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1 CRCT Reading Review

2 Understand and determine the meaning of unfamiliar words by using context clues Choose the correct meaning for the underlined word. The science project was a laborious task, and we finally finished after working all weekend on it. a.Easy and carefree b.New, unique, and different c.Requiring much effort d.Completed by machine

3 Understand and determine the meaning of unfamiliar words by using context clues Choose the correct meaning for the underlined word. Max is usually very affable, but today he is snapping at everyone and being quite unpleasant. a.Rude b.Friendly c.Smart d.Mean

4 Understand and determine the meaning of unfamiliar words by using context clues Choose the correct meaning for the underlined word. The choir received many accolades for their amazing performance at the festival. a.Compliments b.Problems c.Actions d.Songs

5 Understand and determine the meaning of unfamiliar words by using context clues Choose the correct meaning for the underlined word. We couldn’t use actual swords in our play, so the faux weapons were made out of foam. a.Perfect b.Famous c.Fake d.Cheap

6 Understand and determine the meaning of unfamiliar words by using context clues Choose the correct meaning for the underlined word. My mom is very frugal and won’t buy anything unless it is on sale, or she has a coupon. a.Uncaring about money b.Carefree about money c.Careless about money d.Careful about money

7 Understand and determine the meaning of unfamiliar words by using context clues Choose the correct meaning for the underlined word. The school lunchroom does not have the myriad of food choices the food court at the mall has. a.Very few b.Large variety c.Common d.Usual

8 Comprehend and use words with multiple meanings to determine which meaning is intended from the context of the sentence Choose the correct meaning for the underlined word. I could hear my entire family root for me during the soccer game. a.The underground part of a plant b.The cause of a problem c.To encourage or cheer d.A base or origin of a word

9 Comprehend and use words with multiple meanings to determine which meaning is intended from the context of the sentence Choose the correct meaning for the underlined word. After we order our food, we will pick it up at the drive through window. a.A command b.To put things in a sequence c.To ask to be made or provided d.A state of peace and correct behavior

10 Comprehend and use words with multiple meanings to determine which meaning is intended from the context of the sentence Choose the correct meaning for the underlined word. When the boxer entered the ring for the match, the crowd began to cheer. a.A circular piece of jewelry worn on the finger b.An enclosed area c.A circle of bark from a tree d.To cause a bell or bells to sound

11 Comprehend and use words with multiple meanings to determine which meaning is intended from the context of the sentence Choose the correct meaning for the underlined word. Puget Sound is in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Washington. a.A noise b.Free from injury c.Uninterrupted d.An arm or portion of a sea

12 Determine the meaning of common prefixes What is the meaning of the underlined prefix? misheard a.not b.again c.wrongly d.before

13 Determine the meaning of common prefixes What is the meaning of the underlined prefix? disagree a.not b.again c.wrongly d.before

14 Determine the meaning of common prefixes What is the meaning of the underlined prefix? review a.not b.again c.wrongly d.before

15 Determine the meaning of common prefixes What is the meaning of the underlined prefix? unable a.not b.again c.wrongly d.before

16 Determine the meaning of common prefixes What is the meaning of the underlined prefix? predetermined a.not b.again c.wrongly d.before

17 Determine the meaning of common prefixes What is the meaning of the underlined prefix? improper a.not b.again c.wrongly d.before

18 Determine the meaning of common suffixes What is the meaning of the underlined suffix? slowly a.more than b.one who c.able to d.full of e.state of being f.in this way/in a certain way g.act of

19 Determine the meaning of common suffixes What is the meaning of the underlined suffix? farmer a.more than b.one who c.able to d.full of e.state of being f.in this way/in a certain way g.act of

20 Determine the meaning of common suffixes What is the meaning of the underlined suffix? dangerous a.more than b.one who c.able to d.full of e.state of being f.in this way/in a certain way g.act of

21 Determine the meaning of common suffixes What is the meaning of the underlined suffix? understandable a.more than b.one who c.able to d.full of e.state of being f.in this way/in a certain way g.act of

22 Determine the meaning of common suffixes What is the meaning of the underlined suffix? nicer a.more than b.one who c.able to d.full of e.state of being f.in this way/in a certain way g.act of

23 Determine the meaning of common suffixes What is the meaning of the underlined suffix? kindness a.more than b.one who c.able to d.full of e.state of being f.in this way/in a certain way g.act of

24 Determine the meaning of common suffixes What is the meaning of the underlined suffix? beautiful a.more than b.one who c.able to d.full of e.state of being f.in this way/in a certain way g.act of

