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2 Game Play Open 2 nd Slide, let the sound play. Click to 3 rd Slide, let the sound play. Click to 4 th Slide and show students the Game Board As you play the game, click on the YELLOW DOLLAR AMOUNT that the contestant calls, not the surrounding box. When the student answers, click anywhere on the screen to see the correct answer. Keep track of which questions have already been picked by printing out the game board screen (Slide 4) and checking off as you go. Click on the “House / Home Icon” box to return to the main scoreboard. Final Jeopardy – Go to Slide 3 and click “Final Jeopardy” button in the bottom right corner, click again for the Question, click again for final jeopardy sound, When that is finished playing click again for the answer slide.

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4 Final 100 ???

5 Informational Elements 1 Informational Elements 2 Text Structure Standard 6Standard 7

6 Tools that help read nonfiction (bold print, captions, diagrams)

7 Text Features

8 Facts and opinions used by the author to prove a point

9 Reasons and Evidence

10 A type of text read for the purpose of learning more about a subject or understanding how to complete a task.

11 Technical Text

12 A type of text that is read for the purpose of gaining knowledge in a particular area of science.

13 Scientific Text

14 A type of text that is read to gain knowledge of a particular era, and how it shaped the future.

15 Historical Text

16 A sentence that tells the reader what the paragraph or story is about

17 Main Idea or Central Idea

18 Important facts or opinions to support the main idea

19 Key Details

20 DAILY DOUBLE

21 Use your own words to briefly explain something

22 Summarize

23 Words that come before or after a specific word or passage that give it meaning

24 Context Clues

25 The main subject or a piece of text

26 Topic

27 Authors organize information by why something happened and what happened.

28 Cause and Effect

29 Authors put things in order as to how they happened in time

30 Chronology

31 Authors organize information in a question or situation that needs to be solved and a way of solving it.

32 Problem Solution

33 Authors describe something by listing its features, characteristics, or examples.

34 Description

35 Authors show how two or more things are alike and/or how they are different

36 Compare and Contrast

37 To personally experience or see something yourself; primary source

38 Firsthand Account

39 To hear or learn about an event through someone else or a different source other than yourself

40 Secondhand Account

41 The way an event or thing is viewed

42 Perspective

43 A particular account of a matter

44 Versions

45 Information used to write a report or speech on a certain topic

46 Multiple Sources

47 A way to gather and organize information or data

48 Chart

49 A way to gather and organize information or data

50 Graph

51 A drawing that shows the parts of something

52 Diagram

53 To put things in order as to how they happened in time

54 Time Line

55 Pictures or other visual representations within a text

56 Illustrations

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58 Acronyms used to compare nonfiction paired passages

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60 TAMDA


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