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Eleventh Grade (Grade 11) Reading Strategies Questions

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Grade 11 Rhetoric and Propaganda
Grade 11 Main Idea
Which is a strategy used to identify the main idea of a passage?
  1. Read the entire passage
  2. Summarize each paragraph in the margin
  3. Read the first and last sentence
  4. Rewrite the paragraph in your own words
Grade 11 Story Elements
Grade 11 Main Idea
All of the following statements about main ideas and details are true EXCEPT:
  1. Main ideas are more general than supporting details.
  2. Major details are more general than minor details.
  3. Minor details are the primary support to develop main ideas.
  4. Minor details are the most specific ideas in the passage.
Grade 11 Main Idea
How do you find the main idea that is inferred or implied?
  1. Look in the first and last sentence.
  2. Look at the middle content.
  3. Eliminate answer choices.
  4. All of the above
Grade 11 Text Structure
Grade 11 Figurative Language
What does symbolism function as?
  1. A stylistic device that evokes emotion, thought and discussion
  2. A literary device that evokes emotion, thought and discussion
  3. A figurative language device that evokes emotion, thought and discussion
  4. A connotative device that evokes emotion, thought and discussion
Grade 11 Figurative Language CCSS: CCRA.L.5, L.11-12.5, L.11-12.5a
Which of the following is the best example of a paradox?
  1. "He was in a room full of people, but he felt alone."
  2. "Her home was like her castle."
  3. "He played as if he were a professional on the field."
  4. "A live orchestra filled her ears as she listened to the radio."
Grade 11 Figurative Language
What does symbolism in literature allow the reader to do?
  1. See the writer's point-of-view
  2. Gauge the writer’s attitude
  3. Discern the writer’s frame of reference
  4. All of the above
Grade 11 Rhetoric and Propaganda
What type of writing is logos, ethos, and pathos associated with?
  1. Expository
  2. Persuasive
  3. Narrative
  4. None of the above
Grade 11 Fact and Opinion CCSS: CCRA.R.8, RI.11-12.8
All of the following statements about a fact are true EXCEPT:
  1. A fact can be proved or demonstrated to be true.
  2. A fact can be observed in practice or operation.
  3. A fact can be verified by witnesses, manuscripts, or documents.
  4. A fact contains qualifying words such as seems, appears, or possibly.
Grade 11 Figurative Language
Which of the following statements is NOT true regarding symbols?
  1. Symbols can be based on cultural items, like a country’s flag, or religion, like a cross for Christianity
  2. Symbols never vary from one culture to another.
  3. Some symbols can seem to be universal across cultures like “light” symbolizing knowledge.
  4. Symbols shift their meaning depending on the context.
Grade 11 Figurative Language CCSS: CCRA.L.5, L.11-12.5, L.11-12.5a
Which of the following is the best example of a paradox?
  1. "I'm so hungry I could eat a horse."
  2. "I'm busy every moment of the day."
  3. "The ice felt so cold it was hot to the touch."
  4. "The dog scratched until it could scratch no more."
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