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Encyclopedia Brown And the Case of the Slippery SalamanderBy Donald J. Sobol
Vocabulary We should use at least one reference for our book report.Method of study Source of information
Answer B. Source of Information
Vocabulary Did you solve the crime? Party in someone’s honorAct of breaking the law
Answer B. Act of Breaking the Law
Vocabulary Did you see the museum exhibit? display statue
Answer a. display
Vocabulary Snakes are reptiles. Animals with scales Animals with gills
Answer a. Animals with scales
Vocabulary Frogs are amphibians. Animals that live on land and waterAnimals that have beaks and feathers
Answer a. Animals that live on land and water
Vocabulary Where would I find a salamander? Type of rockType of animal
Answer b. Type of Animal
Vocabulary How would I classify a lizard? Kind of bird Kind of reptile
Answer b. Kind of reptile
Comprehension If Encyclopedia Brown did not live in Idaville, what would most likely happen? There would not be any crimes committed Some crimes would go unsolved
Answer b. Some crimes would go unsolved
Comprehension When and where did the story take place?In the evening at the Brown’s house. During the afternoon on a bike path.
Answer A. In the evening at the Brown’s House.
Comprehension What was the main reason that Chief Brown was stumped by the crime? There was lots of visitors. The crook left very few clues.
Answer b. The crook left very few clues.
Comprehension Why did the author write this story?To entertain with a story about a boy that solved crimes. To compare and contrast clues that are left at crime scenes.
Answer a. To entertain with a story about a boy that solves crimes
Comprehension What did Encyclopedia Brown need before he could solve the crime? The specific details about the crime. A picture of the stolen salamander.
Answer a. The specific details about the crime.
Comprehension How are frogs and salamanders alike? They are birds.They are amphibians.
Answer b. They are amphibians
Comprehension Which event happened around the same time Dr. O’Donnell examined the new crocodile? Chief Brown went to the aquarium. Mrs. King took a coffee break.
Answer b. Mrs. King took a coffee break.
Comprehension Why did Sam Maine act suspicious of Mrs. King?He wanted the police to think she was the thief. He really thought she stole the salamander.
Answer a. He wanted the police to think she was the thief.
Comprehension Encyclopedia Brown showed that he had solved the crime when he… Said that Sam was lying about his experience. Read that salamanders are not a type of reptile.
Answer a. Said that Sam was lying about his experience.
Comprehension What is an important lesson in this story?It helps to pay careful attention to details. People should protect tiger salamanders.
Answer a. It helps to pay careful attention to details.
Comprehension In your groups, discuss the following question.In addition to working at the aquarium, what else did Dr. O’Donnell, Mrs. Brown, or Sam Maine have in common?
Answer They all appeared to be busy doing other things when the salamander was stolen.
Comprehension In your groups, discuss the following question.What is the most likely reason Sam Maine lied about his experience with taking care of animals?
Answer He lied to get a job at the aquarium.
Comprehension In your groups, discuss the following question.What do you think Sam Maine would have done with the Salamander if he had not been caught?
Answer He probably would have sold it.
Good luck on your test! Do your personal best!
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