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Grade 3 ELA / Reading - NC EOG Released Form

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Grade 3
English
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

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  • Q1
    Which word describes Claudia?
    frustrated
    organized
    daring
    honest
    120s
    3.RL.3
  • Q2
    Why did Claudia not show her rock and shell collections to the class?
    Claudia wanted to show a collection the class had never seen.
    Mrs. Wilson did not want to see two collections that were alike.
    Claudia was too shy to talk in class.
    Mrs. Wilson would not let her go first.
    60s
    3.RL.3
  • Q3
    What is the meaning of the word "projects" as used in paragraph 4?
    surprises
    coins
    lures
    activities
    60s
    3.RL.4
  • Q4
    In paragraph 7, what does Marcus mean when he says to Claudia, "Bring one of your collections. You've got a million of them!"?
    Claudia should be concerned since she has no hobby.
    Claudia would have to borrow a collection from a friend.
    Claudia has several collections from which to choose.
    Claudia should share all of her collections with the class.
    60s
    3.RL.4
  • Q5
    Which word completes the graphic organizer?
    Question Image
    feathers
    jump ropes
    telescope
    wagon
    60s
    3.RL.1
  • Q6
    What do Claudia and Annie have in common?
    Both collect feathers.
    Both collect rocks.
    Both collect coins.
    Both collect seashells.
    60s
    3.RL.1
  • Q7
    At the end of the story, what was Mrs. Wilson's reaction to Claudia's hobby?
    She thought it was the best collection of collections.
    She thought it was the biggest rock collection of all.
    She was surprised that the seashells were so different.
    She was surprised paper money came in many colors.
    60s
    3.RL.2
  • Q8
    What is the main idea of the selection?
    A camel adapts well to life in the desert.
    There are songs and films about camels.
    A camel's most unusual feature is its hump.
    There are two types of camels in the world.
    120s
    3.RI.2
  • Q9
    According to the text, what is the camel's strangest feature?
    closed nostrils
    bushy eyebrows
    humped backs
    thick eyelashes
    60s
    3.RI.1
  • Q10
    What is the purpose of a camel's hump?
    to store water for many weeks
    to help its body temperature stay low
    to keep it from sweating
    to provide energy when there is no food
    60s
    3.RI.1
  • Q11
    According to the selection, why are camels well-suited for sandstorms?
    They feed on dew-dampened plants.
    They enjoy hot, dry weather.
    They have long, thick eyelashes.
    They sweat similar to humans.
    60s
    3.RI.3
  • Q12
    According to the selection, why are the camel's bushy eyebrows important?
    to keep sweat out of its eyes
    to help shade its eyes from the sun
    to help it see the desert better
    to protect its breathing ability
    60s
    3.RI.3
  • Q13
    In paragraph 3, how would "dew-dampened" plants help the camels go for weeks without water?
    "Dew-dampened" plants provide a source of water for camels.
    "Dew-dampened" plants help the camels store fat in their humps.
    "Dew-dampened" plants provide shade for camels.
    "Dew-dampened" plants help the camels lose weight.
    60s
    3.RI.4
  • Q14
    In paragraph 3, what is the meaning of the word "distress"?
    fear
    suffering
    sleep
    sadness
    60s
    3.L.4.a
  • Q15
    What is the similarity between paragraphs 3 and 4?
    They both describe where camels live.
    They both explain why camels are well-suited for running.
    They both describe how camels look.
    They both explain why camels can go without water for long periods.
    60s
    3.RI.8

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