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Tell about what you like to do for fun.          Where do you go?                                  Back to Board
Tell about what you like to do afterschool. Where do you go? What do you              usually do?                         ...
You are at the mall. You see a reallygood friend who moved away andwhom you haven’t seen for 3 years.What do you ask him? ...
Tell about a famous person you wouldlike to meet. What do you like about this  person? What would you do with this        ...
What would you have doneif you had won the lotterylast week?                        Back to Board
Look at the sentence below. Notice the words that are  underlined. Think what they mean. Below the  sentence are two possi...
FOLLOW DIRECTIONSRead the two sentences below. Part of each sentence  gives a reason. Find that part and read it out loud....
FOLLOW DIRECTIONSRead the little story. Then read the two sentences below the story. Read out loud thesentence that tells ...
Read the little story. Then read the two sentences below the  story. Read out loud the sentence that tells what happened  ...
From this little story you should get an idea of howDick felt. Find the word below the story that tells.Dick saw something...
Some camels start to run just as soon as the rider dismounts.  Such behavior could leave a person stranded in the desert, ...
MAIN IDEAYears ago, guests at weddings were often given white gloves as  presents. The white gloves were given not only to...
MAIN IDEAThe cat is one of nature’s most amazing animals. It has 288 light  bones of incredible strength. It also has 517 ...
IDENTIFY THE MAIN IDEA  One species of fish has a strange appetite. These fish, known as  glanis, catch and eat large bird...
IDENTIFY THE MAIN IDEABirds rarely sing while on the ground. They give calls and   chirps while flying or perched on a bus...
British women like to own different kinds ofhats. Back in the year 1500, women liked to_(1)_ many pairs of gloves. Queen E...
For years people thought the giraffe could not make a sound. One day a zoo keeper overheard a soft mooing. The giraffe, he...
CONTEXT CLUESThe slimy snail is an amazing little fellow. The leathery skin of its foot is so __(1)__ that it can climb ov...
CONTEXT CLUES The bottle tree grows in Australia. The trunk of the tree is shaped like a bottle. The branches look like fl...
CONTEXT CLUESWhy is February the shortest month of the year? Some say Augustus Caesar, ruler of Rome, __(1)__ a day from F...
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  7. 7. SequenceOf Events 5 10 15 20 25All About 5 10 15 20 25 Me FollowDirections 5 10 15 20 25 Main 5 10 15 20 25 IdeaContext 5 10 15 20 25 Clues 0 Team One 0 Team Three 0 Team Five 0 Team Two 0 Team Four 0 Team Six
  8. 8. What is happening in this picture? What will happen next. Give details. Back to Board
  9. 9. What is happening in this picture? What will happen next. Back to Board
  10. 10. What is happening in this picture? What will happen next. Back to Board
  11. 11. What is happening in this scene? What will happen next? Back to Board
  12. 12. What is happening in this scene? What will happen next? Back to Board
  13. 13. Tell about what you like to do for fun. Where do you go? Back to Board
  14. 14. Tell about what you like to do afterschool. Where do you go? What do you usually do? Back to Board
  15. 15. You are at the mall. You see a reallygood friend who moved away andwhom you haven’t seen for 3 years.What do you ask him? Back to Board
  16. 16. Tell about a famous person you wouldlike to meet. What do you like about this person? What would you do with this person? Back to Board
  17. 17. What would you have doneif you had won the lotterylast week? Back to Board
  18. 18. Look at the sentence below. Notice the words that are underlined. Think what they mean. Below the sentence are two possible meanings. Choose the right one.Mary was feeling blue about the loss of her dog.a. turning color b. sad and upsetQUESTION: You are asked to find the meaning of: a. a colored picture b. the underlined words c. the sentence Back to Board
  19. 19. FOLLOW DIRECTIONSRead the two sentences below. Part of each sentence gives a reason. Find that part and read it out loud.Mother went to bed early because she was tired.Tom worked had in order to get good marks.QUESTION: You are asked to find: a. the time b. a reason c. the place Back to Board
  20. 20. FOLLOW DIRECTIONSRead the little story. Then read the two sentences below the story. Read out loud thesentence that tells what happened next.Dick ran into the store. He was not looking where he was going. Jack wasrunning, too. He wasn’t looking either.*The man gave Dick the milk and bread.* The boys ran into one another.QUESTION: You are asked to find out: a. where Dick went b. what happened next c. why the boy ran Back to Board
