9th Grade ELA Pre Test Passage 2: Staying Safe in a Tornado
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9th Grade ELA Pre Test Passage 2: Staying Safe in a Tornado
Question #1: This passage is mostly about:
Question #2: Which detail tells you where the name "tornado” came from?
Question #3: What should you do when you hear a tornado warning?
Question #4: How is a twister different from a tornado?
Question #5: What causes more people to be injured in a wind storm?
Question #6: What can you infer from the passage about the importance of tornado warnings?
Question #7: You should never stay in your car during a tornado because:
Question #8: The passage reads, “... that you locate a designated shelter...”

What does "designated" mean the way it is used in the passage?
Question #9: What was the author's purpose for mentioning "The Wizard of Oz” movie?
Question #10: Which is the best summary of this passage?
Question #11: What can you infer about storm-chasers from the passage?
Question #12: Which detail belongs in a summary of this passage?
Question #13: What happens when you pay attention to tornado warnings?
Question #14: What was the author's purpose for writing the first sentence?
Question #15: The passage reads “... it is imperative that you locate...” a shelter.
What does "imperative" mean the way it is used here?
Question #16: From the description of what a tornado can do to a bridge, you can tell that:
Question #17: Where would you look to learn more about tornadoes?
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