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  • 1. Ms. Johnson's Review Welcome To
  • 2. Today's Topics NEXT
  • 3. Vocabulary NEXT
  • 4. Tears of A Tiger NEXT
  • 5. Language Development NEXT
  • 6. Literary Text NEXT
  • 7. Informational Text NEXT
  • 8. 15 20 25 5 10 Vocab Tears of A Tiger Language Dev. Literary Text Info. Text 5 5 5 5 10 10 10 10 15 15 15 15 20 20 20 25 25 25 25 20 Ms. Johnson's Review Team One Team Two Team Scores Team Three Team Four Team Five Team Six Big Points Question
  • 9. What is alliteration? Show Answer
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  • 21. Time. What's your answer. Show Answer
  • 22. the repetition of the same sound at the beginning of words in a phrase or sentence. "She shears sheep" is an example of alliteration Back to Board
  • 23. What is epic? Show Answer
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  • 35. Time. What's your answer. Show Answer
  • 36. having to do with a long poem that tells the story of a hero or heroine. He read an epic poem about a Greek goddess. Back to Board
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    • “ Her heart was beating like a drum in her chest”..is an example of what literary device?
    • Personification
    • Metaphor
    • Simile
    • Onomatopoeia
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  • 49. Time. What's your answer. Show Answer
  • 50. The correct answer is: C. Simile Back to Board
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    • “ The sky was a blanket covered with light.” This sentence is a ____
    • Metaphor
    • Simile
    • Poem
    • Idiom
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  • 64. The correct answer is: A. Metaphor Back to Board
  • 65.
    • Many animals search for food in the Smoky Mountains, including the foraging bears.
    • What is the meaning of foraging as used in this sentence?
    • An animal that destroys things  
    • A night animal 
    • An animal who lives in the forest  
    • An animal that raids to find its food
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  • 77. Time. What's your answer. Show Answer
  • 78. The correct answer is: D. An animal that raids to find its food Back to Board
  • 79. Who dies in the car accident? Show Answer
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  • 91. Time. What's your answer. Show Answer
  • 92. The correct answer is: Robert Washington Back to Board
  • 93. What genre is the novel Tears of A Tiger? Show Answer
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  • 106. The correct answer is: Fiction Back to Board
  • 107. What do we learn about drinking from BJ? Show Answer
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  • 120. BJ thinks that drinking is bad, especially for young kids. That is why he does not drink. Back to Board
  • 121. Explain the cause of Rob’s death, according to Tyrone’s memory. Show Answer
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  • 134. Tyrone recalls everyone drinking, laughing, having fun, and swerving all over the highway lanes and crashing into a wall. Then Andy tried to rescue Rob before the car blew up. Back to Board
  • 135. Describe Keisha’s reaction after she finds out that Rob is dead. Show Answer
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  • 148. She is shocked and does not know what to do or how to act. The only other person who had died in her life was her grandmother. Back to Board
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    • What are the two types of conflict found in short stories:
    • Internal and external
    • Physical and mental
    • Joyous and sad
    • Monetary and abstract
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  • 162. The correct answer is: A. Internal & External Conflict Back to Board
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    • Sharon looked behind her and noticed the man in the hat following her. When she turned the corner, there stood her brother. He was ready and able to help. She was safe.
    • Which is part of the rising action of this passage?
    • She was safe.
    • Sharon looked behind her.
    • There stood her brother.
    • He was ready and able to help.
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  • 176. The correct answer is: B. She looked behind her. Back to Board
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    • I went to the mall with my sister yesterday. It was time for her to get ready for the prom, so we had a lot to buy. First, we went to the formal dress shop where she tried on every dress there! Then, we went next door to buy her the perfect pair of shoes. Later, we had to pick up her jewelry. The only good part of the trip was when she took pity on her little brother and stopped at the ice cream parlor.
    • This passage is written in ______________ point of view?
    • Third person  
    • First person  
    • Omniscient  
    • Second person
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  • 190. The correct answer is: A. Third person Back to Board
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    • exhale: v. to breathe out exile: v. to banish or kick out expel: v. to drive out or force away 
    • Based on the given words and their meanings, you can conclude that the prefix "ex-" means __________.
