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Waste Not, Want Not by Earl M. Weber 1. 08 What is the meaning of the word necessities in paragraph 4? o A. Extras o B. Seasonings o C. Supplementals.

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1 Waste Not, Want Not by Earl M. Weber 1

2 08 What is the meaning of the word necessities in paragraph 4? o A. Extras o B. Seasonings o C. Supplementals o D. Essentials IC14: Interpret vocabulary critical to the meaning of the text (Reading GLE 1.3.2) 2

3 09 According to the text box, which statement is true? o A. Ice cream cones in the 1930s cost one dollar. o B. A woman in the 1930s could sell a pie for thirteen cents. o C. Kids with a job in the 1930s could earn ten cents an hour. o D. A feed mill salary in the 1930s was eighteen dollars a week. IA15: Apply understanding of text features and graphic features (titles, headings, subheadings, informational divisions, captions, maps, charts, graphs) (Reading GLE 2.2.2) 3

4 10 Any of these titles could be another title for the selection. Choose the title you think best fits the selection. Every Penny Counts Recycling Helps We All Worked Together Provide two details from the selection to support your answer. _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ 4 IC11: Demonstrate understanding of major ideas and supporting details (Reading GLE 2.1.3)

5 2A 2-point response states or implies which title best fits the selection, and provides two text-based details to support the answer. Example: Every Penny Counts would be a great title because the family barely had enough to pay the mortgage. Momma also used the chicken feed sacks to make nightgowns for the children. OR Recycling Helps would be a great title because the family saved string. They used flattened tin cans to nail over holes in the barn roof to stop leaks. OR We All Worked Together would be a great title because Momma sells pies and bread at the local market and Father worked at the feed mill. 1A 1-point response states or implies which title best fits the selection, and provides one text-based detail to support the answer. 5

6 Text-based details may include, but are not limited to: Every Penny Counts or Recycling Helps or We All Worked Together A.Millions of Americans were jobless / penniless B.Homeless C.Had own supply of food from farm / food was not a problem D.Momma gave us two pennies for Sunday School / every penny was important / careful not to lose pennies E.Father had a job at the feed mill / earned 18 dollars a week / earned barely enough to pay mortgage, electric bill, and buy necessities / money was scarce F.Momma sold pies and bread for 20 or 10 cents each / helped at the market / helped Momma G.Momma used the market money to buy clothing for the family / she seldom bought anything new H.Most of our clothing was patched, darned and mended I.Made nightgowns out of chicken feed sacks J.Removed buttons from old clothes K.Made rugs from old clothes / made rugs L.Save string M.Used tin cans to fix roof / corncrib / store nails N.Took apart crates for future projects / crates considered a real prize O.Straightened nails P.Waste not, want not was a familiar phrase during the Depression Q.In the 1930s recycling was a part of everyday life / almost nothing in our house was thrown away R.Ice-cream cone cost 5 cents / worth one dollar today S.Chocolate bars cost 5 cents / worth one dollar today T.Children earned 10 cents an hour for farm labor U.Kids today earn 5 dollars for babysitting/mowing lawns 6

7 10 Any of these titles could be another title for the selection. Choose the title you think best fits the selection. Every Penny Counts Recycling Helps We All Worked Together Provide two details from the selection to support your answer. E. Money was scarce. G. Momma… seldom bought anything new… 2 7

8 10 Any of these titles could be another title for the selection. Choose the title you think best fits the selection. Every Penny Counts Recycling Helps We All Worked Together Provide two details from the selection to support your answer. D. In the 1930s every penny was important. 1 8

9 10 Any of these titles could be another title for the selection. Choose the title you think best fits the selection. Every Penny Counts Recycling Helps We All Worked Together Provide two details from the selection to support your answer. This response is a 0. The student did not use text-based details. 0 9

10 11 Which sentence tells how the author and his sister are similar? o A. Momma would give both a nickel for an ice cream cone. o B. Both of them received two pennies for Sunday school. o C. Both of them received a new pair of knee-length pants. o D. Momma made clothes for both from colorful calico. IA16: Compare/contrast elements within and between text(s) (Reading GLEs 2.3.1, 2.4.6) 10

