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GED Standards Correlation to TABE Assessment and Contemporary's Full-Length Diagnostic Test Form CD 1 Language Arts Writing, Part 1 Contemporary's Full Length Diagnostic Test Content Area: Sentence Structure Form CD 1 1. The learner will identify a complete sentence. 48 2. The learner will distinguish between a complete 4,48 sentence and a sentence fragment. 3. The learner will recognize and correct a sentence 4,48 fragment. 4. The learner will recognize and correct a run-on 18,25 sentence. 5. The learner will recognize and correct a 18,25 comma-splice. 6. The learner will combine independent clauses to 4,48 form a compound sentence. 7. The learner will use subordination to form a 12,29,33 complex sentence. 8. The learner will recognize and correct misplaced 13,38 modifiers. 9. The learner will recognize and correct dangling 13,38 modifiers. 10. The learner will recognize and correct errors in 1,7,42 parallel structure. Language Arts Writing, Part 1 Contemporary's Full Length Diagnostic Test Content Area: Organization Form CD 1 1. The learner will recognize a unified and coherent 2,10,27,36 paragraph. 2. The learner will recognize the main idea and 32,41 supporting details in a paragraph. 3. The learner will recognize and properly place a 32,41 topic sentence in a paragraph. 4. The learner will recognize and properly place 32,41 supporting details in a paragraph. 5. The learner will recognize the role of transitions 2,10,27,36 in the logical flow of ideas in Paragraphs and documents. 6. The learner will remove, revise, or edit sentences 2,10,27,36 that do not contribute to the coherence of the paragraph. 7. The learner will combine related ideas into one 4,48 effective paragraph. 8. The learner will divide documents into appropriate 11,44 paragraphs. Language Arts Writing, Part 1 Contemporary's Full Length Diagnostic Test Content Area: Usage Form CD 1 1.The learner will apply the subject and verb number 5,9,23,39,49 agreement rules: a. Select subjects and verbs with interrupting items. b. Select subjects and verbs with inverted structures. c. Select the appropriate verb for a collective noun. 2. The learner will apply the verb tense rules. 17,24,31,37,43,47 a. Recognize and correct errors in sequence of tenses. b. Select tense using context clues. c. Recognize and correct errors in regular and irregular verb forms. 3. The learner will apply the pronoun reference rules. 16,40,45,50 4. The learner will select the appropriate pronoun forms 16,45,50 for subjects and objects. 5. The learner will recognize and correct vague or 16 ambiguous pronoun references. 6. The learner will recognize and correct faulty 16,40,45,50 agreement between pronouns and antecedents. Language Arts Writing, Part 1 Contemporary's Full Length Diagnostic Test Content Area: Writing mechanics Form CD 1 1. The learner will apply the rules of capitalization for: 8,21,34 a. Proper nouns and proper adjectives b. Days of the week, months of the year and seasons c. Titles 2. Apply the rules for comma usage to 3,15,22,28 a. Separate list of items in a series. b. Separate independent clauses joined by a conjunction c. Separate introductory elements from the rest of a sentence. d. Separate non-restrictive appositives from the rest of the sentence. e. Eliminate unneccessary commas. 3. The learner will choose the correct spelling for 6,14,20,30,35 commonly used words to: a. Spell singular and plural possessive nouns with the appropriate use of an apostophe. b. Spell possessive nouns. c. Identify correct use of apostophes in contractions d. Differentiate between or among frequently confused homonyms. Language Arts Writing, Part II Contemporary's Full Length Diagnostic Test Content Area: Essay Form CD 1 1. The learner will use pre-writing strategies to Refer to"Learning to Write" sections in Contemporary's generate and gather ideas for writing. GED Language Arts, Writing text 2. The learner will organize ideas for writing to Refer to "Expanding Ideas" section in Contemporary's a. Present a main idea that addresses the prompt GED Language Arts, Writing text. b. Develop supporting ideas c. Establish a clear and logical organization 3. The learner will develop a well-balanced essay using Refer to "Expanding Ideas" section in Contemporary's