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Poetry - Eating While Reading by Gary Soto

Quiz by Madison Wilfong

Grade 6
English
Georgia Standards of Excellence

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Grade 6
English
Georgia Standards of Excellence

ELAGSE6W1a
ELAGSE6RL2
ELAGSE6RL10
ELAGSE6RL9
ELAGSE6RI6

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13 questions
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  • Q1
    Repetition plays a role in this poem. Which word is repeated most often?
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    hurry
    pulls
    Or
    snow
    30s
  • Q2
    Which word/phrase relates to touch imagery?
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    yells
    red
    face
    sticky
    30s
    ELAGSE6W1a
  • Q3
    Which word/phrase relates to sight imagery?
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    better
    red
    swig
    run
    30s
    ELAGSE6W1a
  • Q4
    Which word/phrase relates to taste imagery?
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    sweet dance
    twist of
    crack of
    pulls you
    30s
    ELAGSE6W1a
  • Q5
    Which word/phrase relates to sound imagery?
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    crack of
    slow slither
    sticky face
    hurry along
    30s
  • Q6
    What is the theme the author develops in this poem?
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    Always share snacks with your family.
    Foods are good for you.
    You have to be eating to have a good time.
    Reading can be an enjoyable pastime.
    30s
    ELAGSE6RL2
  • Q7
    Which line(s) best supports the development of the poem's theme?
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    With a red, sticky face
    And this book/That pulls you in
    Running down your arms?
    Or the swig of soda
    30s
    ELAGSE6RL2
  • Q8
    Which line(s) supports the author's development of theme?
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    This sweet dance/On the tongue
    churn of candy
    Or the crack of sunflower seeds
    What is better/than this book
    30s
    ELAGSE6RL2
  • Q9
    How many stanzas does this poem have?
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    1
    0
    2
    3
    30s
    ELAGSE6RL10
  • Q10
    What genre/form is this poem?
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    Sonnet
    Lyrical
    Free verse
    Dramatic
    30s
    ELAGSE6RL9
  • Q11
    What is the point of view of this poem?
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    2nd person
    1st person
    3rd person
    30s
    ELAGSE6RI6
  • Q12
    Which sentence best supports the poem's point of view?
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    And this book/That pulls you in?
    This sweet dance
    Or the slow slither
    What is better
    30s
  • Q13
    Which line supports the poem's point of view?
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    Of snow cone syrup/running down your arms?
    twist of beef jerky
    With a red, sticky face
    "Over here!"
    30s
    ELAGSE6RI6

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