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Title: Black Blizzard


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Black Blizzard by Maurine V. Eleder
Grade 5 Sample Test
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  • 25 What is the main idea of the story?
  • A. A horse is frightened by a terrible dust
    storm.
  • B. Parents return home to find their children
    safe.
  • C. Two young girls act responsibly to rescue
    their horse.

LC01 Demonstrate understanding of theme or
message and supporting details (Reading GLE
2.1.3)
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26 According to the story, what are three steps,
in order, Betty takes to rescue Fancifoot from
the storm? ______________________________________
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LC05 Order steps, sequence, and/or events from
the reading (Reading GLE 2.2.1)
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  • Text-based steps may include, but are not limited
    to the following
  • Covers head and face to protect herself
  • Ties the clothesline to herself
  • Plunges into the storm
  • Gropes her way to the porch railing
  • Trudges along the house
  • Follows the fence searching for Fancifoot
  • Calls to Fancifoot
  • Hears him whinny/stumbles toward the sound of
    Fancifoot
  • Betty smacks into Fancifoot/finds Fancifoot
  • Ties clothesline to Fancifoot
  • Betty decides she cant find barn/guides
    Fancifoot back to the house
  • Puts Fancifoot into the house/storeroom/inside

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2
  • first she takes a clothes line and leaves 1 part
    in the
  • house and takes the other.
  • second she listens for him and then finds him.
  • last she takes him back to her house because she
    cant find the barn, and puts him in the store.

It provides more than three text-based steps, in
order, Betty takes to rescue Fancifoot from the
storm. (B) she takes a clothes line and leaves 1
part in the house and takes the other (H) she
listens for him (I) then finds him (K) takes him
back to her house because she cant find the barn
and (L) puts him in the store.
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2
First, she takes the clothes line so she wont
get lost. Then she goes out and rescues
Fancifoot. Then she takes him inside to stay with
them because she cant find the barn.
It provides more than three text-based steps, in
order, Betty takes to rescue Fancifoot from the
storm. (B) she takes the clothes line (C) she
goes out and rescues Fancifoot and (L) takes
him inside to stay with them.
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1
She covered her mouth so she didnt swallow sand.
She also tied herself to a clothsline so she
could find her way back. She had to walk
backwards so sand wouldnt go in her face.
It provides two text-based steps, in order, Betty
takes to rescue Fancifoot from the storm. (A) She
covered her mouth so she didnt swallow sand and
(B) She also tied herself to a clothsline.
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1
She ties a clothes line to her self. Then she
grabbed the foal.
It provides two text-based steps, in order, Betty
takes to rescue Fancifoot from the storm. (B) She
ties a clothes line to her self and (I) she
grabbed the foal.
10
0
1. A storm broke over Bettys house. 2. She gos
to rescue the cow. 3. She brings him in the house.
The response includes only one text-based step
Betty takes to rescue Fancifoot from the storm,
(L) she brings him in the house.
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  • 27 What is the meaning of the word eerie in
    paragraph 10?
  • A. Comforting
  • B. Frightening
  • C. Exciting

LC04 Interpret vocabulary critical to the
meaning of the text (Reading GLE 1.3.2)
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  • 28 Which word best describes how Mary Ann feels
    about Betty in
  • the story?
  • A. Frightened
  • B. Trusting
  • C. Doubtful

LC03 Make inferences or predictions based on the
reading (Reading GLE 2.1.5)
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  • 29 What is the authors purpose for writing this
    story?
  • A. To demonstrate how a black blizzard scares
    horses
  • B. To describe the effects of a black blizzard on
    farms
  • C. To tell a story about a girl who protects her
    home during
  • a black blizzard

