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Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Active readers                                .
  1. highlight important information
  2. ask questions
  3. make predictions
  4. all of the above
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Good readers                                          .
  1. ask questions about what they are reading
  2. visualize what they are reading
  3. read everyday
  4. all of the above
Grade 2 Food (Stories) CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RI.2.3

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Who would most likely use this list of words?
  1. A chef
  2. A teacher
  3. A reader
  4. A translator
Kindergarten Children's Literature
Who's looking at them?
  1. a monster
  2. a mother
  3. a reader
  4. a teacher
Grade 1 Spelling
Grade 6 Author's Purpose CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.6.5

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Why does the author open the passage in this way?
  1. To draw the reader in
  2. To describe the warthog
  3. To personify the warthog
  4. To entertain the reader
Grade 8 Writing
Grade 9 Technology
Bar Code Reader is used for
  1. producing images or information by using a reflect light
  2. helps a computer decode signals
Continuing Education Literature
One of the nonfiction subgenres, "persuasive", this kind of writing does what to the reader?
  1. Explains something to another reader
  2. Tries to influence the reader
  3. Informs the reader about the topic coming up
Grade 10 Writing
Grade 5 Story Elements
Grade 8 Story Elements
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Grade 10 The Catcher in the Rye
Who do you think Holden could be talking to in the novel?
  1. Himself
  2. His psychiatrist
  3. His brother Allie
  4. The reader
Grade 8 Compare and Contrast CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RI.8.3, RST.6-8.3

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What is the major difference between e-readers and books?
  1. E-readers are harder to damage.
  2. E-readers require an energy source
  3. E-readers have limited available titles.
  4. E-readers cost loss than regular books.
Kindergarten Children's Literature
Who wrote the book?
  1. A Reader
  2. Dr. Seuss
  3. Mo Willems
  4. Elephant and Piggie
Grade 7 Text Elements
The purpose of text features is to help the reader...
  1. locate answers without having to read everything.
  2. gauge the importance of ideas and their relationship to one another.
  3. to judge the reliability of a text.
  4. tell the difference between fiction and nonfiction.
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