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Read the paragraph about Jackie Robinson and the table below it.

During the 1940s, Major League Baseball remained segregated. Jackie was drafted by Branch Rickey to change all of that and integrate baseball. Branch knew Jackie would face some tough times, and Branch made him promise not to fight back when he faced this racism, which often came from his own teammates. He and his family even received terrible threats from those in the crowd. Despite all of this, on April 15, 1947, Jackie became the first African-American athlete to play in the major leagues. He led in stolen bases and had an outstanding batting average, earning the honor of Rookie of the Year. Despite the ongoing racism that Jackie faced from some teammates, crowds, and players from other teams, he earned the National League’s Most Valuable Player award in 1949. In his decade-long career with the Dodgers, Jackie helped his team win the National League pennant several times. In 1955, he helped them achieve the greatest victory of all: the World Series.
A 3 column table with 1 row. Column 1 is labeled What I Know with entry Jackie Robinson was known for breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball. Column 2 is labeled What I Want to Know with entry What were his accomplishments? Column 3 is labeled What I Learned about His Accomplishments with a blank entry.
In the table, what information best fits under the heading "What I Learned about His Accomplishments”?

A.
Jackie Robinson was drafted by Branch Rickey to help integrate the sport of Major League Baseball.
B.
Jackie Robinson promised not to fight back when he faced racism from his teammates and other players.
C.
Jackie Robinson and his family even faced terrible threats from those in the crowds.
D.*****
Jackie Robinson became the first African-American athlete to play in baseball’s major leagues.

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  1. D.
    Jackie Robinson became the first African-American athlete to play in baseball’s major leagues.

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  5. D is the correct answe

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  6. Key: **** is correct answer
    The correct answers are for Connexus 7th:

    1. What type of information is most likely to be included in a yearbook?

    Correct answer
    A.****
    sports a student has played
    Incorrect answer
    B.
    trips a student has taken
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    C.
    books a student has read
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    D.
    pets a student has owned

    2. Read the passage about the life of Jackie Robinson.

    During Jackie Robinson’s time, Major League Baseball was still segregated. Jackie was drafted by Branch Rickey to change all of that and integrate baseball. Branch knew Jackie would face some tough times, and Branch made him promise not to fight back when he faced this racism, which often came from his own teammates. Jackie and his family even received terrible threats from those in the crowd. Despite all of this, on April 15, 1947, Jackie became the first African-American athlete to play in the major leagues. In his decade-long career with the Dodgers, Jackie helped his team win the National League pennant several times. In 1955, he helped them achieve the greatest victory of all: the World Series.
    Which sentence from the passage contains information that could best be used to create a yearbook page about Jackie Robinson?

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    A.
    During Jackie Robinson’s time, Major League Baseball was still segregated.
    Incorrect answer
    B.
    Branch knew Jackie would face some tough times, and Branch made him promise not to fight back. . .
    Incorrect answer
    C.
    Jackie and his family even received terrible threats from those in the crowd.
    Correct answer
    D.*****
    In 1955, he helped them achieve the greatest victory of all: the World Series.

    3. Read the list of facts about Amelia Earhart.

    • Constructed her own roller coaster at the age of 7
    • Was one of the first women to wear “bloomers,” or pants
    • Was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean
    • Was the first person to fly alone from Hawaii to California
    • Attempted to make a dangerous flight around the world
    On a yearbook page, under which heading would this information best fit?

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    A.
    Interests
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    B.
    Hobbies
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    C.****
    Achievements
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    D.
    Future Goals

    4. Read the paragraph about Jackie Robinson and the table below it.

    During the 1940s, Major League Baseball remained segregated. Jackie was drafted by Branch Rickey to change all of that and integrate baseball. Branch knew Jackie would face some tough times, and Branch made him promise not to fight back when he faced this racism, which often came from his own teammates. He and his family even received terrible threats from those in the crowd. Despite all of this, on April 15, 1947, Jackie became the first African-American athlete to play in the major leagues. He led in stolen bases and had an outstanding batting average, earning the honor of Rookie of the Year. Despite the ongoing racism that Jackie faced from some teammates, crowds, and players from other teams, he earned the National League’s Most Valuable Player award in 1949. In his decade-long career with the Dodgers, Jackie helped his team win the National League pennant several times. In 1955, he helped them achieve the greatest victory of all: the World Series.
    A 3 column table with 1 row. Column 1 is labeled What I Know with entry Jackie Robinson was known for breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball. Column 2 is labeled What I Want to Know with entry What were his accomplishments? Column 3 is labeled What I Learned about His Accomplishments with a blank entry.
    In the table, what information best fits under the heading "What I Learned about His Accomplishments”?

