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NAL QUESTIONS

SUBMITTED BY MESA PUBLIC SCHOOLS’ NAL,

MESA, AZ

August 2016

FIRST QUARTER



  1. English – LT – Level 2 - If Walt Whitman’s poem “O Captain! My Captain!” is an allegory in which the captain represents Abraham Lincoln, what does the ship represent? (The United States as a whole / the United States during the Civil War)




  1. English – LT – Level 3 - If Walt Whitman’s poem “O Captain! My Captain!” is an allegory in which the captain represents Abraham Lincoln, what does the ship’s safe return home at the end of the poem represent? (The end of the Civil War / Optimism about the future of the United States)




  1. English – LT – Level 2 – In Walt Whitman’s poem “O Captain! My Captain!,” the speaker calls the captain “dear father” and “my captain.” What is the significance of these language choices? (To express affection / To show closeness or intimacy)




  1. English – LT/VC – Level 3 – In punctuation, the definition of apostrophe is a punctuation mark used to indicate possession or the omission of written characters. In poetry, what is an apostrophe? (The speaker directly addressing someone or something that isn’t present in the poem)




  1. English – LT/VC – Level 2 – “All hands on deck” is an example of a synecdoche. Define the literary term synecdoche (sin-EK-duh-KEY). (A figure of speech in which a part of a whole represents a whole or vice versa)




  1. English – LT – Level 2 – What type of rhyme is used in the following 2 lines of Walt Whitman’s “O Captain! My Captain!:” “O Captain! my Captain! rise up and hear the bells / Rise up – for you the flag is flung – for you the bugle trills”? (Imperfect/partial/near/oblique/half rhyme)




  1. English – LT/VC – Level 2 – In Edgar Allen Poe’s story “The Tell-Tale Heart,” the speaker commands the audience to “Hearken!” (har-ken) What is the speaker asking the audience to do? (to listen)




  1. English – VC – Level 2 – In Langston Hughes’ poem “I, Too, Sing America,” the speaker says, “Tomorrow, / I’ll be at the table / When company comes.” What political or social change is the speaker hoping for? (Racial equality / Civil Rights)




  1. English – VC – Level 2 – What is the difference between denotation and connotation? (Denotation is the literal definition of the word. Connotation refers to the emotional suggestions of the word.)




  1. English – LA – Level 2 – How does argument differ from persuasion? (Persuasion relies on pathos (emotion) and other subjective factors, while arguments rely on pathos (logic) and other objective factors.)




  1. English – LA – Level 2 – How does a thesis differ from a claim? (A claim expresses a clear argument, while a thesis expresses a claim plus a reason why/how.)




  1. English – GR – Level 1 – In writing, what 2 things can an ellipsis indicate? (the omission of a word or words & a pause in dialogue)




  1. English – VC – Level 1 – What is the difference between literal and figurative language? (Literal means exactly what it says, while figurative language uses similes, metaphors, hyperbole, and personification, often to make a comparison to something different)




  1. English – GR – Level 1 – What is the function of a gerund? (Allows a verb to function as a noun)




  1. English – GR – Level 1 – What is the difference between active and passive voice in writing? (In active voice, the subject performs the verb. In passive voice, the subject is acted upon by the verb.)




  1. English – LT – Level 1 – What is an unreliable narrator? (A narrator whose credibility is compromised)




  1. SS – UL – LEVEL I – The Preamble to the U.S. Constitution give 6 reasons for its creation. Name 1 of the 6. (Form a perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, secure the blessings of liberty)




  1. SS – WG – LEVEL 1 – The Rio Grande helps form the border between what 2 countries? (United States and Mexico)




  1. SS – UG – LEVEL 1 – What is the longest river in the United States? (Missouri River)




  1. SS – WG – LEVEL 1 – Aconcagua is the tallest mountain on which continent? (South America)




  1. SS – WG – LEVEL 3 – Vinson Massif is the tallest mountain on which continent? (Antarctica)




  1. SS – WG – LEVEL 1 – Elbrus is the tallest mountain on which continent? (Europe)




  1. SS – WG – LEVEL 1 – Everest is the tallest mountain on which continent? (Asia)



  1. SS – WG – LEVEL 1 – Kosciuszko is the tallest mountain on which continent? (Australia)




  1. SS – WG – LEVEL 1 – McKinley is the tallest mountain on which continent? (North America)



  1. SS – WG – LEVEL 1 – Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain on which continent? (Africa)




  1. SS – UL – LEVEL 2 – Article I of the U.S. Constitution creates the rules and powers for

whom? (Congress, Legislative Branch, Senate and House of Representatives)

