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May 12th, 2015
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QUESTION 1

  1. Read the claim.

    Raphael was caring.

    Which identifies the best textual support for the claim?

    Poor Luca was in despair. He knew very well that his chance of winning Pacifica was gone. Raphael's tender heart was touched.

    Raphael called Luca to see his work. Trembling with eagerness, he uncovered his jar and platter and showed them to his friend.

    Raphael kissed the duke's hand. Then he turned to his father. "Is it true," he asked, "that my jar and platter have been chosen?"

2 points  

QUESTION 2

  1. Which sentence uses the word controversy correctly?

    The controversy was caused by an overheard conversation.

    Controversy was a nice touch at the wedding.

    I like to controversy every summer.

2 points  

QUESTION 3

  1. Read the sentence.

    Feathers from wings and tails make the best quill pens.

    Which best identifies the adjective phrase and theword it modifies?

    make the best; modifies feathers

    feathers from; modifies wings

    the best quill pens; modifies make

2 points  

QUESTION 4

  1. What conclusion can you draw about the little girl in "The Little Girl in the Blue Armchair" by Mary Cassatt?

    She is a spoiled brat.

    She is excited about something.

    She is bored.

2 points  

QUESTION 5

  1. Which best explains how the viewpoint in the Greenberg interview differed from that in the informational text on Thurgood Marshall?

    The informational article provides an insider's view of the Brown vs. Board of Education case; the perspective of the Greenberg interview is more distant.

    The Greenberg interview suggests that Brown vs. Board of Education was a very important case; the informational article does not.

    The  informational article suggests that Brown vs. Board of Education was a very important case; the Greenberg interview does not.

2 points  

QUESTION 6

  1. Which describes a biography?

    The subject of the biography and the author are the same person.

    Biographies are mostly fictional.

    You do not need to do research to write a biography.

2 points  

QUESTION 7

  1. Read the sentence.

    Martin Luther King's voice rolled like thunder over the crowd at the Lincoln Memorial.

    Which best interprets the underlined figurative language in this sentence?

    It means that Martin Luther King's voice had a strong power over his audience.

    It means that no one listened to Martin Luther King's speech.

    It means that at the Lincoln Memorial, King's voice could not be heard over the thunder.

2 points  

QUESTION 8

  1. Read the sentence.


    He shoots a basketball with either hand.

    Whichbest identifies the adverb phraseand theword it modifies?

    either hand; modifies basketball

    He shoots; modifies basketball

    with either hand; modifies shoots

2 points  

QUESTION 9

  1. Read the list:

    their, they're, there

    How are these words related?

    They sound alike but have different meanings.

    They are all related to possession.

    They all have to do with location.

2 points  

QUESTION 10

  1. Which describes the purpose for the video clip about the civil rights movement?

     To inform by offering historical information

    To persuade using popular appeals

    To compare real-life events to fictionalized events

2 points  

QUESTION 11

  1. Read the sentence.

    No one in our family can tell funny jokes __________ than Uncle Walter.

    Which modifier correctly completes the sentence?

2 points  

QUESTION 12

  1. Which sentence uses the word they're correctly?

    Have you been they're before?

    They're going to the beach next weekend.

    How do they know that its they're package?

2 points  

QUESTION 13

  1. Which sentence uses a double negativecorrectly?

    Molly never gets no respect from her sister.

    Fernando's parents won't give him no money for lunch tomorrow since he didn't do his chores.

    I was not displeased by my performance at the recital.

2 points  

QUESTION 14

  1. Read the sentence.

    She was young and naive when she went off to Nashville to try to become a singer.

    Which word has the strongest connotative meaning?

    went

    become

    singer

2 points  

QUESTION 15

  1. How does "Marian Anderson Sings" differ from the informational text in organization?

    "Marian Anderson Sings" uses in medias res, while the informational text is organized strictly by order of importance.

    "Marian Anderson Sings" uses spatial order, while the informational text uses in medias res.

