Reading Skills
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  • Question 1
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    What is the central message of a story?

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    The effect of an action

    The cause of an action

    The lesson, moral, or message

    The differences between things

  • Question 2
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    What is an inference?

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    A final decision

    What the story is mostly about

    The author's belief

    An educated guess

  • Question 3
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    When thinking about cause and effect, what is cause?

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    The lesson, moral, or message in a text

    The reason or why something happened in a text

    An educated guess based on what the author shows but doesn't tell the reader in a text

    The result or what happened in a text

  • Question 4
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    What is Main Idea?

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    The solutions to problems in a story

    The steps of actions in a text in the exact order they happen

    What a paragraph or text is mostly about

    The struggle a character faces in a story

  • Question 5
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    What is opinion?

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    What a paragraph or text is mostly about

    The solution to a problem in a story

    The lesson, moral, or message of a story

    The author's belief about a topic

  • Question 6
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    When an author show's but doesn't directly tell the reader about something, then the reader must ____

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    draw a conclusion

    form an opinion

    make an inference

    determine the cause

  • Question 7
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    When a reader uses the strategy of

    *looking for the advice that a wiser character gives to a struggling character

    they are trying to

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    find the central message

    find the main character's feelings

    find a character's traits

    make an inference

  • Question 8
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    When a reader uses the strategy of

    *looking for the result or what happened in a text

    they are

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    comparing and contrasting

    finding the effect

    finding the central message

    finding the cause

  • Question 9
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    When a reader uses the strategy of

    *thinking about how things are the same

    *uses word clues such as same, both, similar, comparison

    they are

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    finding the sequence of events

    finding cause and effect

    making an inference

    comparing

  • Question 10
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    When a reader

    *looks for repeating words, synonyms, or asks themselves, "What is this text mostly about?"

    they are

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    summarizing a story

    looking for the main idea

    drawing a conclusion

    finding and opinion

  • Question 11
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    When a reader

    *looks for words such as best, worst, tallest, shortest, easiest, hardest, prettiest

    They are

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    finding an opinion statement

    finding the main idea

    finding the sequence

    finding the problem and solution

  • Question 12
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    When a reader

    *looks for the struggle, trouble, or difficulty a character faces in a story

    they are

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    making an inference

    finding the central message

    searching for the problem

    finding the sequence

  • Question 13
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    When a reader

    *thinks about how a struggle or difficulty was improved

    they are

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    finding the solution

    finding the opinion

    finding the central message

    finding the cause and effect

  • Question 14
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    When a reader

    *looks for words such as first, next, then, after that, finally

    *thinks about steps or actions in the exact order they happened

    *things about what happened and the order in which it happened

    they are

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    finding an opinon

    finding a conclusion

    finding a sequence

    finding an effect

  • Question 15
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    When a reader

    *looks for how two or more things are not alike

    *looks for word clues such as however, yet, but, while, on the other hand

    they are

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    finding the main idea and details

    looking at causes and effects

    finding problem and solution

    comparing and contrasting

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