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1 S ILK : THE CATERPILLAR THREAD BY L AUREL KENDALL JOURNEY ON THE SILK ROAD BY L UANNE H ANKOM Scoring:

2 Silk: The Caterpillar Thread By Laurel Kendall Silk: The Caterpillar Thread By Laurel Kendall

3 15 What is the purpose of the text box Brought to You by the Silk Road? A.To identify some items traded on the Silk Road B.To describe the trade routes on the Silk Road C.To explain how silk was traded for jade D.To list some products made from silk Grade: HS Strand and Target: IA15 Key A

4 16 Each of these words could describe the Silk Road in the selection. Choose the word you think best describes the Silk Road. RiskyProfitableInfluential Provide two details from the selection to support your choice. ____________________________________________________________________ Grade: HS Strand and Target: IC13 Key S

5 2A 2-point response states or implies which word best describes the Silk Road in the selection and provides two text-based details to support the choice. Examples: The Silk Road was risky. People had to travel over long distances and they could be attacked by bandits while they were on the Silk Road. OR The Silk Road was profitable because people could trade and grow rich, and cities along the Silk Road prospered. OR The Silk Road was influential in world history because it brought Buddhism to China. The Silk Road also brought other Western travelers who wrote about the peoples they encountered. 1A 1-point response states or implies which word best describes the Silk Road in the selection and provides one text-based detail to support the choice.

6 Text-based details may include, but are not limited to: For Risky and Profitable and Influential: A.Dangerous roads / dangerous roads over mountains and across deserts B.A distance of 4500 miles / a great distance C.No single merchant caravan traveled the entire length of the Silk Road D.Could be attacked by bandits E.Could suffer from hunger / thirst / exhaustion F.Romans paid great sums of gold to clothe themselves in silk G.Silk was worn in Persia / Indian kingdoms / the Middle East / around the Mediterranean Sea H. Many items (besides silk) were traded on the Silk Road / glass / ivory / apples / jade, etc. I.Goods were traded / re-traded along the way J.Traders could grow rich K.Cities prospered from the trade / prospered by protecting caravan L.The Silk Road was a link between East and West M.Buddhist monks brought Buddhism to China N.Travelers ventured further along the trade routes to write about the people O.Marco Polo wrote about his adventures / described wonders P.Columbus wanted to follow Marco Polos footsteps / was inspired by Marco Polo

7 16 Each of these words could describe the Silk Road in the selection. Choose the word you think best describes the Silk Road. RiskyProfitable Influential Provide two details from the selection to support your choice. A....the road contained dangerous journies over the mountains and across deserts... B....a distance of nearly forty-five hundred miles. C. No single merchant caravan traveled the entire length of the Silk Road. D....the merchants would have to survive attacks by bandits,... E....hunger, thirst, and exhaustion. 2

8 16 Each of these words could describe the Silk Road in the selection. Choose the word you think best describes the Silk Road. RiskyProfitable Influential Provide two details from the selection to support your choice. 2 Two Details: J. If someone made it to the end of the Silk Road, with their silk, they would become rich. K....States along the Silk Road protected caravans because through trade, their cities prospered.

9 16 Each of these words could describe the Silk Road in the selection. Choose the word you think best describes the Silk Road. RiskyProfitable Influential Provide two details from the selection to support your choice. 1 One Detail: I. You could trad along the way and make money.

10 16 Each of these words could describe the Silk Road in the selection. Choose the word you think best describes the Silk Road. RiskyProfitable Influential Provide two details from the selection to support your choice. One Detail: H....look at the image that is brought because of the Silk road. one is paper. Next is Jade and last is pearls. 1

11 16 Each of these words could describe the Silk Road in the selection. Choose the word you think best describes the Silk Road. RiskyProfitableInfluential Provide two details from the selection to support your choice. 0 This student response contains no text- based detail.

