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Learning Intentions - Today, we will address these College Readiness Standards in Reading: 1.Main Ideas and Author’s Intent 2.Meanings of Words 3.Supporting Details 4.Meanings of Words 5.Generalizations and Conclusions Success Criteria – I am successful if I… 1.Identify a main idea. 2.Use context clues to define a word. 3.Identify an important detail. 4.Use context clues to define a word. 5.Identify an important generalization. 9 th Grade Reading CPW
9 th Grade Notes *ONLY READ PARAGRAPHS 1-7* *The character “Buck” is an Alaskan sled dog.* Take 5 minutes to carefully read the passage. There will be 5 questions this week. You will have 2 minutes to work on each question individually. You will have 1 minute to work on each question as a group.
#1 – After reading paragraphs 1-5, what is the main conflict in this passage? A – Mercedes is preventing the dogs from pulling the sled. B – Hal and Mercedes are abusing the dogs. C – The sled is too heavy for the dogs. D – The owners of the dog sled lack experience.
#2 – In paragraph 5, what is the best definition of the word “unwieldy”? A – Unattractive B – Unbelievable C – Uncontrollable D – Unavoidable
#3 – According to paragraph 6, how many people are involved in the expedition? A – 2 B – 3 C – 4 D – 6
#4 – After reading paragraph 7, what is the best definition of the word “inexorable”? A – Unattractive B – Unbelievable C – Uncontrollable D – Unavoidable
#5 – What is the best summary of paragraph 7? A – Mercedes was very upset and refused to cooperate. B – Mercedes decided to throw away all of her men’s belongings. C – Mercedes tried everything possible to keep her possessions. D – Mercedes was upset but eventually began working to help the expedition.
#1In Paragraph 1, what is the best description of the main idea? A.People will forget about you if you don’t win a gold medal. B.Felix was too young to win a gold medal. C.It was difficult for Felix to live up to expectations. D.Felix won two silver medals at the Olympics. 75% of RHS Frosh missed a question similar to this on the Fall EXPLORE test.
CPW 9 th Grade Reading OK, repeat the questions with your squad members. Discuss and argue with your group members about what the correct answers are. 90 seconds per question for Squad Mode. After the group answers, trade answer sheets and launch the Answers Video.