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  1. Jeopardy

  2. Choice1 Choice 2 Choice 3 Choice 4 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500

  3. Row 1, Col 1 What is page 22-29? Table of contents Chapter 1…………Cherokee Indians……………..3 Chapter 2…………Creek Indians………………....8 Chapter 3…………Seminole Indians…………….14 Chapter 4…………Choctaw Indians……………..22 Chapter 5…………Chickasaw Indians…………..30 Using this table of contents from the book Meet the Five Civilized Tribes, give the pages on which information about the Choctaw Tribe starts and stops.

  4. 1,2 What is a glossary? While reading a nonfiction book on tigers, you find several words that you don’t know. You might look up their meanings in this part of the book.

  5. 1,3 What is a Chavez? How did Cesar Chavez help his fellow Mexican American farm workers? The keyword you would look up to find this information is: Cesar Chavez Farm workers Mexican Americans

  6. What is alliteration? The Eel Some people make A big mistake: They try to take Me for a snake. A snake is not So smooth or slimy. My gills and fins Identify me. In this poem, the words some, snake, so, smooth, slimy are an example of this.

  7. 3,2 What are headings and subheadings? Whales Types of Whales There are two types of whales. One type is the toothed whale and the other kind is the baleen whale. Toothed whales hunt food to eat such as fish or squid or even penguins. Baleen whales strain water through their baleen to get tiny creatures called krill to eat. Where Whales Live Whales live in oceans all over the earth. Some types of whales travel to many different places. Other whales stay in a small area. Beluga whales, for example, live in arctic waters. Many whales live in pods or groups. Sharks Types of Sharks There are many different kinds of sharks found all around the world. Some are large and some are small. Most live alone, but a few form groups similar to whale pods. Where Sharks Live Some sharks live in shallow waters and some sharks live in the deepest parts of the oceans. Most sharks are solitary creatures that live by themselves. What the words with arrows are called.

  8. 2,2 What are headings or subheadings? Often in bold print, these words tell you the main idea of the section of an article or chapter you are about to read.

  9. 2,3 What is a thesaurus? To find more interesting and colorful words to improve a paragraph you have written, you could use this information source.

  10. 2,4 What is World Book Encyclopedia? If you wanted to find out details about Abraham Lincoln’s life which of these would be the best resource? World Book Encyclopedia Hammond’s World Atlas Roget’s Thesaurus 2008 World Almanac Webster’s Student Dictionary

  11. 3,1 What is between follower and fool? In a dictionary, between which guide words would you find the word “folly?” follower and fool fool and forage fodder and follow football and for

  12. 3,2 What is an atlas? To find out which state is south of Michigan, you would use this reference source.

  13. 3,3 What is an index? • Caribbean Sea • Area, depth………….707 • Islands, area…………706 • Maps………………..461, 463 • Volcanoes…………..703 • Cinema. See movies. • Cities, World • Air mileage between….129 • Air pollution………….301 • Air traffic……….…….747 • Buildings………….…..733 • Population…………….853 • Time differences…..….366 • Weather……………….148 What part of a book is this?

  14. 3,4 What is page 733? • Caribbean Sea • Area, depth………….707 • Islands, area…………706 • Maps………………..461, 463 • Volcanoes…………..703 • Cinema. See movies. • Cities, World • Air mileage between….129 • Air pollution………….301 • Air traffic……….…….747 • Buildings………….…..733 • Population…………….853 • Time differences…..….366 • Weather……………….148 By using this almanac index, tell which page would answer the question, “What is the tallest building in the world?”

  15. 4,1 What is Compton’s Encyclopedia? If you need to read an article about eagles for a class report, which reference source would you choose: Smith’s Atlas of the United States The World Almanac The Junior Thesaurus Compton’s Encyclopedia

  16. 4,2 What is 134 °F in 1913? Use this chart from an almanac. What is the highest temperature recorded in these states and what year was it recorded? Low Temperature High Temperature State °F Date °F Date Alabama -27 01/30/1066 112 09/05/1925 Alaska -80 01/23/1971 100 06/27/1915 California -45 01/20/1937 134 07/10/1913 Colorado -61 02/01/1985 118 07/11/1888

  17. 4,3 What is a dictionary? Where you could find the meaning of a word you did not know.

  18. 4,4 What is YES? Would an article on sharks be on one of these pages in an encyclopedia? shallot shawl

  19. 5,1 What is an atlas? The reference book that would tell you which river is close to Norman, Oklahoma.

  20. 5,2 What is an encyclopedia? You saw a nature film about hippopotamuses last week and thought they were very interesting. To find an article that tells all about them, you would use this reference book.

  21. 5,3 What is alliteration? Seven swans sailed along the river. This sentence is an example of:

  22. 5,4 Who are Michael Jordan and Mark Price? All-Time NBA Statistical Leaders (At the end of the 2004-2005 season.) Points Games Played Free Throws Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 38,387 Robert Parrish 1,611 Rick Barry 3,818 Karl Malone 36,928 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 1,560 Mark Price 2,362 Michael Jordan 32,292 John Stockton 1,504 Steve Nash 1,469 Wilt Chamberlin 31,419 Kevin Willis 1,419 John Doe 1,507 Use this chart that could be from an almanac. Find the third all time leader in points and the second leader in free throws.