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Comprehension questions for the above image:

 

1.    What is the most likely occupation for the person who designed this poster?

a.    White House advisor

b.    White House news person

c.    White House analyst

d.    White House official

 

2.    What bias might the author of this document have?

a.    They work for the current president.

b.    They worked for President Bush.

c.    They work for the Secretary of State.

d.    They supervise the military.

 

3.    Who is the target audience for this poster?

a.    government workers

b.    students

c.    doctors

d.    public

 

4.    What is a logical conclusion you can make based on the given information?

a.    Our country is in severe debt.

b.    Our country is in surplus.

c.    Our debt is shrinking rapidly.

d.    Our debt will never go away.

 

5.    Why is the quote from President Obama included at the bottom of the poster?

a.    To illustrate his passion for staying out of debt.

b.    To persuade the public to take his side.

c.    To give his point of view on the nationís debt.

d.    To debate his effectiveness as president.

 

1.    What is the most likely occupation for the person who designed this poster?

a.    White House advisor

b.    White House news person

c.    White House analyst

d.    White House official

 

2.    What bias might the author of this document have?

a.    They work for the current president.

b.    They worked for President Bush.

c.    They work for the Secretary of State.

d.    They supervise the military.

 

3.    Who is the target audience for this poster?

a.    government workers

b.    students

c.    doctors

d.    public

 

4.    What is a logical conclusion you can make based on the given information?

a.    Our country is in severe debt.

b.    Our country is in surplus.

c.    Our debt is shrinking rapidly.

d.    Our debt will never go away.

 

5.    Why is the quote from President Obama included at the bottom of the poster?

a.    To illustrate his passion for staying out of debt.

b.    To persuade the public to take his side.

c.    To give his point of view on the nationís debt.

d.    To debate his effectiveness as president.