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Common Core Standard CCRA.R.9 Questions

Analyze how two or more texts address similar themes or topics in order to build knowledge or to compare the approaches the authors take.

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Kindergarten Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.9, RL.K.9
How is the hare in the first poem different from the hare in the second poem?
  1. He is fast.
  2. He is slow.
  3. He is not scared.
  4. He is not happy.
Grade 1 Compare and Contrast CCSS: CCRA.R.9, RI.1.9
Grade 3 Compare and Contrast CCSS: CCRA.R.9, RL.3.9, RI.3.9
What does it mean to compare?
  1. to tell how something caused something else to happen.
  2. to tell how something is the same or different
  3. to tell how something is the same, similar or alike.
  4. to tell how something is unlike, or different.
Grade 3 Compare and Contrast CCSS: CCRA.R.9, RL.3.9
How do we compare and contrast events in a story?
  1. Decide how events are caused.
  2. Decide how things or events are alike and different.
  3. Decide when things happen in a story.
  4. Decide what the effect of an event was.
Grade 12 Compare and Contrast CCSS: CCRA.R.9, RL.11-12.9
Name that King! Each of the brief passages below refers to a King of Israel or Judah. Match the king with the corresponding passage. Your choices: Saul, David, Solomon, Josiah.

A. "Then the LORD sent Nathan to         David         and he came to him and said, 'There were two men in one city, the one rich and the other poor. The rich man had a great many flocks and herds. But the poor man had nothing except one little ewe lamb which he bought and nourished; and it grew up together with him and his children. It would eat of his bread and drink of his cup and lie in his bosom, and was like a daughter to him. Now a traveler came to the rich man, and he was unwilling to take from his own flock or his own herd,to prepare for the wayfarer who had come to him; rather he took the poor man's ewe lamb and prepared it for the man who had come to him."

B. Then the king commanded all the people saying, "Celebrate the Passover to the LORD your God as it is written in this book of the covenant." Surely such a Passover had not been celebrated from the days of the judges who judged Israel, nor in all the days of the kings of Israel and of the kings of Judah. But in the eighteenth year of King          Josiah         , this Passover was observed to the LORD in Jerusalem. Moreover, [he] removed the mediums and the spiritists and the teraphim and the idols and all the abominations that were seen in the land of Judah and in Jerusalem, that he might confirm the words of the law which were written in the book that Hilkiah the priest found in the house of the LORD. Before him there was no king like him who turned to the LORD with all his heart and with all his soul and with all his might, according to all the law of Moses; nor did any like him arise after him."

C. "Now God gave           Solomon           wisdom and very great discernment and breadth of mind, like the sand that is on the seashore. [His] wisdom surpassed the wisdom of all the sons of the east and all the wisdom of Egypt. For he was wiser than all men, than Ethan the Ezrahite, Heman, Calcol and Darda, the sons of Mahol; and his fame was known in all the surrounding nations. He also spoke 3,000 proverbs, and his songs were 1,005. He spoke of trees, from the cedar that is in Lebanon even to the hyssop that grows on the wall; he spoke also of animals and birds and creeping things and fish. Men came from all peoples to hear [his] wisdom, from all the kings of the earth who had heard of his wisdom."

D. "The women sang as they played, and said, '       Saul        has slain his thousands,but David his ten thousands.' Then [he] became very angry, for this saying displeased him; and he said, 'They have ascribed to David ten thousands, but to me they have ascribed thousands. Now what more can he have but the kingdom?' [He] looked at David with suspicion from that day on."
Grade 4 Identifying Genre CCSS: CCRA.R.9, RL.4.9
Joey loves to read fables. When he reads a story, he knows it's a fable because:
  1. fables usually have a happy ending.
  2. fables use a variety of characters to tell about a story that really happened.
  3. fables usually have magic in them.
  4. fables usually have animal characters that talk and act like people.
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