Reading Quizzes & Trivia
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Sample QuestionThe rafflesia arnoldi is the biggest flower in the world. It is unusual because of its large size. The flower is almost 100 centimeters in diameter and 140 centimeters in height. " Rafflesia" is derived from the name of the British Governor General, Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, who once governed and built the Botanical Garden in Bogor. Though it is called Rafflesia after Raffles, the man who discovered the plant was Beccary, an Italian botanist who visited Sumatra in 1928. Rafflesia consists of two parts : the stick-like part which grows in the middle and the petals around and below it. While the flower is blossoming, it has a very unpleasant smell which affects insects, especially green flies. They seem eager to explore the flower. But if the flies touch the bottom part of the sticklike centre, they die. Question: What is the suitable tittle for the text?
This is a reading comprehension test for HM 2nd Grade Theme 2/Sel.2 Exploring Parks With Ranger Dockett.
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Sample QuestionWhich was not one of Ranger docket's duties?
Take this quiz and learn how to use nonfiction text in a worksheet. Let's see now!
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Sample QuestionWhich text feature is like a dictionary?
It will be a fun and educating trip come on its fun!
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Sample QuestionHow long was rapunzel's hair?
Quiz on Chapter 8 and readings from week 6. 7 and 8.
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Sample QuestionWhich ONE of the following is a teacher-centered philosophy of education?
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Sample QuestionRead the article about friendship. Six sentences are missing from the article. Choose from the sentences A–F the one which fits each gap. The family you choose yourself Recently, I heard my sister say, ‘Friends are the family you choose yourself.’ __________ Since she said it, I’ve seen it written on T-shirts, notebooks and pencil cases.
This reading quiz covers section 5.4 in your Campbell textbook as well as some review questions on Macromolecules. If you need help on the Macromolecule questions please refer back to sections 5.1-5.3 in your...
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Sample QuestionWhat is the name of the process that joins monomers together to make polymers?
By the time a child starts to learn to read and write, s/he will have already have gained an impressive command of spoken language. Here are some questions on the theories of a childs acquisition of reading and writing.
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Sample QuestionStage 2 is the consolidation stage(age 6+),what type of sentance do they use?
This quiz covers the reading assignment from Chapter 2.3-4 on the topics of molecules, types of bonds, and chemical reactions.
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Sample QuestionWhich of these relationships is true of an uncharged atom?
Chapter 5 Open Note Quiz over Reading notes and vocabulary
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Sample QuestionBasic freedoms that are guaranteed under the Constitution, such as freedom of speech and freedom of religion. these rights are protections from governmental intrusion or abuse.
This Quiz is on the readings from week 4
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Sample QuestionThe Supreme Court case that declared the doctrine of "separate but equal" as constitutional was
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Sample QuestionROBOT TEACHERS If you think of the jobs robots could never do, you would probably put doctors and teachers at the top of the list. It's easy to imagine robot cleaners and factory workers, but some jobs need human connection and creativity. But are we underestimating what robots can do? In some cases, they already perform better than doctors at diagnosing illness. Also, some patients might feel more comfortable sharing personal information with a machine than a person. Could there be a place for robots in education after all? British education expert Anthony Seldon thinks so. And he even has a date for the robot takeover of the classroom: 2027. He predicts robots will do the main job of transferring information and teachers will be like assistants. Intelligent robots will read students' faces, movements and maybe even brain signals. Then they will adapt the information to each student. It's not a popular opinion and it's unlikely robots will ever have empathy and the ability to really connect with humans like another human can. One thing is certain, though. A robot teacher is better than no teacher at all. In some parts of the world, there aren't enough teachers and 9–16 per cent of children under the age of 14 don't go to school. That problem could be partly solved by robots because they can teach anywhere and won't get stressed, or tired, or move somewhere for an easier, higher-paid job. Those negative aspects of teaching are something everyone agrees on. Teachers all over the world are leaving because it is a difficult job and they feel overworked. Perhaps the question is not 'Will robots replace teachers?' but 'How can robots help teachers?' Office workers can use software to do things like organise and answer emails, arrange meetings and update calendars. Teachers waste a lot of time doing non-teaching work, including more than 11 hours a week marking homework. If robots could cut the time teachers spend marking homework and writing reports, teachers would have more time and energy for the parts of the job humans do best.
Chapter 3 Vocabulary Reading Notes Section 2 & 3 Quiz
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Sample QuestionA political system in which power is exercised by elected leaders who work in the interests of the people.
