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|The Article primarily discusses
|the Clark County School District’s Outdoor Garden Classroom Program, which teaches students how to grow and sell their own food
|Based on information in the Article, which of these must happen first?
|Students in Clark County research what they can grow in their climate.
|Which is the closest antonym for
the word comprehensive?
|Which question is not answered by
A. How many times a year is the Giant Student Farmers Market held?
B. When was the very first Giant
Student Farmers Market held?
C. How much money do the students earn from the farmers markets?
D. Who helps the students learn
to prepare what they’ve grown?
|How much money do the students earn from the farmers markets?
|Which passage from the Article best supports the idea that students do better in school when they participate in a garden program?
|In fact, a comprehensive review of educational studies found schools with garden programs reported improved
student performance in science, math, and even language arts.
|The Article says:
With the guidance of teacher advisors, students work in teams to tend to every stage of the gardening process.
Which phrase from the passage helps you understand the meaning of the word guidance?
|The Article states:
At a farmers market in
downtown Las Vegas, the
tables have been turned.
Here, the students get to do
“This is a summer squash,”
seventh-grader Denise Trotter
explained to a shopper,
according to the Las Vegas
Review-Journal. “This is an
“It’s technically a melon,”
classmate Errica Moore
Why did the author include this
|To demonstrate that the students take pride in selling their own fruits and vegetables
|Which of these is a statement of opinion?
A. Schools may choose to
participate in student gardens
and farmers markets for many
B. With the guidance of teacher
advisors, students work in
teams to tend to every stage
of the gardening process.
C. Bankers and business leaders
help students understand the
demands of marketing and
managing a business.
D. The recipes demonstrated by
area chefs are too difficult for
students and their families to
duplicate at home.
|The recipes demonstrated by area chefs are too difficult for students and their families to duplicate at home.