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IXL Skill Plan for the NewYork Regents ExamsEnglish Language ArtsUse IXL's interactive skill plan to get up-to-date skill alignments, assign skillsto your students, and track nts-exams-english-language-artsThis document includes IXL skill alignments to the New York Regents Examinations. IXL provides skill alignments as a service to teachers,students, and parents. The following skill alignments are not affiliated with, sponsored by, or endorsed by New York State EducationDepartment. IXL and IXL Learning are registered trademarks of IXL Learning, Inc. All other trademarks and registered trademarks andcopyrights are the property of their respective owners.Visit IXL.com for more informationIXL Learning 2021

New York Regents Examinations - English Language ArtsReading: LiteratureKey Ideas and DetailsStandardIXL skills11-12.RL.1: Cite strong and thorough textualevidence to support analysis of what the text saysexplicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text,including determining where the text leavesmatters uncertain.1. Identify supporting evidence in a text UHD11-12.RL.2: Determine two or more themes orcentral ideas of a text and analyze theirdevelopment over the course of the text, includinghow they interact and build on one another toproduce a complex account; provide an objectivesummary of the text.1. Match the quotations with their themes L6D11-12.RL.3: Analyze the impact of the author'schoices regarding how to develop and relateelements of a story or drama (e.g., where a story isset, how the action is ordered, how the charactersare introduced and developed).1. Analyze short stories: set 1 84CCraft and StructureStandardIXL skills11-12.RL.4: Determine the meaning of words andphrases as they are used in the text, includingfigurative and connotative meanings; analyze theimpact of specific word choices on meaning andtone, including words with multiple meanings orlanguage that is particularly fresh, engaging, orbeautiful. (Include Shakespeare as well as otherauthors.)Figurative language1. Interpret the meaning of an allusion from itssource C2R2. Recall the source of an allusion RAZ3. Interpret the figure of speech YS94. Classify the figure of speech: review 83R5. Analyze the effects of figures of speech onmeaning and tone YAZTone6. Compare passages for tone K8LVisit IXL's interactive skill plan at -english-language-arts 2021 IXL Learning. Visit IXL.com today!p. 1

New York Regents Examinations - English Language Arts11-12.RL.5: Analyze how an author's choicesconcerning how to structure specific parts of a text(e.g., the choice of where to begin or end a story,the choice to provide a comedic or tragicresolution) contribute to its overall structure andmeaning as well as its aesthetic impact.1. Analyze short stories: set 2 AMD11-12.RL.6: Analyze a case in which grasping pointof view requires distinguishing what is directlystated in a text from what is really meant (e.g.,satire, sarcasm, irony, or understatement).1. Identify the narrative point of view WF9Range of Reading and Level of Text ComplexityStandardIXL skills11-12.RL.10: By the end of grade 11, read andcomprehend literature, including stories, dramas,and poems, in the grades 11-CCR text complexityband proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at thehigh end of the range.1. Analyze short stories: set 1 84CVisit IXL's interactive skill plan at -english-language-arts 2021 IXL Learning. Visit IXL.com today!p. 2

New York Regents Examinations - English Language ArtsReading: Informational TextKey Ideas and DetailsStandardIXL skills11-12.RI.1: Cite strong and thorough textualevidence to support analysis of what the text saysexplicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text,including determining where the text leavesmatters uncertain.1. Trace an argument: set 1 C7M11-12.RI.1a: Develop factual, interpretive, andevaluative questions for further exploration of thetopic(s).11-12.RI.2: Determine two or more themes orcentral ideas of a text and analyze theirdevelopment over the course of the text, includinghow they interact and build on one another toproduce a complex account; provide an objectivesummary of the text.1. Determine the main idea of a passage B7T11-12.RI.3: Analyze a complex set of ideas orsequence of events and explain how specificindividuals, ideas, or events interact and developover the course of the text.1. Analyze the development of informationalpassages: set 2 8X82. Analyze the development of informationalpassages: set 1 CN7Craft and StructureStandardIXL skills11-12.RI.4: Determine the meaning of words andphrases as they are used in a text, includingfigurative, connotative, and technical meanings;analyze how an author uses and refines themeaning of a key term or terms over the course of atext (e.g., how Madison defines faction in FederalistNo. 10).1. Use context as a clue to the meanings of foreignexpressions RPM2. Domain-specific vocabulary in context: scienceand technical subjects JBAVisit IXL's interactive skill plan at -english-language-arts 2021 IXL Learning. Visit IXL.com today!p. 3

