Indiana English 10 ECA Practice

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Reading: Word Recognition, Fluency, and Vocabulary Development12%
Reading: Comprehension and Analysis of Nonfiction and Informational Text32%
Reading: Comprehension and Analysis of Literary Text32%
Writing: Processes, Features, and Applications9%
English Language Conventions15%
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Test Standards

Reading: Word Recognition, Fluency, and Vocabulary Development
1. (10.1.1)  Understand Technical Vocabulary
2. (10.1.2)  Connotation And Denotation
3. (10.1.3)  Relationship Of Mythology To Word Meanings
4. (10.1.4)  Literal And figurative Word Meanings
Reading: Comprehension and Analysis of Nonfiction and Informational Text
1. (10.2.1)  Structure And Format Of Informational Documents
2. (10.2.2)  Primary Or Secondary Sources
3. (10.2.3)  Follow Technical Directions
4. (10.2.5)  Make Reasonable Statements And Draw Conclusions
5. (10.2.4)  Evaluate An Authorís Argument Or Defense
Reading: Comprehension and Analysis of Literary Text
1. (10.3.1)  Dramatic Literature
2. (10.3.2)  Similar Theme Or Topic Across Genres
3. (10.3.3)  Character Interactions
4. (10.3.4)  Analyze Characters Traits
5. (10.3.5)  Universal Theme And Provide Evidence
6. (10.3.6)  Literary Devices For Time And Sequence
7. (10.3.7)  Literary Devices
8. (10.3.8)  Ambiguity, Subtlety, Contradiction, Irony, Anc Inconsistency
9. (10.3.9)  Voice And Choice Of Narrator
10. (10.3.10)  Dramatic Literature Techniques
11. (10.3.11)  Aesthetic Qualities Of Style
12. (10.3.12)  Relationship Of Themes And Issues To Historical Period
13. (10.3.13)  Influences On Mood, Tone, Meaning
Writing: Processes, Features, and Applications
1. (1.1a)  Precise Claims
2. (1.1b)  Relevant Information
3. (1.1c)  Credibility
4. (1.1d)  Organizational Structure
5. (1.1e)  Develop Claims/counterclaims
6. (1.1f)  Develop And Strengthen
7. (1.1g)  Quote Or Paraphrase
8. (1.1h)  Avoid Fallacies
9. (1.1ij)  Conclude And Call
10. (2.1ab)  Introduce And Source
11. (2.1c)  Organize Ideas
12. (2.1d)  Credibility
13. (2.1e)  Formatting, Graphics
14. (2.1f)  Develop The Topic
15. (2.1g)  Quote Or Paraphrase
16. (2.1h)  Develop And Strengthen
17. (2.1i)  Link Text Sections
18. (2.1j)  Use Precise Language
19. (2.1k)  Formal Style/objective Tone
20. (2.1l)  Concluding Statement/section
21. (3.1ab)  Engage/orient The Reader
22. (3.1c)  Narrative Techniques
23. (3.1d)  Sequence Events
24. (3.1e)  Develop And Strengthen
25. (3.1f)  Precise Words/phrases
26. (3.1g)  Provide A Conclusion
27. (4.1a,d)  Parallel Structure
28. (4.1b)  Use Phrases
29. (4.1c)  Phrases And Clauses
30. (4.1e)  Add Variety
31. (5.2a)  Use A Semicolon
32. (5.2b)  Use A Colon
33. (5.2c)  Use Commas
English Language Conventions
1. (10.6.1)  Identify And Correctly Use Clauses
2. (10.6.2)  Sentence Construction
3. (10.6.3)  Spelling, Punctuation, Capitalization
4. (10.6.4)  Apply Appropriate Manuscript Conventions