25 Determine the meaning of common suffixes What is the meaning of the underlined suffix? punishment a.more than b.one who c.able to d.full of e.state of being f.in this way/in a certain way g.act of

26 Apply the meaning of terms, such as: antonym, synonym, and homophone Identify the word that is a synonym for the underlined word. Anna finally solved the complex problem on her third try. a.compound b.simple c.difficult d.recent

27 Apply the meaning of terms, such as: antonym, synonym, and homophone Identify the word that is a synonym for the underlined word in this sentence. Even though there was only a minute amount of sand in her shoe, Jena wouldn’t stop complaining. a.unit of time b.very small c.huge d.moment

28 Apply the meaning of terms, such as: antonym, synonym, and homophone Identify the word that is an antonym for the underlined word. My little brother regularly comes in my room and takes my things. a.seldom b.often c.regulate d.usually

29 Apply the meaning of terms, such as: antonym, synonym, and homophone Identify the word that is a homophone for the underlined word. Maria’s fever made her feel weak and tired. a.strong b.frail c.sick d.week

30 Apply the meaning of terms, such as: antonym, synonym, and homophone Identify the word that is an antonym for the underlined word. Choose carefully so you get the right answer. a.correct b.write c.wrong d.proper

31 Apply the meaning of terms, such as: antonym, synonym, and homophone Identify the word that is a homophone for the underlined word. I will read the directions to the test aloud. a.quietly b.allowed c.loudly d.spoken

32 Apply the meaning of terms, such as: antonym, synonym, and homophone Identify the word that is a synonym for the underlined word. It was a fabrication when Cara claimed her brother broke the lamp that she had knocked over. a.clothes b.truth c.lie d.action

33 Determine how meaning in prose and poetry is affected by imagery, rhythm, flow, or figurative language, Identify the type of imagery, rhyme, flow, or figurative language. The cake was a dream, with its moist texture and delicious vanilla frosting. a.metaphor b.simile c.hyperbole d.personification e.alliteration

34 Determine how meaning in prose and poetry is affected by imagery, rhythm, flow, or figurative language, Identify the type of imagery, rhyme, flow, or figurative language. The book stood quietly on the shelf, waiting for someone to choose it. a.metaphor b.simile c.hyperbole d.personification e.alliteration

35 Determine how meaning in prose and poetry is affected by imagery, rhythm, flow, or figurative language, Identify the type of imagery, rhyme, flow, or figurative language. The flowers were like a carpet covering the field. a.metaphor b.simile c.hyperbole d.personification e.alliteration

36 Determine how meaning in prose and poetry is affected by imagery, rhythm, flow, or figurative language, Identify the type of imagery, rhyme, flow, or figurative language. I have been waiting forever for Mom to pick me up. a.metaphor b.simile c.hyperbole d.personification e.alliteration

37 Determine how meaning in prose and poetry is affected by imagery, rhythm, flow, or figurative language, Identify the type of imagery, rhyme, flow, or figurative language. Dashawn’s hands were as cold as ice when he came inside. a.metaphor b.simile c.hyperbole d.personification e.alliteration

38 Determine how meaning in prose and poetry is affected by imagery, rhythm, flow, or figurative language, Identify the type of imagery, rhyme, flow, or figurative language. The gentle wind rocked me to sleep. a.metaphor b.simile c.hyperbole d.personification e.alliteration

39 Determine how meaning in prose and poetry is affected by imagery, rhythm, flow, or figurative language, Identify the type of imagery, rhyme, flow, or figurative language. The moon was mild and marvelous above us. a.metaphor b.simile c.hyperbole d.personification e.alliteration

40 Determine how meaning in prose and poetry is affected by imagery, rhythm, flow, or figurative language, Identify the type of imagery, rhyme, flow, or figurative language. The river was a blue ribbon crossing the valley. a.metaphor b.simile c.hyperbole d.personification e.alliteration

41 Determine how meaning in prose and poetry is affected by imagery, rhythm, flow, or figurative language, Identify the type of imagery, rhyme, flow, or figurative language. Matt’s head exploded with rage. a.metaphor b.simile c.hyperbole d.personification e.alliteration

42 Determine how meaning in prose and poetry is affected by imagery, rhythm, flow, or figurative language, Identify the type of imagery, rhyme, flow, or figurative language. Her voice is like nails screeching on a chalkboard. a.metaphor b.simile c.hyperbole d.personification e.alliteration

