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Reading Review Salt 4 th Grade OCR Round 1Round 2 Final Jeopardy.

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3 Reading Review Salt 4 th Grade OCR

4 Round 1Round 2 Final Jeopardy

5 Vocab- ulary Spelling Grammar More Grammar Compre- hension More compre - hension $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Scores

6 $100 The wind blew Ivan’s ship into _____________________ (unknown) seas.

7 $100 uncharted uncharted Scores

8 $200 The princess went down to the _______________________ (a place where ships load or unload) to see the Russian ship.

9 $200 port port Scores

10 $300 On the giant’s shoulders, Ivan could see his ___________________ (the land where he was born) land ahead. On the giant’s shoulders, Ivan could see his ___________________ (the land where he was born) land ahead.

11 $300 native Scores

12 $400 Ivan bowed before the king and requested permission to trade his _______________________ (goods).

13 $400 merchandise merchandise Scores

14 $500 The wedding _______________________ (group moving in an orderly line) was about to enter the church. The wedding _______________________ (group moving in an orderly line) was about to enter the church.

15 $500 procession procession Scores

16 $100 Which word is spelled incorrectly? prizeregondrawing Correct as is. Which word is spelled incorrectly? prizeregondrawing Correct as is.

17 $100 region Scores

18 $200 Which word is spelled incorrectly? allowspeacefulreech Correct as is. Which word is spelled incorrectly? allowspeacefulreech Correct as is.

19 $200 reach Scores

20 $300 Which word is spelled correctly? crutchesdoctershoping crutchesdoctershoping

21 $300 crutches crutches Scores

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23 $400 Which word is spelled incorrectly? forignexpensivecousin To get the Daily double, you must spell the word correctly To get the Daily double, you must spell the word correctly. Which word is spelled incorrectly? forignexpensivecousin To get the Daily double, you must spell the word correctly To get the Daily double, you must spell the word correctly.

24 $400 foreign Scores

25 $500 Which word is spelled correctly Which word is spelled correctly?shairdureingexhaust Correct as is. Which word is spelled correctly Which word is spelled correctly?shairdureingexhaust Correct as is.

26 $500 exhaust Scores

27 $100 Jack saw four pets in the window of the store a dog, a cat, a bird, and a hamster. Your choices are: semicolon (;), question mark (?), colon (:), or comma (,). What grammatical mark should be placed between the two underlined words?

28 $100 Scores Jack saw four pets in the window of the store: a dog, a cat, a bird, and a hamster. colon ( : )

29 $200 Topeka is the Capital of Kansas. The word that should NOT be capitalized is … ?

30 $200 Capital Capital should not be capitalized. Scores Topeka is the capital of Kansas. Topeka is the capital of Kansas..

31 $300 Penny is reading a poem by Shel Silverstein called The Romance. correct way What is the correct way for Penny to write the title of this poem?

32 $300 Scores Penny is reading a poem by Shel Silverstein called “ The Romance”. Quotations ( “ “ ) around the title.

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34 $400 You need to go to 1st Street to get to the school. Street What is the correct way to write the abbreviation for the word “ Street ”?

35 $400 Scores You need to go to 1st St. to get to the school.

36 $500 Bonnie said, Do you want to come to my house? We could clean my room. quotation marks Where should quotation marks be placed in this sentence?

37 $500 Scores Bonnie said, “ Do you want to come to my house? We could clean my room.”

38 $100 What does the underlined word mean? You tend to be realistic about your chances of winning. Excited, sensible, or cool What does the underlined word mean? You tend to be realistic about your chances of winning. Excited, sensible, or cool

39 $100 Realistic means -- sensible Realistic means -- sensible Scores

40 $200 timespatial The following words are either time or spatial order words. First, next, then, soon, today, and tomorrow

41 $200 Time order, Time order, they give you a sense of time as to when things occur. Scores

42 $300 The people complained because the train was late. Complained Complained means --dance, find answers, or find fault The people complained because the train was late. Complained Complained means --dance, find answers, or find fault

43 $300 To find fault Scores

44 $400 paragraph begins with a sentence like the following, what method is used to organize it? When a paragraph begins with a sentence like the following, what method is used to organize it? What is the best way to plant a garden? Cause and effect, Compare and contrast, or Question and answer. paragraph begins with a sentence like the following, what method is used to organize it? When a paragraph begins with a sentence like the following, what method is used to organize it? What is the best way to plant a garden? Cause and effect, Compare and contrast, or Question and answer.

