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Block 6 FINAL

Name ___________________________
Circle the correct answer.
Question #1:

Read the story about Georgia, then answer the question. What did Georgia usually do in school?

listened intently

daydreamed

tried to be the teacher's pet
Question #2:

Read the story about Georgia, then answer the question. Which of these words describes Georgia?

witty

artistic



studious
Question #3:

Read the story about Georgia, then answer the question. What did Georgia want to become?

an artist

a mathematician

a school teacher
Question #4:

Choose the word that best describes Georgia.



As usual, Georgia wasn't listening. History class bored her. The plum trees outside were in blossom.

talkative

uninterested

nervous


Question #5:

How would the character react?



Mrs. Fleming was a stern history teacher. There was no nonsense in her class. When Bob asked to turn in his assignment late, what would the teacher probably do?

allow his late assignment one time

laugh and give her approval

not consider his request

Question #6:

Choose the best meaning for this sentence.


When Susan was born, she stole her daddy's heart.

He immediately felt love for her.

He became concerned about her.

He developed a heart problem.


Question #7:

Choose the best meaning for this sentence.



Larry still carries a torch for his childhood sweetheart.

Larry has bad memories of his childhood sweetheart.

Larry still feels attracted to his childhood sweetheart.

Larry wants to harm his childhood sweetheart.


Question #8:

Choose the best meaning for this sentence. Poverty was Shawn's private cross to bear.

Poverty was a burden for Shawn.

Shawn had a heavy load to carry.

Shawn was concerned about poverty.
Question #9:

Choose the best meaning for this sentence. Richard was given the boot last week at work.

Richard was given an award.

Richard was unable to speak.

Richard was fired from his job.

Question #10:

Choose the best meaning for this sentence.

Most politicians are constantly in the public eye.

Most politicians try to make contact with other people.

The activities of most politicians are usually watched by many people.

Most politicians are unattractive.

Question #11:

Choose the best example of omission of facts as a propaganda technique.

We have only three new cars left to sell, so hurry!

Is your lawn filled with weeds? If so, try Killzit for a green lawn.

Mrs. Bleepy says her bread is the best ever.

For Sale: Used three-door car. Engine works.

Question #12:

Choose the best definition for this term.



bias

misleading and incorrect words

a negative viewpoint emotional words

favoritism toward or against an organization or a cause


Beach Park

Block 6 FINAL

Name ___________________________
Circle the correct answer.
Question #13:

Choose the best definition for this term.



connotation

the definition of a word

words that appeal to emotion

misleading words

feelings associated with a word
Question #14:

Choose the best term for this definition.



"Everybody's doing it!"

unreliable testimonial

transfer

loaded words

bandwagon
Question #15:

Choose the best term for this definition.



the association of positive feelings of one thing to another unrelated thing

transfer

unreliable testimonial

loaded words

omission of facts

Question #16:

What conclusion can be drawn from this paragraph? Footprints can help police identify criminals. Police can identify a shoe that has made a print and determine whether the person who made it was man, woman, or child. They can even determine the height and weight of the person.

A scientific study should be made about footprints and what they reveal.

Footprints can reveal a person's age and skin color.

Footprints are important evidence at crime scenes.

Question #17:

What conclusion can be drawn from this paragraph? Have you noticed grooves across a sidewalk? As concrete dries, it shrinks and cracks. The top dries faster than the rest of it. To prevent cracks, the sidewalk maker draws thin lines across the concrete, which keeps it from cracking when it shrinks. The lines widen into grooves.

The top of concrete expands as the center shrinks.

Temperature does not affect concrete.

The sidewalk builder should allow for shrinkage when the concrete is laid.


Question #18:

What conclusion can be drawn from this paragraph? When people overwork, they get warm and perspire, which helps cool the body. Birds do not perspire through their skin. Heat and water leave their bodies through their nostrils and beaks. When they are very hot, they open their beaks and breathe fast to get rid of heat.

Warm birds are likely to be wet around their beaks.

A bird with its mouth open is not hungry.

Birds should drink a lot of water.
Question #19:

What conclusion can be drawn from this paragraph? Soft grass is a great place for rabbits to rest. Rabbits often rest in the same nest for several days. The nesting places are called "forms," because the rabbit leaves its form in the grass. Forms can be found under bushes and low trees.

Rabbits do not move much at night.

Rabbits do not like short grass.

Rabbits often stay in the same area.

Question #20:

What conclusion can be drawn from this paragraph? According to scientists, trees have a higher temperature when they are sick, just as people do. Forest rangers can use a heat-sensing device when they fly over forests. Infrared rays can tell the rangers where to find trees that need attention. The temperature of trees is highest in the morning.

Heat affects trees.

Infrared rays can cure sick trees.

Trees can physically indicate an illness.



Beach Park

Block 6 FINAL

Name ___________________________
Circle the correct answer.
Question #21:

Choose the best summary of this paragraph.



"And soon the dogs were all tearing down the field of young wheat next to ours. I never heard such a noise as they made. They did not bark, nor howl, nor whine, but kept on a 'yo! yo, o, o! yo! yo, o, o!' at the top of their voices." - Black Beauty, Anna Sewell

The dogs were running in a field next to us.

The dogs made strange noises as they ran through the field.

The full moon made the coyotes howl.


Question #22:

Choose the term that indicates a generalization.



Six angry people talked about the verdict using loud voices and absurd statements. They all were a little crazy.

six


all

angry
Question #23:

Choose the term that indicates a generalization.

Zach and Scott were always together. They attended all the baseball games together, and shared a locker at school.

shared


baseball

always
Question #24:

Choose the term that indicates a generalization.

Every night was the same. Mom cooked dinner while Rosie did her homework. When Dad came home, he changed clothes and the family dined together.

dinner


clothes

every

Question #25:

Choose the term that indicates a generalization.



Mrs. Bailey knew that her class had not studied for the test because they all entered her classroom nervously.

studied

nervously

all


Beach Park

Block 6 FINAL

Answer Key
1. daydreamed

2. artistic

3. an artist

4. uninterested

5. not consider his request

6. He immediately felt love for her.

7. Larry still feels attracted to his childhood sweetheart.

8. Poverty was a burden for Shawn.

9. Richard was fired from his job.

10. The activities of most politicians are usually watched by many people.

11. For Sale: Used three-door car. Engine works.

12. favoritism toward or against an organization or a cause

13. feelings associated with a word

14. bandwagon

15. transfer

16. Footprints are important evidence at crime scenes.

17. The sidewalk builder should allow for shrinkage when the concrete is laid.

18. Warm birds are likely to be wet around their beaks.

19. Rabbits often stay in the same area.

20. Trees can physically indicate an illness.

21. The dogs made strange noises as they ran through the field.

22. all

23. always

24. every


25. all



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