substantial and concrete support incorporating GED Language Arts, Writing text. a. Personal observations b. Relevant explanations c. Specific details/examples 4. The learner will control sentence structure and Refer to "Looking at Language" sections in observe the conventions of Edited American English. Contemporary's GED Language Arts, Writing text. 5. The learner will exhibit varied and precise word Refer to "Looking at Language" sections in choices. Contemporary's GED Language Arts, Writing text. GED Standards Correlation to Contemporary's Full-Length Diagnostic Test Form CD 1 Language Arts, Reading Contemporary's Full Length Diagnostic Test Form CD 1 Content Area: Prose Fiction 1. The learner will identify the stated or inferred main 21 idea. 2. The learner will rephrase the main idea. 21 3. The learner will identify the supporting details. 7,12,20,21,35 4. The learner will draw conclusions from specific 30 information. 5. The learner will recognize cause and effect. 16 6. The learner will compare and contrast. 35,40 7. The learner will identify elements of the plot. 27,38,39 8. The learner will determine narrator's viewpoint. 29,36 9. The learner will interpret tone, mood, and style. 29,36 Language Arts, Reading continued Contemporary's Full Length Diagnostic Test Form CD 1 Content Area: Prose Fiction 10. The learner will analyze character traits and 23 motivation. 11. The learner will identify and interpret figurative 11 language, symbols, and imagery. 12. The learner will determine the meaning of unfamiliar 11,14,18 words through context and word analysis. 13. The learner will integrate information in the text with information outside the text. 10 Language Arts, Reading Contemporary's Full Length Diagnostic Test Form CD 1 Content Area: Poetry 1. The learner will identify the stated or inferred main 13,15 idea. 2. The learner will rephrase the main idea. 13,15 3. The learner will identify supporting details. 169,10,22 Language Arts, Reading Contemporary's Full Length Diagnostic Test Form CD 1 4. The learner will draw conclusions from specific 9,10,22 information. 5. The learner will recognize cause and effect. 30 6. The learner will compare and contrast. 9 7. The learner will identify elements of the plot. 8. The learner will determine narrator's viewpoint. 33 9. The learner will interpret tone, mood, and style. 10. The learner will analyze character traits and 23 motivation. 11. The learner will identify and interpret figurative 11,14,18 language, symbols, and imagery. 12. The learner will determine the meaning of unfamiliar 14,18 words through context and word analysis. 13. The learner will integrate information in the poem 13,15 with information outside the poem. 14. The learner will recognize the effect of rhythm and 16 rhyme. 15. The learner will identify structural elements such as 17 stanza and line . Language Arts, Reading Contemporary's Full Length Diagnostic Test Form CD 1 Content Area: Drama 1. The learner will identify the stated or inferred main 1,4,5,6 idea in a variety of dramatic selections. 2. The learner will rephrase the main idea in a variety 1,4,5,6 of dramatic selections. 3. The learner will identify the supporting details in a 1.4.5.6 variety of dramatic selections. 4. The learner will draw conclusions from specific 1,2 information in a variet of dramatic selections. 5. The learner will recognize cause and effect in a 1,4,5,6 variety of dramatic selections. 6. The learner will compare and contrast in a variety of 1,4,5,6 dramatic selections. 7. The learner will identify elements in a plot in a variety 1,4,5,6 of dramatic selections. Language Arts, Reading continued Contemporary's Full Length Diagnostic Test Form CD 1 8. The learner will determine narrator's point of view in 3,5,6 a variety of dramatic selections. 9. The learner will interpret tone, mood, and style in a 1,4,5,6 variety of dramatic selections. 10. The learner will analyze character traits and 1,4,5,6 motivation in a variety of dramatic selections. 11. The learner will identify and interpret figurative 14,18 language, symbols, and imagery in a variety of dramatic selections. 12. The learner will determine the meaning of unfamiliar 1,4,5,6 words through context and word analysis in a variety of dramatic selections. 