  1. SS – UL – LEVEL 2 – Article II of the U.S. Constitution creates the rules and powers for whom? (President, Executive Branch)



  1. SS – UL – LEVEL 2 – The 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments of the U.S. Constitution are commonly known as what nickname? (The Civil War Amendments)




  1. SS – UL – LEVEL 2 – Which U.S. Amendment is the only Constitutional Amendment to be repealed in its entirety? (18th amendment)



  1. SS – EC – LEVEL 3 – What is supply and demand used to calculate? (Price)




  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 2 – The Term “Alphabet Soup Agencies” was used to describe what series of laws passed during the Great Depression? (New Deal)



  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 2 – What American is known as the “Moses of her people?” (Harriet Tubman)




  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 2 – “Go West, young man” identifies what major concept of U.S. History? (Manifest Destiny)




  1. SS – UL – LEVEL 2 – What law made slavery illegal in all of the United States? (13th amendment)




  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 3 – Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson earned his nickname at what civil war battle? (First Battle of the Bull Run, First Battle of Manassas)



  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 2 – What 2 Presidents were impeached by the U.S. House of Representatives? (Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton)




  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 3 –What last name describes 2 of the U.S. Vice Presidents that became President after assassination? (Johnson)



  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 2 – What term describes the mass exodus of former slaves from the South to go live in the north? (Great Migration)




  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 2 – In what court case did the Populist leader William Jennings Bryant argue against evolution? (Scopes Trial, Scopes Monkey Trial, Monkey Trial, State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes)




  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 3 – What famous 20th century attorney argued on behalf of John T. Scopes for the inclusion of evolution into the school curriculum. (Clarence Darrow)




  1. SS – WH – LEVEL 2 – What term describes the political and economic system of European settled China before the Boxer Rebellion? (Spheres of Influence)




  1. SS – WH – LEVEL 2 – What event led to European and American influence in China to be minimized? (Boxer Rebellion)




  1. SS – WH – LEVEL 2 – What economic and political concept did the United States propose to end the European Spheres of Influence? (Open-Door Policy)




  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 2 – What famous speech did President Woodrow Wilson give that helped to shape the world at the end of WWI? (Fourteen Points Speech, 14 Points)




  1. SS – WH – LEVEL 3 – Starting in December 1937, what event led to the deaths of over 40,000 Chinese at the hands of Japanese Soldiers? (Nanking Massacre, Rape of Nanking)




  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 2 – “I am become death, the destroyer of worlds” were J. Robert Oppenheimer’s first words after witnessing what? (first test of the atomic bomb, atomic bomb, nuclear bomb, a nuclear explosion)




  1. SS – WH – LEVEL 1 – What 2 cities are the only 2 cities to have experienced a nuclear weapon? (Hiroshima and Nagasaki)




  1. SS – UL – LEVEL 3 – Named after the post-WWII war crime tribunals, the statement “I was following orders” is called what? (Nuremberg Defense)




  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 2 – Korematsu v. United States decided, what were “justified in times of emergency and peril”? (Internment camps)




  1. SS – UL – LEVEL 2 – A U.S. President vetoing a law, The Supreme Court calling a law unconstitutional, and congress impeaching a President are all examples of what Constitutional Principle? (Checks and Balances)




  1. SS – CE – LEVEL 1 – What is the common term for the protected portion of a plane’s computer that is built to survive a crash and provides information on the events leading to the crash? (Black Box)




  1. SS – CE – LEVEL 2 – In June 2016, German courts have convicted a 94 year old man for accessory to murder of 170,000 people. During what event did these murders occur? (Holocaust)




  1. SS – WH – LEVEL 3 – What “Great Charter” is considered one of the founding ideals that led to modern governments and political principles? (Magna Carta)




  1. Math – WP – Level I - If today is Tuesday, what day will it be 101 days from now?  (Friday)



  1. Math – AL – Level I - If 3x+20=73, what is the value of 6x+50? (156)



  1. Math – NE – Level I - There are 104 book shelves in the Smallville School library with exactly 108 books on each shelf.  How many total books are on the shelves in the library? (11,232 books)



