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									Bubble, Bubble, Spittlebug
by Beverly J. Letchworth
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17 Which sentence explains why people should push the foam back
   after looking at the baby spittlebugs?

    О A. The foam protects the baby spittlebugs from drying out.
    О B. The foam from the baby spittlebugs helps the plant grow.
    О C. The foam keeps the baby spittlebugs from falling off plants.



             IA18: Make connections (cause and effect) within
                      a text (Reading GLE 2.3.1)




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    18 What is the meaning of the word moist in paragraph 5?

       О A. Dry
       О B. Wet
       О C. Cold




        IC14: Interpret vocabulary critical to the meaning of the
                        text (Reading GLE 1.3.2)




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    19 The selection shows that foam is important to baby spittlebugs.
       Include two details from the selection that support this idea.




                    IC11: Demonstrate understanding of major ideas and
                           supporting details (Reading GLE 2.1.3)




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    2   A 2-point response provides two text-based details to explain how the
        story shows how foam is important to baby spittlebugs.

        Example: The foam is the home to the baby spittlebugs. The foam
        protects them from animals that might eat them.
    1   A 1-point response provides one text-based detail to explain how the
        story shows how foam is important to baby spittlebugs.




    Text-based details may include, but are not limited to the following:

    A. The foam keeps the baby spittlebugs’ bodies moist.
    B. It also provides them with a home.
    C. It tastes bad/prevents other animals from eating it/protects from
       danger.



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        19 The selection shows that foam is important to baby spittlebugs.
           Include two details from the selection that support this idea.
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        The foam is important because it tastes so bad
        that not many animals will reach inside the
        foam to get the bugs. It is also important
        because it keeps the spittlebugs body moist so
        they don’t dry out.

              (C) it tastes so bad that not many animals will reach inside
              the foam to get the bugs and
              (A) because it keeps the spittlebugs body moist so they
              don’t dry out.




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    19 The selection shows that foam is important to baby spittlebugs.
       Include two details from the selection that support this idea.
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     Baby spittlebugs use the foam to protect them from
     danger. They also need the foam for a home.




                (C) use the foam to protect them from danger and
                (B) They also need the foam for a home.




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    19 The selection shows that foam is important to baby spittlebugs.
       Include two details from the selection that support this idea.
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     Spittlebugs live in foam. They suck juice out of
     Plants.




                (B) Spittlebugs live in foam.




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    19 The selection shows that foam is important to baby spittlebugs.
       Include two details from the selection that support this idea.
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     it keeps them safe & protecs them from other
     animals.




                (C) it keeps them safe & protecs them from
                other animals.




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     19 The selection shows that foam is important to baby spittlebugs.
        Include two details from the selection that support this idea.
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      1. The babes have fome. 2. Whene they tern into
      aldouts and they dont have eny more fome.


              The response includes no text-based details.




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       20 What is the author’s purpose for writing this selection?

          О A. To persuade people to protect spittlebugs
          О B. To describe the appearance of spittlebugs
          О C. To inform about the lives of spittlebugs *




                     IA19: Analyze author's purpose (including
     distinguishing between fact and opinion) and evaluate effectiveness for
              different audiences (Reading GLEs 2.4.2, 2.4.3, 2.4.4)




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21 According to the captions under the pictures, which statement is true?

   О A. Baby spittlebugs live in foam.
   О B. Baby spittlebugs look like frogs.
   О C. Baby spittlebugs hatch in spring.




        IA16: Demonstrate understanding of text features (titles, headings,
                          and other information divisions,
      table of contents, captions) and graphic features (Reading GLE 2.2.2)




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     22 Based on the information in the selection, what will most likely
        happen to baby spittlebugs if the foam blows away?

        O A. The baby spittlebugs will stay wet.
        O B. The baby spittlebugs will lay eggs.
        O C. The baby spittlebugs will be eaten.



         IC13: Make inferences or predictions based on the reading
                           (Reading GLE 2.1.5)




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 23 What are two differences between baby spittlebugs and adult
    spittlebugs? Include information from the selection in your answer.




             IA17: Compare and contrast information presented in text
                       (Reading GLEs 2.3.1, 2.4.5, 2.4.6)




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     2   A 2-point response provides text-based information to identify two
         differences between baby spittlebugs and adult spittlebugs.

         Example: Baby spittlebugs make foam. Adult spittlebugs don’t
         make foam. Baby spittlebugs don’t look like frogs, and adult
         spittlebugs look a little bit like frogs.
     1   A 1-point response provides text-based information to identify one
         difference between baby spittlebugs and adult spittlebugs.




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     Text-based differences may include, but are not limited to:

     A. babies make foam/adults don’t make foam
     B. babies don’t jump around/adults jump around
     C. babies live inside the foam/adults don’t live in foam
        (meadow)
     D. babies don’t look like frogs/adults look a little like frogs
     E. babies use foam for protection/adults do not use foam for
        protection
     F. babies don’t lay eggs/adults lay eggs
     G. babies eat more juice than their bodies need/adults do not
        eat more juice than their bodies need
     H. babies are not called froghoppers/adults are called
        froghoppers




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    23 What are two differences between baby spittlebugs and adult
       spittlebugs? Include information from the selection in your answer.
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     The differences between the baby spittlebug and the
     adult spittlebug is a mother spittlebug lays her eggs
     on a plant late summer. The babie spittlebugs hatch in
     spring. They begin to eat juices from the plant. And
     the baby spittlebug eat more juice than their bodies
     need for food. The extra juice mixes with a special
     substance that the spittlebugs produce.

         (F) mother spittlebug lays her eggs on a plant late summer and
         (G) And the baby spittlebug eat more juice than their bodies
         need for food.


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     23 What are two differences between baby spittlebugs and adult
        spittlebugs? Include information from the selection in your answer.
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         Baby bugs stay in the foam & adult bugs are in the
         meadow. Baby bugs eat juices from the plant and
         adults hop from plant to plant to find food.



               (C) Baby bugs stay in the foam & adult bugs are in the
               meadow and (B) adults hop from plant to plant to find
               food.




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    23 What are two differences between baby spittlebugs and adult
       spittlebugs? Include information from the selection in your answer.
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     One differens is that adult spittlebugs dont live in
     foam. Baby spittlebugs do live in foam.



                   (C) adult spittlebugs dont live in foam. Baby spittlebugs
                   do live in foam.




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     23 What are two differences between baby spittlebugs and adult
        spittlebugs? Include information from the selection in your answer.
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         Adult spittlebugs are called froghopers. And Little
         spittlebugs are called babys.




                   (H) Adult spittlebugs are called froghopers.




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    23 What are two differences between baby spittlebugs and adult
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       spittlebugs? Include information from the selection in your answer.

     baby spittlebugs live in a home adult spittlebugs
     don’t.

                         The response includes no text-based details.




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