13. The learner will integrate information in the text with 4 information outside the text in a variety of dramatic selections. 14. The learner will read, comprehend, and analyze in 1,4,5,6 a variety of dramatic selections. 15. The learner will draw conclusions about 1,2 characterization from scripting and staging in a variety of dramatic selections 16. The learner will recognize the form of dramatic text 1,4,5,6 (eg., stage directions and dialogue prompts) in a variety of dramatic selections. Language Arts, Reading Contemporary's Full Length Diagnostic Test Form CD 1 Content Area: Non-Fiction Nonfiction-Business 25,26,27,28,29 1. The learner will identify the author's purpose, style, Nonfiction-Zinformational 36,37,38,39,40 and intended audience in a variety of nonfiction materials. 2. The learner will recognize the organizational Nonfiction-Business 25,26,27,28,29 structure used to present ideas in a variety of Nonfiction-Zinformational 36,37,38,39,40 nonfiction materials. 3. The learner will locate relevant information in a Nonfiction-Business 25,26,27,28,29 variety of nonfiction materials. Nonfiction-Zinformational 36,37,38,39,40 4. The learner will summarize the main points and Nonfiction-Business 25,26,27,28,29 supporting details in a variety of nonfiction materials. Nonfiction-Zinformational 36,37,38,39,40 5. The learner will recognize author's bias and Nonfiction-Business 25,26,27,28,29 assumptions in a variety of nonfiction materials. Nonfiction-Zinformational 36,37,38,39,40 6. The learner will draw conclusions based on the Nonfiction-Business 25,26,27,28,29 details presented in an article in a variety of nonfiction Nonfiction-Zinformational 36,37,38,39,40 materials. 7. The learner will apply information to new situations Nonfiction-Business 25,26,27,28,29 in a variety of nonfiction materials. Nonfiction-Zinformational 36,37,38,39,40 8. The learner will compare and contrast ideas in a Nonfiction-Business 25,26,27,28,29 variety of nonfiction materials. Nonfiction-Zinformational 36,37,38,39,40 9. The learner will integrate information in the text with Nonfiction-Business 25,26,27,28,29 information outside the text in a variety of nonfiction Nonfiction-Zinformational 36,37,38,39,40 materials. 10. The learner will define terms using context clues Nonfiction-Business 25,26,27,28,29 and word analysis in a variety of nonfiction materials. Nonfiction-Zinformational 36,37,38,39,40 GED Standards Correlation to TABE Assessment and Contemporary's Full-Length Diagnostic Test Form CD 1 Mathematics Content Area: Math and Number Sense TABE Correlation Form 9 E M D A 1. The learner will demonstrate fluency with basic 2.8 Percents 23,30,32, 6,17,31,35, operations: i.e., carry out basic arithmetic operations Percents 38,40,2 38,44 accurately and recognize the relationships of the operations to each other, such as inverse operations. 3.1 Number and Number Operations a) Using a calculator Ratio, Proportion 16 41,43 b) Mental Math c) Pencil and paper 3.1 Number and Number Operations Compare, Order 8 6 3.3 Estimation Estimation 36,43,44 14,19,28 15,50 9,11,26 3.1 Number and Number Operations Exponents, Scientific Notation 50 2.10 Algebraic Operations Computation with square roots & 9,32 radicals 2.1 Addition of whole numbers 1,2,4,21,5, 7,1,2,9,3, 7,9,13,18 5 2.2 Subtraction of whole numbers 3,6,8,11 4,11,17, 14,26,35, 14,25,27 37 2.3 Multiplication of whole numbers 10,12,15,17, 8,12,15, 3,7,5,11, 19,22,27, 18,6,10,26 15 29 2.4 Division of whole numbers 28,31,33,40, 20,22,28, 6,16,4,8, 24,34,36,38 39,32,35 22 3.1 Number and number operations Equivalent Forms 2 10,48 9 42 2.9 Order of Operations O.of O. 13,28,33, 36,40 Mathematics TABE Correlation Form 9 E M D A 2. The learner will select and apply a correct operation 3.9 Problem Solving and Reasoning or procedure, including the discerning relevant Solve Problem 27,38,40 13,32 31 7,10,27 information necessary to solve a practical problem, including simple and multi-step problems. Identify missing/extra information 45 29 23,49 3. The learner will use estimation as a strategy to 3.3 Estimation solve a problem. Estimation 36,43,44 14,19,28 15,50 9,11,26 4.The learner will apply the concept of place value 3.1 Number and Number Operations in a practical context Place Values 18 22 6 5. The learner will determine equivalent relationships 3.1 Number and number operations between fractions, decimals, and percents and convert Equivalent Forms 2 10,48 9 42 between forms. 