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  1. Emme Loves Beesby Jane Resides

  2. 7According to the selection “Emme Loves Bees,” why do beekeepers wear light-colored clothing? • A. Bees are less likely to sting light colors. • B. Bees can see light colors better than dark colors. • C. Bees will associate their predators with light colors. • D. Bees are more visible to beekeepers when landing on light colors. IA17: Make connections (cause and effect) within a text (Reading GLE 2.3.1)

  3. 8Which sentence summarizes how Emme and her father start a new hive in the selection “Emme Loves Bees”? • A. They buy queens marked with paint dots and keep track of the • queens’ ages by selecting a different color from their supplier every • year. • B. They remove the old queen from an existing hive and place her in a • new hive with new attendants and other worker bees from southern • states. • C. They travel to Georgia or Alabama to select a new queen, remove • some bees from an existing hive and combine the old and new bees • in a new hive. • D. They purchase bees from southern states, keep the queen and her • attendants separate from the others and introduce the queen to the • other new bees in a new hive. IC12: Summarize with evidence from the text (Reading GLE 2.1.7)

  4. 9According to the text box in the selection “Emme Loves Bees,” which • statement is true? • A. Drones are raised with the queen bee and are loyal to her. • B. Worker bees are shipped separately from the queen bee. • C. Drones force worker bees out of the hive each fall. • D. Worker bees feed the queen and guard the hive. IA15: Demonstrate understanding of text features, (titles, headings, captions, maps, charts, tables, graphs and other information divisions) (Reading GLEs 2.2.2)

  5. 10The author’s purpose for writing the selection “Emme Loves Bees” may have been to show that beekeeping can be rewarding. Provide two detailsfrom the selection “Emme Loves Bees” to support this purpose. IT18: 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)

  6. Text-based details may include, but are not limited to: She has learned to love the buzz She and her father decided to become beekeepers / now we help each other with our hives / it’s fun working together They harvest the honey in July The beeswax is used to make candles / other products Emme and her father take honey and beeswax to the county fair in the fall Have won ribbons for both / won blue ribbons for her baked goods / other honey products / has won several awards for the quality of her honey Each year, Emme gives a presentation about honey bees / beekeeping to about one hundred third-graders / she always encourages them to try her hobby Beekeeping is entertaining / beekeeping is fascinating / hobby that other families could also enjoy

  7. 2 • 10The author’s purpose for writing the selection “Emme Loves Bees” may have been to show that beekeeping can be rewarding. Provide two detailsfrom the selection “Emme Loves Bees” to support this purpose. Beekeeping can be rewarding in many ways. Emme gets happiness from beekeeping and wants to inform the reader it can be fun. One of the purposed to beekeep is to get honey and beeswax. “Beeswax is melted and used to make candles and other products.” Emme earns rewards for her honey she gets from beekeeping, “Emme has also won blue ribbons from the Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association…” But I think Emme mostly beekeeps because she loves it. • D. “Beeswax is melted and used to make candles…” • D. “Beeswax is…used to make…other products.” • F. “Emme has also won blue ribbons from the Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association…”

  8. 2 • 10The author’s purpose for writing the selection “Emme Loves Bees” may have been to show that beekeeping can be rewarding. Provide two detailsfrom the selection “Emme Loves Bees” to support this purpose. Two details on how beekeeping can be rewarded are you can win prizes and rewards from fairs. In paragraph 20 Emme believes it‛s entertaining. A third detail is you can make foods with honey and even make candles. • F. …you can win prizes and awards from fairs. • H. …Emme believes it’s entertaining. • D. …even make candles.

