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Asking Questions/Main Idea

Quiz by Amber Burke

Grade 5
ELA (2017)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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  • Q1

    Which questions are closely related to the pictures?

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    Why is she wearing a white shirt? Why is the picture black and white?

    What year were these bikes made? How did he ride the bike with the big wheel?

    Who was the photographer? Why this there a fence behind the woman?

  • Q2

    What is the main idea of paragraphs 3-4?

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    Bicycles were mass-produced in factory assembly lines.

    The bicycle sparked new ideas in production and marketing.

    Manufacturers worked hard to meet the demand for bicycles.

    Bicycle manufacturers decided to set nationwide prices.

  • Q3

    Which questions are closely related to the picture?

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    Why are their faces dirty? How old are they?

    Why are they on a ladder? What are they wearing?

    Why are they wearing hats? Why is the picture in black and white?

  • Q4

    Open your mentor text to page 18 and 19. Read paragraphs 2, 3, and 4. What is the main idea of the text?

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    Some businesses felt that children would not learn how to work if they were not working before the age of 16.

    Employers liked child workers because they could pay them less than adults.

    Franklin Roosevelt thought child labor was a monstrous thing.

    In the 1920s, the government began to regulate child labor and began to require that children went to school.

  • Q5

    Which sentence best states a main idea of the story?

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    Human beings can help manatees, but can also harm them.

    Some people are very interested in marine mammals, like manatees. 

    The park was full of creatures the narrator had never seen before.

    Estuaries are home to a number of specially adapted species.


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