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Grade 4. The Story of Milton Hershey by Phil Shapiro. 1 Which sentence best states the main idea of the selection? A. Milton Hershey depended on dairy farms to make candy. B. Milton Hershey moved often to find work. C. Milton Hershey refused to give up.

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    1. Grade 4 The Story of Milton Hershey by Phil Shapiro

    2. 1 Which sentence best states the main idea of the selection? • A. Milton Hershey depended on dairy farms to make candy. • B. Milton Hershey moved often to find work. • C. Milton Hershey refused to give up. Comprehension 1: Demonstrate understanding of theme/message/main or major idea and supporting details (Reading GLE 2.1.3)

    3. 2 Why did Milton Hershey travel to Denver, Colorado? • A. To learn how to make caramels • B. To sell candy on the street • C. To open a caramel factory Analysis 8: Make connections (cause and effect) within a text (Reading GLE 2.3.1)

    4. 3 Which word could the author have used in paragraph 2 instead of profession? • A. Experiment • B. Hobby • C. Job Comprehension 4: Understand and apply content vocabulary critical to the meaning of the text (Reading GLE 1.3.2, 1.2.2)

    5. 4 Based on the selection, Milton Hershey could be described as hardworking. Use two details from the selection that support this description. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Analysis 6: Literary Specific: Demonstrate understanding of authors’ use of literary elements (character, setting, plot, genre, etc.) and literary devices (simile, metaphor, alliteration, personification, etc.) (Reading GLE 2.2.2, 2.2.3, 2.3.3)

    6. Text-based details may include, but are not limited to: Milton Hershey had many failures in business before he started his famous company Milton trained to become a printer / worked for a small newspaper at first He got a job at a candy factory He decided to open his own little candy business / his first business had to close down He traveled to Denver / learned how to make caramels He took his new skills back to New York / he worked selling candies on the street / his second business also failed He experimented with all sorts of different candies and chocolates By 1893 he was selling a million dollars worth of caramel candy per year He decided to make chocolate himself / learned to make milk chocolate He sold his caramel factory / focused his business on chocolate only Milton Hershey built a huge chocolate factory / an entire town to go with it

    7. 2 4 Based on the selection, Milton Hershey could be described as hardworking. Use two details from the selection that support this description. Two details that describe, Milton Hershey, are on paragraph 3 and 4 it says. “He decided to open his own little candy shop.It had to close down.In New York he was selling candies on the street.But his second business also failed.” He was hardworking because he wouldn’t give up.Also on paragraph 8 it says “Milton Hershey built a huge chocolate factry and an entire town to go with it.” And these are my two details that Milton Hershey is hardworking. D. “He decided to open his own little candy shop. D. It had to close down. F. In New York he was selling candies on the street. F. But his second business also failed. K. “Milton Hershey built a huge chocolate factry K. ... and an entire town to go with it.” This response provides more than two text-based details that support the description of Milton Hershey as hardworking.

    8. 0 4 Based on the selection, Milton Hershey could be described as hardworking. Use two details from the selection that support this description. dose not give up and likes his job This response provides vague support for the description of Milton Hershey as hardworking.

    9. 1 4 Based on the selection, Milton Hershey could be described as hardworking. Use two details from the selection that support this description. He worked for a small newspapper. B. He worked for a small newspapper. This response provides one text-based detail that supports the description of Milton Hershey as hardworking.

    10. 0 4 Based on the selection, Milton Hershey could be described as hardworking. Use two details from the selection that support this description. One thing that macks him brave is he never gave up.heckep on triing. This response provides details that are too vague to support the description of Milton Hershey as hardworking.

    11. 1 4 Based on the selection, Milton Hershey could be described as hardworking. Use two details from the selection that support this description. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ They went to New York and work selling candies on the street. and the brother make the first airplane. F. ...went to New York F. ...work selling candies on the street. This response provides one text-based detail that supports the description of Milton Hershey as hardworking.

    12. 2 4 Based on the selection, Milton Hershey could be described as hardworking. Use two details from the selection that support this description. miltonhershey was a hard hard working man he had many failures in business before he started his famous campay.milton focused on making choclate for his campany. A. ... he had many failures in business before he started his famous campay. J. ...milton focused on making choclate for his campany. This response provides two text-based details that support the description of Milton Hershey as hardworking.

    13. 5 How are Milton Hershey and the Wright Brothers alike? • A. They built towns in 1903. • B. They flew airplanes in 1903. • C. They gained success in 1903. Analysis 7: Compare and contrast using elements of the text(s) (Reading GLE 2.3.1, 2.4.5, 2.4.6)

    14. 6 What is an important lesson of this selection? • A. Sometimes you have to experience failure to become successful. • B. Living where you grew up offers work opportunities. • C. Building your own town can be an enjoyable event. Analysis 11: Extend information beyond text—make generalizations beyond the text to a broader idea or concept (Reading GLE 2.4.1, 2.4.5)

    15. 7 Which sentence is the best summary of the selection? • A. Milton Hershey worked as a printer before he tried making candy. • B. Milton Hershey worked at several businesses before he built his chocolate factory. • C. Milton Hershey experimented with making both milk chocolate and caramels. Comprehension 2: Summarize with evidence from the text (Reading GLE 2.1.7)

    16. 8 What is the meaning of the word coax as it is used in the sentence? • A friendly group of children tried to coax the new girl to join their basketball game. • A. Persuade • B. Remind • C. Trick Comprehension 4: Understand and apply content vocabulary critical to the meaning of the text (Reading GLE 1.3.2, 1.2.2)

    17. 9 Which sentence uses personification? • A. The fog was so thick it was hard to see. • B. The rain fell until it turned the soil into mud. • C. The angry thunder grumbled through the night. Analysis 6 Literary Specific: Demonstrate understanding of authors’ use of literary elements (character, setting, plot, genre, etc.) and literary devices (simile, metaphor, alliteration, personification, etc.) (Reading GLE 2.2.2, 2.2.3, 2.3.3)