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TITLE DURATION QUESTION COUNT ACTIONS
I Love the Look of Words 00:00:00 4 Assign Test  /  Enter Results

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  • 1.8 - Understanding a Text Understanding a Text - Students will identify the basic facts and main ideas in a text and use them as the basis for interpretation.

    Question: The speaker in the poem is likely to

    Answer:
                  eat popcorn instead of read.
                enjoy the pleasures of reading.
                  forget many new words.
                  purchase popcorn regularly.

  • 2.14 - Poetry Poetry - Students will identify, analyze, and apply knowledge of the theme, structure, and elements of poetry and provide evidence from the text to support their understanding.

    Question: In lines 6-9 of the poem, gobble and chomp are both synonyms for the word eat. What does the speaker's use of these words in the poem imply?

    Answer:
                  rudeness
                  confidence
                eagerness
                  cautiousness

  • 3.11 - Theme Theme - Students will identify, analyze, and apply knowledge of theme in a literary work and provide evidence from the text to support their understanding.

    Question: What is the theme of "I Love the Look of Words"?

    Answer:
                  Reading helps you do well in school and in life.
                Reading stimulates the senses and the mind.
                  Reading needs to be practiced every day.
                  Reading is difficult but worth the struggle.

  • 4.14 - Poetry Poetry - Students will identify, analyze, and apply knowledge of the theme, structure, and elements of poetry and provide evidence from the text to support their understanding.

    Question: The poem compares eating popcorn to reading a book. Explain how the two are similar. Use relevant and specific evidence from throughout the poem to support your answer.

    Answer:
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