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110.32.b.6

Quiz by Texas Education Agency

Grade 9
ELAR (2009)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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Grade 9
ELAR (2009)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

110.32.b.6

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  • Q1
    In paragraph 8, the author uses glass as a metaphor to show her -
    deep personal regret
    intense anger
    vision problems
    extreme physical agony
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  • Q2
    In paragraph 4, the author's attitude about being near wildlife is -
    terrified
    pleased
    irritated
    cautious
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  • Q3
    In paragraph 1, the author details the history of the Pacific Crest Trail to -
    emphasize that the trail's history is not as interesting to her as the trail itself is
    show the sacrifices that were necessary to complete the trail
    contrast how new the completed trail is with how old it feels to her
    imply that it took an unreasonable amount of time to create the trail
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  • Q4
    The description of the otters in paragraphs 1 and 2 suggests they are -
    tense
    playful
    loving
    hostile
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  • Q5
    In paragraph 7, the author includes the information about his daughter's studies primarily to -
    explain the details of her scientific research studies of wild animals
    indicate that delight in nature need not disappear with scientific knowledge
    provide background information about their trip to the north woods
    show that scientific knowledge has the ability to transform our attitudes about all life
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  • Q6
    In paragraph 2, the author uses the figurative language "their tails flipping up to gleam like wands in the early sunlight" to illustrate the -
    magical beauty of the otters
    mystical allure of the morning
    tranquility of the morning setting
    cheerful nature of the otters
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  • Q7
    Why does the author ask several questions in paragraphs 13 and 14?
    To evaluate his reasons for worrying about the creatures before him
    To analyze his disagreements with others about how to protect nature
    To review the ways humankind has harmed nature
    To explore his motivations for continuing to stand by the river
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