6. The learner will solve practical problems using 3.9 Problem Solving and Reasoning rational numbers (whole numbers, fractions, and Solve Problem 27,38,40 13,32 31 7,10,27 decimals) and percents. 7. The learner will set up and solve a variety of 3.4 Measurement problems involving rates. Rate 1 8. The learner will set up a ratio to represent a 3.1 Number and Number Operations 16 41,43 comparison and use appropriate notations of ratio Ratio, Proportion (a/b, a:b, a to b) 9. The learner will solve a variety of practical problems 3.1 Number and Number Operations 16 41,43 by setting up proportions and solving them. Ratio, Proportion 10. The learner will compare and order numbers, 3.1 Number and Number Operations including whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and Compare, Order 8 6 signed numbers, as they relate to the number line. 3.1 Number and Number Operations Number Line 8 1 Continued: TABE Correlation Form 9 E M D A 11. The learner will apply rules in order to solve Not assessed on TABE practical problems involving basic operations with signed numbers 12. The learner will evaluate complex expressions 2.9 Order of Operations using the order of operations. O.of O. 13,28,33, 36,40 13. The learner will evaluate numerical expressions 3.1 Number and Number Operations containing exponents and roots. Exponents, Scientific Notation 50 2.10 Algebraic Operations Computation with square roots & 9,32 radicals 14. The learner will decide whether or not there is 3.9 Problem Solving and Reasoning sufficient information to solve a problem. Identify missing/extra information 45 29 23,49 15. The learner will use a variety of problem-solving 3.9 Problem Solving and Reasoning and test-taking strategies: working backward, guess Evaluate Solution 42 5 and check, substituting simpler numbers, recognizing patterns, estimating and evaluating reasonableness Model problem situation, Solution 18 8 of answers. 16. The learner will provide answers in various formats: Not assessed on TABE multiple choice, standard grid, coordinate plane grid. Mathematics Content Area: Algebra, Functions, and Patterns 1. The learner will analyze and represent a situation 3.8 Patterns, Functions, Algebra involving variable quantities with a written expression Variable, Expression, Equation 20 13,32 12,19 or equation. 2. The learner will use tabular, symbolic, graphical, 3.8 Patterns, Functions, Algebra verbal, or physical representations to analyze a set of Number Pattern 3,33 2 24,48 data for the existence of a pattern. Geometric Pattern 29 13 Continued: TABE Correlation Form 9 E M D A 3. The learner will substitute numbers for the variables 3.8 Patterns, Functions, Algebra in an expression and evaluate, including familiar and Variable, Expression, Equation 20 13,32 12,19 unfamiliar formulas. 4. The learner will perform basic operations on 3.8 Patterns, Functions, Algebra expressions containing variables. Variable, Expression, Equation 20 13,32 12,19 5. The learner will solve linear equations and 3.8 Patterns, Functions, Algebra inequalities (including multi-step equations and Inequality 22 20,47 and formulas) by applying the properties of equality and inequality. Linear Equation 47 49 6. The learner will find square roots by recognizing 2.10 Algebraic Operations perfect squares, by approximating the square root of Computation with roots and radicals 9,32 any whole number less than 200, and by using the scientific calculator as a tool. 7. The learner will use the rules of exponents to 3.1 Number and Number Operations simplify expressions. Exponents, Scientific Notation 50 8. The learner will convert between different 3.6 Data Analysis representations of a function :a table of values, an Bar, Line, Circle Graph 41, 42 40 20,35,36 33,34 equation, a graph, or a verbal description. Table, Chart, Diagram 21,23,31,32 4,11,26 27 17,18 Conclusions from Data 37 7,12,42 21 28,35 9. The learner will calculate the slope of a line when Not assessed on TABE given the coordinates of two points on the line, the equation of the line, or the graph of the line. 10. The learner will analyze and use functional 2.0 Algebraic Operations relationships (linear, quadratic, and exponential), Computation with exponents 11 recognize the general shape of their graphs, and relate them to data sets. 3.9 Problem Solving and Reasoning Model problem situation, Solution 18 8 Mathematics TABE Correlation Form 9 E M D A Content Area: Data Analysis, Probability, and Statistics 1. The learner will solve problems involving the Not assessed on TABE measures of central tendency (mean, median, and mode) and the range of a set of data. 2. The learner will predict the effect of changing the Not assessed on TABE data set on the measures of central tendency. 