45 $400 Question and answer. Scores

46 $500 Sue went to her friend’s birthday party on Monday February What is the correct punctuation to use in this sentence for the underlined part. Sue went to her friend’s birthday party on Monday February What is the correct punctuation to use in this sentence for the underlined part.

47 $500 Scores Sue went to her friend’s birthday party on Monday, February 6, 2004.

48 $100 Why did his father give Ivan a cheap cargo of beams and boards? Why did his father give Ivan a cheap cargo of beams and boards? He did not like Ivan, or He thought Ivan was a fool. Why did his father give Ivan a cheap cargo of beams and boards? Why did his father give Ivan a cheap cargo of beams and boards? He did not like Ivan, or He thought Ivan was a fool.

49 $100 Scores He thought Ivan was a fool. Why did his father give Ivan a cheap cargo of beams and boards?

50 $200 Why did the king tell Ivan he had enough salt? He did not know what salt was, or His kitchens were filled with salt. Why did the king tell Ivan he had enough salt? He did not know what salt was, or His kitchens were filled with salt.

51 $200 Scores Why did the king tell Ivan he had enough salt? He did not know what salt was.

52 $300 What does Ivan do with his cargo of beams and boards? Ivan... What does Ivan do with his cargo of beams and boards? Ivan...

53 $300 Ivan throws all of the beams and boards overboard to make room for the salt. Scores

54 $400 How does Ivan trick the king into tasting the salt? Ivan... How does Ivan trick the king into tasting the salt? Ivan...

55 $400 Ivan sneaks into the king’s kitchen and secretly flavors the king’s food. Scores

56 $500 Why are Ivan’s brothers jealous when they meet him at sea? Ivan’s brothers are jealous, because... Why are Ivan’s brothers jealous when they meet him at sea? Ivan’s brothers are jealous, because...

57 $500 Why are Ivan’s brothers jealous when they meet him at sea? Ivan’s brothers are jealous, because they have heard of Ivan’s good fortune. Why are Ivan’s brothers jealous when they meet him at sea? Ivan’s brothers are jealous, because they have heard of Ivan’s good fortune. Scores

58 $100 How does Ivan lose his cargo of gold and silver? Ivan loses his cargo of gold and silver when his... _______________________. How does Ivan lose his cargo of gold and silver? Ivan loses his cargo of gold and silver when his... _______________________.

59 $100 How does Ivan lose his cargo of gold and silver? How does Ivan lose his cargo of gold and silver? Ivan loses his cargo of gold and silver when his brothers Fyodor and Vasily take it from him and throw him overboard. Ivan loses his cargo of gold and silver when his brothers Fyodor and Vasily take it from him and throw him overboard. How does Ivan lose his cargo of gold and silver? How does Ivan lose his cargo of gold and silver? Ivan loses his cargo of gold and silver when his brothers Fyodor and Vasily take it from him and throw him overboard. Ivan loses his cargo of gold and silver when his brothers Fyodor and Vasily take it from him and throw him overboard. Scores

60 $200 How does Ivan finally get home? He finally gets home when... How does Ivan finally get home? He finally gets home when...

61 $200 How does Ivan finally get home? He finally gets home when a gloomy giant offers to carry him there. How does Ivan finally get home? He finally gets home when a gloomy giant offers to carry him there. Scores

62 $300 Why does the giant allow Ivan to boast? Ivan … Why does the giant allow Ivan to boast? Ivan …

63 $300 Ivan tells the giant that he was not really boasting; he was expressing his happiness. Ivan then shows the giant what happiness is. Scores

64 $400 Which of these is an example of Ivan being clever? He designed a good plan to get the king to taste the salt. or He loses his cargo of gold and silver. Which of these is an example of Ivan being clever? He designed a good plan to get the king to taste the salt. or He loses his cargo of gold and silver.

65 $400 Scores Which of these is an example of Ivan being clever? He designed a good plan to get the king to taste the salt. Which of these is an example of Ivan being clever? He designed a good plan to get the king to taste the salt.

66 $500 What did Ivan boast about? How wealthy he had become, or how the giant carried him home. What did Ivan boast about? How wealthy he had become, or how the giant carried him home.

67 $500 Scores What did Ivan boast about? How the giant carried him home. What did Ivan boast about? How the giant carried him home.

68 Scores Spelling Final Jeopardy Question

69 Right down the amount your team wants to wager. $______ Now, spell the word that I say aloud to you. ___________________ Right down the amount your team wants to wager. $______ Now, spell the word that I say aloud to you. ___________________

70 What is the word your teacher says to you? Scores


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