New York Regents Examinations - English Language Arts11-12.RI.5: Analyze and evaluate the effectivenessof the structure an author uses in his or herexposition or argument, including whether thestructure makes points clear, convincing, andengaging.1. Trace an argument: set 2 QFC11-12.RI.6: Determine an author's point of view orpurpose in a text in which the rhetoric isparticularly effective, analyzing how style andcontent contribute to the power, persuasiveness, orbeauty of the text.1. Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts:set 1 F772. Identify audience and purpose HM9Integration of Knowledge and IdeasStandardIXL skills11-12.RI.7: Integrate and evaluate multiplesources of information presented in different mediaor formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively) as well as inwords in order to address a question or solve aproblem.11-12.RI.8: Delineate and evaluate the reasoningin seminal U.S. texts, including the application ofconstitutional principles and use of legal reasoning(e.g., in U.S. Supreme Court majority opinions anddissents) and the premises, purposes, andarguments in works of public advocacy (e.g., TheFederalist, presidential addresses).1. Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts:set 2 BYJ11-12.RI.9: Analyze seventeenth-, eighteenth-,and nineteenth-century foundational U.S.documents of historical and literary significance(including The Declaration of Independence, thePreamble to the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, andLincoln's Second Inaugural Address) for theirthemes, purposes, and rhetorical features.11-12.RI.9a: Read, annotate, and analyzeinformational texts on topics related to diverse andnon-traditional cultures and viewpoints.1. Analyze the development of informationalpassages: set 2 8X82. Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts:set 2 BYJVisit IXL's interactive skill plan at -english-language-arts 2021 IXL Learning. Visit IXL.com today!p. 4

New York Regents Examinations - English Language ArtsRange of Reading and Level of Text ComplexityStandardIXL skills11-12.RI.10: By the end of grade 11, read andcomprehend literary nonfiction in the grades 11CCR text complexity band proficiently, withscaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.1. Analyze the development of informationalpassages: set 1 CN72. Trace an argument: set 1 C7M3. Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts:set 1 F77Visit IXL's interactive skill plan at -english-language-arts 2021 IXL Learning. Visit IXL.com today!p. 5

New York Regents Examinations - English Language ArtsWritingText Types and PurposesStandardIXL skills11-12.W.1: Write arguments to support claims inan analysis of substantive topics or texts, usingvalid reasoning and relevant and sufficientevidence. Explore and inquire into areas of interestto formulate an argument.11-12.W.1a: Introduce precise, knowledgeableclaim(s), establish the significance of the claim(s),distinguish the claim(s) from alternate or opposingclaims, and create an organization that logicallysequences claim(s), counterclaims, reasons, andevidence.1. Organize information by main idea 88X11-12.W.1b: Develop claim(s) and counterclaimsfairly and thoroughly, supplying the most relevantevidence for each while pointing out the strengthsand limitations of both in a manner that anticipatesthe audience's knowledge level, concerns, values,and possible biases.1. Identify stronger and weaker evidence tosupport a claim 84J11-12.W.1c: Use words, phrases, and clauses aswell as varied syntax to link the major sections ofthe text, create cohesion, and clarify therelationships between claim(s) and reasons,between reasons and evidence, and betweenclaim(s) and counterclaims.1. Choose the analysis that logically connects theevidence to the claim HPW11-12.W.1d: Establish and maintain a formal styleand objective tone while attending to the normsand conventions of the discipline in which they arewriting.1. Compare passages for subjective and objectivetone 9VF2. Identify thesis statements Q8K3. Distinguish facts from opinions KCZ2. Choose the best evidence to support aclaim GVQ3. Evaluate counterclaims 5F82. Transition logically between claims, evidence,analysis, and counterclaims UVF3. Classify logical fallacies SVT11-12.W.1e: Provide a concluding statement orsection that follows from and supports theargument presented.Visit IXL's interactive skill plan at -english-language-arts 2021 IXL Learning. Visit IXL.com today!p. 6

