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Convert these words into short, phrases that are easier to understand. Trace Describe Explain Compare Contrast. Convert these words into short, phrases that are easier to understand. Analyze Infer Evaluate Formulate. Convert these words into short, phrases that are easier to understand.

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convert these words into short phrases that are easier to understand
Convert these words into short, phrases that are easier to understand
  • Trace
  • Describe
  • Explain
  • Compare
  • Contrast
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Convert these words into short, phrases that are easier to understand
  • Analyze
  • Infer
  • Evaluate
  • Formulate
unraavel the test
UNRAAVEL the Test
  • Underline the title.
  • Now predict the topic and main ideas.
  • Run through and label the parts of the graph and/or number the paragraphs
  • Are you reading the questions?
  • Are the important words circled or highlighted?
  • Venture through the passage.
  • Eliminate incorrect answers.
  • Let the questions be answered, and write the paragraph # where you found the answers.
breaking down the benchmark
Breaking down the benchmark
  • Types of questions
  • Written question
  • Diagrams
  • Graphs
  • Charts
break it down written questions
Break it down written questions
  • Circle keys words in the question
  • Underline key info in the text above
  • Break apart the words that you don’t know

(highlight the part that you recognize)

  • Eliminate incorrect answers.
circle key words
Circle Key words
  • Circle words you need to know in order to answer the question

Examples-

Name, relationship, indicate, based, support, between, form, prove, contained, concluded, purpose, highest, recycling, results in, prevent,

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Page 611.Grassland are biomes typically found in subtropical latitudes and on the eastern side of mountains ranges. These biomes are known to have frequent fires and drought.

Which adaptation enables plants to survive these harsh conditions?

  • Leaves that change color and fall to the ground
  • Deep tap roots and seeds that can withstand extreme heat
  • Buttress roots that support the trunk because the soil is shallow
  • Low lying trees that can withstand heavy winds
highlight key info in the text
Highlight key info in the text
  • Now that you know what’s being asked, highlight any information that could help you answer the question.
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Page 611.Grasslandare biomes typically found in subtropical latitudes and on the eastern side of mountains ranges. These biomes are known to have frequent fires and drought.

Which adaptation enables plants to survive these harsh conditions?

  • Leaves that change color and fall to the ground
  • Deep tap roots and seeds that can withstand extreme heat
  • Buttress roots that support the trunk because the soil is shallow
  • Low lying trees that can withstand heavy winds
break apart the words you know
Break apart the words you know
  • Photosynthesis - Photo (light)synthesis(makes)

Must mean ~ Makes something from light

  • Abiotic- A (opposite) bio (life)

Must mean ~Not living

  • Antifreeze- anti (against) freeze ( to turn to ice)

Must mean ~Something that prevents ice

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Page 611.Grasslandare biomes typically found in subtropical latitudes and on the eastern side of mountains ranges. These biomes are known to have frequent fires and drought.

Which adaptation enables plants to survive these harsh conditions?

  • Leaves that change color and fall to the ground
  • Deep tap roots and seeds that can withstand extreme heat
  • Buttress roots that support the trunk because the soil is shallow
  • Low lying trees that can withstand heavy winds
eliminate incorrect answers
Eliminate incorrect answers
  • If you know it is wrong mark it out
  • Narrowing down you choices increases your changes of getting it right
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Page 611.Grasslandare biomes typically found in subtropical latitudes and on the eastern side of mountains ranges. These biomes are known to have frequent fires and drought.

Which adaptation enables plants to survive these harsh conditions?

  • Leaves that change color and fall to the ground- This is talking about trees. Grasslands have grass
  • Deep tap roots and seeds that can withstand extreme heat
  • Buttress roots that support the trunk because the soil is shallow- This is talking about trees. Grasslands have grass
  • Low lying trees that can withstand heavy winds – Grasslands have grass
now you try cube
Now you try CUBE

Answer questions 15, 16, 19, 20

  • Circle keys words in the question
  • Underline key info in the text above
  • Break apart the words that you don’t know
  • Eliminate incorrect answers.
for graphs cubie
For Graphs- CUBIE
  • Circle keys words in the question
  • Underline key info in the text above
  • Break apart the words that you don’t know
  • Identify parts of the graph (variables independent & dependent, scale, title, and key)
  • Eliminate incorrect answers.
14 the graph shows the deer population in an area over a period of many years
14. The graphshows the deer population in an area over a period of many years.

After being relatively stable for many years, what may have caused the population to change between years P and Q?

  • A decrease in the availability of prey
  • A fire in the area
  • Migration of a new predator of the deer into the area
  • New restriction that shorten the hunting season
i dentify parts of the graph variables independent dependent scale title and key
Identify parts of the graph (variables independent & dependent, scale, title, and key)
  • Dependent Variable-

Population (# of deer)

  • Independent Variable

Time (years)

The difference in P and Q

An increase of almost 900 deer

14 the graph shows the deer population in an area over a period of many years1

Eliminate the incorrect answers

14. The graphshows the deer population in an area over a period of many years.

this would kill deer causing a decrease in the population

this would kill deer causing a decrease in the population

this would kill deer causing a decrease in the population

this would kill deer causing a decrease in the population

After being relatively stable for many years, what may have caused the population to change between years P and Q?

  • A decrease in the availability of prey
  • A fire in the area
  • Migration of a new predator of the deer into the area
  • New restriction that shorten the hunting season
now you try cubie for graphs
Now you try CUBIE (for graphs)

Answer questions 26, 38, 40,

  • Circle keys words in the question
  • Underline key info in the text above
  • Break apart the words that you don’t know
  • Identify parts of the graph (variables independent & dependent, scale, title, and key)
  • Eliminate incorrect answers.
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