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Grade 5 Text Elements
When immigrants first arrived at Ellis Island, information about them was recorded. Next, each immigrant underwent a physical examination.

This text is mostly organized in which format?
  1. cause and effect
  2. chronological
  3. problem and solution
Grade 5 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RL.5.7
I was shaking like a leaf. My palms were sweating. My heart was pounding so loudly I was sure everyone around me could hear it. I hated presentations.

How would this passage be different if it was part of a video?
  1. Instead of describing how the character felt, it would show it
  2. It would be read aloud instead of typed out
  3. It would not be as visual
  4. It would show someone talking to someone else about the feelings
Grade 5 Text Elements
This feature visually illustrates the text for the reader. What is it?
  1. caption
  2. table of contents
  3. glossary
  4. picture
Grade 5 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RI.5.7

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What can you learn about Valentine's Day gifts from the chart?
  1. Many of them come from California
  2. Chocolate is the biggest industry
  3. Flowers don't make much money
  4. There are many different types of gifts
Grade 5 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RI.5.7
Attention all students! Attention all kids!
Hold onto your horses! Hold onto your lids!
We have just exactly the thing that you need
whenever you've way too much homework to read.

The Marvelous Homework & Housework Machine
will always makes sure that your bedroom is clean.
It loves to write book reports ten pages long,
then put all your toys away where they belong.

This wonderful gadget will do all your math,
then mop up your messes and go take your bath.
The Marvelous Homework & Housework Machine
is truly like no other gizmo you've seen.

It hangs up your clothes on their hangers and hooks,
then reads all your boring geography books.
It brings you a pillow to give you a rest,
then brushes your teeth and prepares for your test.

This thing is amazing. I'm sure you'll agree.
It feeds you dessert while you're watching T.V.
There's only one thing this device will not do.
It won't eat your Brussels sprouts; they're, like, P.U.
--Kenn Nesbitt

Which picture would best support this poem?
  1. A picture of the person announcing the invention
  2. A picture of the author
  3. A picture of the invention
  4. A picture of a homework assignment
Grade 5 Text Elements
This feature tells you the details of a picture.
  1. captions
  2. glossary
  3. table of contents
  4. index
Grade 5 Text Elements
This feature informs the reader of key words/vocabulary found within the paragraph.
  1. bold font
  2. question
  3. atlas
  4. glossary
Grade 5 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RL.5.7

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What type of image would best enhance the passage for the reader?
  1. A picture of Angie at home in the city
  2. A picture of Angie trying to feed the chickens
  3. A picture of Angie getting up at 6 a.m.
  4. A picture of Angie's aunt assigning her chores
Grade 5 Text Elements
The                   is important info that tells more about the overall idea of a paragraph/section of a text.
  1. supporting details
  2. paragraph
  3. main idea
  4. correct tense
Grade 5 Text Elements
This feature is usually found at the top of the page and explains the central topic or theme of the page.
  1. picture
  2. question
  3. title
  4. bold font
Grade 5 Text Elements

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In the poem "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star," which choice best describes the structure of the lines?
  1. They are all about stars.
  2. They all rhyme with one another.
  3. They all have seven syllables.
  4. They all start the same way.
Grade 5 Text Elements

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The poem "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star" contains a rhyme scheme.
Which choice best represents the rhyme scheme of the poem?
  1. aabb aabb aabb ccdd
  2. aabb ccdd eeff gghh
  3. abab abab abab cdcd
  4. abab cdcd efef ghgh
Grade 5 Text Elements

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Which choice best describes how the poem "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star" is organized?
  1. in sixteen lines
  2. in four quatrains
  3. in a rhyming pattern
  4. in related stanzas
Grade 5 Text Elements
Non-fiction texts use the following to share important information with the reader.
  1. pictures and cartoons
  2. speech bubbles
  3. misspelled words
  4. maps, charts, diagrams, and photographs
Grade 5 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.5.5
This feature illustrates one or more geographical regions and can be found at the back of most history textbooks.
  1. glossary
  2. index
  3. atlas
  4. captions
Grade 5 Text Elements
This feature categorizes the following chapters of the expository text and is most likely found in the first few pages of the book.
  1. index
  2. publishing date
  3. copyright
  4. questions
  5. none of the above
Grade 5 Text Elements
You would use an                 to find the average rainfall for the year in Mexico.
  1. Almanac
  2. Atlas
  3. Thesaurus
  4. Encyclopedia
  5. Dictionary
Grade 5 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.5.5
What is the writing below or beside the picture that explains the illustration or photograph?
  1. bold print
  2. index
  3. caption
  4. title
Grade 5 Text Elements
You have to write a report about the Homestead Act of 1862. To avoid repeating the same words over and over again, which reference provides choices of words with the same meaning?
  1. almanac
  2. thesaurus
  3. dictionary
  4. encyclopedia
Grade 5 Text Elements
You might find this feature at the end of the chapter to see what you have learned.
  1. index
  2. picture
  3. questions
  4. caption
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