# Math Module II Review - Campbell County Schools

```I Didn’t Know That
Jeopardy Review Game
Finding
Evidence
Central
Idea
Key
Text
Information Structure
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Misc.
The term that describes
using what you know and what
the text tells you
What is making inferences?
The proof to support ideas
What is evidence?
The types of questions that help
What are the 5Ws and H
(who, what, when, where, why and how)?
After reading the article, “Lights, Camera,
Invention,” what can be inferred?
A. Thomas Edison liked the world just the way it
was.
B. Thomas Edison thought trying to change the
world was impossible.
C. Thomas Edison thought it was too much
trouble to try changing the world.
D. Thomas Edison thought people could change
the world if they tried.
What is D?
Thomas Edison thought people could change the
world if they tried.
According to the article, which of Edison’s
inventions allowed voices and music to be heard
clearly?
A. Phonograph
B. Telegraph
C. Lightbulbs
D. Motion picture camera
What is A?
Phonograph – the evidence is clearly stated in
paragraph 4. There is no evidence to support
that people could hear voices or music on the
motion picture camera Edison invented. The
article does not mention the telegraph. The light
bulb does not make sense.
Which of the following is true of central idea?
A. The central idea of a text is found in the first
sentence.
B. The central idea of a text can be written in
one or two words.
C. The central idea of a text is supported by
details throughout the piece.
D. The central idea is found in one specific
section of the text.
What is C?
The central idea of a text is supported by details
throughout the piece.
True or False: The main idea is not always
directly stated in a text.
True – Sometimes it is up to you to figure out
the main idea by examining the information and
determining what the writer most want you to
know about the topic.
Explain the difference between a topic and a
central idea.
A topic is what the piece is about, and can
usually be stated in one or two words; a central
idea is the most important idea the writer wants
to get across about the topic, and it is written as
a statement.
What is a central idea of “Lights! Camera!
Inventions!”
a. Young Thomas Edison was bored.
b. Thomas Edison invented the phonograph.
c. Edison changed the world with his inventions.
d. Many people dream of changing the world.
What is C?
Edison changed the world with his inventions.
This answer is supported by details throughout
the text. It is the most important point the
writer wanted to get across.
Which detail from the text supports the idea that
Edison had a good imagination?
A. He was supposed to be attending a concert in
the park with friends.
B. He rummaged through his bookcase until he
found a story he liked.
C. Soon, he was lost in a tale of pirate treasure.
D. It was too bad the light from the oil lamp
made it hard to see.
What is C?
Soon, he was lost in a tale of
pirate treasure. This sentence
shows that Edison could use his
imagination to put himself into
a story.
Explain how to determine the key events in a
story.
The key events are the most important things
that happen in the story. If you left out these
events, someone would not understand what
happened and/or the importance of the events.
The term that is used for giving examples or
evidence to support an idea.
What is illustrating?
Explain the difference between illustrating an
idea and elaborating an idea.
When you illustrate an idea, you provide
examples or evidence for support; when you
elaborate on an idea, you expand on the basics
by providing additional information
Which of the following is a key event used by the
author to introduce the idea that Edison changed
the world?
A. The afternoon concert was cancelled.
B. Edison imagined improved sounds, lights and
pictures.
C. People sat at home and listed to band music
whenever they wanted.
D. Edison made his dreams come true.
What is A?
The sentence first shows that Edison is
imagining changes that will bring improvement
to the world.
What is the purpose of this sentence from
paragraph 5?
“Second, the lamp gave off a steady light, softer
than the harsh brightness of the streetlight
bulbs”
a. elaborates ideas
b. illustrates ideas
c. introduces ideas
d. utilizes ideas
What is A?
This sentence gives additional information
beyond the basic explanation.
Name 5 types of text structure studied in class
this year.
What are: compare and contrast, description,
cause and effect, problem and solution and
chronological order (sequence)?
The graphic organizer commonly used when
analyzing a compare and contrast text.
What is a Venn Diagram?
Which of the following key words would you
least expect to find in a problem and solution
text?
a. dilemma
b. solved
c. similarly
d. the main difficulty
What is c?
Similarly would usually be a signal for a compare
and contrast text structure.
“Lights! Camera! Inventions!” is organized by
a. comparing and contrasting phonographs and
motion picture cameras.
b. identifying the problems Edison experienced
to create the phonograph and explaining his
solutions.
c. chronologically listing Edison’s inventions
d. describing how to construct each of Edison’s
inventions
What is c?
The inventions are listed in the order in which
they were invented. The other descriptions do
not fit this piece.
How does this sentence help develop ideas in the
text?
“Several years later, Tom Edison built the
world’s first film studio so he could make
movies for others to enjoy, rain or shine.”
The sentence provides a detail about how Edison came up
with the idea for movie theaters.
b.The sentence shows the sequence of events by stating when
Edison invented theaters in relation to the other inventions.
c.The sentence compares different types of weather.
d.The sentence provides the author’s opinion what a great
invention Edison developed.
a.
What is B?
The sentence begins with a time order transition
so the reader can understand the sequence of
events.
Which sentence from the text best describes how
a phonograph works?
A. In the 1870s, he invented a phonograph, or
talking machine.
B. He found a way to record or copy sounds onto
a thin, flat, round disk.
C. People could sit at home and listen to band
music whenever they wanted.
D. For some people, these would have been
enough bright ideas for one lifetime.
What is B?
This sentence explains the materials used to
record sounds.
Which piece of evidence does not support the
idea that the lightbulb was better than
streetlights?
A. It was too bad the flickering light from the oil
lamp made it hard to see.
B. First, it was inexpensive because it used very
little electricity.
C. Many people could afford to use it in their
homes.
D. Second, the lamp gave off steady light, softer
than the harsh brightness of the streetlight
bulbs.
What is A?
This sentence does not refer to streetlights. It is
in a different part of the text when Edison was
using an oil lamp by which to read a book. The
other choices are in the 5th paragraph where the
idea of improving upon streetlamps is
developed.
Which of the following inferences could not be
supported with evidence from the article?
A. Edison liked to read.
B. Edison liked to make life more enjoyable for
others.
C. Edison was a determined man.
D. Edison felt communication was important.
What is D?
There is really no evidence in the text to support
the idea that Edison valued communication. The
other three ideas can be supported with
evidence from the text.
Which of the following statements from the text
illustrates the idea that Edison continued to
create inventions he was successful with the
phonograph?
a. Disappointed as he was, Tom wasn’t one to
mope for long.
b. What if they could see pictures of pirate ships
on the ocean?
c. Many people could afford to use it in their
homes.
d. In 1888, he invented the motion-picture
camera.
What is D?
This statement gives an example of something
that Edison invented after he invented the
phonograph.
Which of the following sentences would not
belong in a summary of the text?
A. Thomas Edison dreamed of changing the
world.
B. He enjoyed listening to band music.
C. Edison used events in his life to create ideas
for new inventions.
D. Edison’s inventions have helped make the
world a better place.
What is B?
This sentence is really not important to
understanding the key ideas and events in the
text. It is not necessary to know that Edison
liked band music to understand the text.