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Stone Age, Neolithic and Egyptian Art test 1. $100 Text Structures $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 FINAL JEOPARDY Purpose and viewpoint Prepositions.

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1 Stone Age, Neolithic and Egyptian Art test 1

2 $100 Text Structures $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 FINAL JEOPARDY Purpose and viewpoint Prepositions Subject and verb Pronoun and Antecedent

3 Go to the following website: What organizational pattern did the website use? A. Cause and effect B. Chronological/Sequential C. Descriptive

4 It was Chronological/Sequential because you had steps to follow in a specific order.

5 Protecting Polar Bears Global warming threatens population The world's remaining 25,000 polar bears make their home in the frosty climates of Canada, Alaska, Greenland, Norway, and Russia. Warmer than normal temperatures, however, have caused the sea ice there to meltthe same ice polar bears roam to hunt for seals and walruses. Habitat loss has resulted in polar bears' losing weight, drowning, and starving to death. Fewer cubs have been able to survive the changing conditions. For example, the polar bear population in western Hudson Bay in Canada experienced a 22-percent decrease from 1987 to 1994. What organizational pattern is used? A.Cause and Effect B.Compare/Contrast C. Sequential/Chronological

6 A. Cause and Effect- Key words: Caused and Resulted

7 Raise the Age! Raising the driving age in Florida is essential to the safety of drivers. Roads are too congested to have immature drivers. First of all, sixteen-year-old drivers are nine times more likely to get in accidents than 17-year-old drivers, as a result of using phones for text messaging, or calling friends while driving. Moreover, they are more likely to run stop signs and red lights for fun. Statistics show that young drivers cause most accidents. More than five thousand U.S. teens die each year in accidents. The rate of crashes, fatal and nonfatal, per mile driven for 16-year-old drivers is almost 10 times the rate for drivers of older ages, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. What generalization does the author make? A. The rate of crashes, fatal and nonfatal, per mile driven for 16-year- old drivers is almost 10 times the rate for drivers of older ages, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. B. More than five thousand U.S. teens die each year in accidents. C. Raising the driving age in Florida is essential to the safety of drivers.

8 C. Raising the driving age in Florida is essential to the safety of drivers. The authors argument is that the driving age should be raised. He/she then gives statistics to back it up.

9 Dolphins and Porpoises: Whats the difference? People often mistake dolphins and porpoises. Dolphins and porpoises are both mammals in the whale family. Dolphins and porpoises are considered to be small whales. All dolphins and porpoises are toothed whales. However, dolphins and porpoises ________ in the type of teeth they have. Dolphins have sharp conal teeth, while porpoises have teeth that are spade or shovel shaped. In fact, scientists generally use tooth shape as a way of classifying an animal as a dolphin or a porpoise. Dolphins generally tend to have a pointy mouth or "beak" and a curved dorsal fin, but there are exceptions. What signal word should go in the blank?

10 Possible answers: Differ, are different

11 What to Do About: Bee and Wasp Stings A bee will leave behind a stinger attached to a venom sac. Try to remove it as quickly as possible. (Wasps don't leave their stingers in the skin after stinging, which means they can sting more than once.) Wash the area carefully with soap and water. Do this two to three times a day until the skin is healed. Apply an ice pack wrapped in a cloth or a cold, wet washcloth for a few minutes. Give tylenol or ibuprofen for pain. For pain and itching, give an over-the-counter oral antihistamine if your child's doctor says it's OK What is the organizational pattern?

12 Sequential/Chronological- Presents the information in the steps that need to be followed in the order they are to be done.

13 Read the information and use it to answer the question. Uniforms help maintain school discipline, decreasing the amount of discipline problems. Children today are lacking in self- discipline because parents refuse to discipline them. This makes it more difficult on the teacher who has to deal with classes of 25-30 students at a time. Uniforms create structure, which in turn creates discipline. What is the authors viewpoint? A. To persuade B. Uniforms C. Uniforms would help teachers with discipline D. Teachers should write more referrals

14 Answer: Uniforms would help teachers with discipline Topic- Uniforms Viewpoint is how the author feels about the topic

15 The Surgeon General has reported on the effects smoking has on the health of adults. Furthermore, recent studies have found that individuals exposed to second-hand smoke over a period of time also suffer adverse affects to their health. Parents should avoid exposing their children to cigarette smoke and should educate their children on the affects smoking can have on health. What is the authors purpose in the passage? A.The author wants to entertain the reader with a story about smoking B. The author wants to inform the reader with facts about smoking C.The author reflects about his own experience smoking D. The author is trying to persuade others not to smoke around children.

16 Answer: The author is trying to persuade others not to smoke around children. Reason- The paragraph includes an opinion supported by facts.