43 Determine how meaning in prose and poetry is affected by imagery, rhythm, flow, or figurative language, Identify the type of imagery, rhyme, flow, or figurative language. Then the gentle giant winked and waved us on a.metaphor b.simile c.hyperbole d.personification e.alliteration

44 Determine how meaning in prose and poetry is affected by imagery, rhythm, flow, or figurative language, Identify the type of imagery, rhyme, flow, or figurative language. If I fail this test, it will be the end of the world. a.metaphor b.simile c.hyperbole d.personification e.alliteration

45 Determine how meaning in prose and poetry is affected by imagery, rhythm, flow, or figurative language, Identify the type of imagery, rhyme, flow, or figurative language. All the world is a stage, and the people are the actors. a.metaphor b.simile c.hyperbole d.personification e.alliteration

46 Evaluate the use of graphics in poetry, Poor old Jonathan Bing Went out in his carriage to visit the King, But everyone pointed and said, "Look at that! Jonathan Bing has forgotten his hat!" (He'd forgotten his hat!) Poor old Jonathan Bing Went home and put on a new hat for the King, But by the palace the soldier said, "Hi! You can't see the King; you've forgotten your tie!“ (He'd forgotten his tie!) Poor old Jonathan Bing, He put on a beautiful tie for the King, But when he arrived, and Archbishop said, "Ho! You can't come to court in pajamas, you know!“ Poor old Jonathan Bing Went home and addressed a short note to the King: "If you please will excuse me, I won't come to tea; For home's the best place for all people like me!" The part of the poem in bold is called a ___________ stanza

47 Evaluate the use of graphics in poetry, Poor old Jonathan Bing Went out in his carriage to visit the King, But everyone pointed and said, "Look at that! Jonathan Bing has forgotten his hat!" (He'd forgotten his hat!) Poor old Jonathan Bing Went home and put on a new hat for the King, But by the palace the soldier said, "Hi! You can't see the King; you've forgotten your tie!“ (He'd forgotten his tie!) Poor old Jonathan Bing, He put on a beautiful tie for the King, But when he arrived, and Archbishop said, "Ho! You can't come to court in pajamas, you know!“ Poor old Jonathan Bing Went home and addressed a short note to the King: "If you please will excuse me, I won't come to tea; For home's the best place for all people like me!" The part of the poem in bold is called a ___________ refrain

48 Understand and apply knowledge of common textual features, (1) As elementary school ends, many students look ahead to middle school. (2)Middle school offers many different programs and opportunities for students. (3) Many students choose to participate in a musical program, like band or orchestra. (4) Other students choose to join a club that matches something they are interested in, such as art or drama. (5) Sports are another popular program, with intramural opportunities that include flag football and volleyball. (6) For students who might be struggling in math or science, there are even opportunities for tutoring. Which sentence is the topic sentence?

49 Understand and apply knowledge of common textual features, (1) Imagine being able to talk to a visitor from a far away land. (2) Maybe you would like to be able to visit another country and know how to read and speak to the native citizens. (3) You might even have a relative overseas you would like to communicate with. (4) If an employer has a choice between a person who speaks more than one language, and one that only speaks English, who do you think has a better chance at the job?(5) Learning a foreign language can be very useful. Which sentence is the topic sentence?

50 Understand and apply knowledge of common textual features, (1) Carelessness can be expensive. (2) If you don’t change the oil in your car, the repairs can cost hundreds of dollars. (3) Leaving coats and jackets behind will lead to having to buy a replacement. (4) Textbooks are important to learning, but if you spill something on or damage them, new ones can cost $50-$100. (5) Even forgetting to brush your teeth can lead to costly extra dentist visits. Which sentence is the topic sentence?

51 Demonstrate an awareness of media in the daily lives of most people Which of the following is not a way the media influences the public? a.The radio plays a song often, and soon you are singing along to the chorus. b.You notice the restaurant down the street has a new dollar menu. c.You go to Target to buy a new toy you saw in an ad in the newspaper. d.You donate money to the victims of the earthquake in Japan you saw on the news.

52 Demonstrate an awareness of media in the daily lives of most people Which of the following is not a purpose of the media? a.To entertain. b.To inform. c.To supply d.To persuade

53 Determine and analyze main ideas What is the main idea of the passage? a.Entrepreneurs need extra years of college to start a business. b.Bill Gates started a company called Microsoft. c.Entrepreneurs often have to take risks when they start a business. d.There are many different types of businesses. Many people look up to people like Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft, or Dave Thomas, the founder of Wendy’s and hope they can open a successful business in the future. There is more to being an entrepreneur than just having a good idea, though. Dave Thomas spent many years working in restaurants, and had a great career with Kentucky Fried Chicken, when he decided to leave his safe job to try and start his own restaurant. After Bill Gates received an almost perfect score on the SAT, he went on to study at Harvard, but instead of choosing to take a comfortable job in the growing field of technology, he spent all of his time and money creating a new type of software company.

