Reading Comprehension 6C
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'.
From Mr. Anker Tests
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…
...to thank the donor for making the donation
...to make sure the donor understands what to do to feel best after the donation
...to remind the donor what his or her rights are after making the donation
all of the above
2. In the title, 'Instructions - Post Donation', what does the word ‘Post’ mean?
3. According to these instructions, what should a donor -not- do on the day of donation?
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.
eat and drink
read a book
skip a meal
suggest to a friend to make a blood donation
4. How long must a donor wait before making another blood donation?
at least 4 hours
at least 56 days
at least 6 months
at least one year
5. Which of these activities would be inappropriate for the donor to do on the day he or she has donated?
eat a big breakfast in the morning before the donation
load heavy bags of cement into a pickup truck afterward
go to the movies with a friend in the evening
play a video game with a brother or sister
6. This reminder, highlighted below, occurs on the 'Instructions - Post Donation' page. What does the word 'confidentiality' mean?
to maintain someone’s privacy
to place someone under arrest
to lie about the safety of one‘s blood
fainting from weakness after donating
7. In the Post-Donation Instructions, what does the word fluids mean?
solid foods that contain lots of protein
liquids that a person can drink
blood pressure testing
honestly answering questions with the intake nurse
8. According to the Post-Donation Instructions, can the donor change his or her mind about having their blood used for a transfusion?
No, not ever
No, it’s the donation center’s decision to make
Yes, buy only for certain types of blood
9. How old must a person be in order to donate blood?
at least 12 years old
at least 16 years old
at least 18 years old
at least 21 years old
10. When the donation center tests the donor’s blood, what must they do with the results?
Information for first-time blood donors:
report any negative results to the donor
report any positive results to the donor
report the date and time of the donation to the police dept.
report the results to the high school health teacher if the donor is under 18
11. How long must a donor remain in the blood donation center after the donation is completed?
for at least 15 min.
for at least 1 hour
for at least 4 hours
until the blood donation center closes for the day
12. What is the name of the virus donors should report contracting within 4 months after the donation?
West Nile Virus
Common Cold Virus
None of the above
13. How might a blood donation help in the community?
Blood is kept on an as-needed basis in emergency rooms.
Donated blood can replace a patient’s blood lost during surgery.
Cancer patients may need blood during chemotherapy.
all of the above
14. What is the purpose of providing drinks and snacks to blood donors?
to make donors able to gain weight
to promote healthy eating habits
ensure that the donor feels strong, safe and alert for the trip home, or return to school or work
none of the above
15. What should a donor do if he or she discovers swollen lymph nodes within two weeks of the donation?
apply abrasive scrubbing pads to the area of skin affected
relax and not do anything
call an ambulance immediately
call the blood donation center and tell them about the condition.
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