Harcourt Journeys: Story Selection Copyright © 2012 Laura Butter

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Harcourt Journeys: Story Selection Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 2 Unit 6: Lesson 28 Museums: Worlds of wonder Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 3 Turn your Magazine to page 34. Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 4 1 Slide 5 Why does the author include a map of the United States? Answer Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 6 Answer: To show the locations of the museums. Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 7 2 Slide 8 Which of the following statements about the City Museum is an opinion? A.It has an amazing playground B.It is an old shoe factory C.More than 10,000 sea creatures are in the World Aquarium D.Bob Cassilly designed the museum Answer Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 9 Answer: A. It has an amazing playground. Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 10 3 4 Slide 11 Which word best describes the authors opinion of the National Air and Space Museum? A.Scary B.Boring C.Common D.Interesting Answer Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 12 Answer: D. Interesting Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 13 Which of the following can be found at the National Air and Space Museum? A.Apollo 11 B.Train ride C.Smokejumpers D.Cowboy statues Answer Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 14 Answer: A. Apollo 11 Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 15 5 6 Slide 16 How does the photograph on this page help you understand whats in the Field Museum? Answer Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 17 Answer: The photograph shows the skeleton of a large dinosaur. This tells me that people can probably see skeletons of other dinosaurs and extinct animals. Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 18 Why isnt Sues real skull attached to the rest of her skeleton? Answer Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 19 Answer: The skeleton cannot support the size and weight of the real skull. The skull could fall off and break apart if it were attached to the skeleton. Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 20 7 8 9 Slide 21 Why are forests important? Answer Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 22 Answer: Forests provide many things, such as wood, water, habitat, and clean air. Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 23 Which of the following statements about the World Forestry Center and Discovery Museum is a fact? A.Everyone should visit it B.It will make you appreciate trees C.It has a map of forests around the world D.It is the most important museum in the world Answer Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 24 Answer: C. It has a map of forests around the world. Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 25 According to the selection, the World Forestry Center and Discovery Museum shows that a forest provides -? A.Horses B.Clean air C.Boat rides D.Recycled materials Answer Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 26 Answer: B. clean air Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 27 10 11 12 Slide 28 Why do you think the author included the American Cowboy Museum in the article? Answer Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 29 Answer: The author wanted the reader to know that this museum tells visitors the true history of the cowboy. Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 30 Which of the following statements about the American Cowboy Museum is an opinion? A.It is located in Texas B.It teaches surprising facts C.It is part of the Taylor-Stevenson Ranch D.It was opened by an African American family. Answer Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 31 Answer: B. It teaches surprising facts. Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 32 Mollie Stevenson, Jr., and Mollie Stevenson, Sr., are -? A.The first vaqueros from Mexico B.Smokejumpers who fought forest fires C.The women who found the largest T Rex skeleton D.The first living African Americans in the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame Answer Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 33 Answer: D. The first living African Americans in the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame. Copyright 2012 Laura Butter Slide 34