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Skunks! Could we help these little stinkers? By David Sloan. 1 Based on the information in the selection, what would most likely happen if the baby skunks were left alone? A. The baby skunks would move from den to den. B. The baby skunks would raid garbage containers.

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Skunks could we help these little stinkers by david sloan l.jpg

Skunks! Could we help these little stinkers?By David Sloan


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  • 1 Based on the information in the selection, what would most likely happen if the baby skunks were left alone?

  • A. The baby skunks would move from den to den.

  • B. The baby skunks would raid garbage containers.

  • C. The baby skunks would be unable to care for themselves.

  • D. The baby skunks would stray into housing developments.

IC13: Make or confirm inferences or predictions based on the text (Reading GLE 2.1.5)


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  • 2 What are two differences between orphaned skunks and skunks raised by mother skunks? Include information from the selection in your answer

IA16: Compare and contrast information presented within the text(s) (Reading GLE 2.3.1 2.4.6)


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  • Text-based similarities/differences may include, but are not limited to:

    • Stay in one den/move from den to den

    • Awake during the day/nocturnal

    • Found near a housing development/live in woods

    • Starve without being fed by humans/taught to find food/mother feeds them

    • Lose fear of humans/get used to humans/fear humans/protected by mother


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  • 2 What are two differences between orphaned skunks and skunks raised by mother skunks? Include information from the selection in your answer

Orphaned skunks do not learn what to

eat. Orphaned skunks do not know to be

nocturnal. Mother raised skunks learn what to eat by their mom. Mother raised skunks learn when to sleep by their mom.

  • D. Orphaned skunks do not learn what to eat. / Mother raised skunks learn what to eat by their mom.

  • B. Orphaned skunks do not know to be nocturnal. / Mother raised skunks learn when to sleep by their mom.


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  • 2 What are two differences between orphaned skunks and skunks raised by mother skunks? Include information from the selection in your answer

Orphaned skunks might not be nocturnal

but mothered skunks are noctunal from the beggining. Some orphaned skunks might get used to humans and not survive in the wild life but mothered skunks should survive very easily.

  • B. Orphaned skunks might not be nocturnal... / ...mothered skunks are noctunalfrom the beggining.

  • E. Some orphaned skunks might get used to humans and not survive in the wild life... / ...mothered skunks should survive very easily.


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  • 2 What are two differences between orphaned skunks and skunks raised by mother skunks? Include information from the selection in your answer

Orphaned skunks are skunks with no mother. Skunks are nocturnal and only come out at night, and without their mother showing them what to do, the orphaned skunks were clueless.

  • B. Skunks are nocturnal and only come out at night... / ...without their mother

  • showing them what to do, the orphaned skunks were clueless.


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  • 2 What are two differences between orphaned skunks and skunks raised by mother skunks? Include information from the selection in your answer

The orphans stay in one place but if the

skunks were with there mother they would

move to diffent places.

  • A. The orphans stay in one place... / ...if the skunks were with there mother they would move to diffent places.


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  • 2 What are two differences between orphaned skunks and skunks raised by mother skunks? Include information from the selection in your answer

Orphaned skunks don‛t have a mother to look up to and go places with. Skunks raised with there mother have a pretty good perspective of what there suppose to do.

This response provides no text-based information to identify differences between orphaned skunks and skunks raised by mother skunks.


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  • 2 What are two differences between orphaned skunks and skunks raised by mother skunks? Include information from the selection in your answer

The orphaned skunks there mothers won‛t

come at night. And skunks the mothers don‛t come at night.

This response provides no text-based information to identify differences between orphaned skunks and skunks raised by mother skunks.


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  • 3 Which idea is included in the section titled “Orphans”?

    • A. Skunks eat ice cream and cookies.

    • B. Skunks usually come out only at night.

    • C. Skunks normally live in abandoned dens.

    • D. Skunks shoot a powerful spray for protection.

IA15: Demonstrate understanding of text features, (titles, headings, captions, maps, charts, tables, graphs and other information divisions) (Reading GLEs 2.2.2)


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  • 4 What kinds of problems are associated with helping orphaned baby

  • skunks? Include two examples from the selection in your answer.

IA17: Compare and contrast information presented within the text(s) (Reading GLEs 2.3.1, 2.4.5, 2.4.6)


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  • Text-based similarities/differences may include, but are not limited to:

    • Spray humans

    • Become dependent on humans

    • Lose their fear of humans/get used to humans/become tame

    • Raid garbage

    • Make dens under houses

    • Stray into neighborhoods/create trouble

    • Have to be removed or destroyed


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  • 4 What kinds of problems are associated with helping orphaned baby

  • skunks? Include two examples from the selection in your answer.

First of all, the baby skunks could become

used to humans which means they might

begin to raid garbages or nest in

neighborhoods. Another problem is you might get sprayed by a skunk.

  • C. ...could become used to humans....

  • D. ...raid garbages....

  • E. ...nest in neighborhoods.

  • A. ...might get sprayed....


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  • 4 What kinds of problems are associated with helping orphaned baby

  • skunks? Include two examples from the selection in your answer.

The Kinds of problems of associating with

helping orphaned baby Skunks are, you may

tame them. or you will get sprayed.

  • C. ...may tame them....

  • A. ...will get sprayed.


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  • 4 What kinds of problems are associated with helping orphaned baby

  • skunks? Include two examples from the selection in your answer.

There are many problems with helping

orphaned baby skunks, but heres two. They

are omnivorous, that means they eat meat

and veggitables, but they like to eat bugs.

Larvae are like icecream and cookies to

them. They also have a very power ful spray

hat can reach ten feet away, the spray really smells bad.

  • A. ...have a very power ful spray....


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  • 4 What kinds of problems are associated with helping orphaned baby

  • skunks? Include two examples from the selection in your answer.

The problems with helping baby skunks is

that baby skunks can spray you. The next reason why there is a problem with baby skunks is that it‛s hard to know what food to feed them.

  • A. ...can spray you.


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  • 4 What kinds of problems are associated with helping orphaned baby

  • skunks? Include two examples from the selection in your answer.

It is hard for baby skunks to survive when they come out in a daytime. Conservation officers try to help baby skunks to survive by helping them.

This response provides no text-based problem that the author associates with helping orphaned baby skunks.


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  • 4 What kinds of problems are associated with helping orphaned baby

  • skunks? Include two examples from the selection in your answer.

One example is trying to figure out what

skunks like to eat. Second getting tha food the skunks like to eat.

This response provides no text-based problem that the author associates with helping orphaned baby skunks.


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  • 5Which sentence best summarizes the selection?

  • A. Conservation officers want skunks to live near neighborhoods.

  • B. Skunks shoot a powerful spray when they are threatened.

  • C. Conservation officers help orphaned skunks to survive.

  • D. Skunks are nocturnal animals and they eat grubs.

IC12: Summarize with evidence from the text (Reading GLE 2.1.7)


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