  1. Math – NE – Level I - What is the smallest positive perfect square that is divisible by both 2 and 3? (36)


  2. Math – NE – Level I - What is the units digit of 924 (nine to the 24th power)? (1)


  3. Math – LG – Level I - If a book with 50 pages numbered 1 through 50 has its pages renumbered in reverse, from 50 to 1, for how many pages would both sets of page numbers share the same ones digit? (0 or none of them)



  1. Math – GE – Level I - The circumference of a circle is 24π (24 pi) inches. What is the area of the circle?  (Accept 144π square inches or about 452.16 square inches)



  1. Math – PR – Level II - What is the probability of selecting a king or a heart out of a standard 52-card deck of cards?   Express your answer as a fraction in simplest form.    (Accept 4/13 or four thirteenths or four out of thirteen)



  1. Math – GE – Level I - Darrell wants to paint one wall in his den.  The wall is 9 feet high and 12 feet long.  There is a window on that wall that is 2 feet by 4 feet that he will not have to paint.  How many square feet will he need to paint? (100 square feet)



  1. Math – GE – Level I - Square tiles measuring 4 inches on each side will be used to tile a 1-foot by 1-foot area.  How many of these tiles would be needed? (9 tiles)



  1. Math – PR – Level II - Nine cards are numbered 1 through 9.  What is the probability of selecting a card with a number greater than four or an even number?  Express your answer as a common fraction. (7/9 or seven-ninths)



  1. Math – AL – Level I - Allergy shots cost Sarah $3 each.  If she gets one shot twice per calendar month, how many dollars does it cost for one year of shots? ($72)



  1. Math – AL – Level II - In his pocket Tom had $4 composed only of quarters and nickels.  He had a total of 20 coins in all.  How many nickels did he have? (5 nickels)



  1. Math – AL – Level II - One-half of one-seventh of T equals one-third of one-fifth of 90.  What is the value of T? (84)



  1. Math – NE – Level I - How many more cents per item is “3 items for $10” than “2 items for $5?”  Express your answer to the nearest whole number. (83 cents)



  1. Math – GE – Level I - The perimeter of a rectangle of width 6 feet is 10 yards. What is the area of the rectangle in square feet? (54 square feet)



  1. Math – NE – Level II - The average age of Mrs. Smith’s three children is 7 years.  If the two younger children are 7 years old and 4 years old, how many years old is the oldest child?   (10 years old)



  1. Math – NE – Level I - A box of 100 personalized erasers costs $30.  How many dollars does it cost to buy 2500 erasers? ($750)



  1. Math – PR – Level I - In how many ways can four people line up in a straight line if the youngest person cannot be first in line? (18 ways)



  1. Math – GE – Level I - Hoop skirts were a popular 19th century fashion trend for women.  If a hoop had a diameter of 10 feet, what would have been the circumference of the hoop, in feet?  Express your answer to the nearest whole number. (31 feet)



  1. Math – NE – Level I - Clifford drove continuously from 9:40 a.m. until 1:20 p.m. of the same day and covered a distance of 165 miles.  What was his average speed in miles per hour? (45 miles per hour)



  1. Math – AL – Level I - Sixty percent of a plane’s passengers are men and 10% of those men are in first class.  What is the number of men in first class if the plane is carrying 200 passengers? (12)



  1. Math – AL – Level I – Laura can set up and burn a single CD on her computer in 3.5 minutes. At this rate, how long will it take Laura to set up and burn 20 of this same CD? (70 minutes or 1 hour, 10 minutes)



  1. Math – NE – Level II – Fred’s Televisions is having a 30% off sale. One of the televisions at Fred’s is on sale for $210. What would that same television sell for it were on sale for only 20% off? ($240)



  1. Math – AL – Level II – A basketball team has won 50 games out of the 75 they have played. There are 45 more games to be played. How many of these remaining games must they win to make their record for the season end with 60% wins? (22 games)



  1. Math – NE – Level II – Sam bought three 16-ounce cans of tuna at $1.20 per can rather than four 12-ounce cans at $0.95 per can. How much money, in cents, did he save? (20 cents)