New York Regents Examinations - English Language Arts11-12.W.2: Write informative/explanatory texts toexamine and convey complex ideas, concepts, andinformation clearly and accurately through theeffective selection, organization, and analysis ofcontent.11-12.W.2a: Introduce a topic; organize complexideas, concepts, and information so that each newelement builds on that which precedes it to createa unified whole; include formatting (e.g., headings),graphics (e.g., figures, tables), and multimediawhen useful to aiding comprehension.1. Choose the topic sentence that best capturesthe main idea HE611-12.W.2b: Develop the topic thoroughly byselecting the most significant and relevant facts,extended definitions, concrete details, quotations,or other information and examples appropriate tothe audience's knowledge of the topic.1. Identify supporting evidence in a text UHD11-12.W.2c: Use appropriate and variedtransitions and syntax to link the major sections ofthe text, create cohesion, and clarify therelationships among complex ideas and concepts.1. Transitions with conjunctive adverbs HRP11-12.W.2d: Use precise language, domainspecific vocabulary, and techniques such asmetaphor, simile, and analogy to manage thecomplexity of the topic.1. Describe the difference between relatedwords EGN11-12.W.2e: Establish and maintain a formal styleand objective tone while attending to the normsand conventions of the discipline in which they arewriting.1. Which text is most formal? 9B62. Order topics from broadest to narrowest VE52. Use words accurately and precisely DZV11-12.W.2f: Provide a concluding statement orsection that follows from and supports theinformation or explanation presented (e.g.,articulating implications or the significance of thetopic).Visit IXL's interactive skill plan at -english-language-arts 2021 IXL Learning. Visit IXL.com today!p. 7

New York Regents Examinations - English Language ArtsProduction and Distribution of WritingStandardIXL skills11-12.W.4: Produce clear and coherent writing inwhich the development, organization, and style areappropriate to task, purpose, and audience.1. Identify audience and purpose HM9Research to Build and Present KnowledgeStandardIXL skills11-12.W.9: Draw evidence from literary orinformational texts to support analysis, reflection,and research.11-12.W.9a: Apply grades 11-12 Readingstandards to literature (e.g., "Demonstrateknowledge of eighteenth-, nineteenth- and earlytwentieth-century foundational works of Americanliterature, including how two or more texts fromthe same period treat similar themes or topics").1. Analyze short stories: set 1 84C11-12.W.9b: Apply grades 11-12 Readingstandards to literary nonfiction (e.g., "Delineate andevaluate the reasoning in seminal U.S. texts,including the application of constitutionalprinciples and use of legal reasoning [e.g., in U.S.Supreme Court Case majority opinions anddissents] and the premises, purposes, andarguments in works of public advocacy [e.g., TheFederalist, presidential addresses]").Informational texts2. Analyze short stories: set 2 AMD1. Analyze the development of informationalpassages: set 1 CN72. Analyze the development of informationalpassages: set 2 8X8Arguments3. Trace an argument: set 1 C7M4. Trace an argument: set 2 QFCHistorical texts5. Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts:set 1 F776. Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts:set 2 BYJVisit IXL's interactive skill plan at -english-language-arts 2021 IXL Learning. Visit IXL.com today!p. 8

New York Regents Examinations - English Language ArtsLanguageConventions of Standard EnglishStandardIXL skills11-12.L.1: Demonstrate command of theconventions of standard English grammar andusage when writing or speaking.Pronouns1. Identify and correct errors with subject andobject pronouns NCA2. Identify and correct pronoun errors with"who" 5YE3. Correct inappropriate shifts in pronoun numberand person 5EBSubject-verb agreement4. Identify and correct verb agreement withcompound subjects HYEVerb tense5. Identify and correct inappropriate shifts in verbtense R2GMisplaced modifiers6. Are the modifiers used correctly? R5NParallel structure7. Use parallel structure JMJ11-12.L.1a: Apply the understanding that usage isa matter of convention, can change over time, andis sometimes contested.1. Explore words with new or contestedusages VT611-12.L.1b: Resolve issues of complex orcontested usage, consulting references (e.g.,Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage,Garner's Modern American Usage) as needed.1. Use dictionary entries to determine correctusage 9EW11-12.L.2: Demonstrate command of theconventions of standard English capitalization,punctuation, and spelling when writing.Fragments and run-ons1. Choose punctuation to avoid fragments and runons PZCSemicolons, colons, and commas2. Commas: review U8YVisit IXL's interactive skill plan at -english-language-arts 2021 IXL Learning. Visit IXL.com today!p. 9

