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  • Q1
    The Vancouver Island marmot is a kind of large rodent that lives high in the mountains of Vancouver Island in Canada. Climate change and logging have caused a large decrease in their population. Scientists believe that there are less than a hundred of them left in the wild.
    cause and effect
    description
    sequence
    compare and contrast
    60s
  • Q2
    I do my chores each Saturday. First, I fold the laundry and put it away. Then I sweep and mop the kitchen floor. After that, I empty all the garbage cans and the recycling. Finally, when all of my chores are finished, I can go outside and play.
    problem and solution
    compare and contrast
    sequence
    description
    60s
  • Q3
    Did you know that not all deserts are hot? Both hot and cold deserts are very dry, but unlike hot deserts, cold deserts have long winters when they temperatures can reach below freezing. Cold deserts also get a great deal of snow, which is certainly not true for hot deserts.
    problem and solution
    compare and contrast
    cause and effect
    description
    60s
  • Q4
    Spending too much time in the sun can lead to sunburn, dehydration, and even skin cancer. One way to help prevent these problems is to make sure that you wear sunscreen whenever you are outside. It is also a good idea to avoid being outside during the hottest part of the day, between 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM.
    sequence
    compare and contrast
    description
    problem and solution
    60s
  • Q5
    The Space Needle was built in 1962 in Seattle, Washington for the World's Fair. It is 605 feet tall from the ground to the aircraft warning beacon at the very top. Visitors can ride an elevator to the observation deck at 520 feet. They can also dine in a revolving restaurant near the top of the needle.
    sequnce
    description
    compare and contrast
    problem and solution
    60s
  • Q6
    Malaria is a serious problem in many developing countries. Thousands of people get sick with Malaria every year. Because Malaria is spread by mosquitoes, one way to help solve the problem is for people to use mosquito nets over their beds. If the mosquitoes cannot get to the people, they cannot infect them!
    sequence
    description
    problem and solution
    compare and contrast
    60s
  • Q7
    To make a yummy smoothie, first put some milk into a blender. Then add a banana and some frozen berries such as strawberries and blueberries. You may also want to add some grapes. Next, turn your blender to its lowest setting and gradually increase the speed until everything is blended. Then pour it into a glass and enjoy!
    cause and effect
    description
    compare and contrast
    sequence
    60s
  • Q8
    Electricity can flow through some kinds of materials, but not through others. Materials that electricity can flow through are called conductors. Metal and water are both conductors. By contrast, materials that electricity cannot flow through are called insulators. Plastic, glass, fabric, and wood are all insulators.
    sequence
    compare and contrast
    cause and effect
    description
    60s
  • Q9
    Beagles are medium-sized members of the hound family. Beagles generally make good pets because they are intelligent, good-natured, and good with children. Beagles are also quite playful and need a great of deal of exercise.
    cause and effect
    sequence
    problem and solution
    descriptive
    60s
  • Q10
    Today more people are connected to the internet than ever before, not only at home, but also on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Many of these people now get their news from the internet rather than reading newspapers. As a consequence, many newspapers have gone out of business.
    compare and contrast
    cause and effect
    description
    sequence
    60s

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