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1 Young Night Thought by Robert Louis Stevenson RID Revised 9/09

2 1 Who is the speaker in the poem? O A. A child O B. A mother O C. An emperor 1 Who is the speaker in the poem? O A. A child O B. A mother O C. An emperor LA 06: Demonstrate understanding of literary elements (genres; story elements such as plot, character, setting; stylistic devices; problem/resolution) and graphic elements/illustrations (Reading GLEs 2.2.2, 2.2.3, 2.3.3) LA 06: Demonstrate understanding of literary elements (genres; story elements such as plot, character, setting; stylistic devices; problem/resolution) and graphic elements/illustrations (Reading GLEs 2.2.2, 2.2.3, 2.3.3) 2

3 2 Which event happens first in the poem? O A. The marchers reach the town of Sleep. O B. The circus on the green performs. O C. Armies and emperors march by. 2 Which event happens first in the poem? O A. The marchers reach the town of Sleep. O B. The circus on the green performs. O C. Armies and emperors march by. LC 05: Order steps, sequence, and/or events from the reading (Reading GLE 2.2.1) 3

4 3 What does the speaker mean when she says, I see the people marching by, As plain as day, before my eye in lines 3 and 4 of the poem? O A. The people are very easy for the speaker to see. O B. The people are very difficult for the speaker to see. O C. The people are moving too quickly for the speaker to see. 3 What does the speaker mean when she says, I see the people marching by, As plain as day, before my eye in lines 3 and 4 of the poem? O A. The people are very easy for the speaker to see. O B. The people are very difficult for the speaker to see. O C. The people are moving too quickly for the speaker to see. LC 03: Make inferences or predictions based on the reading (Reading GLE 2.1.5) 4

5 4 Any of these words could be used to describe the speaker in the poem. Choose the word that best describes the speaker. Imaginative Sleepy Excited Provide two details from the poem to support your choice. _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ 4 Any of these words could be used to describe the speaker in the poem. Choose the word that best describes the speaker. Imaginative Sleepy Excited Provide two details from the poem to support your choice. _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ LA 06: Demonstrate understanding of literary elements (genres; story elements such as plot, character, setting; stylistic devices; problem/resolution) and graphic elements/illustrations (Reading GLEs 2.2.2, 2.2.3, 2.3.3) 5

6 2A 2-point response states or implies which word best describes the speaker in the poem and provides two text-based details to support the choice. Example: The girl is imaginative because she dreams of armies and kings. She also dreams of a circus. OR She is sleepy because her mama puts out the light. She ends up in the town of Sleep. OR She is excited because she says so fine a show was never seen. Also, she never saw anything like it by day. 1A 1-point response states or implies which word best describes the speaker in the poem and provides one text-based detail to support the choice. 6

7 Text-based details may include, but are not limited to: Imaginative / Sleepy / Excited A.All night long / every night B.Mama puts out the light C.Caravan (people) marching by / Dreams of a parade D.Everything she dreams is as plain as day E.Dreams of armies / emperors / kings F.Carrying different kinds of things G.Never saw the like by day H.So fine a show was never seen I.Dreams of a great circus J.Dreams of every kind of beast and man K.People are going fast / slow L.Reaches the town of Sleep 7

8 4 Any of these words could be used to describe the speaker in the poem. Choose the word that best describes the speaker. Imaginative Sleepy Excited Provide two details from the poem to support your choice. 4 Any of these words could be used to describe the speaker in the poem. Choose the word that best describes the speaker. Imaginative Sleepy Excited Provide two details from the poem to support your choice. This response chooses Imaginative to describe the speaker in the poem and provides two textbased details to support the choice. E....dreams of armies and empires marching... J....every beast and man is marching This response chooses Imaginative to describe the speaker in the poem and provides two textbased details to support the choice. E....dreams of armies and empires marching... J....every beast and man is marching 2 8

9 4 Any of these words could be used to describe the speaker in the poem. Choose the word that best describes the speaker. Imaginative Sleepy Excited Provide two details from the poem to support your choice. 4 Any of these words could be used to describe the speaker in the poem. Choose the word that best describes the speaker. Imaginative Sleepy Excited Provide two details from the poem to support your choice. This response chooses Sleepy to describe the speaker in the poem and provides two text-based details to support the choice. A....all night long... L....town of Sleep. This response chooses Sleepy to describe the speaker in the poem and provides two text-based details to support the choice. A....all night long... L....town of Sleep. 2 9

10 4 Any of these words could be used to describe the speaker in the poem. Choose the word that best describes the speaker. Imaginative Sleepy Excited Provide two details from the poem to support your choice. 4 Any of these words could be used to describe the speaker in the poem. Choose the word that best describes the speaker. Imaginative Sleepy Excited Provide two details from the poem to support your choice. This response chooses Sleepy to describe the speaker in the poem and provides one text-based detail to support the choice. L. Until we reach the town of sleep. This response chooses Sleepy to describe the speaker in the poem and provides one text-based detail to support the choice. L. Until we reach the town of sleep. 1 10

11 4 Any of these words could be used to describe the speaker in the poem. Choose the word that best describes the speaker. Imaginative Sleepy Excited Provide two details from the poem to support your choice. 4 Any of these words could be used to describe the speaker in the poem. Choose the word that best describes the speaker. Imaginative Sleepy Excited Provide two details from the poem to support your choice. This response chooses Imaginative to describe the speaker in the poem and provides one text based detail to support the choice. C....she dreaming about a parade This response chooses Imaginative to describe the speaker in the poem and provides one text based detail to support the choice. C....she dreaming about a parade 1 11

12 4 Any of these words could be used to describe the speaker in the poem. Choose the word that best describes the speaker. Imaginative Sleepy Excited Provide two details from the poem to support your choice. 4 Any of these words could be used to describe the speaker in the poem. Choose the word that best describes the speaker. Imaginative Sleepy Excited Provide two details from the poem to support your choice. This response chooses Imaginative to describe the speaker but does not support the choice with text-based details. 0 12


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