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A game to review 5th grade research questions from the Georgia CRCT.

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  • 1. 50:50
    Welcome toWho Wants to be a Millionaire
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  • 2. © 2000 - All rights Reserved
    markedamon@hotmail.com
    Another
    Mark E. Damon
    Presentation
  • 3. 15
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    You’ve been assigned a report on wild animals that are found primarily in North America. Which reference book would be most useful for this project?
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    A: An Atlas
    B: An Index
    D: An Encyclopedia
    C: A Dictionary
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  • 6. 15
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    After choosing a topic, which would be the next step in the research process?
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    A: Taking Notes
    B: Selecting Sources
    C: Formulating Questions
    D: Skimming Information
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  • 8. 15
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    After you have written a research paper, what should you do next?
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    A: Take Notes
    B: Develop an Outline
    D: Complete a Bibliography
    C: Formulate Questions
  • 9. 15
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  • 10. 15
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    John read in the Encyclopedia, “Human expansion in Southern Florida continues to reduce the habitat of the panther and endangers its survival in the wild.” He rewrote, “ As people continue to move into south Florida, panthers have less space to live in and are decreasing in number.”
    Which step in the research process is John using?
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    A: Organizing
    B: Note-taking
    D: Formulating Questions
    C: Paraphrasing
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  • 12. 15
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    Where would you look to find your birthstone?
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    A: A Thesaurus
    B: An Almanac
    C: A Dictionary
    D: A Newspaper
  • 13. Congratulations!
    Congratulations!
    Congratulations!
    You’ve Reached
    the $1,000
    Milestone!
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    Which source should a student use to begin a research paper on the American flag?
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    A: Atlas
    B: Almanac
    C: Dictionary
    D: Encyclopedia
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    What question can Pedro answer using a thesaurus?
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    B: What word means the same as funny?
    A: What is the capital of Maine?
    C: What do bears do what they hibernate?
    D: Does it ever snow in Spain?
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    What heading in an encyclopedia would you look under to find out how many home runs Babe Ruth hit?
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    A: records
    B: home runs
    D: Yankee Stadium
    C: Ruth, Babe
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    Where would you look to find the exact page numbers where information on a given topic can be located?
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    B: glossary
    A: index
    C: title page
    D: bibliography
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    You are writing a paper on why the rain forest is important to the rest of the world. Which is the FIRST question you should answer in your paper?
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    A: How far away are they?
    B: What animals live there?
    D: What will happen if they disappear?
    C: How can people help save them?
  • 24. Congratulations!
    Congratulations!
    Congratulations!
    You’ve Reached
    the $32,000
    Milestone!
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    Amy is doing a report on Georgia’s history. She writes down information on index cards.
    Which step in the research process is Amy using?
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    A: skimming
    B: presenting
    D: paraphrasing
    C: taking notes
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    Which word would you find on the dictionary page with the guide words rain – rewind?
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    A: raid
    B: race
    D: rewrite
    C: repeat
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    Where would you look to find the detailed history of a word?
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    A: road atlas
    B: farmer’s almanac
    D: unabridged dictionary
    C: bibliography page
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  • 32. 15
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    Which shows the correct order of the research process?
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    B: Topic, compose text, outline, title page
    A: Resources, topic, outline, biblio.
    C: Outline, topic, sources, create biblio.
    D: Topic, outline, compose text, bibilo.
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    What will happen if these animals disappear from the earth?
    Which species are endangered?
    What are the solutions to the problem?
    What is causing the problem?
    You are writing a paper on endangered species. How would you BEST organize the text above?
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    A: 4, 1, 2, 3
    B: 2, 4, 1, 3
    C: 3, 2, 1, 4
    D: 3, 4, 1, 2
  • 35. YOU WIN $1 MILLION DOLLARS!

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