OH AIR English I EOC Practice

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Reading Literary Text 30%
Reading Informational Text 40%
Writing 30%
  • Questions 4,131
  • Vocabulary Terms 261
  • Performance Tasks 337
  • Instructional Videos 109

Test Standards

Reading Literary Text
1. (RL.9-10.1)  Cite textual evidence
2. (RL.9-10.2)  Theme, summary
3. (RL.9-10.3)  Complex characters
4. (RL.9-10.4)  Meaning of words/phrases
5. (RL.9-10.5)  Author's choices
6. (RL.9-10.6)  Point of view/cultural experience
7. (RL.9-10.7)  Representations
8. (RL.9-10.9)  Source material
9. (L.9-10.4a)  Use context
10. (L.9-10.4b)  Patterns of word changes
11. (L.9-10.4cd)  Reference materials
12. (L.9-10.5a)  Figures of speech
13. (L.9-10.5b)  Nuances
Reading Informational Text
1. (RI.9-10.1)  Cite textual evidence
2. (RI.9-10.2)  Central idea
3. (RI.9-10.3 )  Ideas or events
4. (RI.9-10.4)  Meaning of words/phrases
5. (RI.9-10.5)  Author's ideas/claims
6. (RI.9-10.6)  Perspective or purpose
7. (RI.9-10.7)  Accounts of a subject
8. (RI.9-10.8)  Argument and claims
9. (RI.9-10.9 )  Seminal documents
10. (RH.9-10.1)  Source features
11. (RH.9-10.2)  Text development
12. (RH.9-10.3)  Event series
13. (RH.9-10.4)  Social studies vocab
14. (RH.9-10.5)  Structure use
15. (RH.9-10.6)  Compare perspectives
16. (RH.9-10.7)  Charts, data
17. (RH.9-10.8)  Assess support
18. (RH.9-10.9)  Compare sources
19. (RST.9-10.1)  Precise details
20. (RST.9-10.2)  Central ideas, conclusions
21. (RST.9-10.3)  Experiments, etc.
22. (RST.9-10.4)  Symbols, terms
23. (RST.9-10.5)  Relationships among concepts
24. (RST.9-10.6)  Author's purpose
25. (RST.9-10.7)  Translate information
26. (RST.9-10.8)  Claim support
27. (RST.9-10.9)  Compare findings
1. (L.9-10.1a)  Parallel structure
2. (L.9-10.1.b)  Types of phrases/clauses
3. (L.9-10.2.a)  Use a semicolon
4. (L.9-10.2.b)  Use a colon
5. (L.9-10.2.c)  Spell correctly
6. (W.9-10.1a)  Establish thesis
7. (L.9-10.3)  Edit for style
8. (W.9-10.1b)  Precise claims
9. (W.9-10.1c)  Develop claims/counterclaims
10. (W.9-10.1d)  Use words, phrases, and clauses
11. (W.9-10.1e)  Formal style & objective tone
12. (W.9-10.1f)  Concluding statement/section
13. (W.9-10.2b)  Introduce a topic
14. (W.9-10.2c)  Develop the topic
15. (W.9-10.2d)  Use transitions
16. (W.9-10.2e)  Use precise language
17. (W.9-10.2f)  Formal style/objective tone
18. (W.9-10.2g)  Concluding statement/section
19. (W.9-10.4)  Clear/coherent writing
20. (W.9-10.5)  Develop/strengthen writing
21. (W.9-10.6)  Use technology
22. (W.9-10.7)  Research projects
23. (W.9-10.8)  Relevant information


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