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1 The Trailblazer: Jackie Robinson By Larry Canale The Trailblazer: Jackie Robinson By Larry Canale Scoring:

2 1 Which sentence from the selection is an opinion? O A. For Robinson, playing baseball was the easy part. O B. That year, he led the team to the Little World Series. O C. Fred Dixie Walker, who was raised in the South, asked to be traded. O D. Still, other players before and after Robinsons era far exceeded his numbers. Grade: HS Strand and Target: LT08 Key A

3 2 How did Jackie Robinsons character influence the sport of baseball? Include four details from the selection in your answer. ___________________________________________________________ Grade: HS Strand and Target: LA07 Key E

4 4A 4-point response provides four text-based details to explain how Jackie Robinsons character influenced the sport of baseball. Example: Jackie Robinsons character influenced baseball because Robinson showed courage in breaking baseballs color line. Robinson did not fight back. He remained calm when racist players called him names, spiked him, or tried to pick fights. Robinson let his bat and glove do the talking. 3A 3-point response provides three text-based details to explain how Jackie Robinsons character influenced the sport of baseball. 2A 2-point response provides two text-based details to explain how Jackie Robinsons character influenced the sport of baseball. 1A 1-point response provides one text-based detail to explain how Jackie Robinsons character influenced the sport of baseball. Text-based details are on the following slide.

5 Text-based details may include, but are not limited to: A.Robinson was the first African American to play baseball in the major leagues / paving the way for other African-Americans who dreamed of playing B.Robinson demonstrated courage in breaking baseballs color line (barrier) C.Robinson had the composure to withstand the racial taunts of fans and opposing players / I want a player with the guts to not fight back. D.Rickey told him, One incident, just one incident, can set it back 20 years. / Rickey needed a man who would carry the flag for his race / You will symbolize a crucial cause. E.The hard part was staying calm when racist players called him names, spiked him, or tried to pick fights. F.Some of his teammates resented him. (Fred Dixie Walker,)…asked to be traded. G.Robinson let his bat and glove do the talking. Text-based details may include, but are not limited to: A.Robinson was the first African American to play baseball in the major leagues / paving the way for other African-Americans who dreamed of playing B.Robinson demonstrated courage in breaking baseballs color line (barrier) C.Robinson had the composure to withstand the racial taunts of fans and opposing players / I want a player with the guts to not fight back. D.Rickey told him, One incident, just one incident, can set it back 20 years. / Rickey needed a man who would carry the flag for his race / You will symbolize a crucial cause. E.The hard part was staying calm when racist players called him names, spiked him, or tried to pick fights. F.Some of his teammates resented him. (Fred Dixie Walker,)…asked to be traded. G.Robinson let his bat and glove do the talking. More text-based details are listed on the following slide.

6 H. Without Robinsons resolve and inner strength, many more years might have passed before African Americans took that first courageous step at gaining equality in major-league baseball. I.Robinsons first year in the major leagues he led the National League in stolen bases (29) while hitting.297. with 12 home runs, 125 runs, and 48 runs batted in. J.Robinson was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame / six-time All-Star K.All of baseball retired his number in 1998 / no major league baseball player will ever again sport the No. 42 L.During his 10 year career ( ) Robinson hit.311, with 137 home runs and 197 stolen bases M.During his career he became known as an excellent hitter and daring baserunner. N.Robinson led his team to the Little World Series.

7 2 How did Jackie Robinsons character influence the sport of baseball? Include four details from the selection in your answer. This student response includes four text-based details. C....Jackie Robinson never faught back... C....he never faught back... A....Jackies bold steP and determination it opend The doors for other African Americans to Join The majior leagues,… 4 4 J....inducted in the Base Ball hall of Fame... K....majior league Baseball retired Robinsons number. H. Without Robinsons resolve and Strength many more years would of Passed befor a African American took those bold steps into the World of Majior leugue Baseball.

8 2 How did Jackie Robinsons character influence the sport of baseball? Include four details from the selection in your answer. 4 4 This student response contains at least four text-based details and earns four points. B. The courage he demonstrated in breaking baseballs color line... E....the hard part was staying calm when racist players called him names. G. Let his bat and glove do his talking,... H. Robinsons resolve and inner strength...

9 2 How did Jackie Robinsons character influence the sport of baseball? Include four details from the selection in your answer. 3 3 This student response earned three points and includes three text-based details. C.... Had the composure to withstand racial taunts and of fans and opposing players. G. Robinson let his glove and bat do his talking. M.... excellent hitter and daring baserunner who made things happen.

10 2 How did Jackie Robinsons character influence the sport of baseball? Include four details from the selection in your answer. 3 3 This student response includes three text-based details. L. During his 10-year career he hit.311, with 137 home runs and 197 stolen bases. K. Baseball retired Robinsons No B....the courage he demonstrated in breaking baseballs color line.

