$100 Question Inference Tommy and John were hot and sweaty as they sat outside the principal’s office. Dirt smeared both of their faces, and they could hear their teacher’s voice as she gave Mr. Jones her account of what had happened. Tommy sneered at John, and John returned the angry glare. As Miss Brown left Mr. Jones’ office, the boys hung their heads so they wouldn’t have to look her in the eye. From this paragraph you can conclude which of the following: The boys were best friends. They had disappointed their teacher. The principal was a nice man.
$100 Answer What is the boys disappointed their teacher?
$200 Question Inference Turner almost wished that he hadn’t listened to the radio. He went to the closet and grabbed his umbrella. He would feel silly carrying it to the bus stop on such a sunny morning. From this passage what can you conclude: Turner realized that he had an unnatural fear of falling radio parts. Turner had promised himself to do something silly that morning. Turner had heard a weather forecast that predicted rain. Turner planned to trade his umbrella for a bus ride.
$200 Answer What is, he heard a weather forecast?
$300 Question Story Parts The place where a story takes place.
$400 Question Text Information When you look at how something is the same as something else. That is which: Comparison or Contrast
$400 Answer What is a comparison? The father and son are alike because they both...
$500 Question Story Parts This includes part of the beginning, middle, and ending of a story. It is told in order.
$500 Answer What is a retelling? Example: Three bears went on a hike. A girl went in their house. When the bears came home the girl ran away.
$100 Question Text Structure This Text Structure is an example of- “We went to the park and played ball. Next, we played checkers and chess. Finally we made it to the beach.” Cause/ EffectProblem/ Solution DescriptionSequence of Events
$100 Answer What is a Sequence of events? Clue Words “We went to the park and played ball. Next, we played checkers and chess. Finally we made it to the beach.”
$200 Question Text Structure This Text Structure is an example of- “The boy ran up and kicked the ball. The ball rolled past the curb and into the street.” Cause/ EffectProblem/ Solution DescriptionSequence of Events
$200 Answer What is a Cause and Effect? Cause The boy kicked the ball. Effect The ball rolled.
$300 Question Text Structure This Text Structure is an example of- “I needed $3.00 to go to the movies. I tried to borrow money from my sister. I looked in my piggy bank. But found a $5.00 bill in an old sock in my drawer.” Cause/ EffectProblem/ Solution DescriptionSequence of Events
$300 Answer What is a Problem Solution? Problem Needed $3.00 for movies. Solution Found $5.00 in a sock.
$400 Question Text Structure This Text Structure is an example of- “I am forty years old, rather tall and I have blue eyes and short black hair. I wear casual clothes as I teach students in a relaxed atmosphere.” Cause/ EffectProblem/ Solution DescriptionSequence of Events
$400 Answer What is descriptive? Describes the person: forty years old tall, blue eyes I teach students
$500 Question Text Structure This Text Structure is an example of- “Sam studied hard for a test. He read all of the chapter. Sam earned an A on his test.” Cause/ EffectProblem/ Solution DescriptionSequence of Events
$500 Answer What is a Cause and Effect? Cause Sam studied for the test. Effect Sam earned an A on the test.
Final Jeopardy “I did my very best on the test. I checked each answer and found evidence in the passage to help me. I also used all of the strategies we have talked about in class.”
Final Jeopardy Answer What a fourth grade student, at Grandview, will say after they have completed the State Assesment?
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