SRA Record: Early Dogs of North America
Week 9 Story 1
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1. What caused scientists to decide that the North American dogs came from Europe and Asia? *
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2. How did the dogs get to North America? *
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3. In what ways were the dogs used differ- ently from the dogs in Europe? *
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4. What advantage did a travois have over a wheeled cart? *
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5. What advantage did dogs have over horses for pulling loads? *
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6. If a dog and its master were both killed in a battle in the old days. *
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7. If in a mound near a Pueblo village a dog was found buried with its master, you could assume that *
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8. Of what use were dogs in hunting bison? *
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9. Why did early breeds of dogs disappear? *
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A : You can often tell the meaning of a word by reading the words around it. Look at each number in parentheses. Find the paragraph in the story with the same number. Then find the word that fits the given meaning. Write the word.
9. taken from the wild; made obedient (1) *
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10. loyal; worthy of trust (3) *
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11. roaming; always moving here and there with no particular place to go (4) *
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12. special qualities or features (4) *
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13. attached with leather straps (5) *
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14. moved lightly (7) *
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15. maintained; kept from decaying (9) *
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16. figures carved out of wood, clay, or stone (15) *
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B : A word may have more than one meaning. Look at each number in parentheses. Find the paragraph in the story with the same number. See how the word is used in the paragraph.
17. raised (4) *
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18. shoulder (13) *
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Many adjectives end in ly, able, and ive. Often ly means "like," able means "that can be," and ive means "that tends to." Read the definition below and then choose ly, able, or ive to complete the word in heavy type. Write the completed word. (Sometimes you may need to drop the last letter of a word before adding the ending.)
Example
father + ly = fatherly (like a father)
enjoy + able = enjoyable (that can be enjoyed)
act + ive = active (that tends to act)
18. like a sister : sister __ *
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19. that tends to protect: protect __ *
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20. that can be adored: adore __ *
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21. like a brother: brother __ *
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22. that tends to effect: effect __ *
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23. that tends to create: create __ *
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24. that can be respected: respect __ *
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C : Books sometimes have indexes at the back to help you find information. An index is an alphabetical list of all the subjects in a book, with page numbers for each one. Here is an index entry for the subject of soccer: This index entry divides the subject of soc- cer into several parts. It tells you what page each part begins and ends on and which parts have pictures. Use this index entry to answer the questions below. Write Yes or No.
26. Can you find pictures of Pele on page 122? *
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27. Can you read about the soccer World Cup championship in the book? *
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28. Can you read about the rules of the game on page 110? *
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29. Can you read about the history of soc- cer on page 98? *
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30. Can you read about soccer in the world on page 114? *
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