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What is the first strategy you need to remember when beginning a passage?
When you are finished with the very last question of the very last passage, what is the last strategy that you need to do?
What do you do when you come to an underlined word?
What do you place next to the answer choices when you are trying to figure out the right answer?
What do you do after reading the title and thinking about what it means?
How do you figure out which answer is the correct answer?
Why can you NOT write anything next to the answer bubbles?
Why do you have to color in your answer bubbles completely and darkly?
Why do you have to erase completely if you change your mind on an answer bubble?
How should you sit when taking the TAKS? (Show us.) How should you NOT sit? (Show us.)
When should you take a break and when should you try not to take a break?
If you are reading the TAKS and you come to a word that you don't know, what are 2 things can you try?
How many passages with questions will there be on the TAKS test?
What does summary mean?
What is the first strategy you need to remember when beginning a passage?
When you are finished with the very last question of the very last passage, what is the last strategy that you need to do?
What is a synonym?
What is an antonym?
What do you do when you come to an underlined word?
What do you place next to the answer choices when you are trying to figure out the right answer?
What is a prediction?
What is a conclusion?
What do you do after reading the title and thinking about what it means?
How do you figure out which answer is the correct answer?
What is a fact?
What is an opinion?
What is a main idea?
How do you know that a passage is fiction?
Why can you NOT write anything next to the answer bubbles?
Why do you have to color in your answer bubbles completely and darkly?
How do you know a passage is nonfiction?
Read this word and tell what it means: characters
Why do you have to erase completely if you change your mind on an answer bubble?
How should you sit when taking the TAKS? (Show us.) How should you NOT sit? (Show us.)
Read this word and tell what it means: diagram
Read this word and tell what it means: passage
When should you take a break and when should you try not to take a break during TAKS?
If you are reading the TAKS and you come to a word that you don't know, what are 2 things can you try?
Read this word and tell what it means: article
Tell about this diagram.
How many passages with questions will there be on the TAKS test?
What does summary mean?
What should you do if you get too tired or sleepy while taking the TAKS?
What should you do if people around you are finished and you still have a long way to go?
What is a synonym?
What is an antonym?
What is a prediction?
What is a conclusion?
What is a fact?
What is an opinion?
What is a main idea?
How do you know that a passage is fiction?
How do you know a passage is nonfiction?
Read this word and tell what it means: characters
Read this word and tell what it means: diagram
Read this word and tell what it means: passage
Read this word and tell what it means: article
Tell about this diagram.
What should you do if you get too tired or sleepy while taking the TAKS?
What should you do if people around you are finished and you still have a long way to go?