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  • DesCartes (Combined)

    Subject: Language Usage Goal: Composition Structure

  • 2004 NWEA. DesCartes: A Continuum of Learning is the exclusive copyrighted property of NWEA. Unauthorized use, reproduction, or distribution is prohibited. NM 2.2.1 * Both data from test items and review by NWEA curriculum specialists are used to place learning continuum statements into appropriate RIT ranges. Blank cells indicate data are limited or unavailable for this range or document version.

    Subject: Language Usage Goal Strand: Composition Structure RIT Score Range: Below 171

    Skills and Concepts to Develop Below 171

    Skills and Concepts to Introduce 171 - 180

    Use Appropriate Sentence Structure Use Appropriate Sentence Structure Selects an appropriate subject to complete a sentence* Selects an appropriate predicate to complete a sentence Identifies complete sentences in written compositions Identifies sentences that ask questions (interrogative

    sentences)

    Selects an appropriate subject to complete a sentence* Selects an appropriate predicate to complete a sentence Identifies complete sentences in written compositions Recognizes interrogative sentences as the correct form Identifies sentences that make statements (declarative

    sentences) Identifies sentences that ask questions (interrogative

    sentences) Produce Forms Appropriate to Purpose and Audience

    Produce Forms Appropriate to Purpose and Audience

    Identifies writing samples for clarity appropriate to author's purpose

    Use Paragraph Form Use Paragraph Form Determines which details support a main idea in a

    paragraph Determines which details support a main idea in a

    paragraph Recognizes that sentences in a paragraph all relate to

    one central idea Use Appropriate Forms of Writing Use Appropriate Forms of Writing Identifies examples of poetry Recognizes a variety of personal writing formats (e.g.,

    notes, lists, messages) Recognizes examples of friendly letters

    Identifies examples of make-believe stories Identifies narrative writing that tells or illustrates a

    story* Recognizes a variety of personal writing formats (e.g.,

    notes, lists, messages) Knows the parts of a friendly letter

    New Vocabulary: command, cookbook, essay, exclamation, invitation, play, sentence fragment, sign, thank you note, word order

    New Vocabulary: greeting

    New Signs and Symbols: ? question mark New Signs and Symbols: none

  • 2004 NWEA. DesCartes: A Continuum of Learning is the exclusive copyrighted property of NWEA. Unauthorized use, reproduction, or distribution is prohibited. NM 2.2.1 * Both data from test items and review by NWEA curriculum specialists are used to place learning continuum statements into appropriate RIT ranges. Blank cells indicate data are limited or unavailable for this range or document version.

    Subject: Language Usage Goal Strand: Composition Structure RIT Score Range: 171 - 180

    Skills and Concepts to Enhance Below 171

    Skills and Concepts to Develop 171 - 180

    Skills and Concepts to Introduce 181 - 190

    Use Appropriate Sentence Structure Use Appropriate Sentence Structure Use Appropriate Sentence Structure Selects an appropriate subject to complete a sentence* Selects an appropriate predicate to complete a sentence Identifies complete sentences in written compositions Identifies sentences that ask questions (interrogative

    sentences)

    Selects an appropriate subject to complete a sentence* Selects an appropriate predicate to complete a sentence Identifies complete sentences in written compositions Recognizes interrogative sentences as the correct form Identifies sentences that make statements (declarative

    sentences) Identifies sentences that ask questions (interrogative

    sentences)

    Selects a subject to complete a sentence* Selects a predicate to complete a sentence Identifies complete sentences in a written composition Uses exclamatory sentences in written compositions* Uses imperative sentences in written compositions* Identifies declarative sentences Recognizes sentences that show strong feeling

    (exclamatory sentences) Recognizes sentences that are commands or directions

    (imperative sentences) Uses declarative sentences in written compositions* Uses interrogative sentences in written compositions* Identifies interrogative sentences

    Produce Forms Appropriate to Purpose and Audience

    Produce Forms Appropriate to Purpose and Audience

    Produce Forms Appropriate to Purpose and Audience

    Identifies writing samples for clarity appropriate to author's purpose

    Adapts writing for different audiences (e.g., focus, organization, point of view)*

