6 Simile
Which of the following examples is a simile?
  1. The lake was as smooth as glass.
  2. The lake was really smooth.
  3. The lake was flat.
  4. The lake was shiny.
Grade 6 Idiom
"It's raining cats and dogs," is an idiom that means it is raining
  1. a lot.
  2. tomorrow.
  3. cats and dogs.
  4. under the bridge.
Grade 6 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Grade 6 Identifying Genre
The events in this story could happen to anyone.
  1. realistic fiction
  2. fantasy
  3. folk tale
  4. science fiction
Grade 6 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Read the sentence. Then choose the best inference.

Mila changed her clothes about twenty times before her interview.
  1. Mila had lost a lot of weight.
  2. Mila was early for her interview.
  3. Mila couldn't find her suit in the closet.
  4. Mila wanted to make a good impression.
Grade 6 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Choose the clue that helps you draw the conclusion.

CONCLUSION: The family's house is right by a lake.
  1. It was a hot and sunny day.
  2. My mom said we were going swimming.
  3. We left the house and walked to the boat dock.
Grade 6 Supporting Details
When does the sale end?
  1. 12/1/16
  2. Midnight
  3. 11/25/16
  4. Black Friday
Grade 6 Supporting Details
The ad contains the words "furniture excluded." What do these words mean?
  1. Furniture is 10% off.
  2. The store has lots of furniture.
  3. The store does not sell furniture.
  4. Furniture is not included in the sale.
Grade 6 Supporting Details
Grade 6 Figurative Language
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