3. The learner will analyze data to identify trends. Not assessed on TABE 4. The learner will construct an appropriate graph to 3.6 Data Analysis represent a given data set. Bar, Line, Circle Graph 41,42 40 20,35,36 33,34 5. The learner will find and interpret information and use 3.9 Problem Solving and Reasoning it to solve problems and evaluate arguments based on Model problem situation, Solution 18 8 the data. Data will be presented in various forms of charts and graphs. This includes recognizing sampling 3.6 Data Analysis errors and bias. Bar, Line, Circle Graph 41,42 40 20,35,36 33,34 Table, Chart, Diagram 21,23,31,32 4,11,26 27 17,18 6. The learner will make comparisons, predictions, and 3. Applied Mathematics inferences, using information displayed in tables, Compare, Order 8 6 frequency distributions, scatter plots, line, bar, circle, and picture graphs. 3.6 Data Analysis Bar, Line, Circle Graph 41,42 40 20,35,36 33,34 Table, Chart, Diagram 21,23,31,32 4,11,26 27 17,18 Conclusions from Data 37 7,12,41 21 28,35 7. The learner will determine correlation and distinguish Not Assessed on TABE it from causation. 8. The learner will analyze a problem situation and 3.7 Statistics and Probability determine the probability of an event occurring. This Probability 47,48 49,50 17,25 4,21 includes recognizing the difference between indepen- dent and dependent events 3.9 Problem Solving and Reasoning Model Problem situation, Solution 18 8 Evaluate Solution 42 5 Mathematics TABE Correlation Form 9 E M D A 9. The learner will represent the probability of an event 2.8 Percents as a ratio or as a percent between 0% and 100%. Percents 23,30,32, 6,17,31,35, 38,40 38 3.1 Number and Number Operations Ratio, Proportion 16 41,43 10. The learner will identify the number of possible 3.1 Number and Number Operations combinations of several objects using either a tree Counting 26 diagram or the fundamental basic counting principle. Not Assessed on TABE Mathematics TABE Correlation Form 9 E M D A Content Area: Measurement and Geometry 1.The learner will read and interpret measuring devices. 3.4 Measurement Appropriate tool. 20 Use ruler. 37 Appropriate Unit. 4 35 30 2. The learner will convert measurements within a 3.4 Measurement measurement system as part of solving a problem. Convert Measurement Units 12 3. The learner will apply the concepts of line and angle 3.5 Geometry and Spatial Sense relationships to solve problems, e.g. parallelism, Point, Ray, Line, Plane 10 32 perpendicularity, complementary and supplementary Parallel, Perpendicular 24,25 angles, congruence and similarity of figures. Congruence, Similarity 10,22 3,9 4. The learner will define properties of plane figures to 3.5 Geometry and Spatial Sense solve practical problems. Plane Figure 13 33 5. The learner will determine if geometric figures are 3.5 Geometry and Spatial Sense similar and write proportions to express the relation- Congruence, Similarity 10,22 3,9 ships between corresponding parts of similar figures. 3.1 Number and Number Operations Ratio, Proportion 16 41,43 6. The learner will determine if a problem situation 3.4 Measurement involving geometric figures represents the application of Perimeter 45 41 36 perimeter, circumference, area or volume. Area 40 38 Circumference 46 Volume 23 Mathematics TABE Correlation Form 9 E M D A 7. The learner will solve and estimate solutions to 3.4 Measurement problems involving perimeter, circumference, areas, Circumference 46 or volume. Area 40 38 Volume 23 Perimeter 45 41 36 3.9 Problem Solving and reasoning Solve Problem 27,38,40 13,32 31 7,10,27 Model Problem situation, Solution 18 8 8. The learner will predict the effect of changing a linear 3.8 Patterns, Functions, Algebra dimension on perpendicular, area, or volume. Linear