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Which of the following is NOT an important technique to use when performing a close reading of an informational text?
a) Identify the author's purpose b) Look closely at text features c) Read only the first sentence of each paragraph d) Write notes in the margins
Informational texts are designed to help the reader find important information quickly. Which of the following is NOT an important text feature that can help the reader find information?
a) Pictures and Captions b) Bold or Italicized text c) Indented Paragraphs d) Headings and Subheadings
The primary point of a paragraph, or the most important thought about a topic, is called the . . .
a) Main idea b) Summary c) Caption d) Annotation
When reading a difficult passage, a reader will sometimes need to make inferences. Which of the following is the best definition of an inference?
a) A figure of speech containing an implied comparison b) A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning c) A brief statement or restatement of main points d) The use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities
When performing a close reading of an informational text, which of the following is NOT a technique that a reader should use?
a) Stop and summarize b) Ask questions about the text c) Briefly skim over the passage and move on to the questions d) Mark words and sentences that are not fully understood
Which informational text structure provides readers with chronological events or a list of steps in procedure?
a) Order/Sequence b) Cause/Effect c) Description d) Problem/Solution
Which informational text structure describes an event, or several events, and the consequences that follow?
a) Description b) Order/Sequence c) Problem/Solution d) Cause/Effect
Which informational text structure discusses similarities and differences between people, things, concepts, or ideas?
a) Order/Sequence b) Compare/Contrast c) Problem/Solution d) Cause/Effect
Which informational text structure provides several details about something to give the reader a mental picture?
a) Cause/Effect b) Problem/Solution c) Description d) Order/Sequence
When annotating a text, we should do which of the following?
a) Separate the text into meaningful chunks b) Look up unfamiliar words c) Underline main ideas d) All of the above
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