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1 Kids Are Inventors, Too by Arlene Erlbach

2 1 Which sentence states a main idea from the selection? Ο A. The inventor of earmuffs received help from his grandmother. Ο B. Inventions solve problems or improve existing ideas. Ο C. Few teenage inventors sell their creations. 1 Which sentence states a main idea from the selection? Ο A. The inventor of earmuffs received help from his grandmother. Ο B. Inventions solve problems or improve existing ideas. Ο C. Few teenage inventors sell their creations. IC11: Demonstrate understanding of major ideas/main ideas and supporting details (Reading GLE 2.1.3)

3 2 Based on information from the selection, which sentence tells how the invention of earmuffs is different from the invention of color television? Ο A. Chester Greenwood invented earmuffs when he was an adult; the color television was invented by a teenager. Ο B. The earmuffs were a new item; the color television was an improvement on something that already existed. Ο C. Earmuffs were invented to make money; the color television was invented to solve a problem. 2 Based on information from the selection, which sentence tells how the invention of earmuffs is different from the invention of color television? Ο A. Chester Greenwood invented earmuffs when he was an adult; the color television was invented by a teenager. Ο B. The earmuffs were a new item; the color television was an improvement on something that already existed. Ο C. Earmuffs were invented to make money; the color television was invented to solve a problem. IA17: Compare and contrast information presented within the text(s) (Reading GLEs 2.3.1, 2.4.5, 2.4.6)

4 3 According to the selection, which idea does the author discuss first? Ο A. Inventions can be protected by patents. Ο B. Inventions are sometimes new things. Ο C. Inventions often make life easier. 3 According to the selection, which idea does the author discuss first? Ο A. Inventions can be protected by patents. Ο B. Inventions are sometimes new things. Ο C. Inventions often make life easier. IC15: Order steps, sequence, and/or process from the text (Reading GLE 2.2.1) IC15: Order steps, sequence, and/or process from the text (Reading GLE 2.2.1)

5 4 How might the selection be helpful to someone who wants to become an inventor? Use two ideas from the selection in your answer. __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ 4 How might the selection be helpful to someone who wants to become an inventor? Use two ideas from the selection in your answer. __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ IA20: Extend information beyond text make generalizations beyond the text to a broader idea or concept (Reading GLEs 2.4.1, 2.4.5)

6 2A 2-point response provides two text-based details that show how the selection might be helpful to someone who wants to become an inventor. Example: This could help someone who wants to be an inventor because it tells that inventions are supposed to solve problems, and it tells that you should apply for a patent if you do invent something. 1A 1-point response provides one text-based detail that shows how the selection might be helpful to someone who wants to become an inventor.

7 Text-based details may include, but are not limited to: A.Inventions are supposed to solve problems. / Try solving problems for yourself. B.Inventions make life easier for people. C.You may already be an inventor, without knowing it. D.Youre an inventor every time you find a way to do something. / Invent new things. (Koosh Ball and Slinky) E.Think of a way to improve on things that already exist. (B&W TV to Color TV) F.Ask people to help you. (Chesters grandmother sewed cloth pads on his wire). G.Apply for a patent to protect your idea. H.Manufacture your invention (make and sell it). I.Even if you dont sell them, still create things / have fun seeing them work. J.Even kids can be inventors. (Any age.)

8 It could be helpful to someone who wants to become an inventor because it tells how you can solve a problem by inventing something like earmuffs if youre cold and it tells that you could use something that already exists like a black-and-white TV and improve it so now its a color TV. A. …because it tells how you can solve a problem by inventing something like earmuffs if youre cold… E. …you could use something that already exists like a black-and-white TV and improve it… 2

9 G. You should get a patent so nobody can make money off your idia. H. …talked about manfacturing So people can buy your envention at stores. The story says what you need to do after you envent something. You should get a patent so nobody can make money off your idia. The story also talked about manfacturing So people can buy your envention at stores. 2

10 This selection could be useful to someone who wants to become an inventor because they could want to help millions of people in the world or they just might want to get rich. B. …because they could want to help millions of people in the world… 1

11 J. …because it could inspire young people to invent. It could be helpful because it could inspire young people to invent. Like me! Maby makeing rules for a game, or color T.V. 1

12 Although a response is attempted, the details provided are too vague to explain how this selection might be helpful to an inventor. The selection might be helpful to someone who wants to become an inventor because they dont have to follow rules in a game, they can make up rules. 0

13 Although a response is attempted, the details provided are too vague to explain how this selection might be helpful to an inventor. to make a better life 0


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