17 The giant panda is a bear-like animal that has thick white fur with black markings on its ears, limbs, shoulders, and around its eyes. The giant panda feeds on bamboo forests at high altitudes in western China. It also eats bulbs, roots, eggs, and some small mammals. The cubs are born in late winter. The giant panda is an endangered species and is protected by the Chinese government. What is the authors viewpoint? A. Objective B. Pandas are endangered C. The author wants to entertain his readers with descriptions of pandas D. Pandas make great pets

18 Answer- Objective Reason- The author expresses no opinion

19 It was a glorious morning in Alabama. The sun was shining through the trees. Alan couldn't wait to find his fishing pole and call his friend Sam to go fishing. They had a great time on these early morning fishing trips. They took their dogs with them and the dogs would swim in the lake while they fished. It was so funny to watch those dogs paddle around the lake. What is the authors purpose? A. The author wants to entertain the reader with a fun fishing story B. The author wants to inform the reader about how to fish C. The author wants to persuade the reader to come fishing with Sam. D. The author wants to entertain the reader with a scary story about fishing accidents

20 Answer- A. The author wants to entertain the reader with a fun fishing story Reason- The author provides details about the beautiful day and activities

21 The motion capture animation is top-notch and it's hard not to be impressed with what Robert Zemeckis has wrought, even if there's the occasional sense he's pandering to an audience that can't get through a 90 minute story without a few yuks and a chase. What is the authors viewpoint of the movie? Select two words you used to determine the viewpoint. A. The story was good but the special effects were not B. The animation is good, but too scary for children. C. The animation is good, but it gets carried away with too many action scenes. D. The reviewer thoroughly hated the movie.

22 Answer- The animation is good, but it gets carried away with too many action scenes.

23 Select a pronoun that agrees with the antecedent. Sampson asked _____ friend to drop ____ off at the corner. Select a pronoun that agrees with the antecedent.

24 Answer- his, him

25 Select a pronoun that agrees with the antecedent. My brother or his friend, Paul, will put the notebook in _______ bookbag.

26 Answer- His Reason- You have two singular antecedents joined by or

27 Select a pronoun that agrees with the antecedent. _____ and her mother will be going to the supermarket after school.

28 Answer- She Reason- You need a feminine, singular, subject pronoun

29 What is the antecedent in the following sentence? In the classroom, the boy sitting beside Thomas and behind Gary raised his hand to ask a question.

30 Answer- boy Reason- Get rid of the prepositional phrases

31 Choose the pronoun that correctly agrees with the antecedent. The dog with the big ears growled and lowered _______ tail. (spelling counts)

32 Answer- its Reason- The dog is an animal and it is unclear what the gender of the animal is

33 Subject/Verb Agreement You must identify the subject in your answer Some trees (change/changes) color in fall.

34 Answer- Subject- Trees Verb- Change Rule - Plural subjects take plural verbs

35 Subject/Verb Agreement You must identify the subject in your answer Musicians from Peru and Ecuador (has, have) played in our auditorium

36 Answer- Subject- Musicians Verb- have Reason- from Peru and Ecuador is a prepositional phrase and must be taken out.

37 Subject/Verb Agreement You must identify the subject in your answer The basketball players or the coach (shoot, shoots) baskets after practice.

38 Answer- Subject- players or coach Verb- shoots Reason- When a singular subject and plural subject are joined by or, the verb agrees with the nearest subject

39 Subject/Verb Agreement You must identify the subject in your answer Strawberries and cream (are, is) my favorite ice cream flavor.

40 Answer- Subject- Strawberries and cream Verb- is Reason- One flavor is meant by strawberries and cream, so a singular verb is used.

41 Subject/Verb Agreement You must identify the subject in your answer On Saturdays, in the middle of the night, a man from one of the local towns or mischievous children (knocks, knock) on my door.

42 Answer- Subject- man or children Verb- knocks Reason- a singular pronoun and a plural pronoun are joined by or. The verb agrees with the subject closest to it.

43 Identify the preposition in the following sentence: I laid the hammer beside the nails.

44 Answer: beside

45 What is the object of the preposition in the sentence below? The dog laid under his owners feet.

46 Answer- feet Reason- It is the noun that follows the preposition

47 What is the prepositional phrase in the sentence below? Between the tables, you will find my wallet.

48 Answer- Between the tables Reason- Preposition- Between Object- Tables

49 How many prepositions are in the following sentence? In the pantry, you will find a can of beans next to the corn and behind the rice.

50 Answer- 3- In, next, behind

51 What do you do if there is a prepositional phrase between the subject and the verb and you are trying to determine subject/verb agreement?

52 Answer- You mark it out

53 FINAL JEOPARDY MAKE YOUR WAGER

54 Write the five steps in the writing process.

55 Prewrite Organize Write Edit Revise


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