12 17 Which opinion can be supported with information from the selection? A.The Silk Road was a safe route for travelers. B.Silk is the worlds most wondrous fabric. C.Well-fed caterpillars make the best silk. D.Korea produces the finest silk. Grade: HS Strand and Target: IT18 Key B

13 Journey on the Silk Road By Luanne Hankom Journey on the Silk Road By Luanne Hankom

14 Grade: HS Strand and Target: LA05 Key D 18 According to the story, which word best describes Fa Zang? A.Respected B.Confused C.Worried D.Amazed

15 Grade: HS Strand and Target: LC01 Key C 19 What is the main idea of the story? A.Fa Zang learns how to ride a camel. B.Fa Zang receives gifts while traveling. C.Fa Zang takes her first caravan trip with her father. D.Fa Zang travels through the scenic Wei River Valley.

16 Grade: HS Strand and Target: LC03 Key A 20 Based on the information in the story, what inference can the reader make about Fa Zangs attitude toward her journey? A.She embraces the new experience. B.She distrusts the merchants from the West. C.She is aware of the significance of the trip. D.She is invigorated by the long walk to Dunhuang.

17 Grade: HS Strand and Target: IA16 Key A 21 What is the main similarity between travelers on the Silk Road in both the selection and the story? A.Travelers endured hardships along the Silk Road. B.Travelers slept in shelters along the Silk Road. C.Travelers rode camels along the Silk Road. D.Travelers were safe along the Silk Road

18 22 Both the selection and the story show that silk is a valuable product to trade. Provide one detail from the selection and one detail from the story that support this idea. ________________________________________________________________ Grade: HS Strand and Target: LC01

19 2A 2-point response provides one detail from the selection and one detail from the story that shows silk is a valuable product to trade. Example: Silk is valuable for trading because it is a strong fabric, and people in foreign lands use silk to make fancy clothing. 1A 1-point response provides one text-based detail that shows silk is a valuable product to trade. Text-based details are on the following slide.

20 Text-based details may include, but are not limited to: Selection A. Silk is the worlds most wondrous fabric / beautiful / luxurious B. Silk is strong / stronger than steel wire C. Japanese samurai used silk cords to bind their armor D. Surgeons use silk thread E. Pilots use silk parachutes F. A dress or shirt made of silk is a special piece of clothing / clothing fit for a Chinese emperor G. Silk was traded over great distances H. Romans paid great sums of gold for silk / silk was worn in Persia / Indian kingdoms / the Middle East / around the Mediterranean Sea I. Merchants / cities grew rich from trading silk / cities prospered J. Other countries didnt know how to make silk / making silk was Chinas secret / difficult to make Story AA. Silk was the prized trading item BB. People in foreign lands use silk for fancy clothes CC. Fa Zangs father trades silk for white jade and Persian metalwork DD. Government officials trade silk for horses

21 22 Both the selection and the story show that silk is a valuable product to trade. Provide one detail from the selection and one detail from the story that support this idea. 2 2 One detail from the selection and one detail from the story: F. In the first selection it explains were silk can from and how. even today, a simple Dress or shirt made of silk is a very special piece of clothing. CC....in the second selection it explains how people trade silk for rare items such as a White jade.

22 22 Both the selection and the story show that silk is a valuable product to trade. Provide one detail from the selection and one detail from the story that support this idea. 2 2 One detail from the selection and one detail from the story: J....other countries dont know about how to make silk. Because of the rarity, other countries want to buy the silk. AA. In the story the girl says Our prized trading item is silk.

23 22 Both the selection and the story show that silk is a valuable product to trade. Provide one detail from the selection and one detail from the story that support this idea. Three details from the selection and no details from the story: A....silk cloths is considered a luxurious fabric used for clothes,... B....silk is valuable because, it is strong. C. Silk was used foR armoR, to hold it together. 1 1

24 22 Both the selection and the story show that silk is a valuable product to trade. Provide one detail from the selection and one detail from the story that support this idea. No details from the selection and one detail from the story: AA. The story states, our prized item is silk. 1 1

25 22 Both the selection and the story show that silk is a valuable product to trade. Provide one detail from the selection and one detail from the story that support this idea. This student response has no text-based details. 0 0

26 Grade: HS Strand and Target: IA17 Key D 23 According to both the selection and the story, which sentence best explains why silk cloth is popular around the world? A.Silk cloth is a sturdy material. B.Silk cloth is easy for workers to produce. C.Silk cloth is a common material accessible to most people. D.Silk cloth is considered a luxurious fabric for clothes.


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