Test Taking Strategies Comic Strip by Aabid Quraishi

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Test Taking Skills In Action

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  • There's a test today?
  • Test taking Strategies
  • There's a test today?
  • There's a test today?
  • There's a test today?
  • Before
  • Who are YOU?
  • Lesson One: Test Taking Skills
  • What time do we get out of here?
  • Be quiet and get focused!
  • Murp
  • What the...
  • 1. Read entire passage 2. Pay attention to underlined parts 3. Your choice should be grammatically correct 4. Know Connections between thoughts 5. Make sure pronouns agree with antecedents 6. Read sentences carefully to identify confusing words 7. Choose answer "make no change" when sentence is correct
  • Oh, and one more extra tip, try to use the process of elimination to eliminate any answer choices that don't make sense before reading the passage provided!
  • Excerpt from: Big Cats — Part C •http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Wikijunior_Big_Cats/Meet_The_Cats Still other people hunt cats for sport. In addition, the healthy environment that cats need to survive is not being treated with the respect that it deserves. To keep these superb predators in the world our children and grandchildren ________ 9 in, we must learn to make room for other living things to use Earth's limited resources. ~USATestprep
  • Lets see if you figure out what the answer to this is using the test taking strategies I thought you!
  • Look at the blank with the number 9 in the passage. Which of these answers correctly completes the sentence? A) will live B) has lived C) have lived D) will have lived
  • After
  • Lesson One: Test Taking Skills
  • Well it IS a DEPENDENT CLAUSE...
  • Well it can't be C. since the sentence isn't past tense.
  • Good Job, the answer is A! Class dismissed.
  • Hmm.. where is the antecedent
  • It must be Letter A.
  • Next time I would know what to do
  • Well I did have some trouble in the beginning.
  • I'm going to tell my little brother too.
  • Wow that was great!
  • The End
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