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1 TURKEYS BY BAILEY WHITE Scoring:

2 1 Write a summary of the story. Include three main events from the story in your summary. _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ 2A 2-point response accurately summarizes the story by including three main events from the story. OR Provides a summarizing statement and two main events from the story. Example: The girl is sick. The ornithologists put wild turkey eggs next to her so she will keep them warm. The eggs hatch. OR Example: In this story, a little girl helps save some wild turkeys. The ornithologists put the eggs next to the girl. Later that summer, she helped the turkeys learn to fly. 1A 1-point response partially summarizes the story by including one or two main events from the story. OR Provides a summarizing statement and one main event from the story. OR Provides a summarizing statement. Grade: HS Strand and Target: LC02

3 The summarizing statements may include, but are not limited to: The ornithologists and the little girl helped raise the turkeys. In this story, a little girl helps save some wild turkeys. Text-based main events may include, but are not limited to: A. Something about my mother attracts ornithologists / It all started years ago when a couple of them discovered she had a rare species of woodpecker coming to her bird feeder. B. The pure-strain wild turkey stock had begun to interbreed with farmers domestic stock / The species was being degraded / It was extinction by dilution. C. The ornithologists discover a rare wild turkey nest in the narrators woods. D. The ornithologists were protecting the nest from predators / (Their protective measures) cause the mother turkey to abandon her nest E. The narrator contracts the measles / Her temperature is 102 / She is sick F. The ornithologists put the eggs next to the narrator. G. The eggs hatch. / There were sixteen fuzzy baby turkeys in bed with her. / The eggshells crackled, and the turkey babies fluttered and cheeped and snuggled against me. H. The baby turkeys and narrator gained strength together / The turkeys peeped and cheeped around my ankles, scrambling to keep up with me and tripping over their own spraddle-toed feet / The turkeys tumbled after me down the steps and scratched around in the yard. (followed her) I. The day came when they were ready to fly for the first time / I ran down the hill and the turkeys ran too. Then, one by one, they took off. J. One hundred percent pure wild turkey / The woods where I live are full of pure wild turkeys

4 1 Write a summary of the story. Include three main events from the story in your summary. 2 This response summarizes the story by including a summarizing statement and at least two text-based main events. Summarizing statement: This story is mainly about a you girl who helped raise baby turkeys. Main Events: E.This young girl had a fever of 102˚ which caused from her measles. A.Her mother has always attracted ornithologists… D. …wild turkey eggs abandoned from their mother… G.The next thing she knew she woke up and had baby turkeys lying in her bed… I. Soon she was able to watch them fly away.

5 1 Write a summary of the story. Include three main events from the story in your summary. This response summarizes the story by including at least three text-based main events. C. When some ornithologists found a wild turkey nest… E. …the little girl had a fever of 102. G …to hatch. I. …they were taught to fly. J. Now, in the wood next to the girls house are full of wild turkeys… 2

6 1 Write a summary of the story. Include three main events from the story in your summary. This response partially summarizes the story by including two text-based main events. E. A little girl came down with measles. E. …the ornithologists called the mother and the mother said her little girl had a fever of a hundred and two… F. …the ornithologists went to the girls house and put the eggs on her… 1

7 1 Write a summary of the story. Include three main events from the story in your summary. This response partially summarizes the story by including two text-based main events. E. A little girl got measles… G. …made the eggs hatch… 1

8 1 Write a summary of the story. Include three main events from the story in your summary. This response partially summarizes the story by including a summarizing statement. Three main ideas where how to acctualy save the wild turkey babys when they where abandond by there mother trying to protect them from preditors… 1

9 1 Write a summary of the story. Include three main events from the story in your summary. 0 This response does not include a summarizing statement or any main events from the story.

10 2 What does the narrator most likely mean when she says, I was a sensible child in paragraph 15 of the story? OA. She welcomed the ornithologists visits to her home. OB. She allowed the baby turkeys to follow her in the yard. OC. She moved slowly because her head still ached from the fever. OD. She reacted calmly to the presence of the baby turkeys next to her. Grade: HS Strand and Target: LC03 Key: D

11 3 What problem do the ornithologists experience in the story? What are three events that contribute to the resolution of the problem? Include information from the story in your answer. ____________________________________________________________ 3 What problem do the ornithologists experience in the story? What are three events that contribute to the resolution of the problem? Include information from the story in your answer. ____________________________________________________________ Grade: HS Strand and Target: LA05

12 4 A 4-point response provides all of the following: A reasonable problem One text-based step that contributes to the resolution of the problem A second text-based step that contributes to the resolution of the problem A third text-based step that contributes to the resolution of the problem Example: The problem is that the mother turkey abandons her nest. The ornithologists call the mother to see if her child still has a fever. They place turkey eggs by narrators body to keep warm. The next morning the eggs hatched and there were sixteen fuzzy babies in bed with her. 3A 3-point response provides three of the elements listed above. 2A 2-point response provides two of the elements listed above. 1A 1-point response provides one of the elements listed above.

