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Follow That Horse by Shannon Teper RID Revised 9/09 5 What is the meaning of the word miniature in paragraph 2 of “Follow That Horse”? A. Quiet B. Small C. Clever IC 14: Interpret vocabulary critical to the meaning of the text (Reading GLE 1.3.2)

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follow that horse

Follow That Horse

by Shannon Teper

RID Revised 9/09

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5 What is the meaning of the word miniature in paragraph 2 of

  • “Follow That Horse”?
  • A. Quiet
  • B. Small
  • C. Clever

IC 14: Interpret vocabulary critical to the meaning of the text (Reading GLE 1.3.2)

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6 According to the Big Facts About Little Horses text box, what are

two reasons miniature horses make good helpers? Include

information from the text box in your answer.

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IA 16: Demonstrate understanding of text features (titles, headings, and other information divisions, table of contents, captions) and graphic features (Reading GLE 2.2.2)

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Text-based information may include, but is not limited to:

The horses are cheap (to feed) (easier to feed) / Hay costs $4 a week / Oats cost $.25 a day

The horses don’t have fleas

Most people are not allergic to the horses

Can exercise in a fenced yard

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6 According to the Big Facts About Little Horses text box, what are

two reasons miniature horses make good helpers? Include

information from the text box in your answer.

This response provides two reasons why miniature horses make good helpers.

A. ... miniature horses are cheep to feed.

B. ...they do not have fleas.

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6 According to the Big Facts About Little Horses text box, what are

two reasons miniature horses make good helpers? Include

information from the text box in your answer.

This response provides two reasons why miniature horses make good helpers.

A. ...the food is cheap.

C. ...people aren’t allergic to minature horses.

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6 According to the Big Facts About Little Horses text box, what are

two reasons miniature horses make good helpers? Include

information from the text box in your answer.

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This response provides one reason why miniature horses make good helpers.

C. Most people are not allergece too miniature horses.

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6 According to the Big Facts About Little Horses text box, what are

two reasons miniature horses make good helpers? Include

information from the text box in your answer.

1

This response provides one reason why miniature horses make good helpers.

A. ...oats will casts 25 cents for day.

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6 According to the Big Facts About Little Horses text box, what are

two reasons miniature horses make good helpers? Include

information from the text box in your answer.

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This response does not provide a reason why miniature horses make good helpers.

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7 Which sentence is the main idea of the selection “Helping Hands”?

  • A. Capuchin monkeys use their fingers to turn pages.
  • B. Capuchin monkeys are from South American rain forests.
  • C. Capuchin monkeys assist people with disabilities with everyday tasks.

IC 11: Demonstrate understanding of major ideas and supporting details (Reading GLE 2.1.3)

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8 Based on the information in the selection “Helping Hands,” which

  • sentence explains why capuchin monkeys most likely would be able
  • to tie shoes?
  • A. Capuchin monkeys wear sneakers.
  • B. Capuchin monkeys are good helpers.
  • C. Capuchin monkeys have fingers like people.

IC 13: Make inferences or predictions based on the reading (Reading GLE 2.1.5)

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9 The author of “Follow That Horse” wrote the selection

to inform readers that animals help people. Use two details from

“Follow That Horse” to support this idea.

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The author of “Helping Hands” wrote the selection to inform readers

that animals help people. Use two details from “Helping Hands” to

support this idea.

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IA 19: Analyze author\'s purpose (including distinguishing between fact and opinion) and evaluate effectiveness for different audiences (Reading GLEs 2.4.2, 2.4.3, 2.4.4) NOTE: This can be adjusted to one/one

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Text-based details may include, but are not limited to:

Follow That Horse:

Guide blind people (Dan) / guide people / crossing the street

Cuddles is compact / 26 inches high / 80 pounds / fits under a table / size of a dog / housebroken

Go everywhere their owners (Dan) go / Ride elevators / go in restaurants / fly on an airplane / stores – shopping

Offer another choice to blind people who are allergic to or afraid of dogs

Cuddles learned 23 different commands during her training (including forward, right, left, and find the door)

Cuddles learned to “spook in place”

For safety, Cuddles was taught to decide when to disobey / Cuddles won’t cross when a car is coming

Cuddles saved Dan from being hit by a bike

Cheap to feed / Easy to feed

Don’t have fleas

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Helping Hands:

Clever animals / Super smart

A group called Helping Hands teaches monkeys to help their owners (paralyzed) with everyday tasks

Have great memories

Learn quickly to put videos in the VCR

Dial the phone

Pick up things (that have been dropped)

Have fingers a lot like humans

Turn pages in a magazine / book

Scratch an itchy nose

They are great at switching lights on and off

Get their owner a sandwich

Kimba loves doing her job

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9 The author of “Follow That Horse” wrote the selection

to inform readers that animals help people. Use two details from

“Follow That Horse” to support this idea.

