Predicting Outcomes I

Pre Test

 

1. What can you look for to help you decide what will happen next in picture or story?

A. letters

B. the title

C. clues

D. the beginning

2. What do you look for in a story that has no pictures, to predict the outcome?
A. picture clues
B. word clues
C. picture and word clues
D. the dictionary

3. Which of the following will help you predict an outcome?
A. feelings
B. prior knowledge
C. setting
D. what is going to happen

4. What is the definition of Predicting Outcomes?
A. Deciding what will happen next
B. Looking for facts and details
C. Determining word meaning
D. Understanding the cause of an event

5. Which of the following could not be used to predict an outcome?:
A. What you saw happen
B. Prior knowledge
C. clues
D. characters names

6. When is it important to predict outcomes?
A. When reading
B. When watching TV
C. When you make a decision
D. All of the above

7. When you are predicting outcomes, it is important to do which of the following?
A. Read the details carefully
B. Look for clues to help you
C. Use your prior knowledge
D. All of the above


8. If a person goes to the pet store and buys an aquarium, fish food, air pump, and gravel you could predict that the person is going to do which of the following?
A. Work at a pet store
B. The person is going to set up an aquarium
C. The person will eat fish for dinner
D. Buy a fishing pole

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