  9. 1 • 10The author’s purpose for writing the selection “Emme Loves Bees” may have been to show that beekeeping can be rewarding. Provide two detailsfrom the selection “Emme Loves Bees” to support this purpose. Beekeeping can be rewarding cause you can get award by beekeepers associations, you can make money by selling the honey and you are doing something you enjoy doing • F. …you can get award by beekeepers associations…

  10. 1 • 10 The author’s purpose for writing the selection “Emme Loves Bees” may have been to show that beekeeping can be rewarding. Provide two detailsfrom the selection “Emme Loves Bees” to support this purpose. Beekeeping can be rewarding because Emme enjoys it. She bond with her family because of her hobby. Also you can learn a lot from it and became responsible because you are taking care of the hive. • B. She bond with her family…

  11. 0 • 10The author’s purpose for writing the selection “Emme Loves Bees” may have been to show that beekeeping can be rewarding. Provide two detailsfrom the selection “Emme Loves Bees” to support this purpose. his purpose could be that its a fun hobby and also is a fun way to earn money. • This response provides no text-based details that support the author’s purpose

  12. 0 • 10The author’s purpose for writing the selection “Emme Loves Bees” may have been to show that beekeeping can be rewarding. Provide two detailsfrom the selection “Emme Loves Bees” to support this purpose. beekeeping can be rewarding for the honey and beeswax. This response provides no text-based details that support the author’s purpose.

  13. Kelsey’s Cash Cowby Frances Robinson

  14. 11According to the captions in “Kelsey’s Cash Cow,” which statement is true? • A. Iris is a 6-year-old Jersey cow. • B. Iris enjoys being brushed by Kelsey. • C. Kelsey makes brie cheese with Iris’ milk. • D. Kelsey tastes the new products she makes. IA15: Demonstrate understanding of text features, (titles, headings, captions, maps, charts, tables, graphs and other information divisions) (Reading GLEs 2.2.2)

  15. 12 According to the selection “Kelsey’s Cash Cow,” which sentence best • explains why Kelsey feeds Iris a natural grass diet? • A. Jersey cows prefer a grass-based diet. • B. Grass-fed cows produce more milk than grain-fed cows. • C. Milk from grass-fed cows contains more vitamins than milk from grain fed cows. • D. Brie cheese can only be made with milk from cows that have been • fed a grass-based diet. IA17: Make connections (cause and effect) within a text (Reading GLE 2.3.1)

  16. 13What is the meaning of the word shareholders in paragraph 8 of the • selection “Kelsey’s Cash Cow”? • A. People who pay Kelsey for partial ownership of Iris • B. People who take care of Iris when Kelsey is away • C. People who transport milk products for Kelsey • D. People who govern Kelsey’s sales of raw milk IC14: Understand and apply content vocabulary critical to the meaning of the text (Reading GLE 1.3.2)

  17. 14After reading both selections, which generalization can the reader make about people who have hobbies? • A. People pursue hobbies to gain recognition. • B. People enjoy hobbies that require little time. • C. People value certain hobbies more as children. • D. People gain specialized knowledge from hobbies. IT20: Extend information beyond text, (make generalizations beyond the text to a broader idea or concept, or apply information to other texts or situations, and support the generalization with details from the text) (Reading GLEs 2.4.1, 2.4.5)

  18. 15Based on both selections, what inference can the reader make about • Emme and Kelsey? • A. Emme and Kelsey have learned much from their hobbies. • B. Emme and Kelsey hope their hobbies will create income. • C. Emme and Kelsey hope to raise other types of animals. • D. Emme and Kelsey have good public-speaking skills. IC13: Make or confirm inferences or predictions based on the text (Reading GLE 2.1.5)

  19. 16 Both selections show that working with animals requires planning. • Provide one detail from each selection that supports this idea IC11: Demonstrate understanding of major ideas/main ideas and supporting details (Reading GLE 2.1.3)

  20. Text-based details may include, but are not limited to: Emme Loves Bees When Emme was nine, she and her father decided to become beekeepers Now we help each other with our hives Chose the gentlest colony Wear gloves / long white suit / veil Wearing light-colored clothing / bees more likely to sting dark colors Burns dry pine needles in a smoker / smoke calms the bees When we want to start a new hive, we buy three pounds of bees and a new queen / bees are mailed from southern states Queen has a spot of color painted on her back Queen’s cage has an exit plugged by sugar candy / queen and workers have gotten to know one another They buy a new queen every year They harvest the honey in July

