Maryland Reading Grade 7 MSA Practice

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General Reading Processes20%
Comprehension of Informational Text20%
Comprehension of Literary Text20%
Writing20%
Controlling Language20%
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  • Vocabulary Terms: 317

Test Standards

General Reading Processes
1. (D.2.a)  Classify And Categorize
2. (D.2.b)  Word Relationships
3. (D.3.a)  Use Context
4. (D.3.b)  Word Structure
5. (D.3.c)  Resources
6. (E.2.a)  Prepare
7. (E.4.a)  Main Idea
8. (E.4.b)  Directly Stated
9. (E.4.c)  Infer, Conclude, Generalize
10. (E.4.d)  Predictions
11. (E.4.e)  Summarize Or Paraphrase
12. (E.4.f)  Connect
Comprehension of Informational Text
1. (A.2.a)  Print Features
2. (A.2.b)  Graphic Aids
3. (A.2.c)  Informational Aids
4. (A.2.d)  Organizational Aids
5. (A.2.e)  Online Features
6. (A.2.f)  Text Features
7. (A.3.a)  Organization Types
8. (A.3.b)  Meaning And Purpose
9. (A.4.a)  Purpose And Audience
10. (A.4.b)  Argument, Viewpoint, Perspective
11. (A.4.c)  Main Ideas And Messages
12. (A.4.d)  Summarize Or Paraphrase
13. (A.4.e)  Peripheral Information
14. (A.4.f)  Idea Relationships
15. (A.4.g)  Synthesize
16. (A.4.h)  Fact And Opinion
17. (A.4.i)  Text Use
18. (A.4.j)  Connect Text
19. (A.5.a)  Words And Phrases
20. (A.5.b)  Tone
21. (A.5.c)  Repetition And Variation
22. (A.6.a)  Fulfills Purpose
23. (A.6.b)  Structure And Text
24. (A.6.c)  Reliability
25. (A.6.d)  Clarity And Bias
26. (A.6.e)  Additional Information
27. (A.6.f)  Persuasive Techniques
Comprehension of Literary Text
1. (A.2.a)  Text Features
2. (A.3.a)  Narrative Texts
3. (A.3.b)  Plot
4. (A.3.c)  Setting And Mood
5. (A.3.d)  Characterization
6. (A.3.e)  Relationships
7. (A.3.f)  Characters And Plot
8. (A.3.g)  Conflicts
9. (A.3.h)  Time
10. (A.3.i)  Point Of View
11. (A.3.j)  Narrative Elements
12. (A.4.a)  Poetry Structures
13. (A.4.b)  Language And Structure
14. (A.4.c)  Sound Elements
15. (A.4.d)  Poetic Elements
16. (A.5.a)  Structural Features
17. (A.5.b)  Scenes And Acts
18. (A.5.c)  Stage Directions
19. (A.6.a)  Main Ideas And Themes
20. (A.6.b)  Similar Ideas And Themes
21. (A.6.c)  Summarize Or Paraphrase
22. (A.6.d)  Personal Connections
23. (A.6.e)  Implications
24. (A.7.a)  Language Choices
25. (A.7.b)  Tone
26. (A.7.c)  Figurative Language
27. (A.7.d)  Imagery
28. (A.7.e)  Elements Of Style
29. (A.8.a)  Plausibility
30. (A.8.b)  Ambiguities, Subtleties
31. (A.8.c)  Historical Context
32. (A.8.d)  Structure And Purpose
Writing
1. (A.2.b)  Vivid And Figurative Language
2. (A.2.c)  Compose To Inform
3. (A.2.d)  Compose To Persuade
4. (A.2.e)  Writing-to-learn
5. (A.3.a)  Revise Texts
6. (A.3.b)  Edit Final Copies
7. (A.4.a)  Precise Words
8. (A.4.b)  Connotative And Denotative
9. (A.4.c)  Word Choice And Audience
10. (A.5.a)  Word Choice
11. (A.5.b)  Reader Response
12. (A.5.c)  Transitions
13. (A.6.a)  Tone
14. (A.6.b)  Justify Revisions
15. (A.7.a)  Sources
16. (A.7.b)  Retrieval Sources
17. (A.7.c)  Note-taking
18. (A.7.d)  Synthesize Information
19. (A.7.e)  Credit Sources
Controlling Language
1. (A.2.a)  Grammatical Concepts
2. (A.2.b)  Combine Sentences
3. (A.2.c)  Sentences
4. (A.2.d)  Compose Sentences
5. (B.2.a)  Agreement
6. (B.2.b)  Consistent Verb Usage
7. (B.2.c)  Usage Errors
8. (B.2.d)  Use Resources
9. (B.2.e)  Editorial Chioces
10. (C.2.a)  Commas And Semicolons
11. (C.2.b)  Apostrophes
12. (C.2.c)  Mechanics
13. (C.2.d)  Colons
14. (D.2.a)  Spell
15. (D.2.b)  Frequently Misspelled
16. (D.2.c)  Spelling Resources