    "Marian Anderson Sings" uses order of importance, while the informational text is organized strictly chronologically.

2 points  

QUESTION 16

  1. Which best describes the argument John F. Kennedy's makes in his speech at Rice University?

    The space effort's sole purpose is to create more jobs for Americans.

    The space race will help America to design and develop more powerful nuclear weapons.

    America's children need to learn more about space to ensure that they will win the war against the Soviet Union.

2 points  

QUESTION 17

  1. Which best identifies an unsupported claim in the Kennedy speech?

    William Bradford spoke at the founding of the Plymouth Bay Colony.

    Kennedy had visited the site for the development of future space exploration in Houston.

    Forty-five sattelites had circled the earth over a 19-month period.

2 points  

QUESTION 18

  1. Which word is spelled incorrectly?

    narrateing

    narrate

    narrator

2 points  

QUESTION 19

  1. Read the sentence.

    The boys thought the movie was a _____ sequel.

    Which identifies the word that correctly completes the sentence?

    baddest

    poorly

2 points  

QUESTION 20

  1. Review the purpose.

    To add dramatic interest.

    Which line from "Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata" is not an example of the author's use of descriptive language to achieve this purpose?  

    It happened in Bonn.

    I threw open the shutters, admitting a flood of brilliant moonlight.

    From the instant when his fingers began to wander along the keys, the very tone of the instrument began to grow sweeter and more equal.

2 points  

QUESTION 21

  1. The Gandhi video focuses on a daily spiritual ritual in this leader's later life. How does the informational piece differ in its focus?

    It focuses on Gandhi's childhood.

    It focuses on Gandhi's early life.

    It focuses on Gandhi's entire life.

2 points  

QUESTION 22

  1. Review the detail.

    The Daughters of the Revolution eventually admitted African American performers to their hall.

    Which best analyzes how this detail supports the meaning in "Marian Anderson Sings"?

    It shows that African American performers would never be able to perform in some theaters.

    It shows that Marian Anderson had helped ease discrimination for African American performers.

    It shows that an era of discrimination and unfair treatment of African Americans was finally over.

2 points  

QUESTION 23

  1. Read the passage.

    As Casals daydreamed while standing on the busy sidewalk, he imagined himself playing chess in a café with the Impressionist painter Edgar Degas. Or sitting in a darkened theater, feeling the sudden hush as the celebrated actress, Sarah Bernhardt, took the stage.

    Which is the best inference about Casals, based on this passage?

    He had a vivid imagination.

    He was eager to become famous.

    He had plenty of money to spend going to plays and shows.

2 points  

QUESTION 24

  1. Review the scenario.

    Tyler is writing a personal narrative. 

    Which identifies and explains the organizational pattern that would best suit this task?

    Order of importance; it will allow him to engage his reader's interest by communicating the most exciting details first.

    Logical organization; it will allow him to show the cause and effect relationship between his ideas.

    Chronological order; it will allow him to show how he developed or changed.

2 points  

QUESTION 25

  1. Which is an example of sensory language?

    You are a capable woman.

    Stop when you reach this page.

    The best way to go is North.

2 points  

QUESTION 26

  1. Which contains proper punctuation and capitalization?

2 points  

QUESTION 27

  1. Which uses the word exaggerate correctly?

    The way to school was exaggerate that morning.

    Her exaggerate was unbelievable.

    My cousin likes to exaggerate when he tells stories.

2 points  

QUESTION 28

  1. Which describes a way you can enhance the unity of a personal narrative?

    Use elevated vocabulary.

    Imagine a different audience for each paragraph.

    Include a lot of sensory appeals.

2 points  

QUESTION 29

  1. Read the sentence.

    She did not realize the _________ she had over her little sister.

    Which option best completes the sentence?

    genuine

    diligence

    influence

2 points  

QUESTION 30

  1. Read the sentence.

    When an author makes a supported _______ in an informational text, he or she gives evidence to support it.

    Which option best completes the sentence?

    influence

    diligent

    controversy


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