A gifted test for reading for all levels . Based on COGAT test. If you score at gifted range, look into further testing.
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Sample QuestionThe bird _______ through the sky.
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Sample QuestionAre these statements True (T), False (F) or is the information Not Mentioned (NM)? Gemma believes that significant scientific progress in this field will happen in her lifetime.
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Sample QuestionRead the article about the life of a writer. The headings are missing from the article. Choose from the headings A–E the one which fits each gap.1 ………………………When I was young, I dreamed about being a famous writer and now I am! I know I’m a very lucky person. I love my life and I love my work.
Reading interest survey This is a reading interest survey, whose target audience is primarily sophomore and junior high school science students. The results of this survey will allow me insight as to the initial...
Questions: 9 | Attempts: 171 | Last updated: Jan 16, 2013
Sample Question1. When you read the newspaper, what is the first section you would look at?
Read the situation in each number and write your answer.
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Sample QuestionAt times, the center of the volcano becomes very hot. The steam goes up. It brings with it melted rock. When this happens, we expect the volcano to ____________
After read the example paragraph please choose the best answer from the question below
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Sample QuestionIf I ________ to classical music, I _________ good poems.
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Sample QuestionRead the article about art fraud. Six sentences are missing from the article. Choose from the sentences A–F the one which fits each gap. For over 17 years, Shaun Greenhalgh and his elderly parents, George and Olive, sold copies of real famous paintings and statues to museums and art dealers all over the world. (1) ……………………… Why did no one think that these pieces of art were not real? Where did Shaun learn to copy art so cleverly? No one knows the answers to these questions! The man himself is definitely not talking about it!
A short, informal reading quiz to prepare you for the real quiz in class.
Questions: 5 | Attempts: 165 | Last updated: Jan 9, 2013
Sample QuestionIn "Nobody Knows," where do George Willard and Louise Trunnion go on their "date"?
This is a reading comprehension test for HM 2nd Grade Theme 2/Sel.3 Around the Pond.
Questions: 10 | Attempts: 163 | Last updated: Jul 30, 2011
Sample QuestionCammy and William are going to pick blueberries to make____.
Are you a Gourmet or a Glutton? A Trendsetter or a Detective? Take this fun quiz and find out!
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Sample QuestionWhy do you read fiction?
After reading the text together answer the questions based on the scenarios.
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Common Core RI 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5, 7.6
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Sample QuestionWhich lesson teaches you about central ideas?
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A brief reading quiz to prep you for the real quiz.
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The ability to read is one of the most fundamentally necessary skills a person can learn, at least within first world countries, as it is considered by most to be the foundation of a person’s education. That said, everyone...
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Hatchet is a young-adult wilderness survival novel which was written by Gary Paulsen in 1987, and it is the first novel of five in the Hatchet series. The story revolves around the life of 13-year-old Brian Robeson, who...
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Reading comprehension Full Pratice Question 1-5 Carbon dating can be used to estimate the age of any organic natural material, it has been used succesfully in archeology to determine the age of ancient artifact or...
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Accounting is one of the most needed and well sought after careers. Every business be it small or large needs an accountant. The quiz below is designed to see how knowledgeable you are when it comes to some basic...
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Have you just come from a Big Joe`s funeral reading? If you have then you know about Joe and his desire to have a funeral for himself and Peache's concerns about that. Take up the quiz below and get to see how attentive...
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Take our Act compass reading exam quiz and critically test your ability on reading and comprehension. The questions are from the comprehension above and answers should be correct to get a high mark. The questions are technical...
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For an effective reading, ACT Compass Reading Practice Test is very important, it helps you to brush up and evaluate your reading skills. With this quiz of 10 multiple choice questions, your knowledge of understanding will be put...
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Please do your best to answer the following questions about pedigree charts and what they can tell you.
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The book takes us on a journey into the life of George as he faces the consequences of dropping out of school on an impulse. While reading the story we see the toll the decision weighs on him and his family. Take up this quiz...
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According to the story, say whether each statement below is true or false.
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Short quiz for after summer reading
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The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian is a novel by Sherman Alexie. The book won several awards, and was the first young adult fiction work by Alexie, a stand-up comedian and follows the life of junior. Take the...
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Choose the correct answer by crossing (X) a, b, c, or d
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Read the text and answer thye question bellow
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