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Reading for Meaning - Fiction25%
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature - Fiction25%
Reading for Meaning - Nonfiction25%
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature - Nonfiction25%
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Test Standards

Reading for Meaning - Fiction
1. (L.F.1.1.1)  Author's Purpose
2. (L.F.1.1.2)  Examples
3. (L.F.1.1.3)  Techniques/elements Of Fiction
4. (L.F.1.2.1)  Synonym Or Antonym
5. (L.F.1.2.2)  Affixes
6. (L.F.1.2.3)  Context Clues
7. (L.F.1.2.4)  Connotation
8. (L.F.1.3.1)  Main Ideas & Supporting Details
9. (L.F.1.3.2)  Key Details And Events
10. (L.F.2.3.4)  Theme
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature - Fiction
1. (L.F.2.1.1)  Inferences And Conclusions
2. (L.F.2.1.2)  Generalizations
3. (L.F.2.2.1)  Literary Form And Meaning
4. (L.F.2.2.2)  Fiction And Literary Nonfiction
5. (L.F.2.2.3)  Text Connections
6. (L.F.2.2.4)  Narrative, Poetry, Drama
7. (L.F.2.3.1)  Character
8. (L.F.2.3.2)  Setting
9. (L.F.2.3.3)  Plot
10. (L.F.2.3.5)  Tone, Style, Mood
11. (L.F.2.3.6)  Point Of View
12. (L.F.2.4.1)  Significance
13. (L.F.2.5.1)  Literary & Figurative Devices
14. (L.F.2.5.2)  Poems And Sound Devices
15. (L.F.2.5.3)  Dramatic Elements
Reading for Meaning - Nonfiction
1. (L.N.1.1.1)  Author's Purpose
2. (L.N.1.1.2)  Examples Support Purpose
3. (L.N.1.1.3)  Techniques And Elements
4. (L.N.1.1.4)  Key Words And Phrases
5. (L.N.1.2.1)  Synonym Or Antonym
6. (L.N.1.2.2)  Affixes
7. (L.N.1.2.3)  Context Clues
8. (L.N.1.2.4)  Connotations
9. (L.N.1.3.1)  Main Ideas & Supporting Details
10. (L.N.1.3.2)  Summarize Key Details/events
11. (L.N.1.3.3)  Relate Ideas And Events
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature - Nonfiction
1. (L.N.2.1.1)  Inferences And Conclusions
2. (L.N.2.1.2)  Generalizations
3. (L.N.2.2.1)  Form And Meaning
4. (L.N.2.2.2)  Fiction And Nonfiction
5. (L.N.2.2.3)  Text Connections
6. (L.N.2.3.1)  Character
7. (L.N.2.3.2)  Setting
8. (L.N.2.3.3)  Plot, Action
9. (L.N.2.3.4)  Theme
10. (L.N.2.3.5)  Tone, Style, Mood
11. (L.N.2.3.6)  Point Of View
12. (L.N.2.4.1)  Structure And Format
13. (L.N.2.4.2)  Sequence
14. (L.N.2.4.3)  Headings, Graphics, Charts
15. (L.N.2.4.4)  Connect Text And Graphics
16. (L.N.2.4.5)  Graphics And Charts Clarify
17. (L.N.2.5.1)  Fact And Opinion
18. (L.N.2.5.2)  Interpret Facts And Opinions
19. (L.N.2.5.3)  Essential, Nonessential
20. (L.N.2.5.4)  Bias And Propaganda
21. (L.N.2.5.5)  Analyze Use Of Bias/propaganda
22. (L.N.2.5.6)  Claims And Arguments