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The Bits-and-Pieces Platypus by Phillis Gershator. 1 Which idea does the author of the selection discuss first? A. The food of a platypus B. The looks of a platypus C. The burrow of a platypus. IC15: Order steps, sequence, and/or process from the text (Reading GLE 2.2.1).

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    1. The Bits-and-Pieces Platypusby Phillis Gershator

    2. 1 Which idea does the author of the selection discuss first? • A. The food of a platypus • B. The looks of a platypus • C. The burrow of a platypus IC15: Order steps, sequence, and/or process from the text (Reading GLE 2.2.1)

    3. 2 The selection tells why the platypus is called “the bits and pieces animal.” Use two details from the selection to show how the platypus is made up of different parts. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ IC11: Demonstrate understanding of major ideas/main ideas and supporting details (Reading GLE 2.1.3)

    4. Text-based details may include, but are not limited to the following: • A. It lays eggs like a snake. • B. The mother feeds milk to the young like a cat or human/mammal. • C. It has a bill/beak/nose/mouth like a duck. • D. It has a long fl at tail like a beaver. • E. It can walk/crawl like a lizard. • F. It can swim like a seal. • G. It is born without hair/bald like a mouse.

    5. 2 • 2 The selection tells why the platypus is called “the bits and pieces • animal.” Use two details from the selection to show how the • platypus is made up of different parts. Because the platypus is like diffrent animals. The platypus is like a snake because it lays eggs. It‛s a bit like a cat or a human, because the mother feeds her babies milk. It‛s a bit like a duck, with a broad, fl at bill. And a bit like a bever, with a long fl at tail. • This response provides at least two text-based details to explain how the story shows that the platypus is made up of different parts. • A. …like a snake because it lays eggs. • B. …like a cat or a human, because the mother feeds her babies milk. • C. …like a duck, with a broad, fl at bill. • D. …like a bever, with a long fl at tail.

    6. 2 • 2 The selection tells why the platypus is called “the bits and pieces • animal.” Use two details from the selection to show how the • platypus is made up of different parts. It feEds with milk its has a duck beak it swims like a sael it walks like a lizand • This response provides at least two text-based details to explain how the story shows that the platypus is made up of different parts. • C. …has a duck beak… • F. …swims like a sael… • E. …walks like a lizand.

    7. 1 • 2 The selection tells why the platypus is called “the bits and pieces • animal.” Use two details from the selection to show how the • platypus is made up of different parts. It is made up of parts and things that other animals have in the world, And it lays eggs like snakes a hens do. • This response provides one text-based detail to explain how the story shows that the platypus is made up of different parts. • A. …it lays eggs like snakes…

    8. 1 • 2 The selection tells why the platypus is called “the bits and pieces • animal.” Use two details from the selection to show how the • platypus is made up of different parts. It has a duck nose. And it has a tail like a dogs. • This response provides one text-based detail to explain how the story shows that the platypus is made up of different parts. • C. …has a duck nose.

    9. 0 • 2 The selection tells why the platypus is called “the bits and pieces • animal.” Use two details from the selection to show how the • platypus is made up of different parts. there are tiny slits for its ears. it has a flated furry tail. This response does not provide the required text-based details to explain how the story shows that the platypus is made up of different parts.

    10. 0 • 2 The selection tells why the platypus is called “the bits and pieces • animal.” Use two details from the selection to show how the • platypus is made up of different parts. The platypus looks like a snake. It lives underwater too. This response does not provide the required text-based details to explain how the story shows that the platypus is made up of different parts.

    11. 3 According to the Duck-billed Platypus diagram, which statement is true? • A. The platypus has a rubbery bill. • B. The platypus has hairy feet. • C. The platypus has five toes. IA16: Demonstrate understanding of text features (titles, headings, and other information divisions, table of contents, captions) and graphic features (Reading GLE 2.2.2)

    12. 4 Which sentence explains why a platypus digs an opening to its • burrow underwater? • A. It wants to hide from animals on land. • B. It wants to have fresh drinking water. • C. It wants to be able to swim easily. IA18: Make connections (cause and effect) within a text (Reading GLE 2.3.1)

    13. 5 Which sentence best summarizes this selection? • A. The platypus has parts of many animals. • B. The platypus has burrows in Australia. • C. The platypus has a large rubbery tail. IC12: Summarize with evidence from the text (Reading GLE 2.1.7)