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  • Q1
    Part A: Which statement describes the central idea of the Author’s Note (Text 1)?
    Seeds recovered during archeological digs are all that remains of the Hopi culture.
    The Hopi were accepting of the Spanish settlers.
    The Spanish settlers changed Hopi culture forever.
    The Hopi returned to their traditions after defeating the Spanish.
    45s
    RI.7.1
  • Q2
    Part B: Which sentence from Text 1 best supports the correct answer to Part A?
    “When Spanish explorers first reached the desert Southwest in 1539, they were welcomed peacefully by the pueblo Indians calling themselves Hopituh Shi-nu-mu, which means ‘the peaceable people’ or just ‘the People.’”
    “Recent archaeological digs in Southwestern caves have uncovered caches of native garden seeds-squash, melons, and corn- still able to grow after hundreds of years.”
    “Afterwards, the people restored their dances and other religious customs, but their old way of life could not be reclaimed fully.”
    “Eventually, the People outlawed even the black robes garden seeds in the effort to reject the new ways.”
    45s
    RI.7.2
  • Q3
    Part A: In paragraph 26 of “The Tomorrow Seeds” (Text 2), Moki wonders how he will “explain this treachery.” What is the meaning of the word treachery?
    betrayal of trust
    combination of two beliefs
    long-term plan
    mission from a divine force
    45s
    RI.7.4
  • Q4
    Part B: Which sentence from Text 2 best helps the reader determine the meaning of treachery?
    “’I saw the People’s corn like a shelter around the Black Robes’ melons.’”
    “Popé pointed an accusing finger.”
    “The windstorm had wrecked the corn, but were the melons destroyed, too?”
    “’It. . . it was the way of my dreams.’”
    45s
    RI.7.4
  • Q5
    Which of these phrases best describes Moki?
    Quick to act without thinking
    Outspoken in his beliefs
    Able to see positive qualities in everyone
    Uncaring and destructive
    45s
    RL.7.3
  • Q6
    Which of these details shows that Moki is nurturing and dedicated?
    Tends the garden every morning before dawn
    Hides the garden on the mesa
    Decides the garden is a safe place
    Prepares to throw a melon
    45s
    RL.7.3
  • Q7
    Which of these phrases best describes Popé?
    Uncaring and destructive
    Nurturing and dedicated
    Quick to act without thinking
    Outspoken in his beliefs
    45s
    RL.7.3
  • Q8
    Which of these details shows that Popé is able to change his mind?
    Decides the garden is a safe place
    Hides the garden on the mesa
    Prepares to throw a melon
    Tends the garden every morning before dawn
    45s
    RL.7.3
  • Q9
    Part A: Which statement best expresses a main theme of Text 2?
    While the future may be uncertain, it is best to prepare for whatever may come.
    Children do not always fully understand the actions of those around them.
    Different ways of life cannot be combined successfully.
    It takes time and patience to grow a garden.
    45s
    RL.7.2
  • Q10
    Part B: Which lines from Text 2 best illustrates this theme?
    “Every morning, before dawn, Moki climbed above-mesa to tend the seeds in secret, as the visions told him he must.”
    “In the valley something else was growing –– angry feelings between the Black Robes and the People.
    “If peace cannot be, we have this place out of reach.”
    “The storm hadn’t destroyed the forbidden ones, but surely the village elders would.”
    45s
    RL.7.2
  • Q11
    Based on the information in Text 2, how do the Black Robes change the Hopi lifestyle?
    They required the Hopi to live on the mesa top.
    They shared the visions they had received.
    They introduced new crops, like watermelon.
    They made the Hopi dress like the Spanish.
    45s
    RL.7.2
  • Q12
    In Text 2, how do paragraphs 14–19, in which Moki asks himself many questions, contribute to the development of the passage?
    These questions illustrate Moki’s struggle to determine the best vision.
    These questions help Moki determine what to do next.
    These questions show Moki the importance of his visions.
    These questions demonstrate Moki’s need for guidance from the elders.
    45s
    RL.7.5
  • Q13
    Which sentence in Text 2 provides evidence that the mesa top is a good alternative living area if the Hopi and Black Robes cannot live together peacefully?
    "...fat melon in Popé’s arms. “They have grown well together,” he said." (paragraph 28)
    "Earth shared day and night; each had its place." (paragraph 15)
    “Hidden on the mesa, charmed by the sun and watered gently by the split rock, Moki’s corn and melon garden grew through the summer.” (paragraph 10)
    "Popé would smash the melon, and with it, the tomorrow seeds and any hope of sharing the valley." (paragraph 30)
    45s
    RL.7.3
  • Q14
    Part A: In paragraph 1 of the Text 1, the author states that the Black Robes “tried to impose a new religion and language.” What is the meaning of the word impose?
    to explain the importance of
    to force someone to accept something
    to bring about peaceful change
    to work together on shared interests
    45s
    RL.7.4
  • Q15
    Part B: Which event from Text 2 best shows an example of the Black Robes imposing something on Moki’s people?
    The Black Robes tended their gardens differently than the People.
    The Black Robes provided melon seeds to the People.
    The Black Robes dressed differently from the People.
    The Black Robes outlawed the People’s seasonal dances.
    45s
    RI.7.5

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