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Workshop #4 Wrap Up Test - Stolen Childhoods

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  • Q1
    Why are there so many child laborers around the world?
    They prefer working to attending school.
    Their families own the businesses where they work.
    They are born to poor families and must work to survive.
    There are no schools close enough for them to attend.
  • Q2
    Many teen migrant workers work long hours in the fields.What is a likely effect of this heavy workload for teens?
    The teen workers leave to run their own farms.
    Most migrant workers come from other nations.
    Most migrant workers work shorter hours in winter.
    The work interferes with the teen workers' education.
  • Q3
    What do you think is the overall message of "Child Labor Around the World"?
    Child labor is bad, but there's nothing we can do.
    Child labor is an international problem that needs a solution.
    Child labor happens only in America.
    Child labor isn't a widespread problem.
  • Q4
    Why did the Kenyan government start charging money for children to go to school?
    Coffee farmers wanted more younger workers.
    Schools became very expensive because they had computers.
    Because the economy was bad, the Kenyan government needed the money.
    They thought kids would work harder.
  • Q5
    What happened when the Kenyan government made schools free again?
    Coffee planters protested.
    Many children stopped working and enrolled in schools.
    All students dropped out.
    Students couldn't afford the bus fare to school.
  • Q6
    The economy of Kenya is dependent on coffee. Define economy.
    the way money is made and shared.
    the way people enjoy their lives
    the rainfall
    the size of the country
  • Q7
    Around the world, child labor is a big problem. Define labor.
    hard work
  • Q8
    Often, international attention can help stop the abuse of child workers. Define international.
    from more than one country
  • Q9
    The car factory will no longer produce last year's popular model. Define produce as it's used in this sentence.
    suffer from
  • Q10
    One benefit of an education is preparation for a good job. Which are the most likely dictionary guide words for the word benefit?
    better and butter
    drawback and bonus
    bat and batch
    belt and bet
  • Q11
    The charity auction raised money to benefit children with cancer. Define benefit as it is used in this sentence.
    it's a noun
    a performance to help someone
    a cure for cancer
    to help get a good result
  • Q12
    I only eat ice cream from a chilled glass bowl. Define bowl as it is used in this sentence.
    a round container
    mint chocolate chip is best
    a football game between two championship teams
    a game with a heavy ball and 10 pins
  • Q13
    The forest ranger was able to track the escaped prisoners using bloodhounds. Define track as it is used in this sentence.
    follow or search
    a narrow path or road
  • Q14
    What is an informational summary?
    multiple paragraphs that restate all the details in the text
    one paragraph that gives the writers opinion
    one paragraph that uses a quote from the text
    multiple paragraphs that provide an overview of key topics and ideas of a text
  • Q15
    Which sentence uses a present tense verb?
    Ahmed Sirleaf advocates for victims in Liberia.
    Ahmed Sirleaf recorded all the information from the victims.
    He heard some terrible stories.
    Ahmed presented his summary of the conference participants.

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