Grade 6, Set C (15 Questions)
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Students read and understand grade-level-appropriate material.  They draw upon a variety of comprehension strategies as needed (e.g.; generating and responding to essential questions, making predictions, refer to the text, comparing information from several sources). These are some of the many strategies used in 'close reading'.

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Blood Facts and Statistics 1
Blood Facts and Statistics 2
Blood Facts and Statistics 3
Blood Facts and Statistics 4
Blood Facts and Statistics 5
Blood Facts and Statistics 6
Blood Facts and Statistics 7
Blood Donation Center - Post Donation Instructions
1.  The purpose of the 'Instructions - Post Donation' information sheet is… *
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2.  In the title, 'Instructions - Post Donation', what does the word ‘Post’ mean? *
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3. According to these instructions, what should a donor -not- do on the day of donation? *
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In order to obtain many donations in a short time, and to make it more convenient to donate, hospitals will send "Bloodmobiles" to colleges, high schools, and businesses where many people can donate blood while staying on their schedules.
4. How long must a donor wait before making another blood donation? *
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5.  Which of these activities would be inappropriate for the donor to do on the day he or she has donated? *
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6.  This reminder, highlighted below, occurs on the 'Instructions - Post Donation' page. What does the word 'confidentiality' mean? *
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7.  In the Post-Donation Instructions, what does the word fluids mean? *
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8.  According to the Post-Donation Instructions, can the donor change his or her mind about having their blood used for a transfusion? *
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9.  How old must a person be in order to donate blood? *
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10.  When the donation center tests the donor’s blood, what must they do with the results? *
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11. How long must a donor remain in the blood donation center after the donation is completed? *
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12. What is the name of the virus donors should report contracting within 4 months after the donation? *
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13.  How might a blood donation help in the community? *
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14. What is the purpose of providing drinks and snacks to blood donors? *
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15. What should a donor do if he or she discovers swollen lymph nodes within two weeks of the donation? *
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