What Are The Accelerated Reader Answers To The Book The Reptile Room?


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Rob Facey answered
The accelerated reader questions change from time to time and there are numerous orders and formulas in which the questions can be asked so there is no clear way of knowing the answers questions about the book The Reptile Room. You may be better posting the question up as then they could be answered on here.
Accelerated Reader (AR) is a daily progress monitoring software assessment that is widely used by primary and secondary schools for monitoring the practice of reading. It was created by Renaissance Learning, Inc. Currently, there are two versions: A desktop version and a web-based version in Renaissance Place, which hosts the company's web software for Accelerated Reader and a number of other software products e.g. Accelerated Math.

Accelerated Reader is an assessment that primarily determines whether or not a child has read a book. The software provides additional information to students regarding reading rates, amount of reading, and other variables related to reading. Renaissance Learning does not require or advocate the use of incentives with the assessment, although it is a common misperception.

There are three steps to using Accelerated Reader. First, students choose and read a fiction or non-fiction book, textbook, or magazine. Teachers monitor the reading through particular methods including guided, paired, literature-based, and textbook reading. Second, the students take a quiz. Teachers can create their own quizzes for those not available in Accelerated Reader. Third, the teacher receives information that is intended to assist, motivate reading, monitor progress, and target instruction. Reports regarding reading level and comprehension skills are available through the software.

The Reptile Room is a children's novel and the second of A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket. It was later released in paperback under the title The Reptile Room; or, Murder! Having just escaped from the greedy and evil Count Olaf in the first book, the Baudelaire children are now taken to live with another relative, Dr. Montgomery. While the children find Dr. Montgomery to be a kind herpetologist, Count Olaf's final threat in the previous book continues to throw a shadow over their future.
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 I have read the Reptile Room 6 times, three times in 2nd grade,and 4 times in 5th grade. The  Reptile Room has a high lexile. ( grade level about 8th grade. Mine is about 1070. List the questions in a comment and I bet I can answer almost all of them. Or I will try to find them after I post this.

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