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What type of informational text is this?
Which detail from the text supports your answer to question 1?
The article is teaching me how to use something.
The article tells me about an event in history.
The article tells me about the life of the person who invented the remote.
The article tells me the effects of watching too much t.v. on your brain.
Which of the following briefly explains the procedure to record a show, including the buttons used?
First turn "on" the TV. Go to the "scroll" button, and use the "number" keys to help you find your show. Then press the "record" button.
First turn "on" the TV and DVR. Find the show you want, and press "record".
First turn on the TV and DVR. Go to the menu to help you find your show. Then record the show you want to watch.
First turn "on" the TV and DVR. Go to the "menu" button, and use the "scroll", and "number" keys to help you find your show. Then press the "record" button.
What other button on the remote do you think would be most similar to the "select" button?
The "on" button
The "enter" button
The "volume" button
The "mute" button
Which of the following supports your answer to question 4?
I can infer that the two buttons are most alike because "select" and "enter" both mean to choose something.
The article showed a "select" and "enter" button and they both were used for the same thing.
The remote did not have a "select" or "enter" button.
The "select" and "enter" button would not be used for the same thing.
The TV input button helps you to connect to other devices you have connected to your TV. What might these devices be?
There are no other devices you can connect to your TV.
Your remote control.
DVD player, Xbox, or Netflix
Microwave, dishwasher, and Oven
Why are technical manuals such as this important in everyday life?
They document the past history of our country.
They help you better understand and gather more information about new purchases you make.
They help us watch TV.
They keep us safe.