Grade 3 Reading Literature - Aspect, Mood and Setting
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Grade 3 Reading Literature - Aspect, Mood and Setting

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Illustrations and photographs sometimes accompany a short story or poem. These illustrations do more than entertain the reader. They also help the reader further understand the story. They can also create a certain feeling in the reader. In this quiz, the students will read a story and analyze photographs that accompany each part of the story. Then the students will answer questions about the story and the photographs.

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1.
Read the first part of the story - A Sound in the House. Look at the picture.
Tina wakes up. She looks around her room. It is the middle of the night. Tina can’t sleep. She hears a sound.
What mood is created from this story and picture?
Mad.
Fear.
Sad.
Unsure.
The girl is fearful from the expression on her face and because she looks around.
2.
Read the first part of the story - A Sound in the House. Look at the picture.
Tina thinks. She will go find the sound. She knows she can find it.
How does Tina change?
She changes from being scared to being brave.
She changes from being happy to being mad.
She changes from being in her house to being outside.
She changes from being mad to being happy.
Tina changes by becoming brave and going to look for the sound.
3.
Read the first part of the story - A Sound in the House. Look at the picture.
She quietly walks out of her room and looks around. She sees nothing. She listens more. She needs to see where the sound is coming from.
How is Tina listening?
Carefully.
Angrily.
Happily.
In an excited way.
Tina carefully listens so she knows where the sound is coming from.
4.
Read the first part of the story - A Sound in the House. Look at the picture.
She hears a sound. It doesn’t sound like an animal or a monster. It sounds like a door is opening. Tina shakes a little.
How does Tina feel?
She feels smart.
She is scared.
She is surprised.
She feels gross.
Based on the picture and the event in the story, Tina is scared.
5.
Read the first part of the story - A Sound in the House. Look at the picture.
Tina walks down the stairs. The lights are off, but a light shines brightly in the room.
In what way did the setting change?
Tina is in her bedroom.
Tina is outside.
Tina is in her sister's room.
Tina is in the kitchen.
With the picture, the reader sees that Tina is in the kitchen.
6.
Read the first part of the story - A Sound in the House. Look at the picture.
Tina’s dad is standing in front of the fridge. He is looking for something to eat.
How has the story changed?
Tina will never find out what the noise is.
A robber is in Tina's home.
The noise is not a scary noise.
Tina should still be scared.
The noise is not a scary noise since the noise is from her dad opening the refrigerator.
7.
Read the first part of the story - A Sound in the House. Look at the picture.
Tina smiles. She had an idea. Her dad does not hear her. She quietly walks behind her dad.
What is Tina going to do?
She is going to go back to bed.
She is going to push her dad.
She is going to scare her dad.
She is going to steal his food.
Tina will most likely walk up behind her dad and scare him.
8.
Read the first part of the story - A Sound in the House. Look at the picture.
“Boo!” Tina says. Her dad jumps. Tina laughs.
How has the mood changed?
The mood is now sad.
The mood is now scary.
The mood is now funny.
The mood is now angry.
The mood is now funny because the girl scared her dad and she thinks it is funny.
9.
Read the first part of the story - A Sound in the House. Look at the picture.
“Do you want something to eat? I was hungry,” Tina’s dad says.
How does her dad react?
He probably thinks it is funny.
He is probably angry with Tina.
He is scared of Tina.
He is sad that Tina did that.
Tina's dad probably thinks it was funny because he offered her food.
10.
Read the first part of the story - A Sound in the House. Look at the picture.
Tina nods her head and the two eat a snack in the middle of the night.
What is the mood of the story now?
Joyful.
Weird.
Tired.
Gloomy.
The mood is joyful with the two eating together.
Author:  Amy Flanders

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