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Grade 6 Stand-Alone Items 2010–2012. 7 Read the details. Provide a main idea that is supported by the details. 1A 1-point response supports the inference.

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1 Grade 6 Stand-Alone Items 2010–2012

2 7 Read the details. Provide a main idea that is supported by the details. 1A 1-point response supports the inference with one text-based detail. Example: Cafeteria Detail 1: Social Noise Friends Detail 4: Garbage Tables Containers Main idea: ______________ ______________ ______________ Detail 2: Trays Cold Milk Hot Food Detail 3: Cook Cashier Supervisor Main topics may include, but are not limited to: A.Lunchroom B.Cafeteria C.Restaurant

3 Detail 1: Social Noise Friends Detail 4: Garbage Tables Containers Main idea: ______________ ______________ ______________ Detail 2: Trays Cold Milk Hot Food Detail 3: Cook Cashier Supervisor 1 1 B. Cafeteria This response is correct as it identifies the Cafeteria, a word commonly substituted for school lunchroom as the main idea. Cafeteria 7 Read the details. Provide a main idea that is supported by the details. 2012

4 Detail 1: Social Noise Friends Detail 4: Garbage Tables Containers Main idea: ______________ ______________ ______________ Detail 2: Trays Cold Milk Hot Food Detail 3: Cook Cashier Supervisor 0 0 This response refers to a person rather than a place. Table cleaner 7 Read the details. Provide a main idea that is supported by the details. 2012

5 Detail 1: Social Noise Friends Detail 4: Garbage Tables Containers Main idea: ______________ ______________ ______________ Detail 2: Trays Cold Milk Hot Food Detail 3: Cook Cashier Supervisor 1 1 C. Reastraunt This response provides Reastraunt as a main idea. Reastraunt 7 Read the details. Provide a main idea that is supported by the details. 2012

6 Detail 1: Social Noise Friends Detail 4: Garbage Tables Containers Main idea: ______________ ______________ ______________ Detail 2: Trays Cold Milk Hot Food Detail 3: Cook Cashier Supervisor 0 0 This response is too broad to be a main idea and is not specific to the school lunchroom or cafeteria. School 7 Read the details. Provide a main idea that is supported by the details. 2012

7 Detail 1: Social Noise Friends Detail 4: Garbage Tables Containers Main idea: ______________ ______________ ______________ Detail 2: Trays Cold Milk Hot Food Detail 3: Cook Cashier Supervisor 1 1 A. Lunch room This response has correctly identified the Lunch room. Lunch room 7 Read the details. Provide a main idea that is supported by the details. 2012

8 Detail 1: Social Noise Friends Detail 4: Garbage Tables Containers Main idea: ______________ ______________ ______________ Detail 2: Trays Cold Milk Hot Food Detail 3: Cook Cashier Supervisor 1 1 A. A lunch room... B....cafeteria This response provides more than one main idea, lunch room, cafeteria as the correct answer. A lunch room, cafeteria 7 Read the details. Provide a main idea that is supported by the details. 2012

9 8 Read the sentence. Citizens are unable to find another use for it, so the USS Walla Walla, a ship built in the late 1800s at the San Francisco Shipyards, may be sunk later this year to function as a coral reef. What is the cause in the sentence? O A. Citizens are unable to find another use for the ship. O B. The shipyards were located in San Francisco. O C. Citizens will use the ship to create a reef. O D. The ship was built in the late 1800s. Analysis 7: Make connections (cause and effect) within a text (Reading GLE 2.3.1) 2012

10 7 Which of these websites would provide the most reliable information about ancient Greek buildings? Ο A. Timeline of Ancient Greece – A timeline of important events from Greek history. Visit: Ο B. Ancient Marketplaces – Articles about places where goods were sold and traded. Visit: Ο C. History for Kids – Topics on early homes and structures in ancient Greece. Visit: Ο D. Art for the Ages– Pictures from museums showing ancient Greek artists. Visit: 7 Which of these websites would provide the most reliable information about ancient Greek buildings? Ο A. Timeline of Ancient Greece – A timeline of important events from Greek history. Visit: Ο B. Ancient Marketplaces – Articles about places where goods were sold and traded. Visit: Ο C. History for Kids – Topics on early homes and structures in ancient Greece. Visit: Ο D. Art for the Ages– Pictures from museums showing ancient Greek artists. Visit: Analysis 8: Analyze usefulness of resources (Reading GLEs 2.3.2) 2011

11 8 Read the sentence. I told you we need to leave the house in five minutes. Please get ready now! What tone is being used? Ο A. Impatient Ο B. Confident Ο C. Subdued Ο D. Bitter 8 Read the sentence. I told you we need to leave the house in five minutes. Please get ready now! What tone is being used? Ο A. Impatient Ο B. Confident Ο C. Subdued Ο D. Bitter Critical Thinking 10: Analyze authors purpose and evaluate effectiveness for different audiences (includes tone). (Reading GLEs 2.4.2, 2.4.3, 2.4.4) 2011

12 Comprehension 04: Understand and apply content vocabulary critical to the meaning of the text (Reading GLE 1.3.2) 14 Use the sentence in the box below to answer the question. What does ignorant mean as it is used in the sentence? Ο A. Without guilt or blame Ο B. Without caution or care Ο C. Without patience or calmness Ο D. Without knowledge or education 14 Use the sentence in the box below to answer the question. What does ignorant mean as it is used in the sentence? Ο A. Without guilt or blame Ο B. Without caution or care Ο C. Without patience or calmness Ο D. Without knowledge or education When I started taking sewing lessons I felt ignorant, but by the end of one month I had learned many skills. 2010

13 15 What information would you find on a timeline about the Lewis and Clark expedition to the Pacific Ocean? Ο A. The date Lewis and Clark completed their journey Ο B. The places where Lewis and Clark were born Ο C. An entry from Lewis and Clarks journal Ο D. A list of Lewis and Clarks supplies 15 What information would you find on a timeline about the Lewis and Clark expedition to the Pacific Ocean? Ο A. The date Lewis and Clark completed their journey Ο B. The places where Lewis and Clark were born Ο C. An entry from Lewis and Clarks journal Ο D. A list of Lewis and Clarks supplies Informational Analysis 05: Demonstrate understanding of text features (titles, headings, captions, maps, charts, tables, graphs and other information divisions) (Reading GLE 2.2.2) 2010


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