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Grade 5 ELA / Reading - NC EOG Released Form

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Grade 5
English
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

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Measures 12 skills from
Grade 5
English
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

5.RL.2
5.RL.4
5.RL.1
5.RL.6
5.RI.2
5.RI.4
5.RI.3
5.RI.8
5.RI.1
5.RL.3
5.L.5.a
5.L.4.a

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  • Q1
    Which statement summarizes the theme of the selection?
    Be unafraid to try new things.
    Do not be upset by past mistakes.
    Generous acts are rewarded.
    Accept others' differences.
    120s
    5.RL.2
  • Q2
    In the sentence below, what does the word "shabbily" mean? "Roberto noticed again how shabbily he was dressed."
    trendy
    fancy
    poorly
    costly
    60s
    5.RL.4
  • Q3
    Which event in the story caused the old man to fall down?
    The soccer game was canceled, and the fans were angry.
    The soccer stadium sold all of the tickets and closed the gate.
    The soccer team won the game and rushed onto the streets
    The soccer player rode by, and people ran over to see him.
    60s
    5.RL.1
  • Q4
    In paragraph 19, what is the meaning of "Roberto's heart was in his stomach"?
    He was disappointed about not getting tickets for the soccer game.
    He was excited to see Jorge Santos in the back of the car waving and smiling.
    He was concerned that the old man had gotten hurt from the fall.
    He was frustrated that the old man was pushed down by the crowd.
    60s
    5.RL.4
  • Q5
    In paragraph 34, what is the meaning of "dressed like a pauper"?
    wearing summer clothes
    wearing old and worn clothes
    wearing new or fancy clothes
    wearing tight clothes
    60s
    5.RL.4
  • Q6
    Based on the selection, how did Roberto get to see the game?
    He bought a ticket after helping the old man.
    He was let into the stadium with the owner of Jorge's team.
    He walked in with the players on Jorge's team.
    He came in with the tall man that stood in line.
    60s
    5.RL.1
  • Q7
    In the selection, what can be inferred about how the people in the crowd viewed the old man?
    The crowd did not know that the old man was the owner of the soccer team, so they pushed him down.
    The crowd did not want the old man to get tickets before them, so they pushed him down.
    The crowd was upset that the tickets were sold out, so they pushed the old man down.
    The crowd was upset that the gate was late opening, so they pushed the old man down.
    60s
    5.RL.1
  • Q8
    Which word describes how Roberto felt toward the old man at the end of the selection?
    grateful
    embarrassed
    upset
    proud
    60s
    5.RL.6
  • Q9
    What are the main ideas supported by the selection?
    Electric cars are cheaper to buy than gasoline-powered cars, and they can only go for 100 miles before recharging.
    Nissan will sell more gasoline-powered cars, and other car companies will stop making battery-powered cars in the future.
    Tony Posawatz estimates that the price of oil will go up in the future due to population increases, and fewer vehicles will be on the road.
    Electric cars have some limitations, and the U.S. government sees electric cars as a solution to the oil supply problem.
    120s
    5.RI.2
  • Q10
    In the sentence below, what is the meaning of the phrase "kick the oil habit"? "The cars may help Americans kick the oil habit one day."
    get to use more oil
    turn oil into gasoline
    stop using so much oil
    use oil only for important things
    60s
    5.RI.4
  • Q11
    According to the selection, why does the author include information about the world's population today as compared to 2050?
    to describe the importance of reducing the demand for gas
    to explain that the population is not going to change
    to tell how popular the electric car will be in the future
    to show that the increase in population does not matter
    60s
    5.RI.3
  • Q12
    What is the reason for the section titled "Charge It" in the selection?
    to explain challenges faced by electric cars
    to state how cheap it can be to charge an electric car
    to give a clear picture of what an electric car looks like
    to tell how much gasoline cars use
    60s
    5.RI.8
  • Q13
    Based on the selection, why did the U.S. government give "billions of dollars to makers of electric cars" for development?
    The world's population is declining, so gas-powered cars may not be needed in the future.
    The use of gas-powered cars does not save the U.S. money like electric cars do.
    The world's population is growing faster than the supply of available oil.
    The use of gas-powered cars is causing pollution to remain in our atmosphere.
    60s
    5.RI.1
  • Q14
    In paragraph 4, what is the meaning of the sentence below? "But huge roadblocks remain."
    Electric cars break down easily and may block traffic on roads.
    Electric cars and gasoline-powered cars will cause traffic problems.
    Electric cars have some issues that need to be resolved.
    Electric cars may solve the U.S. government's oil supply problem.
    60s
    5.RI.4
  • Q15
    Why did the author end the selection with the quote below? "'The typical car is parked 23 hours a day. You can charge it while you work and while you sleep,' Lowenthal says."
    to tell the reader that people lose a lot of good driving time
    to persuade the reader to buy charging stations
    to show that electric cars are easy to charge and maintain
    to give the reader technical information about vehicles
    60s
    5.RI.8

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