  21. Kelsey’s Cash Cow Kelsey was 8 years old when she got a subscription to Fine Cooking magazine / started talking about buying a cow / so she could make her own cheese Kelsey researched raising cows / visited dairy farms in her area / Jersey well-known for high-quality milk and butterfat Kelsey had her own ideas for Iris’ care / wanted her cow to be grass-fed / more vitamins in each glass Strict regulations governing sale of raw milk / Kelsey’s customers purchase a share of Iris for $15 / pay a fee to Kelsey ($3.50 per half gallon of milk) One of Iris’ shareholders drives more than 100 miles to get the milk They take a lot of your time / Kelsey milks Iris by hand twice a day / 305 days a year / not milked for 60 days a year in preparation for a calf Slotted the independent study project as her first class of the school day / allowing her to sleep a little later each morning and still milk Iris before going to school Project helped her improve her time management skills If you do go on vacation, you have to get someone to do the milking for you / not as easy as getting a neighbor to watch your dog or cat If the calf is a female, Fort Bantam Creamery will double in size / she has been experimenting with some new product recipes

  22. 2 • 16 Both selections show that working with animals requires planning. • Provide one detail from each selection that supports this idea Working with animals does require planning. In the first selection it says, “I chose the gentlest colony.” This shows how she was planning on getting the more calm bees. Also in the selection it says, “I tell them I wear gloves, a long white suit, and gloves.” In the second selection it says, “she settled on Jersey because it‛s one of the oldest dairy breeds and is well-known for high quality milk and butterfat production;” This shows Kelsey planning ahead for her producers. • C. “I chose the gentlest colony.” • D. “I tell them I wear gloves, a long white suit, and gloves.” • BB. “she settled on Jersey because it’s one of the oldest dairy breeds and is well-known for high quality milk and butterfat production.”

  23. 2 • 16 Both selections show that working with animals requires planning. • Provide one detail from each selection that supports this idea Working with animals requires a lot of planning. Kelsey has to balance her school work and manage to milk Iris twice a day. Emme and her dad have to do multiple planning as well. They have to get their queen bee shipped to them each year from southern states to keep the bee hives going. • G. “They have to get their queen bee shipped to them each year from southern states…” • FF. “…manage to milk Iris twice a day.”

  24. 1 • 16 Both selections show that working with animals requires planning. • Provide one detail from each selection that supports this idea One detail that shows this from “Emme Loves Bees” is in paragraph 5, where she explains the things she has to wear to prevent getting stung. She has to carefully plan for handling the bees in that way. One detail from “Kelsey‛s Cash Cow” was in paragraph 3. Kelsey had to do some research on how to raise cows before she found Iris This shows careful planning and preparation for working with animals. • BB. “Kelsey had to do some research on how to raise cows before she found Iris.”

  25. 1 • 16 Both selections show that working with animals requires planning. • Provide one detail from each selection that supports this idea Working with animals requires a great deal of planning. As beekeepers; people must set when they are going to harvest their honey and if they are going to start a neu colony of bees. As a cow owner, people must schedule when they are going to milk the cow and if owners leave on a trip, they must hire someone to milk their cow. • II. “…if owners leave on a trip, they must hire someone to milk their cow.”

  26. 0 • 16 Both selections show that working with animals requires planning. • Provide one detail from each selection that supports this idea Working with animals requires planning. For Emme, she had to know when she needed to get a new Queen Bee. This requires planning. For Kelsey, she had to plan when she would milk her cow. This response provides no text-based details from Emme Loves Bees that shows that working with animals requires planning and no text-based details from Kelsey’s Cash Cow that shows that working with animals requires planning.

  27. 17 Which sentence best describes the authors’ feelings about Emme and • Kelsey in both selections? • A. The authors are surprised by the sacrifices the girls make to pursue • their interests. • B. The authors question the girls’ decision to begin their hobbies at • such young ages. • C. The authors are impressed by how the girls teach their hobbies to • others. • D. The authors admire the girls’ commitment to their interests. IT18: 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)

  28. 18 How are Emme and Kelsey in the selections similar? • A. Emme and Kelsey both produce goods with their hobbies. • B. Emme and Kelsey both earn school credit for their hobbies. • C. Emme and Kelsey both began their hobbies by helping family • members. • D. Emme and Kelsey both want their hobbies to become their full-time • careers. IA16: Compare and contrast information presented within the text(s) (Reading GLE 2.3.1 2.4.6)