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6.6.C Describe Different Forms Of Point-Of-View

Quiz by Texas Education Agency

Grade 6
ELAR (2009)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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Grade 6
ELAR (2009)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

6.6.C: Reading - Comprehension of Literary Text - Fiction

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6 questions
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  • Q1
    The author’s choice of first-person narrator helps the reader —
    understand how the mentoring experience has had an impact on Chloe
    learn how the first graders feel about Chloe
    realize that the other mentors are not as serious about the project as Chloe is
    comprehend how Chloe’s classmates view her
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  • Q2
    Why is Sophie’s father most likely in favor of her going on the trip?
    He also longs for adventure.
    He wants her to become more like her cousins.
    He hopes she will become more independent.
    He wants her to persuade Bompie to visit.
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  • Q3
    The author’s use of the first-person point of view in this story enables the reader to —
    focus on the relationship between the narrator and the other characters
    determine the reason why the narrator’s grandmother forgives the narrator
    understand the internal struggle of the narrator
    observe the actions of only the narrator
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  • Q4
    What is hidden from the reader as a result of the story being told from the first-person point of view?
    Emily’s reason for bringing Charlie with her from Texas
    Kyle and Kristin’s thoughts about Emily
    The dialogue between Kyle and Kristin
    The actions of Emily with Kyle and Kristin
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  • Q5
    The first-person point of view helps the reader understand —
    Charlie Joe’s reasons for not wanting to go to the summer camp
    that Charlie Joe’s dad is serious about sending him to camp
    why Charlie Joe’s mom will not help him
    the way Ms. Ferrell views Charlie Joe
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  • Q6
    What does the conversation between Charlie Joe and his parents in paragraphs 26 through 30 suggest?
    Charlie Joe feels inspired to do better in school because of his parents’ faith in his abilities.
    Charlie Joe’s father doubts that Charlie Joe will be able to achieve the goal he has set for himself.
    Charlie Joe thinks that being able to avoid going to summer camp will be an easy task.
    Charlie Joe’s mother believes that the summer camp will not offer any benefit to Charlie Joe.
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