54 Determine and analyze main ideas What is the main idea of the passage? a.The Soviet Union, its people, and its government. b.The United States wanted to keep communism from spreading c.There were differences between the U.S. and other countries. d.The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was set up after WWII. Soon after World War II, the differences between the United States and our former ally, the Soviet Union, led to conflict and disagreement. Many Americans and their allies were concerned that the Soviet style of government, communism, would become more common. NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, was formed by the U.S. and other free countries after World War II as an alliance to help protect one another from possible attacks by communist nations. The United States became involved in both the Korean War and the Vietnam War to help fight the spread of communism.

55 Determine and analyze main ideas What is the main idea of the passage? a.Andy was late to school every morning. b.Andy was able to eat his favorite breakfast of pancakes and sausage. c.Andy is on time for school every day now. d.Andy had problems being late until he learned to plan ahead. Andy was late again. Every morning, something seemed to take longer than he thought it would. One day, he had a hard time finding his tennis shoes. Another day, it took him twenty minutes to do the homework he had forgotten the night before. His mother was getting tired of having to wake him up when he forgot to set his alarm clock. Andy decided to turn over a new leaf. Every night before he went to bed, he spent five minutes laying out his clothes, packing up his backpack, and setting his alarm clock. Not only was he ready on time every day from then on, but he even had enough time for his favorite breakfast, pancakes and sausage, rather than grabbing a Pop-tart as he ran out the door.

56 Understand that theme refers to the implied or stated message about life and the world What is the theme of the passage? a.Goods had to be rationed during World War II b.Choices include vacations, rationing, and college. c.You shouldn’t be afraid to try something new. d.Sometimes making a choice means giving something up. Opportunity cost is an important part of everyday life, but is not a term most people are familiar with. For example, when a family decides to go to a family reunion in New York for their summer vacation trip, it means not going to the beach for summer vacation that year. Missing the beach trip for the family reunion in an opportunity cost. There are many times during history that people have had to make decisions. When goods were rationed during World War II, Mom might have to give up iced tea for the month in order to have enough of the rationed sugar to make Junior a birthday cake. A woman who decided to join the Navy as a clerk would have to postpone her dream of going to college until the war was over.

57 Understand that theme refers to the implied or stated message about life and the world What is the theme of the passage? a.Lindsay is a very picky eater. b.It is important to try your best. c.If you try something new, you might like it. d.Vegetables are important to a healthy meal. Lindsay and her mom fought every night about dinner. No matter what vegetable Lindsay’s mom made, Lindsay refused to try it. From cabbage and carrots, to broccoli and brussel sprouts, dinner was a parade of vegetables that were left behind on a plate. One day, Lindsay’s mom decided to try something different. At dinner, she gave everyone chicken and rice, but did not give Lindsay any cherry tomatoes. Lindsay asked why she didn’t get any, and her mom told her, “Oh, I’m sure you won’t like them.” Lindsay kept asking until her mother agreed to let her have some. Lindsay tried them and thought they were great! When her mom said, “I thought you didn’t like vegetables,” Lindsay told her, “I guess Joey at school was wrong.”

58 Use knowledge of common organizational structures Choose the organizational structure. a.Chronological order b.Classification scheme c.Cause and effect d.Logical order When the Civil War ended, former slaves were finally free. In many parts of the country, particularly the South, former slaves were often discriminated against and denied their rights. Even though the 15 th amendment gave all men the right to vote, and, some years later, the 19 th amendment gave women the right to vote, many African-Americans were still kept from voting. One way some African-Americans were prevented from voting was by poll taxes, a fee that was charged in order to vote. Many African-Americans who were poor could not afford to vote. This unfair treatment led Congress and the Senate to propose and pass the 24 th amendment, which would make it illegal to charge a poll tax to vote. Soon after, three- fourths of the states ratified the amendment, and the result is that no one has to pay in order to vote.