  1. Math – NE – Level I – How many positive three-digit perfect cubes are even numbers? (2)



  1. Math – AL – Level II – Last July there were 56 dogs for sale on a local message board, and this July there were 84 dogs for sale. What is the percent increase in the number of dogs for sale? (50%)




  1. Math – PR – Level II - There is a 2/3 chance of rain for each of three days. If the weather on each day is independent of the weather on the other two days, what is the probability that it will rain on none of the three days? Express your answer as a common fraction. (1/27)




  1. Math – NE – Level I – What fraction of 45 is 60% of 50? Express your answer as a common fraction. (2/3)




  1. Science – LS - Level 2 – What is the passing of traits from parents to offspring? (Heredity)




  1. Science – LS – Level 2 – What symbols are used to represent dominant and recessive genes/alleles? (Capital Letters are used to represent a dominant gene/allele and lower case letters are used to represent recessive genes/alleles)




  1. Science – LS – Level 2 – What is a Punnett Square? (A graphic organizer that is used to predict possible outcomes from genetic crosses)




  1. Science – LS – Level 2 -- Where are the genotypes for the parents located when using a Punnett square? (Outside the Punnett square)




  1. Science – LS – Level 2 -- Where are the genotypes for the offspring located when using a Punnett square? (Inside the Punnett square)




  1. Science – LS – Level 2 -- On what structure in the nucleus of the cell are the gene pairs/alleles located? (On the chromosome)




  1. Science – LS – Level 2 – Blood types are established before birth, by specific genes inherited from each parent. When two different genes are both dominant, this is called … (co-dominance)




  1. Science – PS – Level 2 – What is an animal classified as that depends on its environment/ecosystem to maintain homeostasis (Pronounced HOME-EE-OH-STAY-SIS)? (Ectotherm)




  1. Science – PS – Level 2 – An animal that is capable of regulating its body temperature through internal processes is classified as an …? (Endotherm)




  1. Science – PS – Level 1 – What is maintaining a stable equilibrium through internal processes? (Homeostasis - Pronounced HOME-EE-OH-STAY-SIS)



  1. Science –ES – Level I – The phase in the rock cycle in which small pieces of rock break off due to contact with water, wind, and/or freezing. (erosion and/or weathering)



  1. Science – PS – Level II -- What is the difference in a lunar and a solar eclipse? (lunar occurs at night, solar occurs during the day)




  1. Science – LS – Level II – Over-harvesting of trees from the forest results in a destruction of habitat for many plants and animals. What is a positive human intervention to correct the damage caused by humans? (reforestation)




  1. Science– PS – Level I -- What are quarter, full, new, gibbous, and crescent used to describe? (phases of the moon)




  1. Science-ES-level II- What is the phrase that refers to the region of the Pacific Ocean where a large number of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur? (the Ring of Fire)




  1. Science – GS-Level I- Calculate the density of an object that measures 5.0 cm by  5.0 cm by 4.0 cm has a mass of 125.0 grams. Will the object float?




  1. Science-GS-Level I- An aquarium measures 20 inches long, 11 inches tall and 13 inches wide. What is the volume? (2,860 square inches)




  1. Assuming 1 quart = 0.95 liters, calculate the number of liters of lemonade that the students drank if they drank 2.5 gallons? [Hint: 4 quarts = 1 gallon] (190 L)



SECOND QUARTER

  1. English – LT – Level 2 – Walt Whitman’s poem “O Captain! My Captain!” was written as a tribute to Abraham Lincoln after his assassination. Identify what the following symbols represent in the poem: the captain, the fearful trip of the ship, the exulting people, and the ship’s safe return to harbor. (Abraham Lincoln, the Civil War, the American people, the conclusion of the Civil War)




  1. English – LT – Level 2 – Walt Whitman’s poem “O Captain! My Captain!” was written as a tribute to Abraham Lincoln after his assassination. Identify the significance of the following lines of this allegorical poem: “the ship has weather’d every rack,” “On the deck my Captain lies / Fallen cold and dead,” “The ship is anchor’d safe and sound, its voyage closed and done”. (The United States endured the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln’s assassination, the conclusion of the Civil War)




  1. English – LT – Level 2 – State the meanings of the following synecdoches (sin-EK-duh-KEYs), in which a part represents a whole: The breadwinner of the family, All hands on deck, Has fallen into the wrong hands, To ask for her hand (The family member who makes money, All members of the crew report for duty, In possession of an opposing group, To ask a woman to marry)




