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Grade 11 Short Stories (Non-Fiction) CCSS: CCRA.R.6, RI.11-12.6

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How do humans differ from machines?
  1. They have to be fed.
  2. They have to be bathed.
  3. They operate mechanically.
  4. They have to deal with psychology and morality.
Grade 11 Short Stories (Non-Fiction)

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In Passage 1, the author's use of terms such as "octra spectra" and "colored spots" is primarily meant to describe
  1. what humans see when they close their eyes.
  2. how humans recognize colors as young children.
  3. how light moves through a prism.
  4. what droplets of rain look like on the eyelids.
Grade 11 Short Stories (Non-Fiction)

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In Passage 1, the author builds his argument in contrast to the assumption that
  1. dreams are wishes realized.
  2. psychologists know little about dreams.
  3. the eyes see differently when open and closed.
  4. humans see nothing when they close their eyes.
Grade 11 Short Stories (Non-Fiction)

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In Passage 1, the author uses the term "visual dust" to describe
  1. the mental process of dreaming.
  2. how humans interpret their dreams.
  3. the inspiration for and composition of our dreams.
  4. particles of dust that land on humans' eyelids.
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Looking at Passage 2, with which statement would the author most heartily agree?
  1. Flies are a passing nuisance.
  2. Flies are a dangerous class of insects.
  3. Flies are an important element in Earth's ecosystems.
  4. Flies are a crucial part of development in the African world.
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With which statement would the author of the passage most heartily agree?
  1. A president must be Catholic to lead the country effectively.
  2. The religion of the President should have little bearing on how he rules.
  3. A president should hire cabinet members of different religious backgrounds to promote diversity.
  4. The government and the office of the President are directly tied to the religion of the land.
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Which statement best applies to both Passage 1 and Passage 2?
  1. Some insects cause a lot of destruction.
  2. Flies and grasshoppers are two very different types of insects.
  3. Farmers rely on insects to help improve their annual crop.
  4. Not all insects have an important role to play on Earth.
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