NAEP Grade 4 Reading Practice Test

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Fiction17%
Literary Nonfiction17%
Poetry17%
Expository texts17%
Argumentative and Persuasive texts16%
Procedural texts16%
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  • Vocabulary Terms: 121

Test Standards

Fiction
1. (F.1)  Themes
2. (F.2)  Morals And Lessons
3. (F.3)  Plot
4. (F.4)  Conflict And Solution
5. (F.5)  Resolution
6. (F.6)  Setting
7. (F.7)  Characterization
8. (F.8)  Dialogue
9. (F.9)  Exaggeration
10. (F.10)  Figurative Language
Literary Nonfiction
1. (LNF.1)  Description
2. (LNF.2)  Cause And Effect
3. (LNF.3)  Comparison
4. (LNF.4)  Chronology
5. (LNF.5)  Point Of View
6. (LNF.6)  Themes/central Ideas
7. (LNF.7)  Supporting Ideas
8. (LNF.8)  Logical Connections
9. (LNF.9)  Transitions
10. (LNF.10)  Diction And Word Choice
11. (LNF.11)  Character Introduction
12. (LNF.12)  Exaggeration
13. (LNF.13)  Figurative Language
Poetry
1. (P.1)  Organization
2. (P.2)  Repetition And Omission
3. (P.3)  Dialogue
4. (P.4)  Lines And Patterns
5. (P.5)  Rhyme And Rhythm
6. (P.6)  Mood
7. (P.7)  Themes And Intent
8. (P.8)  Diction And Word Choice
9. (P.9)  Form And Purpose
10. (P.10)  Exaggeration
11. (P.11)  Imagery
12. (P.12)  Figurative Language
Expository texts
1. (E.1)  Organization
2. (E.2)  Description
3. (E.3)  Sequence
4. (E.4)  Cause And Effect
5. (E.5)  Problem And Solution
6. (E.6)  Compare And Contrast
7. (E.7)  Point Of View
8. (E.8)  Topic, Central Ideas
9. (E.9)  Supporting Ideas
10. (E.10)  Graphic Features
11. (E.11)  Transitional, Signal Words
12. (E.12)  Voice
13. (E.13)  Figurative And Rhetorical Features
Argumentative and Persuasive texts
1. (AP.1)  Description
2. (AP.2)  Sequence
3. (AP.3)  Cause And Effect
4. (AP.4)  Problem And Solution
5. (AP.5)  Compare And Contrast
6. (AP.6)  Perspective, Position
7. (AP.7)  Topic, Central Ideas
8. (AP.8)  Supporting Ideas
9. (AP.9)  Contrasting Views
10. (AP.10)  Presentation
11. (AP.11)  Graphic Features
12. (AP.12)  Transitional, Signal Words
13. (AP.13)  Voice
14. (AP.14)  Figurative And Rhetorical Features
Procedural texts
1. (PR.1)  Description And Procedures
2. (PR.2)  Sequence
3. (PR.3)  Text Features
4. (PR.4)  Graphic Features