  21. 21. Read the little story. Then read the two sentences below the story. Read out loud the sentence that tells what happened next.Dick ran into the store. He was not looking where he was going. Jack was running, too. He wasn’t looking either.*The man gave Dick the milk and bread.* The boys ran into one another.QUESTION: For the little story you are asked to: a. make up an ending b. choose an ending c. have no ending Back to Board
  22. 22. From this little story you should get an idea of howDick felt. Find the word below the story that tells.Dick saw something in the dark. His heartskipped a beat. “Oh,” he thought, “if I could onlyget out of here.”Dick was … happy, sad, afraidQUESTION: You are asked to find out: a. what happened b. how Dick felt c. where Dick was Back to Board
  23. 23. Some camels start to run just as soon as the rider dismounts. Such behavior could leave a person stranded in the desert, far from water. Sometimes camels just won’t do what their riders want them to do. Sometimes the animals want to go where they please. The worst habit a camel can have is to throw its rider by kneeling quickly.The story mainly tells: a. Why camels don’t like their riders b. Why camels run away c. How people travel in the desert d. What bad habits some camels have Back to Board
  24. 24. MAIN IDEAYears ago, guests at weddings were often given white gloves as presents. The white gloves were given not only to those who attended the wedding, but also to all friends of the bride and groom. To cut down on the cost, some families gave paper gloves. The gloves served to remind the guests of the happy wedding they had attended.The story mainly tells: a. Why people wear paper gloves b. What gifts people often gave at weddings c. How customs change d. What weddings are like Back to Board
  25. 25. MAIN IDEAThe cat is one of nature’s most amazing animals. It has 288 light bones of incredible strength. It also has 517 spring-like muscles. As a result, the cat almost seems to float into the air when it jumps. Furthermore, it can pick up the directions of a sound ten times faster than a dog can. Its vision is six times better than that of a person.The main idea of the paragraph is: a. Why cats are unusual b. How many bones cats have c. How much cats weigh d. How well cats can hear Back to Board
  26. 26. IDENTIFY THE MAIN IDEA One species of fish has a strange appetite. These fish, known as glanis, catch and eat large birds swimming on the surface of the water. Gulls, geese, and ducks are sometimes found in their stomachs. It seems difficult to believe, doesn’t it? Most often we think of birds eating fish. Turnabout is fair play, says the glanis.The story is mainly about: a. What most fish eat b. Why birds eat fish c. How big the glanis are d. What the glanis eat Back to Board
  27. 27. IDENTIFY THE MAIN IDEABirds rarely sing while on the ground. They give calls and chirps while flying or perched on a bush, fence post, or branch of a tree. If birds sang while on the ground, they would be telling cats and other enemies their location. What bird would want to be on the ground when an enemy comes near?This paragraph is mainly about: a. Why birds chirp b. What lives on the ground c. When and where birds usually give their calls d. Why birds like trees Back to Board
  28. 28. British women like to own different kinds ofhats. Back in the year 1500, women liked to_(1)_ many pairs of gloves. Queen Elizabethowned about 1,000 ___ (2)___Choose the right word: (1) own, fancy, swim, smile (2) cats, pairs, servants, ships Back to Board
  29. 29. For years people thought the giraffe could not make a sound. One day a zoo keeper overheard a soft mooing. The giraffe, he said, makes a ___(1)__ like a ___(2)__.Choose the right word: (1) good pet, funny face, sudden wink, sound (2) pig, cow, mouse, bird Back to Board
  30. 30. CONTEXT CLUESThe slimy snail is an amazing little fellow. The leathery skin of its foot is so __(1)__ that it can climb over the __(2)__ of a razor blade without injury. (1)beautiful, tough, red, soft (2) edge, side, handle, corner Back to Board
  31. 31. CONTEXT CLUES The bottle tree grows in Australia. The trunk of the tree is shaped like a bottle. The branches look like flowers sticking out of a __(1)__. People always __(2)__ to look at this unusual tree. (1)glass, pot, bottle, vase (2)avoid, try, forget, stop Back to Board
  32. 32. CONTEXT CLUESWhy is February the shortest month of the year? Some say Augustus Caesar, ruler of Rome, __(1)__ a day from February and added it to August. Augustus didn’t want July, named after Julius Caesar, to be __(2)__ than August. (1) burst, punished, tested, stole (2) shorter, faster, longer, weaker Back to Board
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  34. 34. 25 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9What have you learned playing this game? Back to Board
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