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					                                          Reading Grade 10 FCAT 2.0 - Vocabulary
          Level 5                   Level 4              Level 3             Level 2                               Level 1
    1. Use context clues to   1. Use context clues to   1. Use context clues to   1. Use context clues to   1. Performance at this
       determine the             determine the             determine the             determine the             level indicates an
       meaning of an             meaning of an             meaning of an             meaning of an             inadequate level of
       unfamiliar word           unfamiliar word           unfamiliar word           unfamiliar word           success with the
    2. Analyze word           2. Analyze word           2. Analyze word           2. Analyze word              challenging content of
       structure (prefixes,      structure (prefixes,      structure (prefixes,      structure (prefixes,      the Next Generation
       suffixes, and root        suffixes, and root        suffixes, and root        suffixes, and root        Sunshine State
       words) to determine       words) to determine       words) to                 words) to determine       Standards for reading
       meaning                   meaning                   determine meaning         meaning
    3. Analyze words and      3. Analyze words and      3. Analyze words and      3. Analyze words and
       phrases derived           phrases derived           phrases derived           phrases derived
       from other                from other                from other                from other
       languages to              languages to              languages to              languages to
       determine meaning         determine meaning         determine meaning         determine meaning
    4. Analyze advanced       4. Analyze advanced       4. Analyze words,         4. Analyze words,
       words and phrases         words and phrases         phrases, and word         phrases, and word
       and word                  and word                  relationships to          relationships to
       relationships to          relationships to          determine meaning         determine meaning
       determine meaning         determine meaning
    5. Analyze the context    5. Analyze the context    5. Analyze the context    5. Analyze the context
       surrounding a word        surrounding a word        surrounding a word        surrounding a word
       with multiple             with multiple             with multiple             with multiple
       meanings to               meanings to               meanings to               meanings to
       determine the             determine the             determine the             determine the
       correct meaning of        correct meaning of        correct meaning of        correct meaning of
       the word                  the word                  the word                  the word




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                                        Reading Grade 10 FCAT 2.0 - Reading Application
         Level 5                       Level 4              Level 3                 Level 2                                   Level 1
 1. Identify and analyze       1. Identify and analyze       1. Identify the author's      1. Identify the author's     1. Performance at this
    the author's purpose,         the author's purpose,         purpose, perspective,         purpose, perspective,        level indicates an
    perspective, and bias         perspective, and bias         and bias                      and bias                     inadequate level of
    and understand how                                                                                                     success with the
    they affect meaning                                                                                                    challenging content
 2. Analyze and interpret      2. Analyze a stated or        2. Determine a stated or      2. Determine a stated or        of the Next
    a stated or implied           implied main idea             implied main idea             implied main idea            Generation
    main idea                                                                                                              Sunshine State
 3. Evaluate and               3. Analyze a summary          3. Identify a summary         3. Identify a summary           Standards for
    synthesize a summary          statement                     statement                     statement                    reading
    statement
 4. Evaluate and               4. Analyze and evaluate       4. Identify relevant          4. Identify relevant
    synthesize relevant           relevant details              details                       details
    details
 5. Draw logical               5. Draw logical               5. Draw logical               5. Draw logical
    conclusions and make          conclusions and make          conclusions and make          conclusions and make
    appropriate inferences        appropriate inferences        appropriate inferences        appropriate inferences
 6. Analyze and evaluate       6. Analyze details to         6. Use details to make a      6. Use details to make a
    details to make a             make a plausible              plausible prediction          plausible prediction
    plausible prediction          prediction
 7. Analyze and discern        7. Analyze implied cause-     7. Identify cause-and-        7. Identify cause-and-
    implied cause-and-            and-effect                    effect relationships          effect relationships
    effect relationships          relationships
 8. Evaluate text              8. Analyze text               8. Identify text              8. Identify text
    structures/organizatio        structures/organizatio        structures/organizatio        structures/organizatio
    nal patterns (e.g.,           nal patterns (e.g.,           nal patterns (e.g.,           nal patterns (e.g.,
    comparison/contrast,          comparison/contrast,          comparison/contrast,          comparison/contrast,
    cause/effect,                 cause/effect,                 cause/effect,                 cause/effect,
    chronological order,          chronological order,          chronological order,          chronological order,
    argument/support,             argument/support,             argument/support,             argument/support,
    definition/explanation,       definition/explanation,       definition/explanation,       definition/explanation,
    question/answer,              question/answer,              question/answer,              question/answer,
    listing/description) and      listing/description) and      listing/description) and      listing/description)
    determine their impact        determine their impact        determine their impact
    on meaning                    on meaning                    on meaning
 9. Analyze and evaluate       9. Analyze similarities       9. Identify similarities      9. Identify similarities
    similarities and              and differences               and differences               and differences
    differences between           between text elements         between text elements         between text elements
    text elements




