recalling correct ways to use comparative adjectives and adverbs by a4Ez2u0

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									                                                                Grade 4 Language

 Proficiency                                    WKCE-CRT Proficiency Level Descriptions and Scale Score Ranges
   Level
Advanced        Students at the Advanced level demonstrate in-depth understanding of academic knowledge and skills tested on the WKCE by:
                 identifying an appropriate topic for writing and using pre-writing strategies
308 and above    including sentences that support an idea or topic when writing a short paragraph
                 sequencing ideas in a paragraph to achieve logic and coherence and identifying ideas that do not belong in a paragraph
                 combining ideas in sentences appropriately
                 identifying and correctly editing several errors in grammar, capitalization, or punctuation in a paragraph with multiple errors and
                   correcting common errors in pronoun usage
                 identifying correct subject-verb agreement and maintaining consistent verb tense in a paragraph s
                 combining helping and main verbs appropriately

Proficient      Students at the Proficient level demonstrate competency in the academic knowledge and skills tested on the WKCE by:
                 selecting an appropriate topic sentence for a brief paragraph and identifying sentences that develop a topic sentence
277–307          identifying and correctly editing errors in grammar, capitalization, or punctuation
                 distinguishing between complete sentences and fragments and editing a fragment correctly to make a complete sentence
                 using correct subject–verb agreement
                 using comparative adjectives and adverbs correctly
Basic           Students at the Basic level demonstrate some academic knowledge and skills tested on the WKCE by:
                 using correct pronoun–verb agreement
252–276          identifying at least one error in grammar, capitalization, or punctuation in a paragraph with multiple errors
                 writing a few sentences using complete sentences and conventions of written English that are mostly correct
                 recalling correct ways to use comparative adjectives and adverbs
                 selecting an appropriate supporting sentence for a short paragraph
                 writing a short response that includes some supporting explanation
                 identifying some errors in grammar, capitalization, or punctuation in a paragraph with multiple errors
                 substituting an appropriate pronoun for the subject of a sentence and using possessive pronouns correctly

Minimal         Students at the Minimal Performance level demonstrate very limited academic knowledge and skills tested on the WKCE.
Performance

251 and below

								
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