LA09 Analyze author's purpose and
evaluate effectiveness for different audiences
(Reading GLEs 2.4.2, 2.4.3, 2.4.4)
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LA08 Make connections (cause and effect) within
a text (Reading GLE 2.3.1) NOTE Extended
response items are no longer used on the Reading
WASL for grades 3 5. You may use them as a
training tool for students to go above and
beyond, or adjust this item to be worth 2 points.
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  • Problems may include but are not limited to the
    following
  • The girls are left home alone during a dust
    storm/there is a dust storm.
  • Fancifoot has escaped the barn and is out in the
    dust storm.
  • Text-based events may include but are not limited
    to the following
  • The girls close the windows/put rolled-up towels
    in the sill
  • Betty covers her head and face
  • Betty ties a clothesline to her arm
  • Betty goes into the storm to search for Fancifoot
  • Betty calls to Fancifoot when she hears him
    whinny
  • Betty finds Fancifoot by running into him/gets
    Fancifoot
  • Betty decides not to go to the barn because shes
    turned around so many times
  • Betty uses the clothesline to guide Fancifoot
  • Betty puts Fancifoot into the house/storeroom
  • Betty feeds Fancifoot and Mary Ann
  • Betty reads Fancifoot and Mary Ann a story
  • Parents stay at neighbors house/come home

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A black blizzard came wear they lived and
Fancifoot Bettys colt got out of the barn.
4
Betty went out to get Fancifoot and bring
Fancifoot in the house. Betty cooked supper.
Bettys and MaryAnns mother and father turned
home.
It identifies two problems, A black blizzard
came and Bettys colt got out of the barn. It
also identifies more than three events that
happen as a result of the problems. (D) Betty
went out to get Fancifoot (I) bring Fancifoot in
the house (J) Betty cooked supper and (L) Bettys
and MaryAnns mother and father turned home.
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The problem the girls faced was Fancifoot got out
of the barn.
4
Betty went out to find him. She brought him in
the house. She fed him.
It identifies a problem, Fancifoot got out of
the barn. It also identifies three events that
happen as a result of the problem. (D) Betty went
out to find him (I) She brought him in the house
and (J) She fed him.
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The problem the girls in the story face is that a
terrible dust storm strikes.
Because of the dust storm Betty has to lead
Fancifoot to the house. Betty and Mary Anns
parent arent able to come home, and dust blows
into the house.
3
It identifies a problem, a terrible dust storm
strikes. It identifies two events that happen as
a result of the problem. (H) Betty has to lead
Fancifoot to the house and (L) Betty and Mary
Anns parent arent able to come home.
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3
The girls act responsible and go inside and put
towels on the window. Betty gets the hourse.
Betty reads a story and they both go to bed
without panicing.
It identifies three events that would happen as a
result of the problem. (A) go inside and put
towels on the window (F) Betty gets the hourse
and (K) Betty reads a story.
21
The problem the girls face in the story is
surviving the storm.
2
One result is that the girls go around and lock
all of the windows. A second result is the girls
put paper towels in all of the window sills. The
last result is that the family is ok.
It identifies a problem, surviving the storm.
The text-based event that happens as a result of
the problem is (A) the girls go around and lock
all of the windowsput paper towels in all of the
window sills.
22
The Black Blizzard Fancifoot was missing there
mom and dad wernet there and thats it
2
It identifies a problem, there mom and dad
wernet there. It provides one text-based event
that could happen as a result of a problem. (D)
Fancifoot was missing
23
MaryAnn and Betty saw a storm and they were
afraid that their parents wouldnt come home.
Betty was scared because Fancifoot couldnt of
gotten hert and MaryAnn was so afraid that Betty
would get hert out in the storm
1
It identifies a problem, MaryAnn and Betty saw a
storm.
24
There home there home the car door closed
2. He stopped as mary ann giggled. 3. Betty said
pointing to the storeroom were francifoot stoodmu
nching on bettys old straw hat.
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The response includes no problem or events that
happened as a result of the problem.
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  • 31 According to the story, which sentence tells
    how Bettys treatment of
  • Mary Ann is similar to Bettys treatment of
    Fancifoot?
  • A. Betty is strict and forgetful.
  • B. Betty is cautious and disorganized.
  • C. Betty is caring and responsible.

LA07 Compare and contrast elements of text
(Reading GLEs 2.3.1, 2.4.5, 2.4.6)
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