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Amelia and Eleanor Go for a Ride By: Pam Munoz Ryan Pictures by: Brian Selznick
Vocabulary Our president is very outspoken. A. patient B. direct
Jessie is a daring person. A. bold B. famous
Answer A. bold
Lainie is the aviator. A. airplane pilot B. science teacher
Answer A. airplane pilot
Are you performing solo? A. without an instrument B. without another person
The cockpit is empty. A. area for the pilot B. room for patients
Answer A. area for the pilot
The air is brisk today. A. calm B. chilly
The couple ate at an elegant restaurant. A. unusual B. stylish
Comprehension Questions 1.Amelia flew and Eleanor drove because it _________________. A. was challenging to learn A. was challenging to learn B. made them feel independent
2. Before Amelia attended the dinner at the White House, she _______________. A. flew over the Atlantic Ocean B. taught Eleanor how to fly
Answer A. flew over the Atlantic Ocean
3. From information in the story, you can conclude that Eleanor and Amelia _____________. A. already knew each other before the dinner party B. were childhood friends that grew up together
Answer A. already knew each other before the dinner party
4. The author probably wrote this story to ________________. A. explain how to fly a twin-motor airplane at night B. tell about a friendship between two famous women
5. What can you tell about Eleanor from her decision to fly to Baltimore? A. She trusted Amelias skills as a pilot. B. She loved flying more than anything else.
Answer A. She trusted Amelias skills as a pilot.
6. The job the Secret Service men had was to _________________. A. get an airplane for Amelia B. make sure Eleanor was safe
7. When Amelia and Eleanor returned from their flight, the reporters were waiting because they knew the women had ________________. A. done something unusual B. managed to avoid them earlier
Answer A. done something unusual
8. Why did the reporter ask Eleanor is she has felt safe during the flight? A. She had never been on an airplane before. B. It was unusual to have a women pilot.
9. When making the recipe, which of these steps should be completed FIRST? A. Bake in a tube pan. B. Beat the egg whites. C. Add the sugar. D. Sift the flour.
10. When making the recipe, what should you do after you bake the angel food cake? A. Beat the egg whites. B. Allow the cake to cool. C. Gather the ingredients. D. Add the cream of tartar.
Answer B. Allow the cake to cool.
Response Questions Which TWO events in the story were the most exciting for Amelia and Eleanor?
The two most exciting events were the plane ride and the car ride.
Why did Amelia turn off the lights in the plane?
She did not want the lights to interfere with the view of the night sky and the ground below.
In what way were Amelia and Eleanor alike that made them DIFFERENT from most other women during this time period?
They liked to do things that most other women thought were too dangerous.
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