    Identifies writing appropriate to purpose (to inform) Identifies writing appropriate to purpose (to

    entertain)* Use Paragraph Form Use Paragraph Form Use Paragraph Form Determines which details support a main idea in a

    paragraph Determines which details support a main idea in a

    paragraph Recognizes that sentences in a paragraph all relate to

    one central idea

    Creates multi-paragraph compositions* Recognizes an introductory paragraph that introduces

    a main topic* Arranges sentences sequentially Arranges sentences logically Determines details that support the main idea of a

    paragraph Evaluates the best way to develop a topic with

    supporting details Identifies the topic sentence of a paragraph Recognizes that sentences in a paragraph relate to one

    central idea

  • 2004 NWEA. DesCartes: A Continuum of Learning is the exclusive copyrighted property of NWEA. Unauthorized use, reproduction, or distribution is prohibited. NM 2.2.1 * Both data from test items and review by NWEA curriculum specialists are used to place learning continuum statements into appropriate RIT ranges. Blank cells indicate data are limited or unavailable for this range or document version.

    Use Appropriate Forms of Writing Use Appropriate Forms of Writing Use Appropriate Forms of Writing Identifies examples of poetry Recognizes a variety of personal writing formats (e.g.,

    notes, lists, messages) Recognizes examples of friendly letters

    Identifies examples of make-believe stories Identifies narrative writing that tells or illustrates a

    story* Recognizes a variety of personal writing formats (e.g.,

    notes, lists, messages) Knows the parts of a friendly letter

    Identifies a variety of narrative writing formats (e.g., stories, novels, plays)

    Understands the purpose of a personal narrative* Identifies the purpose of expository writing* Identifies examples of expository writing Selects the introductory sentence for expository writing Identifies persuasive writing* Identifies examples of personal writing* Identifies the parts of a friendly letter Recognizes a variety of personal writing formats (e.g.,

    invitations, journals, reading logs) Knows appropriate purpose and use of business letters

    New Vocabulary: command, cookbook, essay, exclamation, invitation, play, sentence fragment, sign, thank you note, word order

    New Vocabulary: greeting New Vocabulary: advertise, argument, audience, autobiography, bibliography, book report, chronological order, closing, composition, creative writing, description, diary, drama, ending, exclamatory sentence, expository writing, fiction, figurative language, formal essay, friendly letter, heading, indent, introduction, literary analysis, main topic, manual, memo, novel, persuasive writing, quotation, review, run-on sentence, signature, supporting detail, to entertain, to inform, to persuade, topic sentence

    New Signs and Symbols: ? question mark New Signs and Symbols: none New Signs and Symbols: none

  • 2004 NWEA. DesCartes: A Continuum of Learning is the exclusive copyrighted property of NWEA. Unauthorized use, reproduction, or distribution is prohibited. NM 2.2.1 * Both data from test items and review by NWEA curriculum specialists are used to place learning continuum statements into appropriate RIT ranges. Blank cells indicate data are limited or unavailable for this range or document version.

    Subject: Language Usage Goal Strand: Composition Structure RIT Score Range: 181 - 190

    Skills and Concepts to Enhance 171 - 180

    Skills and Concepts to Develop 181 - 190

    Skills and Concepts to Introduce 191 - 200

    Use Appropriate Sentence Structure Use Appropriate Sentence Structure Use Appropriate Sentence Structure Selects an appropriate subject to complete a sentence* Selects an appropriate predicate to complete a sentence Identifies complete sentences in written compositions Recognizes interrogative sentences as the correct form Identifies sentences that make statements (declarative

    sentences) Identifies sentences that ask questions (interrogative

    sentences)

    Selects a subject to complete a sentence* Selects a predicate to complete a sentence Identifies complete sentences in a written composition Uses exclamatory sentences in written compositions* Uses imperative sentences in written compositions* Identifies declarative sentences Recognizes sentences that show strong feeling

    (exclamatory sentences) Recognizes sentences that are commands or directions

    (imperative sentences) Uses declarative sentences in written compositions* Uses interrogative sentences in written compositions* Identifies interrogative sentences

    Identifies the subject in a sentence Selects a subject to complete a sentence* Identifies the predicate of a sentence* Selects a predicate to complete a sentence Distinguishes between the subject and the predicate of

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