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Author: szeiger
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Created: Jul 6, 2013
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Angie on the Farm

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Angie is spending a summer at her aunt and uncle's Tennessee farm so that she can experience something different from her urban life. The first chore her aunt assigns to her is to diffuse organic grains in front of the chicken coop at 6 A.M. every morning. This provides forage for the chickens. It doesn't take Angie long to learn that it is best to diffuse the grains quickly and get out of the way, unless she wants the chickens to come pecking her way.
Grade 5 Context Clues CCSS: CCRA.R.4, RL.5.4
B.
As it is used in the passage, what does forage mean?
  1. food for animals to graze
  2. place of shelter for chickens
  3. to make a thorough search
  4. to strip of all provisions
Grade 5 Summarizing CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RL.5.1
C.
Which sentence explains why Angie is visiting the farm?
  1. Angie is spending a summer at her aunt and uncle's Tennessee farm so that she can experience something different from her urban life.
  2. The first chore her aunt assigns to her is to diffuse organic grains in front of the chicken coop at 6 A.M. every morning.
  3. It doesn't take Angie long to learn that it is best to diffuse the grains quickly and get out of the way, unless she wants the chickens to come pecking her way.
  4. This provides forage for the chickens.
Grade 5 Compare and Contrast CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.5.3
D.
How is life on the farm likely the most different from Angie's urban life at home?
  1. Angie likely never spends time with her aunt and uncle at home.
  2. Angie likely never gets up at 6 a.m. at home.
  3. Angie likely does not have chickens at home.
  4. Angie likely does not have to do chores at home.
Grade 5 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.4, RL.5.4
E.
Based on the passage, someone with an urban life most likely...
  1. Lives in a city
  2. Does not raise animals
  3. Lives on a farm
  4. Knows all about chickens
Grade 5 Theme CCSS: CCRA.R.2, RL.5.2
F.
What is the theme of this passage?
  1. Life on the farm is a lot of work.
  2. Life on the farm is different from city life.
  3. Chickens are dangerous animals.
  4. Chickens like to eat their food quickly.
Grade 5 Summarizing CCSS: CCRA.R.2, RL.5.2
G.
Which statement best summarizes the passage?
  1. Angie goes to Tennessee to visit a farm and does a bunch of chores.
  2. Angie goes to live on a farm and quickly wishes she is back home in the city.
  3. Angie visits family in Tennessee and gets a quick introduction to farm life.
  4. Angie feeds the chickens and learns how to quickly get out of their way.
Grade 5 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RL.5.5
H.
If the author were to add another paragraph to this story, it would most likely be about...
  1. Angie going home and telling her friends about the trip.
  2. Angie doing another chore on the farm, such as milking a cow.
  3. Angie complaining to her aunt about how hard the work is.
  4. Angie going to the emergency room after being pecked by a chicken.
Grade 5 Point of View CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.5.3
I.
The narrator of this passage most likely...
  1. Has never visited a farm
  2. Dislikes Angie because she's from the city
  3. Knows a lot about feeding chickens
  4. Is a kid like Angie
Grade 5 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RL.5.7
J.
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