Camping with the President
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  • Question 1
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    What does the word indicated mean?

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    explained

    found

    meant

    showed

  • Question 2
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    Which word has almost the same meaning as the word generations?

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    eras

    inspirations

    organizations

    siblings

  • Question 3
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    What does the word sheer mean?

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    active

    enormous

    steep

    valuable

  • Question 4
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    Which word has the OPPOSITE meaning of the word encounter?

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    avoidance

    emergency

    entrance

    possibility

  • Question 5
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    Read the dictionary entry below....

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    debris

    emphasis

    encounter

    naturalist

  • Question 6
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    Which word has the OPPOSITE meaning of the word spectacular?

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    magnificent

    odd

    ordinary

    uncommon

  • Question 7
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    A naturalist is a person who specializes in the study of _______.

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    biology

    chemistry

    language

    nature

  • Question 8
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    What does the word debris mean?

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    moveable items in a building

    scattered remains of something

    material of a particular kind

    piece of burning wood

  • Question 9
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    What inspired President Roosevelt to take a trip to the West?

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    He had always wanted to travel West.

    He read a book titled Our National Parks.

    He wanted to go camping with John Muir.

    He wanted to get away from the Secret Service.

  • Question 10
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    What is the Grizzly Giant?

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    the largest Grizzly Bear in the world

    a giant sequoia tree in the Mariposa Grove

    a steep waterfall in Yosemite National Park

    a huge granite boulder in Yosemite National Park

  • Question 11
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    Which problem did President Roosevelt face on his trip?

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    He had to sleep in the wilderness.

    Wild animals threatened their safety.

    Charlie Leidig would not let him cook breakfast.

    Reporters and the Secret Service would not give him privacy.

  • Question 12
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    Why was President Roosevelt so upset that people had cut down sequoia trees?

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    The sequoia wood was not useful.

    He wanted to use them for building fence posts.

    It would prevent future generations from seeing them.

    They were destroying the habitats of many wilderness animals.

  • Question 13
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    Based on text evidence, you can conclude that...

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    President Roosevelt and John Muir became best friends.

    President Roosevelt took many trips West during his presidency.

    President Roosevelt planted sequoia trees on the White House property.

    President Roosevelt's trip West affected his views on land preservation.

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