Reading SOL Practice Supporting Details with TEI Items

Reading SOL Practice Supporting Details with TEI Items
Reading SOL Practice Supporting Details with TEI Items
Reading SOL Practice Supporting Details with TEI Items
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These TEI-SOL type questions follow an engaging article students will read about taking photos with the latest technology- the selfie stick!

An answer key is included. The following questions are posted.


Select the correct response by highlighting your answer.
1. Which detail best supports why some travelers say it’s better to take a photo with a selfie stick than ask a stranger to take your photo?

It’s not fun to talk to strangers.

Strangers can’t always understand you if they don’t speak your language.

You have to pay strangers to take your photo.

When a stranger takes a photo, they may zoom in on the wrong thing or cut out the scene you want to have in the background.






Select the correct response by highlighting your answer.
2. Where would this text most likely be found?

A children’s history magazine

A children’s book about famous places to visit

A local newspaper

A school newsletter



3. In the box below, write a synonym for the word fretting in paragraph 2.






4. In the box below, write an antonym for the word mad in the last paragraph.




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5
Answer Key
Included
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Reading SOL Practice Supporting Details with TEI Items
Reading SOL Practice Supporting Details with TEI Items
Reading SOL Practice Supporting Details with TEI Items