13 Reasonable problems may include, but are not limited to: Mother turkey abandons nest. They need to find a way to hatch the eggs and keep the offspring alive. The wild turkey stock was being diluted or becoming extinct. Text-based steps may include, but are not limited to: A. It all started years ago when a couple of ornithologists discovered a rare species of woodpecker coming to her bird feeder. B. One ornithologist devised a formula to compute the ratio of domestic to pure-strain wild turkey in an individual bird by comparing the angle of flight at takeoff and the rate of acceleration. C. They discovered a wild turkey nest. D. Does your little girl still have measles?/ She was very sick / temperature of 102 / Feel narrators body to determine temperature E. Cant miss if we tuck them up close and she lies still. / The ornithologists, not having an incubator on hand, came up with the next best thing. (the girls body) F. The eggs hatch. / There were sixteen fuzzy baby turkeys in bed with her. G. The ornithologists were protecting her from predators. / The turkey hen abandoned her nest. H. The baby turkeys and narrator gained strength together. / The turkeys peeped and cheeped around my ankles, scrambling to keep up with me and tripping over their own spraddle-toed feet / The turkeys tumbled after me down the steps and scratched around in the yard. (followed her) I. Baby turkeys fly when narrator runs downhill J. Ornithologists measure angle of flight and speed. / One hundred percent pure wild turkey! K. And the woods where I live are full of pure wild turkeys. / I like to think they are all descendants of those sixteen birds I saved.

14 3 What problem do the ornithologists experience in the story? What are three events that contribute to the resolution of the problem? Include information from the story in your answer. 4 This response includes a problem ornithologists experience in the story and three text-based events that contribute to the resolution. Problem: The problem that the ornithologists experience would be the wild turkeys becoming endangered, and breeding with domestic turkeys. Text-based events: B. one of the ornithologists devised a formula on the angle of flight takeoff rate. B. …formula to compute the ratio of domestic to pure-strain wild turkey. D. …the little girl getting the measles. H. …her…and them growing and getting stronger together.

15 3 What problem do the ornithologists experience in the story? What are three events that contribute to the resolution of the problem? Include information from the story in your answer. 4 This response includes a problem ornithologists experience in the story and three text-based Events that contribute to the resolution of the problem. Problem: The problem the ornithologists experience in the story is that the mother turkey left her eggs because of the ornithologists close protection. Text-based events: D. …the narrator had the measles. …that I caught the measles. E. The ornithologists, not having an incubator at hand, used their heads and came up with the next best thing. They used the fever to incubate the eggs… F. …which hatched…The next morning I was better…were sixteen fuzzy baby turkeys…

16 This response includes a problem ornithologists experience in the story and two text-based events that contribute to the resolution of the problem. Problem: The ornithologists experience that the wild turkey was almost extinct. Text-based events: D. …Bailey caught the measles… G. …the ornithologists scared the turkey mother away by acident… 3 What problem do the ornithologists experience in the story? What are three events that contribute to the resolution of the problem? Include information from the story in your answer. 3

17 This response includes two problems ornithologists experience in the story and one text-based event that contributes to the resolution of the problems. Problem: The ornithologists run into a problem when they have 16 eggs with no mother. First wild turkeys are going extinct from delution. Text-based events: G. …this causes ornithologists to watch a pure-bread wild turkey and make sure nothing happens to her 16 eggs. G. In doing this the mother gets scared and abandons her babys. 3 What problem do the ornithologists experience in the story? What are three events that contribute to the resolution of the problem? Include information from the story in your answer. 2

18 This response does not include a problem ornithologists experience in the story but has two Text-based events that would contribute to the resolution of a problem. D. The girl is sick… F. …then the babies hatch. 3 What problem do the ornithologists experience in the story? What are three events that contribute to the resolution of the problem? Include information from the story in your answer. 2

19 This response includes four problems ornithologists experience in the story but does not have Any text-based events that would contribute to the resolution of the problem. Problems: Their first problem is that the wild turkeys are becoming extinict. The ornithologists have to figure out a way to save the wild turkeys. …the turkeys are becoming sickly and are flying low and slow. …they found abandoned wild turkey eggs, and needed to find a way to save them. 3 What problem do the ornithologists experience in the story? What are three events that contribute to the resolution of the problem? Include information from the story in your answer. 1

20 This response includes no problems ornithologists experience in the story and no text-based events that would contribute to the resolution of a problem. 0 3 What problem do the ornithologists experience in the story? What are three events that contribute to the resolution of the problem? Include information from the story in your answer.

