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Bellringers. April 28 th – May 2 nd. DIRECTIONS:. Read the passage Read the current day’s questions Choose the correct answer by writing the letter and the answer on your paper Turn in your bellringers on Thursday. 4/28 -4/29 Passage.

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Bellringers

Bellringers

April 28th – May 2nd


Directions

DIRECTIONS:

  • Read the passage

  • Read the current day’s questions

  • Choose the correct answer by writing the letter and the answer on your paper

  • Turn in your bellringers on Thursday


4 28 4 29 passage

4/28 -4/29 Passage

Your body does a lot of things amazingly well. But as incredible as your body is, it can still be attacked by germs. Germs can invade your body, and until your body gets rid of them, you feel sick. There are many different kinds of germs, and all of them are too small for you to see without a microscope. One kind of germ is bacteria (bak-TEER-ee-uh). Bacteria are one-celled forms of life. They can grow outside the body, but they can also grow inside the body. Ear infections and strep throat are caused by bacteria. Food poisoning is also cause by bacteria. Some bacteria are actually good for your body. They help you digest what you eat and drink. But many kinds of bacteria can make you very sick.


4 28 14 questions

4/28/14 Questions

1. What is this text mostly about?

  • bacteria

  • how your body grows

  • microscopes

  • cells

    2. How does this text feature help a reader: (bak-TEER-ee-uh)?

  • It tells readers a word’s part of speech

  • It tells readers how to spell a word

  • It tells readers how to pronounce a word

  • It tells readers how to write a word


4 29 14 questions

4/29/14 Questions

3. What does the prefix micro- tell you about a microscope?

  • It lets you see very large things

  • It lets you see very small things

  • It is used for science

  • It is used for body parts

    4. Which sentence is a passive sentence?

  • But many kinds of bacteria can make you very sick.

  • Food poisoning is also caused by bacteria.

  • Your body does a lot of things amazingly well.

  • Bacteria are one-celled forms of life.

    5. Which word describes one-celled forms of life?

  • microscopes

  • bodies

  • bacteria

  • ear infections


4 30 5 1 passage

4/30 -5/1 Passage

There are few types of germs that can invade your body and make you sick. Some of those germs are viruses. Viruses are a little different from bacteria. While bacteria are one-celled forms of life, viruses are not. In fact, many scientists don’t consider viruses to be alive until they are in a cell. That is because viruses need to be inside a cell to grow. When a virus gets inside a cell, it uses that cell as a host and lives on the nutrients in that cell. Then, it reproduces itself and makes more viruses. Those viruses invade more cells and use them as hosts. Viruses are smaller than bacteria, but they can still make you very sick. Most colds are caused by viruses. Viruses cause the flu, chicken pox, and measles, too.


4 30 14 questions

4/30/14 Questions

1. Which index entry would include this text?

  • doctors

  • kinds of germs

  • nutrition

  • hosting a party

    2. Which word in a text is important to know and could be shown in bold or italicized print?

  • sick

  • bacteria

  • chicken pox

  • viruses


5 1 14 questions turn in bellringers today

5/1/14 Questions – Turn in Bellringers today

3. Which word is a synonym for reproduce?

  • remove

  • copy

  • erase

  • move

    4. What is the phrase inside a cell an example of?

  • Conjunction (connects two independent clauses)

  • Predicate (verb phrase of a sentence)

  • Subject (a person or thing that is being discussed)

  • Prepositional phrase (shows a relationship between an object and another word in the sentence)

    5. Which word has the same meaning as invade?

  • attack

  • grow

  • feed

  • study


Bellringer checks

Bellringer Checks

  • Make sure your NAME is on the bellringer

  • Make sure your TEAM NAME is on the bellringer

  • Make sure each bellringer is LABELED

  • Turn in your bellringer


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