  1. English – LT – Level 2 – Identify the following word pairs as true rhymes, near rhymes, rich rhymes, eye rhymes, or identical rhymes: sound & ground, temperate & date, ground & ground, raze & raise, thumb & gun. (true, eye, identical, rich, near)




  1. English – LA – Level 2 – Classify the following words as having positive, neutral, or negative connotations: fragrance, smell, stench, sound, tune, noise, beast, pet, animal (Positive: fragrance, tune, pet; Neutral: smell, sound, animal; Negative: stench, noise, beast)



  1. English – LA – Level 2 – Classify the following elements as being suited to argumentative writing or persuasive writing: reasonable claims, logos (logic), pathos (appeals to emotion), objective tone, subjective tone, documentation of credible sources, appeals to the audience’s self-interest (Argumentative: reasonable claims, logos, objective tone, documentation of credible sources; Persuasive: pathos, subjective tone, appeals to the audience’s self-interest)




  1. English – LA – Level 2 – Classify the following author’s choices as contributing to ethos, pathos, or logos: presenting one’s credentials, sharing a sad story, providing facts and figures, demonstrating mastery of one’s field, appealing to the audience’s fears, and including a graph of the data. (Ethos: presenting one’s credentials, demonstrating mastery of one’s field; Pathos: sharing a sad story, appealing to the audience’s fears; Logos: providing facts and figures, including a graph of the data)




  1. English – LA – Level 2 – Identify the parts of the following statements that make them theses (plural of thesis), not claims: The bond allowing the school to add more facilities should be passed in order for young students to be provided with a better education., Physical education classes in elementary schools should be mandatory, so that students can learn teamwork, improve health, and be more focused in academic classes., Free breakfast should be provided at all schools because all students, regardless of income, should begin their day with a balanced meal. (in order for young students to be provided with a better education; so that students can learn teamwork, improve health, and be more focused in academic classes; because all students, regardless of income, should begin their day with a balanced meal)




  1. English – LA – Level 2 – Name 4 of the 5 pieces of information about a word that you can learn from a dictionary. (4 of the following: definition, spelling, pronunciation, part of speech, etymology/word origin)




  1. English – LA – Level 1 – Classify the following pieces of information by whether they would be found in a dictionary or a thesaurus: definition, part of speech, synonyms, antonyms, pronunciation, etymology. (Dictionary: definition, part of speech, pronunciation, etymology; Thesaurus: synonyms, antonyms)




  1. English – LA – Level 1 – Choose the websites from the list that are likely to contain credible information, based on their web address: www.nasa.gov, www.stevespanglerscience.com, www.harvard.edu, www.mayoclinic.org, www.education.com, www.sciencekids.co.nz (www.nasa.gov, www.harvard.edu, www.mayoclinic.org)




  1. English – LA/GR – Level 2 – Identify the likely parts of speech of the nonsense words slithy, gyre, gimble, borogoves, outgrabe, in the first 4 lines of Lewis Carroll’s “Jabberwocky”: “’Twas brillig, and the slithy toves / Did gyre and gimble in the wabe; / All mimsy were the borogoves, / And the mome raths outgrabe.” (Slithy – adjective, gyre – verb, gimble – verb, borogoves – (plural) noun, outgrabe – verb)




  1. English – VC – Level 2 – For the words precede, recede, and secede, identify and define the prefixes and then define the words themselves. (pre- before, re- back/again, se- apart/aside/without, precede – come before in time, recede – go back or move further away, diminish, secede – withdraw)




  1. English – LA – Level 2 – Explain the double meanings of the puns being made in the following sentences: The funeral was so emotional that even the cake was in tiers., Make like a tree and leave, The band teacher left work on a bad note. (Tiers – layers of a cake, Tears – expression of sadness, Leaf – part of a tree, Leave – to exit, Note – atmosphere, Note – a musical tone)




  1. English – GR – Level 2 – Transform the following sentences with passive voice into sentences with active voice: The entrance exam was failed by one-quarter of the applicants., Your bicycle has been damaged by a vandal., Action on your proposal is being considered by the committee. (One-quarter of the applicants failed the entrance exam., A vandal damaged your bicycle., The committee is considering action on your proposal.)