11 2 How did Jackie Robinsons character influence the sport of baseball? Include four details from the selection in your answer. 2 2 This student response includes two text-based details. L....by hitting 311, 137 homeruns and 197 stolen bases. C. He also withstood the racial taunts.

12 2 How did Jackie Robinsons character influence the sport of baseball? Include four details from the selection in your answer. 1 1 This student response included one text-based detail. A. He also opened the door for other blacks to play...

13 2 How did Jackie Robinsons character influence the sport of baseball? Include four details from the selection in your answer. 0 0 This student response includes no text-based details.

14 3 What is the meaning of the word composure in paragraph 5? A. Creativity B. Strength C. Talent D. Agility Grade: HS Strand and Target: LC04 Key B

15 4 What is the main idea of the selection? A. A baseball player should work hard. B. A baseball player can make a difference. C. A baseball player has a shorter life span. D. A baseball player can receive many honors. Grade: HS Strand and Target: LC01 Key B

16 5 Write a summary of the section entitled Jackie Robinson and His Career. Include three main ideas from the section in your summary. ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Grade: HS Strand and Target: LC02 Key S

17 2A 2-point response accurately summarizes the section by including three main ideas from the section. OR Provides a summarizing statement and two main ideas from the section. Example: Jackie Robinson was born in Cairo, Georgia. He attended UCLA and serve as an officer in WWII. OR Jackie Robinson was the first African American in Major League baseball. Robinson stayed calm when racist players called him names, spiked him, or tried to pick fights. He was a six-time All-Star. 1A 1-point response partially summarizes the section by including one or two main ideas from the section. OR Provides a summarizing statement and one main idea from the section. OR Provides a summarizing statement. Text-based main ideas are on the following slide.

18 Summarizing statements may include, but are not limited to: Jackie Robinson was African American Jackie Robinson played Major League Baseball (professional baseball) Text-based main ideas may include, but are not limited to: A.Robinson was born on January 31, 1919 in Cairo, Georgia B.His grandfather was a slave / his father was a sharecropper / his father…left the family when Jackie was young C.Robinson, his mother, and his siblings relocated to Pasadena, California /Attended the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) D.He starred in four sports at the university – track, basketball, football, and baseball E.He joined the Army / served as an officer in WWII F.He signed with the Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro Leagues / received $400 a month G.He caught Branch Rickeys attention and earned a contract with the Brooklyn Dodgers

19 H. On Dodgers Montreal farm team, he led the team to the Little World Series I. Robinson made the step up to the Major Leagues / He won a job as the Dodgers starting fist baseman and had a spectacular year… J. Robinsons first year in the major leagues he led the National League in stolen bases (29) while hitting.297, with 12 home runs, 125 runs, and 48 runs batted in K. The hard part was staying calm when racist players called him names, spiked him, or tried to pick fights / never fought back L. Even some of his teammates resented him. (Fred Dixie Walker)…asked to be traded M. True to his word Branch Rickey, Robinson let his bat and glove do the talking N. He became known as an excellent hitter and daring baserunnner… O. He was a six-time All-Star

20 5 Write a summary of the section entitled Jackie Robinson and His Career. Include three main ideas from the section in your summary. Includes at least three main ideas. A.Jackie Robinson was born in C.…enrolled at UCLA… D.…he participate in track, basketball, baseball, and football E.…he served in WWII… F. …played baseball in the negro legues,… G.…Rickey helped Robinson play w/the Dodgers… K.Though his teamates were cruel Robinson never fought back… O. …a six-time All-Star. 2

21 5 Write a summary of the section entitled Jackie Robinson and His Career. Include three main ideas from the section in your summary. This response includes two summarizing statements and two main ideas. Summarizing Statement Then he broke the color line becoming the first black baseball player in the Major league and played through adversity and racism. Main Ideas D.He was a college star, and played for sports at UCLA. E.…he served his country as an officer in World War II. 2 2

22 5 Write a summary of the section entitled Jackie Robinson and His Career. Include three main ideas from the section in your summary. Includes two summarizing statements. Jackie Robinson showed the country that an African-American could be sucessful in the major league baseball. Robinson overcame the racism in baseball, made a very prosprous career in the major leagues and went on to become an American Legend. 1 1

23 5 Write a summary of the section entitled Jackie Robinson and His Career. Include three main ideas from the section in your summary. Includes two main ideas. G. …he captured Branch Rickeys attention and got a contract to play for the Brooklyn Dodgers. H. He lead the team to a Little World Series

24 The student response includes no main ideas or summarizing statements. 5 Write a summary of the section entitled Jackie Robinson and His Career. Include three main ideas from the section in your summary. 0 0

25 6 According to the selection, how were Branch Rickey and Jackie Robinson similar? O A. Both wanted to use the bat and glove to speak louder than words. O B. Both wanted to become the greatest player in baseball. O C. Both wanted to fight back when taunted by players. O D. Both wanted to play baseball in the Major Leagues. Grade: HS Strand and Target: LA06 Key A


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