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  • Questions 3,706
  • Vocabulary Terms 253
  • Performance Tasks 243
  • Instructional Videos 123

Test Standards

  1. (1.1.1) Pre-reading strategies
  2. (1.1.2) Re-read, question, summarize
  3. (1.1.3 ) Compare, contrast, synthesize, conclude
  4. (1.1.4) Non-print texts
  5. (1.1.5 ) Literary forms
  6. (1.2.1 ) Plot, character, setting, conflict
  7. (1.2.2 ) Speaker, organization, tone
  8. (1.2.3 ) Stylistic elements
  9. (1.2.4 ) Themes and styles
  10. (1.2.5 ) Text implications
  11. (1.2.6 ) Compare media
  12. (1.3.1 ) Language and text devices
  13. (1.3.2 ) Critical approach
  14. (1.3.3 ) Tone and voice
  15. (1.3.5 ) Common themes
  16. (1.3.6 ) Literary merit
  1. (2.1.1 ) Inform
  2. (2.1.2 ) Describe
  3. (2.1.3 ) Express
  4. (2.1.4 ) Persuasive texts
  5. (2.2.1 ) Prewriting
  6. (2.2.2 ) Select and organize
  7. (2.2.3 ) Clarity, completeness, effectiveness
  8. (2.2.5 ) Refine and edit
  9. (2.2.6 ) Presenation
  10. (2.3.1 ) Sources of information
  11. (2.3.2 ) Information retrieval
  12. (2.3.3 ) Record and document
  13. (2.3.4 ) Support a position
  14. (2.3.5 ) Synthesize
  1. (3.1.1 ) Audiences and purposes
  2. (3.1.3 ) Grammatical classification
  3. (3.1.4 ) Sentences and non-sentences
  4. (3.1.5 ) Subjects, predicates, modifiers
  5. (3.1.6 ) Sentence elements
  6. (3.1.7 ) Vary sentence types
  7. (3.1.8 ) Expand sentences
  8. (3.1.9 ) Sentence patterns
  9. (3.2.1 ) Langauge level
  10. (3.2.2 ) Connotative and denotative
  11. (3.2.3 ) Responses
  12. (3.2.4 ) Regional/social differences
  13. (3.2.5 ) Impact of differences
  14. (3.3.1 ) Edit texts
  15. (3.3.2 ) Use resources
  1. (4.1.1 ) Personal response
  2. (4.2.1 ) Diction
  3. (4.2.2 ) Response
  4. (4.2.3 ) Transitions
  5. (4.2.4 ) Repetition
  6. (4.3.1) Alter tone
  7. (4.3.2 ) Justify revisions
  8. (4.3.3 ) Alter text
  9. (4.3.4 ) Compare effects

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