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Treasure Coves and Ninja Stars – Part 1

Pirates love treasure. Ninjas keep secrets. If they fought each other, who would win?

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This text’s central focus is onthe history of pirates and ninjas.
Read this part from the text. The author begins this way todescribe who this part of the text is about.
Read this part from the text. What is one idea that is explained in this part?Pirates did things that were against the law.
In which type of place would a ninja most likely defeat a pirate?mountain
Pirates were very active from 1650 to 1725. One reason is that there were not many laws about piracy. What are two other reasons?Ships were full of things to steal.
Many young men needed jobs.
Look at this image. Based on what you have read, this is an example of aninja.
These are sentences from the text. Which sentence shows a weakness pirates would have when fighting against ninjas?They might not be as well-organized on hard.
Read this part from the text. This part gives the idea that ninjas.were sly and cruel to anyone they came across.
Based on what you have read, the author of this text is writing toinform readers about pirates and ninjas.
According to the author, pirates like to attack. Choose the one sentence that shows what happened because of their attacks.They attacked shipping lanes and created confusion in trade routes.

A Rescue Dog – Part 1

A schoolgirl missing her parents finds she has something in common with an abandoned dog. This is Part 1 of a two-part story.

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This story is mainly abouta stray dog that befriends a girl but then causes some trouble at home.
Read this excerpt. Paloma’s main fear is that her mother willnot return from deployment.
This excerpt is from the beginning of this story. The mood the author sets here can best be described asnervous.
This story is the first part of a two-part selection. What is the conflict or problem at the end of the first part?Paloma wants to help Chester but she’s worried that he will be returned to the shelter.
Paloma named the dog Chester after herfather.
Read these two excerpts. What do Paloma Chester have in common?Both are afraid of being abandoned.
What is the relationship between Paloma and…They are cousins.
How did Paloma and Julia come to have a stray dog?The dog jumped into Julia’s car when she came to pick up Paloma.
Paloma made fliers to find Chester’s owner. Why did she feel like throwing the fliers in the trash?She wanted to keep Chester.
A metaphor is a figure of speech. It describes something or person to something or someone else. Choose……completely crumble into a pile of dust at the thought of…

Playing With The Wind

The sport of kiteboarding is an exciting activity and more than just a way to play.

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This selection is mainly aboutthe history of kite surfing.
Brothers Dominique and Bruno Legaignoux developed modern kite surfing. What did they do to help the sport get better?They invented better gear, such as the inflatable kite.
This selection can best be described asinformational.
In this excerpt, the phrase “death loop” meansWhen kite lines loop together and the kite drags the surfer.
What do these two excerpts have in common?Both give examples of tricks that extreme kite surfers have done.
The kite is pumped full of air. The kite has to belight, yet tough and flexible.
Richard Branson is famous for being theoldest person to kite surf the English Channel.
Kite surfing is a combination ofkite flying, surfing, sailing and skateboarding.
What type of power do kite surfers use?wind power
Which statement best summarize the qualities of the extreme kite surfing athletes in this text?They all practiced for months and years before performing their dangerous stunts.

Looking Back at Earth

Humans first walked on the Moon more than 50 years ago when NASA’s Apollo 11 mission landed two astronauts on the lunar surface.

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This text is mainly about the Apollo 11mission to the Moon and theways space exploration has changed since then
The author describes the Apollo 11 mission as a “massive effort.” Choose the sentence that gives the best evidence of this.Also celebrating the success were the 400,000 scientists, engineers, and other professionals who had helped develop the technologies that made the trip possible.
In this sentence from the text, the word “interior” meansinside.
Read this part from the text. Which of the following best summarizes the information in this part? safety issues astronauts have.
In 1969, Neil Armstrong made history by spending a day on the Moon Today astronautsspend more time living and working on the Space Station.
How long were Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin on the Moon?less than one day.
This part of the text tells you that Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin stepped onto the Earth’s “natural satellite.” They were onthe Moon
Why were hundreds of millions of people watching Neil Armstrong on the Moon?He was the first human in history to take a step on the Moon.
Genres are specific types of writing. Which genre did the author of this text choose to write in?Informational text.
The Apollo missions did not have exercise programs. Why do astronauts today have exercise programs?Their missions are longer.

Icy Competition

Over the years, there have been some tense rivalries and amazing teams in Olympic skating.

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This selection is mainly aboutOlympic skating events and famous rivalries.
The goal of short track speedskating is tohave the fastest time in a race around the track.
Read these two parts from the text. These two parts show that Debi Thomas did not win the gold medal, but shewas the first African American to win a medal in any winter Olympic sport.
At the 2010 Olympics, Evan Lysacek beat 2006 gold medalist Evgeni Plushenko by just 1.31 points. Lysacek and Plushenko can best be described asrivals.
Mood is the feeling an author creates with words. The mood in this part isjoyful.
This text is best described asinformational writing.
Tonya Harding was banned for life from U.S. figure skating. Why?She knew about a plan to attack her rival Nancy Kerrigan.
Based on these two parts of the text, which pair of words best describes speed skater Steven Bradbury?Determined and surprising.
From 1964 to 2014, Russian or Soviet figure skating pairs won 13 gold medals in 14 Olympics. The Russian and Soviet skaters during this time are best described aspowerful.
The author states that “no U.S. woman had won more through 2014” than figure skater Michelle Kwan. But the one thing Kwan did not win wasan Olympic gold medal.

A Peaceful Kingdom’s Plan

Wu Ti rules his kingdom by creating peace; Jen Fu rules his kingdom by creating fear. How will Wu Ti react when Jen Fu decides one kingdom is not enough?

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The enemy ships turned around because thewarriors were afraid of the kites.
Mood is how readers feel as they read a text. Read this part from the text. The mood in this part isrelieved.
What do these two parts of the text have in common?Both explain how each king controlled his kingdom.
Read this part of the text. This part gives the idea that when Han flew the kite from the hill, it was a sign that thekingdom should prepare for war.
A simile is a figure of speech that compares two things. Choose the one sentence…They swam through the darkness then slithered, silent as snakes, into the hulls where Jen Fu’s oarsmen rowed to drums…
The people of Wu Ti’s kingdom built kites toscare the warriors on the ships.
At the end of the story, Hen Chen wrote two poems toexplain what he had learned.
Jen Fu wanted to go to war because hewas jealous of Wu Ti’s kingdom.

Math Makes Music

Ancient mathematician Pythagoras came to understand that the most pleasing note in music come from regular intervals or ratios.

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What is the main idea of this selection?The connection between music and math may surprise people.
The planets do not actually make music. We know this is true becausesound cannot travel in space.
Who was Pythagoras?A mathematician.
What did Pythagoras discover when the blacksmiths were hammering?Pleasant musical combinations are caused by the weight of different hammers.
This text gives facts about a real-life topic. This text belongs to the genre calledinformational text.
Which idea about planets did both Pythagoras and Johannes Kepler believe?The planets move in harmony.
Read this part of the text. Pythagoras decided that if the ratios worked for music on Earth, then they must also work on the planets and stars.
According to this text, numbers are important because they help us explainthe real world.
Choose the one sentence that summarizes what Pythagoras discovered…Whether it was wind instruments, strings, or percussion, it was always the same story…
Read this part from the text.Hammer weights are a 2:1 ratio, or a 1/2 fraction.

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