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  • MAUE 4th Grade

    Distance Learning:

    Reading, Language,

    Writing, Math,

    Science & MS History

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    To be used with the March 30, 2020, issue

    Be a Quiz Whiz! For each question below, fill in the circle next to the correct answer.

    Should You Stand Up to a Bully? Pages 2-3

    1 Which two words have opposite meanings? ! bystander and upstander " adult and bully # bully and audience $ audience and adult

    2 Which is an example of bullying? ! The losing team congratulates the winning

    team in gym class. " One kid pushes another kid every day. # Kids disagree on who was first in the line. $ Students on the bus argue over who gets to

    sit near the window.

    3 Upstanders should consider ___ when deciding how to help a victim of bullying. ! whether the victim is a friend of theirs " how many other people are watching # whether others are recording videos $ the level of danger involved in stepping in

    5 Big Questions About Coronavirus Pages 4-5

    4 How is the article structured? ! Each section answers a different question. " Facts are presented in chronological order. # The sections describe opinions from experts. $ It compares and contrasts the new

    coronavirus and the flu.

    5 Part A Which statement about the new coronavirus is true? ! The coronavirus was first detected in Europe. " Another name for the coronavirus is the flu. # It is named after a city in China. $ The number of people infected by the new

    coronavirus grew rapidly.

    6 Part B Which detail best supports the answer to question 5? ! “It’s a virus that was first detected in Wuhan,

    China, late last year.” " “Within two months, the virus had infected

    more than 82,000 people . . .” # “Like the flu, this coronavirus affects the

    nose, throat, and lungs.” $ “Corona is another word for crown.”

    Dino Discovery Page 6 7 Which phrase best shows the meaning of

    unearthed? ! “belonged to” " “dug up”

    # “stood about” $ “recently found”

    8 Based on the article, you can infer that ___. ! no other fossils are left to be discovered " fossils don’t provide any new information # scientists will continue to search for fossils $ Brachiosaurus fossils are very common

    A Rainbow Squirrel Page 6 9 Which best summarizes the article?

    ! The Malabar giant squirrel is 3 feet long. " U.S. squirrels are not brightly colored. # The Malabar giant squirrel has brightly

    colored fur that is used as camouflage. $ Some squirrels live in India.

    Count Me In! Page 7 10 Based on the sidebar, you can infer that ___.

    ! the census does not affect how the government spends money

    " much work is done to try to count everybody # the U.S. population in 2020 will be the same

    as it was in 2010 $ only people in large states are counted in

    the census

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