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  • Questions 5,680
  • Vocabulary Terms 234
  • Performance Tasks 308
  • Instructional Videos 115

Test Standards

  1. (I.3.2) Examine contexts
  2. (I.3.3) Gather information
  3. (I.3.4) Organize, synthesize, communicate
  1. (5.1) Cite textual evidence
  2. (6.1) Theme
  3. (7.1) Common theme
  4. (7.2) Historical/cultural traditions
  5. (8.1) Characters
  6. (9.1) Meaning of words/phrases
  7. (10.1) Context clues
  8. (11.1) Author's perspective
  9. (12.1) Analyze author's choices
  10. (12.2) TIme and events
  1. (5.1) Textual evidence
  2. (6.1) Central idea
  3. (7.1) Mediums
  4. (8.1) Meaning of words/phrases
  5. (8.2) Text features
  6. (9.1) Context clues
  7. (10.1) Point of view/purpose
  8. (11.1) Author's ideas/claims
  9. (11.2) Analyze and evaluate
  1. (1.1a) Precise claims
  2. (1.1b) Relevant information
  3. (1.1c) Credibility
  4. (1.1d) Organizational structure
  5. (1.1e) Develop claims/counterclaims
  6. (1.1f) Develop and strengthen
  7. (1.1g) Quote or paraphrase
  8. (1.1h) Avoid fallacies
  9. (1.1ij) Conclude and call
  10. (2.1ab) Introduce and source
  11. (2.1c) Organize ideas
  12. (2.1d) Credibility
  13. (2.1e) Formatting, graphics
  14. (2.1f) Develop the topic
  15. (2.1g) Quote or paraphrase
  16. (2.1h) Develop and strengthen
  17. (2.1i) Link text sections
  18. (2.1j) Use precise language
  19. (2.1k) Formal style/objective tone
  20. (2.1l) Concluding statement/section
  21. (3.1ab) Engage/orient the reader
  22. (3.1c) Narrative techniques
  23. (3.1d) Sequence events
  24. (3.1e) Develop and strengthen
  25. (3.1f) Precise words/phrases
  26. (3.1g) Provide a conclusion
  27. (4.1a) Parallel structure
  28. (4.1b) Gerunds, infinitives, participles
  29. (4.1c) Active and passive verbs
  30. (4.1d) Verb moods
  31. (4.1e) Use phrases
  32. (5.2a) Use a semicolon
  33. (5.2b) Use a colon
  34. (5.2c) Use commas
  1. (4.1) POV, reasoning, rhetoric
  2. (4.2) Appeals
  3. (4.3) Repetition, questions
  4. (5.1) Audience, objections
  5. (5.2) Audience impact