Unit 4, Lesson 3: The Case of the Gasping Garbage
by Jason Clark
| 14 Questions
Note from the author:
McGraw Hill - Imagine It - 4th grade
If someone 'peered' around the corner, they probably
ran very fast
Doyle and Fossey are known throughout the fifth grade for their 'pursuit' of answers. In this sentence, 'pursuit' means
Frisco was a 'competitor' of Drake's. A 'competitor' is
a classmate with better grades
someone who competes in a different sport
someone who sells the same product
an older person who teaches business skills
Drake said he needed to simulate the same 'environment.' Another word for 'environment' is
Who are Drake Doyle and Nell Fossey?
fifth-grade science detectives
owners of a catering business
famous scientific writers
teachers in a school
Why does Gabby Talberg call Doyle?
She needs his help with her science assignment.
She is making plans to meet at the mall later.
She has a monster in her garbage can.
She wants him to sample her father's new recipe.
What is Doyle's firs rule of science?
Never remove the lid of a garbage can.
Do not let excitement overwhelm good sense.
Do not work on an empty stomach.
If you act in a calm manner, others will stay calm, too.
How does Mr. Doyle help Drake and Nell?
He helps them come up with a hypothesis.
He knows a scientific publisher.
He lets them stay up late to finish the project.
He provides equipment for the lab.
Why is Gabby Talberg disappointed?
Doyle and Fossey could not answer her question.
Yeast is not as exciting as a monster.
She wanted her dad's raisin bread for herself.
It is hard to get the ingredients used to recreate the experiment.
What is the difference between James Frisco and Drake Doyle?
What are some of the clues that make Doyle and Fossey think there is not a monster in the garbage?
How is the lab environment similar to the one in the Talberg garage?
Why does the garbage can burp?
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