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  • Questions 4,007
  • Vocabulary Terms 359
  • Performance Tasks 477
  • Instructional Videos 193

Test Standards

  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) Survey and preview
  7. (E.2.b) Set a purpose
  8. (E.2.c) Make predictions
  9. (E.2.d) Make connections
  10. (E.4.a) Main idea
  11. (E.4.b) Directly stated
  12. (E.4.c) Not directly stated
  13. (E.4.d) Conclusions and generalizations
  14. (E.4.e) Predictions
  15. (E.4.f) Paraphrase
  16. (E.4.g) Summarize
  17. (E.4.h) Connect
  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) Author's opinion
  11. (A.4.c) Main ideas and messages
  12. (A.4.d) Summarize or paraphrase
  13. (A.4.e) Unrelated 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
  22. (A.6.a) Fulfills purpose
  23. (A.6.b) Additions or changes
  24. (A.6.c) Reliability
  25. (A.6.d) Fairly presented
  26. (A.6.e) Information not included
  27. (A.6.f) Persuasive techniques
  1. (A.2.a) Organizational aids
  2. (A.2.b) Graphic aids
  3. (A.2.c) Informational aids
  4. (A.2.d) Print features
  5. (A.3.a) Narrative texts
  6. (A.3.b) Plot
  7. (A.3.c) Setting and mood
  8. (A.3.d) Characterization
  9. (A.3.e) Relationships
  10. (A.3.f) Characters and plot
  11. (A.3.g) Conflicts
  12. (A.3.h) Time
  13. (A.3.i) Point of view
  14. (A.4.a) Poetry structures
  15. (A.4.b) Words, lines, stanzas
  16. (A.4.c) Sound elements
  17. (A.4.d) Poetic elements
  18. (A.5.a) Structural features
  19. (A.5.b) Scenes and acts
  20. (A.5.c) Stage directions
  21. (A.5.d) Directions and dialogue
  22. (A.6.a) Main ideas and themes
  23. (A.6.b) Similar ideas and themes
  24. (A.6.c) Paraphrase
  25. (A.6.d) Summarize
  26. (A.6.e) Personal connections
  27. (A.6.f) Implications
  28. (A.7.a) Words and phrases
  29. (A.7.b) Tone
  30. (A.7.c) Figurative language
  31. (A.7.d) Sensory language
  32. (A.7.e) Repetition and exaggeration
  33. (A.8.a) Plausibility
  34. (A.8.b) Predictions
  35. (A.8.c) Historical context
  36. (A.8.d) Structure and purpose
  1. (A.2.a) Personal ideas
  2. (A.2.b) Vivid and figurative language
  3. (A.2.c) Compose to inform
  4. (A.2.d) Compose to persuade
  5. (A.2.e) Writing-to-learn
  6. (A.3.a) Revise texts
  7. (A.3.b) Edit final copies
  8. (A.4.a) Precise words
  9. (A.4.b) Connotative and denotative
  10. (A.4.c) Word choice and audience
  11. (A.5.a) Word choice
  12. (A.5.b) Reader response
  13. (A.5.c) Transitions
  14. (A.6.a) Tone
  15. (A.6.b) Justify revisions
  16. (A.7.a) Sources
  17. (A.7.b) Retrieval sources
  18. (A.7.c) Note-taking
  19. (A.7.d) Synthesize information
  20. (A.7.e) Credit sources
  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) Parentheses and dashes
  12. (C.2.c) Punctuation
  13. (C.2.d) Colons
  14. (D.2.a) Spell
  15. (D.2.b) Frequently misspelled
  16. (D.2.c) Spelling resources