The author of “Helping Hands” wrote the selection to inform readers that animals help people. Use two details from “Helping Hands” to support this idea.

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This response provides two text-based details from “Follow That Horse” that inform readers that different kinds of animals can be taught to help people.

G. ...was taught to decide when to disobey.

G. ...when a car is coming, Cuddles won’t cross.

H. ...saved Dan from danger recently when a bike raced into his path...

Also provides more than two text-based details from “Helping Hands” that inform readers that

different kinds of animals can be taught to help people.

GG. ...have fingers a lot like yours.

HH. ...makes it easy for a capuchin like patty to turn pages in a magazine.

II. ...use he fingers to scratch an itchy nose.

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9 The author of “Follow That Horse” wrote the selection

to inform readers that animals help people. Use two details from

“Follow That Horse” to support this idea.

The author of “Helping Hands” wrote the selection to inform readers that animals help people. Use two details from “Helping Hands” to support this idea.

4

This response provides two text-based details from “Follow That Horse” that inform readers

that different kinds of animals can be taught to help people.

E. ...knows how to take commands…like left, right, forwards, backwards, and find the

door.

G. ...when a car is coming Cuddles won’t cross the street.

Also provides two text-based details from “Helping Hands” that inform readers that different

kinds of animals can be taught to help people.

EE. ...knows how to dial the phone...

JJ. ...great at turning the lights on and off.

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9 The author of “Follow That Horse” wrote the selection

to inform readers that animals help people. Use two details from

“Follow That Horse” to support this idea.

The author of “Helping Hands” wrote the selection to inform readers that animals help people. Use two details from “Helping Hands” to support this idea.

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This response provides two text-based details from “Follow That Horse” that inform readers

that different kinds of animals can be taught to help people.

E. ...learned 23 different commands...

G. ...learned to decide when to disobey her owner...

Also provides one text-based detail from “Helping Hands” that inform readers that different

kinds of animals can be taught to help people.

BB. ...capuchin monkeys are taught by Helping Hands to help disabled owners.

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9 The author of “Follow That Horse” wrote the selection

to inform readers that animals help people. Use two details from

“Follow That Horse” to support this idea.

The author of “Helping Hands” wrote the selection to inform readers that animals help people. Use two details from “Helping Hands” to support this idea.

2

This response provides two text-based details from “Helping Hands” that inform readers that

different kinds of animals can be taught to help people.

HH. Help hurt people by turning pages,...

DD. ...puting movies in VCRs or DVD players.

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9 The author of “Follow That Horse” wrote the selection

to inform readers that animals help people. Use two details from

“Follow That Horse” to support this idea.

The author of “Helping Hands” wrote the selection to inform readers that animals help people. Use two details from “Helping Hands” to support this idea.

2

This response provides one text-based detail from “Follow That Horse” that inform readers

that different kinds of animals can be taught to help people.

J. ...do not have flies.

Also provides one text-based detail from “Helping Hands” that inform readers that different

kinds of animals can be taught to help people.

JJ. ...helpful to turn on or off lights.

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9 The author of “Follow That Horse” wrote the selection

to inform readers that animals help people. Use two details from

“Follow That Horse” to support this idea.

The author of “Helping Hands” wrote the selection to inform readers that animals help people. Use two details from “Helping Hands” to support this idea.

1

This response provides one text-based detail from “Follow That Horse” that informs readers

that different kinds of animals can be taught to help people.

D. ...not only dogs can help blind people…

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9 The author of “Follow That Horse” wrote the selection

to inform readers that animals help people. Use two details from

“Follow That Horse” to support this idea.

The author of “Helping Hands” wrote the selection to inform readers that animals help people. Use two details from “Helping Hands” to support this idea.

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This response does not provide a text-based detail from either passage that informs readers

that different kinds of animals can be taught to help people.

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10 Which phrase explains why the animals in the selections “Follow

  • That Horse” and “Helping Hands” are taught to do simple tasks?
  • A. People enjoy training different types of animals.
  • B. The animals will be able to assist people who need help.
  • C. Having helper animals allows people to have more free time.

IA 18: Make connections (cause and effect) within a text (Reading GLE 2.3.1)

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