  1. English – GR – Level 2 – Transform the following sentences with active voice into sentences with passive voice: The cat bit the baby., The producers remixed the audio for the commercial., The senator spoke to protestors. (The baby was bitten by the cat., The audio for the commercial was remixed by the producers., The protestors were spoken to by the senator.)




  1. SS – UL – LEVEL I – The U.S. Constitution gives 6 reasons the document was ordained and established. Name 4 of them. (Form a perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, secure the blessings of liberty)




  1. SS – UG – LEVEL II – U.S. Rivers commonly form the borders of a U.S. States. Identify A State Border created by each of the following rivers:

    1. Ohio River (Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, West Virginia)

    2. Rio Grande (Texas)

    3. Colorado River (Arizona, California)

    4. Mississippi River (Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Tennessee, Kentucky)

    5. Columbia River (Washington, Oregon)



  1. SS – UG – LEVEL I – The Mississippi River forms the border of 10 U.S. states. Name 6 of the 10. (Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Tennessee, Kentucky)



  1. SS – UG – LEVEL I – The Missouri River is the longest river in the United States. It flows through 7 states. Name 5 of the 7. (Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri)



  1. SS – WG – LEVEL 1 – Identify the Continent each of the following Mountains is located:

    1. Aconcagua (South America)

    2. Everest (Asia)

    3. McKinley (North America)

    4. Kosciuszko (Australia)

    5. Vinson Massif (Antarctica)

    6. Kilimanjaro (Africa)

    7. Elbrus (Europe)



  1. SS – UL – LEVEL 3 – The U.S. Constitution has 7 Articles. Identify the purpose of each of the following Articles:

    1. Article I (Creates the Legislative Branch)

    2. Article II (Creates the Executive Branch)

    3. Article III (Creates the Judicial Branch)

    4. Article V (Creates the Amendment Process)

    5. Article VII (Creates the Ratification Process)



  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 2 – The New Deal created many programs that used anagrams to identify themselves. Identify the full name of the following “Alphabet soup” agencies.

    1. CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps)

    2. TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority)

    3. FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)

    4. WPA (Works Progress Administration)



  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 2 – During the 1800’s the United States gained much land from many different countries. Identify from which country the U.S. received the following pieces of land.

    1. Texas (Republic of Texas, Texas)

    2. Gadsden Purchase (Mexico)

    3. Louisiana Purchase (France)

    4. Florida (Spain)

    5. Hawaii (Kingdom of Hawaii, Hawaii)

    6. Alaska (Russia)



  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 2 – Which U.S. state did the following Civil War battles occur?

    1. First Battle of the Bull Run (Virginia)

    2. Vicksburg (Mississippi)

    3. Gettysburg (Pennsylvania)

    4. Antietam (Maryland)

    5. Fort Sumter (South Carolina)



  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 1 – Four U.S. Presidents have been assassinated. Name the Vice Presidents who became President after their deaths.

    1. Lincoln (Andrew Johnson)

    2. Garfield (Chester Arthur)

    3. McKinley (Theodore Roosevelt)

    4. Kennedy (Lyndon B. Johnson)



  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 3 – There have been multiple pairs of Presidents with the same last name. Explain what family relationship exists between them.

    1. John Adams and John Quincy Adams (Father and Son)

    2. William Henry Harrison and Benjamin Harrison (Grandfather and Grandson)

    3. Andrew Johnson and Lyndon Johnson (Not related to each other)

    4. Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Cousins)

    5. George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush (Father and Son)



  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 2 - Identify the Inventor of the following items:

    1. Cotton Gin (Eli Whitney)

    2. Light Bulb (Thomas Edison)

    3. Steel Plow (John Deere)

    4. Phonograph (Thomas Edison)

    5. Telegraph (Samuel Morse)

    6. Motion Picture (Thomas Edison)

    7. Telephone (Alexander Graham Bell)



  1. SS – UH – LEVEL 2 – Connect the following Progressive leaders with the movement or organization that they led.



1. Samuel Gompers

a. American Federation of Labor

2. Susan B. Anthony

b. Suffrage Movement

3. William Jennings Bryant

c. Populist Movement

4. Jane Addams

d. Hull House

5. Carrie A. Nation

e. Temperance Movement


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