Washington Reading HSPE Practice

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Demonstrate Understanding9%
Summarize Text Evidence9%
Confirm Inferences9%
Understand Vocabulary9%
Understand Elements and Text Features10%
Compare and Contrast Elements9%
Make Connections9%
Analyze Usefulness9%
Analyze Author's Purpose9%
Evaluate Reasoning9%
Extend Information9%
  • Questions: 3,464
  • Two-Part Items: 8
  • Vocabulary Terms: 303
  • Performance Tasks: 115
  • Instructional Videos: 83

Test Standards

Demonstrate Understanding
1. (2.1.3.A)  Main Ideas
2. (2.1.3.B)  Theme
3. (2.1.3.C)  Titles
4. (2.1.3.D)  Main Idea
5. (2.1.3.E)  Organize Theme
Summarize Text Evidence
1. (2.1.7.A)  Informational Summary
2. (2.1.7.B)  Literary Summary
3. (2.1.7.C)  Text Summary
4. (2.1.7.D)  Organize Summary Info
Confirm Inferences
1. (2.1.5.A)  Make Inferences
2. (2.1.5.B)  Make Predictions
3. (2.1.5.C)  Read Several Accounts
4. (2.1.5.D)  Multiple Choices
5. (2.1.5.E)  Organize Information
Understand Vocabulary
1. (1.3.2.A)  Integrate New Vocabulary
2. (1.3.2.B)  Explain Meaning
3. (1.3.2.C)  Identified Word Meaning
4. (1.3.2.D)  Transfer Vocab Knowledge
Understand Elements and Text Features
1. (2.2.2.A)  Use Text Features
2. (2.2.2.B)  Electronic Info Features
3. (2.2.3.A)  Interdependence & Interaction
4. (2.2.3.B)  Recurring Themes
5. (2.2.3.C)  Story Element
6. (2.3.3.A)  Literary Devices
7. (2.3.3.B)  Multiple Choices
Compare and Contrast Elements
1. (2.3.1.A)  Compare Conclusions
2. (2.3.1.B)  Integrate Information
3. (2.3.1.C)  Character's Feelings
4. (2.4.6.A)  Concept Presented
5. (2.4.6.B)  Multiple Text Concept
6. (2.4.6.C)  Most Important Idea
Make Connections
1. (2.3.1.D)  Literary Themes
2. (2.3.1.E)  Action And Effects
Analyze Usefulness
1. (2.3.2)  Info Usefulness
2. (3.1.1)  Primary & Secondary Sources
Analyze Author's Purpose
1. (2.4.2.A)  Authors Writing Style
2. (2.4.2.B)  Draw Conclusions
3. (2.4.2.C)  Authors Language
4. (2.4.2.D)  Specific Technique
5. (2.4.2.E)  Language Registry
6. (2.4.2.F)  Use Of Language
7. (2.4.3.A)  Compare & Contrast Logic
8. (2.4.3.B)  Information Accuracy
9. (2.4.4.A)  Persuasive Vocabulary
10. (2.4.4.B)  Multiple Choices
11. (2.4.4.C)  Persuasive Strategies
Evaluate Reasoning
1. (2.4.1.A)  Draw Conclusions
2. (2.4.1.B)  Select Conclusion
3. (2.4.5.C)  Text Response
Extend Information
1. (2.4.5.A)  Generalize Universal Themes
2. (2.4.5.B)  Select Generalization