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STAAR Review

Once upon a time...

Lesson 1

She wishes he would listen to her.

She admires him.

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Based on details in the poem, which statement best describes how the speaker most likely feels about Max?

She wants to protect him.

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What is the most likely reason the poet includes seasons in the poem?

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To suggest when the speaker likes to fish in the river

To identify the best time of year to make friends at the river

To highlight when the speaker observes changes at the river

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Read lines 13 and 14 from the poem.What do these lines suggest about the speaker's experience at the river?

The river creates problems that the speaker wants to avoid.

The river gives the speaker a chance to travel to new places.

The river provides a way for the speaker to be creative.

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In line 2, "like a fat brown thread" suggests that the river-

is full of many fish

becomes darker over time

makes a wide path through the land

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Which sentence does the author use to suggest that the caterpillar has experienced an important change?

At last the veil grew so thick that you could only guess that the caterpillar might still at work inside.

Many days and nights passed, and at last what had once been the caterpillar began to stir and wake.

Up and down the caterpillar's head moved, weaving and weaving.

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Which sentence from the story shows that the caterpillar is successful at building a good house for itself?

Every time the caterpillar's head moved, it left behind something that looked like a glistening thread of silk.

Through the veil you could still faintly see the caterpillar moving.

It was fast asleep in its little cocoon house, knowing not whether the sun shone or the rain beat down.

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The author includes sensory language and vivid details in paragraph 15 to illustrate how -

strong a cocoon can be

perfectly the caterpillar has built the cocoon

beautiful the caterpillar has become

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Based on details in the story, what can the reader infer about Phineas?

He likes cooking more than he likes science.

He has cooked meals for his family before.

He is excited about making the meal for his family.

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Which conclusion about Phineas is best supported by the list at the end of the story?

He decides that pasta is his favorite meal to cook.

He realizes he made some mistakes while cooking.

He discovers cooking is easier than he thought.

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This lesson is about inferencing! Watch this short video before continuing to the assignment.