Equation 47 49 Variable ,Expression, Equation 20 13,32 12,19 3.9 Problem Solving and Reasoning Model Problem Situation, Solution 18 8 3.5 Geometry and Spatial Sense Parallel, Perpendicular 24,25 3.4 Measurement Area 40 38 Volume 23 9. The learner will identify and plot ordered pairs on a 3.5 Geometry and Spatial Sense coordinate plane. Coordinate Geometry 48 31,37,40 10. The learner will transform (rotate, slide or flip) a 3.5 Geometry and Spatial Sense geometric figure represented on a coordinate plane. Coordinate Geometry 48 31,37,40 Visualization, Spatial Reasoning 30 Transformations 34 39 11. The learner will find, interpret, and use the slope Not Assessed on TABE and y-intercept of a line and point of intersection of two lines. 12. The learner will recognize when the Pythagorean Not Assessed on TABE relationship applies and use it to solve problems. GED Standards Correlation to TABE Assessment Contemporary's Full Length Diagnostic Test Form CD 1 Social Studies Content Area: History Contemporary's Full Length Diagnostic Test Form CD 1 1. The learner will use a variety of methods and 4,6,7,16,17,22,24,27,35,42,49, sources such as interpreting speeches, letters, news- papers, reading maps, graphs, and timelines to understand history. 2. The learner will evaluate conflicting sources and 1,3,14,15,45 materials to interpret and make generalizations about historical events. 3. The learner will distinguish conclusions from sup- 1,2,9,23,29,44, porting details and summarize ideas and events based on world and United States history. 4. The learner will identify cause and effect relation- 14,16,17,32,33, ships from significant historical periods. 5. The learner will examine patterns of continuity and 18,19,20,32 change within and across cultures. Social Studies Content Area: Geography Contemporary's Full Length Diagnostic Test Form CD 1 1. The learner will interpret maps (keys and symbols), 5,6,7,8,9,11,24,2526,27,30,31,41,42,43,49 globes, charts, and graphs to gather data and to draw conclusions about physical patterns. 2. The learner will describe how regions reflect different 5,6,41,42 cultural, political, and physical characteristics. 3. The learner will identify the cause and effect relation- 6,7,8,9, ships of the physical and cultural influence humans have on the environment. 4. The learner will compare and contrast the distribu- 11,12,13,41,42,43 tion, growth rates, and characteristics of human pop- ulations in terms of settlement patterns, transportation, and the location of natural and capital resources. 5. The learner will analyze past and present trends in 14,15 human migration and cultural interaction, as they are influenced by social, economic, political, and environ- mental factors. Social Studies Content Area: Civics and Government Contemporary's Full Length Diagnostic Test Form CD 1 1. The learner will describe the structure, functions, 34,35,36,37, and primary responsibilities of executive, legislative, and judicial branches of governments. 2. The learner will interpret primary documents: 34,35,36,37,47,48 Declaration of Independence, Federalist Papers, U.S. Constitution, and Landmark Supreme Court cases. 3. The learner will compare and contrast the concepts 34,35,36,37,40, of limited government and rule of law among systems of government. 4. The learner will identify the rights, liberties, and 38,39,44,45,47 obligations of citizenship in the United States. 5. The learner will analyze political cartoons, political 12,13,16,17,21,22,24,26,27,46,50 advertisements, pictures, and other graphic media, such as graphs, charts, and tables. Social Studies Content Area: Economics Contemporary's Full Length Diagnostic Test Form CD 1 1.The learner will recognize that scarcity of resources 23,26,27, requires choices on many levels -- from individual to societal. 2. The learner will identify the elements of economic 7,8,9,21,22,23,28,29, reasoning and apply those skills to real life and theoretical economic problem solving. 3. The learner will compare and contrast capitalism, 28,29,40,46,47,48, socialism, and communism. 4. The learner will define goods and services, 7,8,9,30,31,49, productivity, supply and demand, competition, oppor- tunity cost, balance of trade, and global economic trends.

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