59 Use knowledge of common organizational structures Choose the organizational structure. a.Chronological order b.Classification scheme c.Cause and effect d.Logical order The Soviet Union was made up of Russia and a number of other communist states. During the 1970’s and 1980’s, the Soviet Union spent a large amount of money in an arms race with the United States. This made the shortage of goods in the Soviet Union more of a problem than it already was. When Mikhail Gorbachev took power in 1985, he tried to make changes to make life in the Soviet Union better, such as giving Soviet citizens freedom of speech. Soon after, many of the Soviet states that were different ethnic groups began to fight for their independence. By 1991, the Soviet Union was beginning to collapse, and it 1992 it became a commonwealth of independent republics. The Cold War was over, and the Soviet Union was no longer a communist country.

60 Use knowledge of common organizational structures Choose the organizational structure. a.Chronological order b.Classification scheme c.Cause and effect d.Logical order What makes you who you are? Many of our characteristics are learned behaviors, but genes control many of our traits, especially our physical appearance. Whether you will be short, average height, or tall depends on the genetic code passed on to you through both of your parents. Likewise, the color of your eyes, skin, and hair are genetic traits that come from your ancestors. Anyone who has commented that you have your father’s nose or your grandmother’s curly hair is noticing this genetic link. Even minor traits, like the length of your eyelashes, or whether or not you can curl your tongue are all determined by the genes passed on to you through your mother and father.

61 Use knowledge of common organizational structures Choose the organizational structure. a.Chronological order b.Classification scheme c.Cause and effect d.Logical order The animal kingdom is made up of many-celled creatures that feed on living or once-living things. The animals within the animal kingdom are divided into two groups, or phylum, vertebrates and invertebrates. Most animals, 97%, are invertebrates. Invertebrates are animals without a backbone. The largest class of invertebrates is insects, but there are other classes of invertebrates, such as arachnids, crustaceans, and mollusks. Most of the largest animals are vertebrates, which are animals that have a backbone. The five classes of vertebrates are mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, and amphibians. Human beings are part of the mammal class.

62 Understand and apply knowledge of common textual features, Which would be the best choice for a concluding sentence for this paragraph? a.Todd received a Frisbee from his best friend Tommy. b.The moon is more than 200,000 miles away from Earth. c.Todd knew this would be a birthday he would never forget. d.The next year, Todd had a baseball theme for his party. Todd’s birthday was extra special the year he turned seven. It was July 20, 1969, and his mom was rushing around making sure the party games were ready and the decorations were in place. He had been planning on having a cowboy theme, but once he heard that the Apollo 11 space mission was planning the first moon landing ever around his birthday, he changed his party theme. His cake was the shape of a rocket and he was wearing an astronaut costume. Once the party started, everyone was having fun and playing games when Todd’s dad called everyone into the living room to watch the moon landing. Todd and his friends watched in amazed silence as Neil Armstrong became the first human to walk on the moon.

63 Understand and apply knowledge of common textual features, Which would be the best choice for a concluding sentence for this paragraph? a.Eye color is a trait inherited by genes, as well as eye shape. b.Where we live and the people in our life influence this and other learned behaviors. c.There are many different languages spoken all over the world. d.Some people choose to wear hats and other accessories in or on their hair. As you’ve learned, genes control many of our traits, especially our appearance, but many other characteristics are due to learned behaviors. Your brown hair is controlled by genes, but how you cut and style your hair (or if you use dyes to change the color) is a learned behavior, influenced by those around you. While we are able to communicate even when we are babies, generally by crying, the language we speak is a learned behavior. Even people who speak the same language often have different accents.

64 Make perceptive and well-developed connections What conclusion can you draw after reading this passage? a.Jason got in trouble with his mom for making a mess. b.Jason’s favorite football team just lost their game. c.Jason likes making cookies with his mom. d.Jason’s baseball team lost their game. Jason stomped in the house, tossing his glove and cap into the corner. His mom came over to comfort him and asked him what the final score was. Andy told her it was 2-1 and Mom suggested they go in kitchen and have a treat of fresh baked cookies and milk. Jason perked up a little bit as he followed his mom into the kitchen.

65 Make perceptive and well-developed connections Predict what is most likely to happen next. a.Terrell will go the closest store to his house and buy new sneakers. b.Terrell will go on the Internet to buy his sneakers. c.Terrell will look for the best deal, and then buy the lowest cost sneakers. d.Terrell will buy shoes at his favorite store in the mall. Terrell thought it was important to be an informed consumer. Before he bought anything, he would compare the prices to see which store had the merchandise he wanted for the best price. He would also check the newspaper and Internet to see if he could find any coupons for the item. His friends would often laugh at him, because they just bought everything at their favorite store in the mall. One day, Terrell noticed that his sneakers were starting to wear out.


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