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Posttest on Timelines. Click on the correct answer.
1. Making a timeline is harder than:
A. making a story web.
B. recopying the story.
C. making an outline.
D. none of the above
2. When studying for a test it is best to:
A. jot down the important facts.
B. copy all the important words.
C. draw pictures.
D. make a timeline to organize the facts.
3. Timelines are used for:
A. historical stories.
D. all of the above
4. To use a timeline, there must be:
5. In a timeline, you:
A. use complete sentences.
B. don't use complete sentences.
C. jot down the facts without dates.
D. include all the details in the story.
A. make it easy to see the order of events.
B. are graphical organizers.
C. connect only the important facts.
D. all of the above.
Read the following paragraphs and click on the correct story web.
7. Keith was going on a camping trip with his father. He ran out of the
house dressed in a dark T-shirt and black jeans. His father suggested he
change clothes which Keith didn't like. Keith's father then asked him to
put one ice cube out of the cooler on their black car and one on the ground
in the sand. In a few minutes, there was just a puddle of water on the
car while the ice cube in the sand had barely started to melt. Keith decided
that he would change his clothes and wear light-colored ones so he wouldn't
bake in the sun.
8. If you want to go fishing with earthworms, you need to look for them
when it's raining. An earthworm has to have air to breathe, so they surface
so they won't drown when it's raining. When the rain stops, they go back
in the ground so they won't be a bird's meal and so their skin won't dry
out. The earth keeps them moist and safe except when it rains.
9. Fitness is a combination of suppleness, strength, and stamina. Suppleness
is the ability to move freely. You need strength for pushing, pulling,
and lifting. Stamina allows you to move for a long time without resting.
To be fit, you must have all three of these. You can develop fitness by
10. Diego entered a blueberry pie-eating contest. As he ate his first
pie, it tasted great. When he finished though, he saw that he was already
behind Henry and Julia, the other contestants. As he was finishing his
second pie, which didn't taste so good anymore, a piece slid into his lap.
The crowd roared with laughter. At the end of the contest, Julia won by
eating six pies! Diego was surprised when his name was also called for
an award-he got a Good Sportsmanship Award for not giving up!
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