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                             Reading Grade 10 FCAT 2.0 - Literary Analysis: Fiction and Nonfiction
           Level 5                     Level 4                 Level 3                 Level 2                                 Level 1
  1. Identify, analyze, and       1. Identify, analyze, and      1. Identify and analyze      1. Identify and analyze      1. Performance at
     interpret how literary          interpret how literary         how literary elements        how literary elements        this level
     elements (e.g., theme,          elements (e.g., theme,         (e.g., theme,                (e.g., theme,                indicates an
     character development,          character                      character                    character                    inadequate level
     character point of view,        development,                   development,                 development,                 of success with
     setting, plot                   character point of             character point of           character point of           the challenging
     development, conflict,          view, setting, plot            view, setting, plot          view, setting, plot          content of the
     resolution) contribute          development, conflict,         development, conflict,       development,                 Next Generation
     to and affect meaning           resolution) contribute         resolution) contribute       conflict, and                Sunshine State
                                     to and affect meaning          to and affect meaning        resolution) contribute       Standards for
                                                                                                 to and affect meaning        reading
  2. Identify, analyze,           2. Identify, analyze,          2. Identify and analyze      2. Identify and analyze
     interpret, and evaluate         interpret, and                 the author's use of          the author's use of
     the author's use of             evaluate the author's          descriptive language         descriptive language
     descriptive language            use of descriptive             (e.g., tone, irony,          (e.g., tone, irony,
     (e.g., tone, irony, mood,       language (e.g., tone,          mood, imagery,               mood, imagery,
     imagery, alliteration,          irony, mood, imagery,          alliteration,                alliteration,
     onomatopoeia, allusion)         alliteration,                  onomatopoeia,                onomatopoeia,
     and figurative language         onomatopoeia,                  allusion) and                allusion) and
     (e.g., symbolism,               allusion) and figurative       figurative language          figurative language
     metaphor,                       language (e.g.,                (e.g., symbolism,            (e.g., symbolism,
     personification,                symbolism, metaphor,           metaphor,                    metaphor,
     hyperbole, pun) and             personification,               personification,             personification,
     determine how the               hyperbole, pun) and            hyperbole, pun) and          hyperbole, pun) and
     author's word choice            determine how the              determine how the            determine how the
     impacts meaning                 author's word choice           author's word choice         author's word choice
                                     impacts meaning                impacts meaning              impacts meaning
  3. Analyze, evaluate, and       3. Analyze and evaluate        3. Locate and analyze        3. Locate and use
     synthesize information          information from a             information from a           information from a
     from a variety of text          variety of text features       variety of text              variety of text
     features (e.g., titles,         (e.g., titles, subtitles,      features (e.g., titles,      features (e.g., titles,
     subtitles, headings,            headings, sections,            subtitles, headings,         subtitles, headings,
     sections, charts, tables,       charts, tables, graphs,        sections, charts,            sections, charts,
     graphs, illustrations,          illustrations, maps,           tables, graphs,              tables, graphs,
     maps, diagrams,                 diagrams, captions,            illustrations, maps,         illustrations, maps,
     captions, italicized text,      italicized text, text          diagrams, captions,          diagrams, captions,
     text boxes) to                  boxes) to determine            italicized text, text        italicized text, text
     determine meaning               meaning                        boxes) to determine          boxes) to determine
                                                                    meaning                      meaning




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                              Reading Grade 10 FCAT 2.0 - Informational Text and Research Process
         Level 5                      Level 4                Level 3              Level 2                                       Level 1
  1. Analyze, evaluate,          1. Analyze and evaluate     1. Locate and analyze         1. Locate and use             1. Performance at this
     and synthesize                 information from a          information from a            information from a            level indicates an
     information from a             variety of text             variety of text               variety of text               inadequate level of
     variety of text                features (e.g.,             features (e.g.,               features (e.g.,               success with the
     features (e.g.,                headings,                   headings,                     headings,                     challenging content of
     headings,                      subheadings,                subheadings,                  subheadings,                  the Next Generation
     subheadings,                   sections, titles,           sections, titles,             sections, titles,             Sunshine State
     sections, titles,              subtitles, charts,          subtitles, charts,            subtitles, charts,            Standards for reading
     subtitles, charts,             tables, maps,               tables, maps,                 tables, maps,
     tables, maps,                  diagrams, captions,         diagrams, captions,           diagrams, captions,
     diagrams, captions,            illustrations, graphs,      illustrations, graphs,        illustrations, graphs,
     illustrations, graphs,         italicized text, text       italicized text, text         italicized text, text
     italicized text, text          boxes) to determine         boxes) to determine           boxes) to determine
     boxes) to determine            meaning                     meaning                       meaning
     meaning
  2. Synthesize                  2. Synthesize               2. Synthesize                 2. Synthesize
     information by                 information by              information by                information by
     identifying                    identifying                 identifying                   identifying
     relationships among            relationships among         relationships among           relationships among
     ideas                          ideas                       ideas                         ideas
  3. Analyze and evaluate        3. Analyze and evaluate     3. Snalyze and evaluate       3. Analyze and evaluate
     information by                 information by              information by                information by
     utilizing evidence             utilizing evidence          utilizing evidence            utilizing evidence
     from the text                  from the text               from the text                 from the text
  4. Evaluate the validity       4. Evaluate the validity    4. Determine the              4. Determine the
     and reliability of             and reliability of          validity and reliability      validity and reliability
     information by                 information by              of information by             of information by
     locating supporting            locating supporting         locating supporting           locating supporting
     facts and analyzing            facts and analyzing         facts and analyzing           facts and analyzing
     the development of             the development of          the development of            the development of
     an argument(s)                 an argument(s)              an argument(s)                an argument(s)




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