    • Out  
    • Not  
    • Before  
    • After
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  • 204. The correct answer is: A. Out Back to Board
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    • If the word roots -phon , -phono , and -phone refer to sound and voice, which of the following words means harsh sounds or bad noise ?
    • Phoneme  
    • Microphone  
    • Cacophony  
    • Phonograph 
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  • 218. The correct answer is: C. Cacophony Back to Board
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    • hubris [hyoo-bris, hoo]
    • – noun
    • excessive pride or self-confidence; arrogance
    • Based on this dictionary entry, you can conclude that an antonym for hubris is ______.
    • Humility
    • Ego
    • Pride
    • Vanity
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  • 232. The correct answer is: C. humility Back to Board
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    • If there are 100 centimeters in one meter and 10 millimeters in one centimeter, you can conclude that the prefix "milli-" most likely means __________.
    • Million
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    • Choose the best transitional word or phrase to connect the following sentences. I am carrying my backpack on the bus. _______, I wish it weren't so heavy.
    • Tomorrow  
    • Because  
    • However  
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  • 260. The correct answer is: C. However Back to Board
  • 261. One of the sections in your literature book contains the following works: a play about a girl with multiple handicaps; a short story about a middle-school athlete injured in practice; several poems written by young teens with serious illnesses; an essay called "The Body-Mind Connection"; and an excerpt from a book about the importance of maintaining a good attitude. What is probably the major theme of this unit? A. Good things come to those who believe and wait patiently, even when things seem bleak. B. A positive outlook can sometimes help people survive unexpected challenges. C. Nobody knows about the troubles some people have until you read about them. D. You don’t really have any control over your life, so just deal with it. Show Answer
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  • 274. The correct answer is: B. A positive outlook can sometimes help people survive unexpected challenges. Back to Board
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    • Against the bright sky
    • stones glow where
    • strong arms placed them
    • to say "Remember.”
    • What type of poem is this?
    • Haiku
    • Limerick
    • Concrete poem
    • Epic
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  • 288. The correct answer is: A.Haiku Back to Board
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    • And the silken sad uncertain rustling of each purple curtain Thrilled me - filled me with fantastic terrors never felt before; So that now, to still the beating of my heart, I stood repeating 'Tis some visitor entreating entrance at my chamber door - Some late visitor entreating entrance at my chamber door; - This it is, and nothing more,’
    • What tone is Edgar Allan Poe trying to create in this except?
    • Anger
    • Fear
    • Loneliness
    • Happiness
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  • 303. Which of the following text features would provide you with information in chronological order? A. Chart comparing corn and rice production   B. Map of the United States   C. Timeline of events   D. Headings and subheading within the context Show Answer
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  • 316. The correct answer is: C. Timeline of events Back to Board
  • 317. Your new reading assignment from your science book is a chapter entitled "The Secret Life of Snakes." Where would be the best place to find on which page this chapter begins? A. Index   B. Table of Contents   C. Glossary   D. Endnotes Show Answer
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  • 331. The water from the flood covered the valley. Crops were destroyed, creating a decrease in income for the farmers.  What was the final effect of the flood? A. The valley was covered with water.   B. The farmers' income was decreased.    C. Crops were destroyed.   D. There was a shortage of water. Show Answer
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  • 345. List of School Supplies 6 packs of glue sticks 3 cartons of jumbo crayons 4 packs of washable paint 1 box of cheese crackers 2 packs of washable markers 1 pad of washable ink Which item in the supplies list is unrelated to the rest of the items? A.1 pad of washable ink   B.6 packs of glue sticks   C.4 packs of washable paint   D.1 box of cheese crackers Show Answer
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  • 358. The correct answer is: D. 1 box of cheese crackers Back to Board
  • 359. The "Big Points" Question Show Question
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    • Tiny Tim was the young crippled boy in A Christmas Carol . His father Bob Cratchit worked for greedy Mr. Scrooge. Oliver Twist is another story written by Charles Dickens. The main character in it is a young boy who is orphaned and lives in an orphanage. Both stories are set in London during the early 1800's, a time of extreme wealth and extreme poverty .
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    • these boys?       
    • The games they played growing up  
    • The setting on the streets of London  
    • A happy ending of both stories  
    • Their lives in poverty stricken London
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  • 376. The correct answer is: D. Their lives in poverty stricken London To End