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Name: ___________________________________ Date: ______________

Theme: 4.1 Peppermint Peanut-Butter Fudge


By Pam Zollman (Page 126)

Lang. Arts: 5.2.2 Reading Comprehension: Make inferences and draw conclusions about grade-appropriate
texts.

Meets with Excellence Meets with Proficiency Approaches Proficiency Well Below Proficiency
(ME) (MP) (N) (u)
o Complete paragraph o Complete paragraph o Incomplete paragraph o Question not answered
answering the question with answering the question with o Explanation correctly
inference inference o 1 significant detail o
o Well thought out o Appropriate Explanation
Explanation o 2 significant
o 3 or more significant details/examples
details/examples

How do you think Roy and Pearl feel when they see Granny tasting their fudge?
Use examples from the text to support your answer.
Name: ___________________________________ Date: ______________

Theme: 4.1 Peppermint Peanut-Butter Fudge


By Pam Zollman (Page 126)

Lang. Arts: 5.3.6 Literary Elements: Identify the meaning of common idioms found in a text.

On page 127, Roy says, “You’re looking at a boy who can’t even boil water.” What
does he mean?

a. He does not know how to turn on the stove or fill up a pot with water.
b. He is not a good cook.
c. He does not know what boil means.
d. He does not know how to swim.