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AEPA Middle Grades ELA: Reading Informational Texts Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. What sources are NOT considered reliable?

Question 2 2. Most accurately, metacognition can be defined as

Question 3 3. Which rule describes what you should do when you're ready to read a multiple-choice question?

Question 4 4. Informational text is written in a way that

Question 5 5. The primary purpose of informational writing is to ___________.

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Question 6 6. What are some of the problems that would cause you to reject a source?

Question 7 7. Which rule describes the very first thing you should do when encountering a problem involving a graph or chart?

Question 8 8. What are the two factors that help you judge the worth of an article?

Question 9 9. The goal of teaching metacognitive strategies is to

Question 10 10. What is a summary?

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Question 11 11. Which of the following statements is true about informational text?

Question 12 12. During an exam, what should you do if you're having trouble visualizing the line graph that matches your data table?

Question 13 13. Informational text is usually found in?

Question 14 14. This graph shows the number of rabbits a breeder has each month. In which month did the breeder have 40 rabbits?

Question 15 15. Informational writing does NOT involve the following:

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Question 16 16. Where's a good place to find journal articles?

Question 17 17. What should you do when you've found an article you'd like to use as a source for a paper or a speech?

Question 18 18. This graph shows the number of rabbits a breeder has at the beginning of each month of the year. How many rabbits did the breeder begin with during the year shown?

Question 19 19. Having good use of metacognitve strategies would be an advantageous trait in an employee for every reason except

Question 20 20. Which rule keeps you from getting distracted by incorrect choices in a multiple-choice question?

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Question 21 21. This graph shows the number of rabbits a breeder has each month. Which month did the breeder have the most rabbits?

Question 22 22. Why is not including an opinion in a summary the right thing to do?

Question 23 23. Which of the following best defines what a journal article is?

Question 24 24. All of the following could be considered teaching metacognitive strategies except:

Question 25 25. Ms. Klondike teaches her elementary school children how to use flashcards when learning vocabulary words. The children then use flashcards to learn state capitals, knowing they can easily transfer the skill of using flashcards from one setting to another that is so similar. Which type of Transfer of Information has occurred?

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Question 26 26. Which rule describes how you come to understand what a chart means and how to use it effectively?

Question 27 27. What name is given to a piece of research which is reviewed by experts in a field review before it is published in an academic periodical?

Question 28 28. Which rule helps you identify the biological ideas that you'll need to reference in order to solve the problem?

Question 29 29. What is the institute that hosts the website?

Question 30 30. A summary can include all of the following EXCEPT _____.

AEPA Middle Grades ELA: Reading Informational Texts Chapter Exam Instructions

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