READY – Unit 3 Question Stems - Grade 5 1. Which text from the play tells you about a certain event? 2. How are two characters different? 3. Which word best describes two characters’ relationship? 4. How do conversations show a person’s feelings toward other characters? 5. How would the play be different if the author did not include the final lines? 6. Looking at the event, which sentence best states a theme of the scene? 7. Which detail from the text support this idea/ 8. What is the meaning of this word as it is used in the passage? 9. Which sentence from the passage provides support for both ideas? 10. Which idea from the passage does this sentence support? 11. Which of these describes one way both things are the same? 12. Based on the information in the selection, which statement is most likely true? 13. Look at the photograph. Which detail does this photograph make clear? 14. Which passage detail would be most important to include in a summary of the passage? 15. What is the meaning of this word as it is used in this sentence? 16. Which of the following best states the theme of this selection? 17. What is the difference of how the character performs at the beginning of the passage and at its end? 18. Which sentence helps you figure out what this phrase means? 19.Which of these details would be the most important to include in a summary of this selection? 20. Look at these two passages about adventure stories. How do their topics differ? 21. Which idea can be found in both of these passages/ 22. What punctuation mark is needed after “yes”? 23. What is the correct spelling of the underlined word? 24. How should the underlined part of this sentence be written? 25. The preposition “from” shows a relationship between which two words? 26. What is the correct way to write this sentence? 27. What is the correct way to write the beginning of this sentence? 28. What is the best way to revise the sentence to make the meaning clearer? 29. Which of these best expresses the overall message in the poem? 30. What idea is the speaker trying to express? 31. Which line from the poem supports this idea? 32. How does the last stanza add to the poem as a whole? 33. What does the reader learn through the poem’s first –person point of view? 34. Which words from the poem are best supported by the illustration? 35. Which of these dictionary definitions has the same meaning as this word? 36. Which detail from the first article supports these ideas? 37. Which is the best summary for this article? 38. What is the meaning of this word as it is found in the sentence? 39. Which sentence supports this idea? 40. Which detail from “title of the selection” shows (that main idea from selection)? 41. Based on the information in “title of the selection” what did (2 ideas from passage) have in common? 42. Which statement best describes how the author has organized the ideas in two articles? 43. Based on information in both articles, what is the importance of (topic of the articles)? 44. What do the two articles both say about (topic of articles)? 45. According to the two articles what happened as a result of (topic of articles)? 46. What purpose does the author most likely have in writing these two articles? ( to persuade, encourage, describe, thank etc. ) 47. Based on the information in the two articles, which statement explains why (topic) was necessary? 48. Read this sentence from the report. (List sentence) What is the correct way to write the book title in the sentence? 49. Read these sentences from the report. (List sentences) Which word could you use to join these two sentences? 50. Read this sentence from the report. (List sentences) Which word or words should replace the underlined verb to make the sentence correct? 51. Read this sentence from the report. (List sentence) What is the correct way to write this sentence? 52. Which words should replace the underlined verb phrase? 53. How should this sentence be revised?