English I (CCSS) Practice Test

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Reading Standards for Literature25%
Reading Standards for Informational Text25%
Writing Standards25%
Language Standards25%
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Test Standards

Reading Standards for Literature
1. (CCSS.RL.9-10.1)  Cite Textual Evidence
2. (CCSS.RL.9-10.2)  Determine Theme/central Idea
3. (CCSS.RL.9-10.3)  Complex Characters
4. (CCSS.RL.9-10.4)  Meaning Of Words/phrases
5. (CCSS.RL.9-10.5)  Analyze Author's Choices
6. (CCSS.RL.9-10.6)  Point Of View/cultural Experience
7. (CCSS.RL.9-10.7)  Representation Of Subject/key Scene
8. (CCSS.RL.9-10.8)  Author Draws/transforms Source Material
Reading Standards for Informational Text
1. (CCSS.RI.9-10.1)  Cite Textual Evidence
2. (CCSS.RI.9-10.2)  Central Idea
3. (CCSS.RI.9-10.3)  Analysis Or Series Of Ideas/events
4. (CCSS.RI.9-10.4)  Meaning Of Words/phrases
5. (CCSS.RI.9-10.5)  Author's Ideas/claims
6. (CCSS.RI.9-10.6)  Point Of View/purpose
7. (CCSS.RI.9-10.7)  Accounts Of A Subject
8. (CCSS.RI.9-10.8)  Argument And Specific Claims
9. (CCSS.RI.9-10.9)  Documents Of Historical Significance
Writing Standards
1. (CCSS.W.9-10.1.A)  Precise Claims
2. (CCSS.W.9-10.1.B)  Develop Claims/counterclaims
3. (CCSS.W.9-10.1.C)  Use Words, Phrases, And Clauses
4. (CCSS.W.9-10.1.D)  Formal Style & Objective Tone
5. (CCSS.W.9-10.1.E)  Concluding Statement/section
6. (CCSS.W.9-10.2.A)  Introduce A Topic
7. (CCSS.W.9-10.2.B)  Develop The Topic
8. (CCSS.W.9-10.2.C)  Use Transitions
9. (CCSS.W.9-10.2.D)  Use Precise Language
10. (CCSS.W.9-10.2.E)  Formal Style/objective Tone
11. (CCSS.W.9-10.2.F)  Concluding Statement/section
12. (CCSS.W.9-10.3.A)  Engage/orient The Reader
13. (CCSS.W.9-10.3.B)  Use Narrative Techniques
14. (CCSS.W.9-10.3.C)  Sequence Events
15. (CCSS.W.9-10.3.D)  Use Precise Words/phrases
16. (CCSS.W.9-10.3.E)  Provide A Conclusion
17. (CCSS.W.9-10.4)  Produce Clear/coherent Writing
18. (CCSS.W.9-10.5)  Develop/strengthen Writing
19. (CCSS.W.9-10.6)  Use Technology
20. (CCSS.W.9-10.7)  Conduct Research Projects
21. (CCSS.W.9-10.8)  Gather Relevant Information
Language Standards
1. (36a.)  Subject Has Compound Parts
2. (36b.)  Subjunctive Mood
3. (CCSS.L.9-10.1.A)  Parallel Structure
4. (CCSS.L.9-10.1.B)  Use Various Types Of Phrases/clauses
5. (37a.)  Use Commas Correctly
6. (CCSS.L.9-10.2.A)  Use A Semicolon
7. (CCSS.L.9-10.2.B)  Use A Colon
8. (CCSS.L.9-10.2.C)  Spell Correctly
9. (CCSS.L.9-10.3.A)  Write And Edit Work
10. (CCSS.L.9-10.4.A)  Use Context
11. (CCSS.L.9-10.4.B)  Patterns Of Word Changes
12. (CCSS.L.9-10.4.C)  Consult Reference Materials
13. (CCSS.L.9-10.5.A)  Interpret Figures Of Speech
14. (CCSS.L.9-10.5.B)  Analyze Nuances
15. (CCSS.L.9-10.6)  Acquire And Use Words/phrases

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