21 4 Which word could the author have used in paragraph 2 instead of the word demise? OA. End OB. Growth OC. Surplus OD. Preservation Grade: HS Strand and Target: LC04 Key: A

22 5 Which opinion can be supported with information from the story? OA. All change is for the better. OB. No good can come from being sick. OC. Ensuring the survival of native birds is important. OD. Woodpeckers are more interesting than wild turkeys. Grade: HS Strand and Target: LT08 Key: C

23 6 One conclusion a reader can draw from the story is that the ornithologists good intentions lead to unexpected results. Provide two details from the story to support this conclusion. ____________________________________________________________ 2A 2-point response provides two text-based details from the story that support the conclusion. Example: The ornithologists good intentions did lead to unexpected results. For one thing, they disturbed the mother turkey and she abandoned her nest. Then they placed the eggs next to the girl who had a fever and the eggs hatched. 1A 1-point response provides one text-based detail from the story that supports the conclusion. Text-based details may include, but are not limited to: A. A hundred two –cant miss if we tuck them up close and she lies still (The ornithologists placed the turkey eggs next to the feverish girl) / The ornithologists, not having an incubator on hand, used their heads and came up with the next best thing. / The eggs hatched, and the baby turkeys snuggled against the girl. B. The next morning I was better. / For the first time in days I could think / The baby turkeys and I gained our strength together C. The turkey hen had been so disturbed by the elaborate protective measures that had been undertaken in her behalf that she abandoned her nest. D. The turkeys peeped and cheeped around my ankles, scrambling to keep up with me. / When I went outside for the first time, the turkeys tumbled after me down the steps. E. I ran down the hill and the turkeys ran too / one by one, they took off. / They flew high and fast F. They jumped up and down and hugged each other / One hundred percent wild turkey! G. It was extinction by dilution. / The woods where I live are full of pure wild turkeys / I like to think theyre descendants of those sixteen birds I saved from the vigilance of the ornithologists. Grade: HS Strand and Target: LT10

24 6 One conclusion a reader can draw from the story is that the ornithologists good intentions lead to unexpected results. Provide two details from the story to support this conclusion. 2 This response provides two text-based details to support the conclusion that ornithologists good intentions lead to unexpected results. A. …they placed the eggs with the narrator because she had the measles or high fever, thus the eggs later hatched. G. …forty years passed and the woods she lived in are full of pure wild turkeys. G. She like to think they are all descendants of those sixteen birds she saved from those ornithologists.

25 6 One conclusion a reader can draw from the story is that the ornithologists good intentions lead to unexpected results. Provide two details from the story to support this conclusion. This response provides two text-based details to support the conclusion that ornithologists Good intentions lead to unexpected results. A. A hundred two – cant miss if we tuck them up close and she lies still. A. This means that the turkeys were tucked by her because she had a very high temperter. F. They jumped up and down and hugged each other one hundred percent pure wild turkey!… F. They werent sure if the turkey s mother or father were pure wild turkey, but they later found they were all pure wild. 2

26 6 One conclusion a reader can draw from the story is that the ornithologists good intentions lead to unexpected results. Provide two details from the story to support this conclusion. This response provides one text-based detail to support the conclusion that ornithologists good Intentions lead to unexpected results. A. A hundred and two-cant miss if we tuck them up close and she lies still. …the turkey eggs hatched. 1

27 6 One conclusion a reader can draw from the story is that the ornithologists good intentions lead to unexpected results. Provide two details from the story to support this conclusion. This response provides no text-based details to support the conclusion that ornithologists good intentions lead to unexpected results. 0

28 7 Which sentence best states the main idea of the story? O A. The mother helps raise the wild turkeys. OB. The community helps protect the wild turkeys. OC. The narrator unknowingly saves the wild turkeys. OD. The ornithologist diligently studies the wild turkeys. Grade: HS Strand and Target: LC01 Key: C

29 8 Which sentence best describes why the ornithologists want to protect the wild turkeys? O A. Wild turkeys are interbreeding with domestic animals. OB. Wild turkey eggs have special incubation needs. OC. Wild turkey habitats are declining. OD. Wild turkeys abandon their nests. Grade: HS Strand and Target: LA07 Key: A


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