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  • Questions 5,190
  • Vocabulary Terms 270
  • Performance Tasks 287
  • Instructional Videos 113

Test Standards

  1. (RL.1) Cite textual evidence
  2. (RL.2) Determine theme/central idea
  3. (RL.3) Complex characters
  4. (RL.4) Meaning of words/phrases
  5. (RL.5) Analyze author's choices
  6. (RL.6) Point of view/cultural experience
  7. (RL.7) Representation of subject/key scene
  8. (RL.9) Author draws/transforms source material
  1. (RI.1) Cite textual evidence
  2. (RI.2) Central idea
  3. (RI.3) Analysis or series of ideas/events
  4. (RI.4) Meaning of words/phrases
  5. (RI.5) Author's ideas/claims
  6. (RI.6) Point of view/purpose
  7. (RI.7) Accounts of a subject
  8. (RI.8) Argument and claims
  9. (RI.9) Documents of historical/literary significance
  1. (W.9-10.1.A) Precise claims
  2. (W.9-10.1.b) Develop claims/counterclaims
  3. (W.9-10.1.c) Use words, phrases, and clauses
  4. (W.9-10.1.d) Formal style & objective tone
  5. (W.9-10.1.e) Concluding statement/section
  6. (W.9-10.2.A) Introduce a topic
  7. (W.9-10.2.b) Develop the topic
  8. (W.9-10.2.c) Use transitions
  9. (W.9-10.2.d) Use precise language
  10. (W.9-10.2.f) Concluding statement/section
  11. (W.9-10.3.A) Engage/orient the reader
  12. (W.9-10.3.b) Use narrative techniques
  13. (W.9-10.3.c) Sequence events
  14. (W.9-10.3.d) Use precise words/phrases
  15. (W.9-10.3.e) Provide a conclusion
  16. (W.2.5) Develop/strengthen writing
  17. (W.2.7) Conduct research projects
  18. (W.2.8) Gather relevant information
  1. (L.9-10.1a) Use parallel structure
  2. (L.9-10.1b) Use various types of phrases/clauses
  3. (L.9-10.1c) Subject-verb agreement
  4. (L.9-10.2a) Use a semicolon
  5. (L.9-10.2b) Use a colon
  6. (L.9-10.2c) Spell correctly
  7. (L.9-10.3a) Write and edit work
  8. (L.9-10.4a) Use context
  9. (L.9-10.4b) Patterns of word changes
  10. (L.9-10.4c) Consult reference materials
  11. (L.9-10.5a) Interpret figures of speech
  12. (L.9-10.5b) Analyze nuances

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