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1 Through Grandpas Eyes by Patricia MacLachlan RID Revised 9/09

2 LC 02: Summarize with evidence from the reading (Reading GLE 2.1.7) 1 Which sentence best summarizes the story? O A. A boy teaches his grandfather to read books by using his fingers. O B. A boy spends a day walking in the woods with his grandfather. O C. A boy learns how his grandfather can see without his eyes.

3 2 What is the meaning of the word gleam in paragraph 1? O A. Ripple O B. Shine O C. Heat LC 04: Interpret vocabulary critical to the meaning of the text (Reading GLE 1.3.2) 3

4 LA 06: Demonstrate understanding of literary elements (genres, story elements such as plot, character, setting, stylistic devices) and graphic elements/illustrations (Reading GLEs 2.2.2, 2.2.3, 2.3.3) 3 Who is telling the story? O A. John O B. Nana O C. Grandpa 4

5 4 How does Johns grandfather see without using his eyes? Include two examples from the story in your answer. ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ LA 08: Make connections (cause and effect) within a text (Reading GLE 2.3.1) 5

6 2A 2-point response: The student provides two text-based examples to explain how Johns grandfather sees without using his eyes. Example: Grandpa smells the bread Nana made. He also knows the birds by their sounds. 1A 1-point response: The student provides one text-based example to explain how Johns grandfather sees without using his eyes. 6

7 Text-based examples may include, but are not limited to: A.Uses memories / remembers from before he was blind B.Uses John to guide him on the path / holds Johns elbow C.Feels which way the wind blows / feels the grass / his hair blows D.Identifies birds by sounds / hears the honkers / Canada geese E.Smells the tea and bread F.Smells the paint G.Asks John and Nana to describe the color of the paint / John and Nana describe paint H.Uses his finger to know when the cup is full I.Feels the dishes to see if they are clean / wet / dry J.Reads by using Braille K.Listens to the (music / words) on T.V. to tell whats happening L.Knows when its dark M.Feels Johns hair and determines he needs a haircut / touches his head to kiss him good night N.Hears Grandma smile by her voice 7

8 4 How does Johns grandfather see without using his eyes? Include two examples from the story in your answer. The student provides six text-based examples to explain how Johns grandfather sees without using his eyes. J. …uses touch to read books… H. …uses touch to...pour his tea. F. …smell to know when someone is painting… E. …smell to know...what is for lunch… K. …sound to hear the TV… D. …sound to hear...wildlife. 2 8

9 4 How does Johns grandfather see without using his eyes? Include two examples from the story in your answer. The student provides two text-based examples to explain how Johns grandfather sees without using his eyes. E. …he could smell tea and hot bread for lunch. D. …knew what all the different birds sounded like. 2 9

10 4 How does Johns grandfather see without using his eyes? Include two examples from the story in your answer. 1 The student only provides one text-based example to explain how Johns grandfather sees without using his eyes. C....feeling the wind on his face. 10

11 4 How does Johns grandfather see without using his eyes? Include two examples from the story in your answer. 1 The student only provides one text-based example to explain how Johns grandfather sees without using his eyes. A. he remenbers things 11

12 4 How does Johns grandfather see without using his eyes? Include two examples from the story in your answer. 0 The student does not provide text-based examples to explain how Johns grandfather sees without using his eyes. 12

13 5 Based on the information in the story, how does John learn to see through Grandpas eyes? O A. He learns to see by closing his eyes when spending time with Grandpa. O B. He learns how to read books by feeling the words instead of seeing them. O C. He learns that listening, smelling, and touching things can help people see. LC 03: Make inferences or predictions based on the reading (Reading GLE 2.1.5) 13

14 6 What was the authors purpose for writing the story? O A. To remind readers to show respect for their grandparents O B. To convince readers to get to know someone who faces challenges O C. To teach readers about the experiences of blind people LA 09: Analyze authors purpose and evaluate effectiveness for different audiences (Reading GLEs 2.4.2, 2.4.3, 2.4.4) 14


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