This printable supports Common Core ELA Standards CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.R.1, CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.R.2, CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.R.4, CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.R.5, CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.R.6

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Reading Review (Grade 7)

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Reading Review

What genre might feature aliens as characters?
  1. Realistic fiction
  2. Mystery
  3. Science fiction
  4. Fantasy
"Our love is like a rose that fades too quickly" is an example of which type of figurative language?
  1. hyperbole
  2. metaphor
  3. onomatopoeia
  4. simile
Similes and metaphors are both
  1. types of literal language.
  2. types of contrasts.
  3. types of viewpoints.
  4. types of comparisons.
Literal language is different from figurative language because
  1. it is unclear.
  2. it can have more than one meaning.
  3. it means exactly what is said or written.
  4. it gives directions.
The elements of a plot are
  1. exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution.
  2. setting, action, climax, resolution.
  3. not as important as the characters.
  4. ending, rising action, foreshadowing, climax.
If you can't figure out the main idea of a passage, what should you do?
  1. Try to recall every specific detail in the passage.
  2. Ask yourself general questions about the passage.
  3. Read the passage over and over until you have it memorized.
  4. Read the passage once and don't look at it again.
                is an interruption in a story to tell about the events that happened earlier. It can appear as character memories or dreams, or in dialogue or narration. It provides background information that clarifies current actions in the story.
  1. Foreshadowing
  2. Monologue
  3. Twist of fate
  4. Flashback
I was standing right there when Kemisha accidentally stepped on Keyshauna's foot in the line. Keyshauna shoved Kemisha backwards into the jello molds. Kemisha spilled her drink all over her brand new shirt. She was so mad, but not interested in getting into more trouble then she was already in. Just as Keyshauna reached up to grab Kemisha's hair the principal intervened and sent them to the office.

Based on the story what is the most appropriate setting?
  1. The line at a football game
  2. The cafeteria lunch line
  3. A classroom
  4. The girls' locker room
To make an inference, you
  1. use background knowledge and details from the text.
  2. make a prediction.
  3. use foreshadowing in your writing.
  4. guess about what will happen next.
The purple aliens landed with a crash and a boom. The residents of the small Iowa town ran in all directions as the multi-fingered creatures got off their spaceship. They landed right in front of the local cell phone store and appeared to be eager to check out Earth's communication technology. Fortunately, the salesman kept his head and showed the aliens many kinds of cell phones. The friendly purple creatures soon discovered that cell phones were cool. And lo and behold, the salesman had never seen anyone learn how to text so quickly. Maybe friendly aliens would do well on Earth after all.

What is the author's purpose?
  1. To inform
  2. To express personal feelings
  3. To persuade
  4. To entertain

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