11 12 Which sentence best summarizes this selection? o A. People ate well during the Great Depression. o B. Families wasted nothing during the Great Depression. o C. Bread lines were common during the Great Depression. o D. Items were recycled for money during the Great Depression. IC12: Summarize with evidence from the reading (Reading GLE 2.1.7) 11

12 13 Is this statement a reasonable conclusion that may be drawn from the selection? People could live a rewarding life during the Great Depression. Provide two details from the selection to support your answer. ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ IT19: Evaluate reasoning and ideas/themes related to the informational text (Reading GLEs 2.4.1, 2.4.5) 12

13 2A 2-point response provides two text-based details to support whether or not the statement is a reasonable conclusion that may be drawn from the selection. Example: Yes, people could live a good life. The young boys family lived on a farm and never went to bed hungry. The familys father made 18 dollars a week. OR No, people could not live a good life during a time when there were food lines and jobless people. OR Some people could live a good life while others had a hard time. Food was not a problem for the boys family because they lived on a farm, but others had to stand in line for bread. 1A 1-point response provides one text-based detail to support whether or not the statement is a reasonable conclusion that may be drawn from the selection. 13

14 Text-based details may include, but are not limited to: A.Banks were closed B.Stores were closed C.Factories were closed D.Homeless E.One in four Americans who wanted to work was unable to find a job/ jobless/penniless F.I didnt think of our family as poor/even though we never seemed to have money/his father made 18 dollars a week/his salary was barely enough to pay the farm mortgage and the electric bill and to buy necessities/money was scarce G.We had an old horse/a cow/a few pigs/a flock of chickens/a big garden/food was not a problem/we never went to bed hungry/we didnt stand in line for bread/we lived in the country H.Momma would give us each two pennies for our Sunday School offerings/every penny was important I.Weekly newspaper pictured people standing in breadlines J.Sold pie and bread/helped at the market/helped Momma K.20¢ a pie/10¢ a loaf L.Momma would give me a nickel for an ice-cream cone M.Excited to see a package from Sears, Roebuck and Company/new pair of pants was very special/new clothes/new clothing for one at a time N.We always went to school looking neat and clean/most of our clothing was patched, darned or mended O.Got new socks at Christmas P.Made nightgowns out of feed sacks Q.Clothing not thrown away/buttons put in cans and jars/best parts of clothing cut into strips and saved for rugs R.Used tin cans to fix roof/holes in corncrib S.A wooden crate considered a prize/taken apart for future projects T.Straightened bent nails and stored them U.Although we tend to think of recycling as something fairly new, in the 1930s it was part of everyday life. V.Ice-cream cone cost 5 cents W.Chocolate bar cost 5 cents X.Kids made 10 cents an hour Y.Used the barrel as the support for a seesaw 14

15 13 Is this statement a reasonable conclusion that may be drawn from the selection? People could live a rewarding life during the Great Depression. Provide two details from the selection to support your answer. H....on Sunday mornings, Momma would give each of us two pennies for our Sunday school offerings. S. A wooden create was considered a real prize. 2 15

16 13 Is this statement a reasonable conclusion that may be drawn from the selection? People could live a rewarding life during the Great Depression. Provide two details from the selection to support your answer. F....their fathers salary, of eighteen dollars a week was barely enough to pay the farm mortgage and the electric bill. 1 16

17 13 Is this statement a reasonable conclusion that may be drawn from the selection? People could live a rewarding life during the Great Depression. Provide two details from the selection to support your answer. This response is a 0. This student did not use text-based details to support the conclusion. 0 17

18 14 What is the authors purpose for writing this selection? o A. To entertain with stories about recycling during the 1930s o B. To describe a familys resourcefulness during the 1930s o C. To demonstrate how to make clothes from feed bags o D. To persuade the reader to waste nothing IT18: Analyze authors purpose in an informational text, and/or evaluate effectiveness for different audiences (includes fact/opinion, authors point of view, tone, and use of persuasive devices, and/or authors assumptions and beliefs) (Reading GLEs 2.4.2, 2.4.3, 2.4.4) 18


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