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Protecting Yellowstone

Q: What is this text mainly about?
A: This text is mainly about how the military rescued our national parks.

Q: What did the military do to change the park, according to a part of the text?
A: According to a part of the text, the military changed the park by bringing in more animals.

Q: Why were the poachers most likely a “lasting problem” for the park?
A: The poachers were most likely a “lasting problem” for the park because it took a long time to pass laws that made it illegal to poach animals in the park.

Q: Before Capt. Moses Harris arrived at Yellowstone, what two problems were happening at the park?
A: Before Capt. Moses Harris arrived at Yellowstone, two problems were happening at the park: animals were being poached and fires were being set.

Q: How did the author help the reader understand the meaning of the word “poaching” in a part of the text? A: The author helped the reader understand the meaning of the word “poaching” in a part of the text by explaining what the word means.

Q: What does the phrase “in chaos” mean in the text?
A: The phrase “in chaos” means the park was full of problems.

Q: What did Capt. F.A. Boutelle not want Washington to do in Yellowstone’s Grand Canyon?
A: Capt. F.A. Boutelle did not want Washington to put an elevator in Yellowstone’s Grand Canyon.

Q: What led to little protection of the park’s natural wonders, according to the text?
A: Bad park management led to little protection of the park’s natural wonders.

Q: Who was responsible for protecting the park at first?
A: At first, the Department of the Interior was responsible for protecting the park.

Q: According to a part of the text, what did Harris explain about all of the geysers?
A: According to a part of the text, Harris explained that all of the geysers have some type of damage.

A Legend From Italy

Q: Legends are stories that teach a moral or lesson. What lesson does this legend teach?
A: True happiness must come from within you.

Q: Which two things does the king offer to but his son?
A: New clothes; a faster horse.

Q: At the end of the story, the young man did…
A: Want to get it dirty.

Q: Think about what you have read. How are the…
A: Both have everything they want, but neither is happy…

Q: The author most likely wrote this story to
A: Teach something to the reader.

Q: Read this part of the story. Why does the king ask for the young man’s shirt?
A: He thinks it will make his son happy.

Q: In the story the king has a problem…
A: His son is not happy.

Q: Read this part of the story. The king’s advisor does…
A: Was not truly happy.

For Sports, Games, and More

Q: What is this selection mainly about?
A: How stadiums have developed over time.

Q: According to the text, which feature on a stadium helps make it possible for all people to see the field?
A: Rows of seats at different levels.

Q: Why was the Colosseum sometimes flooded on purpose?
A: So people could act out sea battles from history.

Q: What are the three common stadium design types?
A: Circle, rectangle, and oval.

Q: What do these two excerpts have in common?
A: They both describe ballparks that have held different types of events.

Q: What idea does this part of the text give about baseball games?
A: Wind is an important factor in a baseball game.

Q: How can this selection be best described?
A: An informational text.

Q: What were two things that a station, the word stadium comes from, referred to in ancient Greece?
A: A unit of length and a course used for running races.

Q: What does the author mean by using the word “standard” in the last sentence?
A: Regular.

Q: What gives the best summary of this part of the text?
A: Stadiums are designed to be loud places.

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