    Incorrect answer
    A.
    Jackie Robinson was drafted by Branch Rickey to help integrate the sport of Major League Baseball.
    Incorrect answer
    B.
    Jackie Robinson promised not to fight back when he faced racism from his teammates and other players.
    Incorrect answer
    C.
    Jackie Robinson and his family even faced terrible threats from those in the crowds.
    Correct answer
    D.*****
    Jackie Robinson became the first African-American athlete to play in baseball’s major leagues.

    5. Read the short passage about the life of Jackie Robinson.

    Jackie Robinson was born on January 31, 1919, in Cairo, Georgia. Prior to his well-known career in baseball, Jackie attended both Pasadena Community College and University of California, as well as served in the United States Army. During Jackie’s time in the army, he was arrested and court-martialed for refusing to move to the back of a segregated bus. Ultimately, he was acquitted of these charges and received an honorable discharge. It was after this discharge that Jackie began playing Major League Baseball.

    During Jackie’s time, leagues were still segregated, and Jackie was drafted by Branch Rickey to change all of that and integrate baseball. Despite the ongoing racism Jackie faced (often from his very own teammates), he became the first African-American athlete to play in the major leagues, even earning the distinguished honor of Rookie of the Year. In addition to breaking the color barrier in the world of athletics, Jackie went on to fight for civil rights in all aspects of life. He did not believe that enough was being done to advance the cause for civil rights, and he dedicated a large portion of his life to testifying against discrimination and sending letters to every American president who held office between 1956 and 1972 to express this discontent.
    Which image would be best to use on a yearbook page to show Jackie Robinson’s contributions to the civil rights movement?

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    A.
    a photo of Jackie Robinson
    Correct answer
    B.*****
    a letter to the president
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    C.
    a picture of a university
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    D.
    a Rookie of the Year award

    6. Read the passage about the life of Jackie Robinson.

    Prior to his well-known career in baseball, Jackie Robinson served in the United States Army. Fortunately, he never saw combat. However, during this time, he was arrested and court-martialed for refusing to move to the back of a segregated bus. Ultimately, he was acquitted of these charges and received an honorable discharge. It was after this discharge that Jackie began playing Major League Baseball.

    During this time, leagues were still segregated. Jackie was drafted by Branch Rickey to change all of that and integrate baseball. Branch knew Jackie would face some tough times, and Branch made him promise not to fight back when he faced this racism, which often came from his own teammates. Despite all of this, on April 15, 1947, Jackie became the first African-American athlete to play in the major leagues. In his decade-long career with the Dodgers, Jackie helped his team win the National League pennant several times. In 1955, he helped them achieve the greatest victory of all: the World Series.
    A yearbook page for Jackie Robinson includes "Jackie’s pet peeve: racism of any kind.” What image would best illustrate this statement?

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    A.
    2 hands touching.
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    B.
    A badge with 2 crossed baseball bats, with a baseball above and home plate below the bats.
    Correct answer
    C.*****
    A yellow, diamond-shaped traffic sign that reads Human Rights.A yellow, diamond-shaped traffic sign that reads Human Rights.
    Incorrect answer
    D.
    A shoulder patch that reads Military.

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  7. i need help

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  8. you're wrong only one

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  9. they are...
    1. B
    2. B
    3. D
    4. D
    5. B
    6. A

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  10. everybody seems to be posting incorrect answers soo ..
    1. B
    2. D
    3. A

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  11. 1. B
    2. D
    3. A
    4. D
    5. B
    6. C
    ignore the first one - oops
    100% on connexus !!

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  12. Actual correct answers to the quiz 2020 version,
    1.D (Jackie R helped lead the Dodgers to a World Series win.
    2.D (in 1955 he helped them achieve the greatest victory of all: the world series.
    3.C (Achievements
    4.C (most likely to become a social activist
    5.C (human rights sign
    6.A (airplane picture
    You're welcome

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  13. 1.c
    2.c
    3.a
    4.c
    5.c
    6.a
    I just did this today and this is what the answers were not saying im wrong or right.

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  14. kyle i got 1/6 just wow

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  15. Just did the test

    1 d

    2d

    3a

    4 a

    5 c

    6a

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  16. so whos right?

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  17. Correct answers I promise :3 (CONNEXUS YEARBOOK QUIZ)

    1.D
    2.B
    3.C
    4.D
    5.B
    6.C
    Your welcome :)

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