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This activity contains 11 questions.

Question 1.
The way authors organize ideas in stories, informational books, and poems is referred to as

 
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Question 2.
How do graphic organizers help students learn about text structure?

 
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Question 3.
Which of the following is NOT a narrative text genre?

 
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Question 4.
A story that focuses on the conflict between good and evil and often involves quests is called

 
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Question 5.
The perspective that a story is told from is which story element?

 
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Question 6.
Which of the following is NOT a common literacy device?

 
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Question 7.
When authors use descriptive or sensory words and phrases to convey a certain picture in the reader's mind or a certain sense of smell or taste, it is called

 
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Question 8.
Which of the following is NOT one of the most common expository text structures?

 
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Question 9.
An author lists items or events in numerical or chronological order. What type of text structure is this?

 
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Question 10.
The most common type of poetry is

 
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Question 11.
When students create poems by cutting words from various sources and then manipulating the words into poems, they are creating

 
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