New York Regents Examinations - English Language Arts3. Semicolons, colons, and commas review G98Dashes4. Use dashes WRVEllipses5. Decide whether ellipses are usedappropriately KHUCapitalization6. Correct capitalization errors MA9Quotation marks7. Formatting quotations and dialogue BZ6Revision8. Correct errors with signs YXY9. Correct errors in everyday use BGP11-12.L.2a: Observe hyphenation conventions.1. Use hyphens in compound adjectives ZFQ11-12.L.2b: Spell correctly.Frequently confused words1. Use the correct frequently confused word YJY2. Identify and correct errors with frequentlyconfused words PSE3. Identify and correct errors with frequentlyconfused pronouns and contractions 9LYCommonly misspelled words4. Correct errors with commonly misspelledwords BM9Homophones5. Use the correct homophone FPW6. Identify and correct errors withhomophones VQ9Comparatives and superlatives7. Form and use comparative and superlativeadjectives 29X8. Form and use comparative and superlativeadverbs KQNVisit IXL's interactive skill plan at -english-language-arts 2021 IXL Learning. Visit IXL.com today!p. 10

New York Regents Examinations - English Language ArtsPlurals and possessives9. Identify and correct errors with plural andpossessive nouns ZNP10. Identify and correct errors with compound andjoint possession BLRKnowledge of LanguageStandardIXL skills11-12.L.3: Apply knowledge of language tounderstand how language functions in differentcontexts, to make effective choices for meaning orstyle, and to comprehend more fully when readingor listening.1. Avoid double, illogical, and unclearcomparisons 7L711-12.L.3a: Vary syntax for effect, consultingreferences (e.g., Tufte's Artful Sentences) forguidance as needed; apply an understanding ofsyntax to the study of complex texts when reading.1. Combine sentences using relative clauses JPS2. Remove redundant words or phrases 4Z93. Suggest appropriate revisions X8SVocabulary Acquisition and UseStandardIXL skills11-12.L.4: Determine or clarify the meaning ofunknown and multiple-meaning words andphrases based on grades 11-12 reading andcontent, choosing flexibly from a range ofstrategies.11-12.L.4a: Use context (e.g., the overall meaningof a sentence, paragraph, or text; a word's positionor function in a sentence) as a clue to the meaningof a word or phrase.1. Determine the meaning of words usingsynonyms in context SQJ11-12.L.4b: Identify and correctly use patterns ofword changes that indicate different meanings orparts of speech (e.g., conceive, conception,conceivable).1. Analogies LA711-12.L.4c: Consult general and specialized1. Replace words using a thesaurus GU72. Determine the meaning of words usingantonyms in context PQ22. Analogies: challenge PW8Visit IXL's interactive skill plan at -english-language-arts 2021 IXL Learning. Visit IXL.com today!p. 11

New York Regents Examinations - English Language Artsreference materials (e.g., dictionaries, glossaries,thesauruses), both print and digital, to find thepronunciation of a word or determine or clarify itsprecise meaning, its part of speech, its etymology,or its standard usage.11-12.L.4d: Verify the preliminary determinationof the meaning of a word or phrase (e.g., bychecking the inferred meaning in context or in adictionary).1. Use dictionary entries to determine correctusage 9EW11-12.L.5: Demonstrate understanding offigurative language, word relationships, andnuances in word meanings.11-12.L.5a: Interpret figures of speech (e.g.,hyperbole, paradox) in context and analyze theirrole in the text.1. Interpret the figure of speech YS911-12.L.5b: Analyze nuances in the meaning ofwords with similar denotations.1. Choose the word whose connotation anddenotation best match the sentence GFU11-12.L.6: Acquire and use accurately generalacademic and domain-specific words and phrases,sufficient for reading, writing, speaking, andlistening at the college and career readiness level;demonstrate independence in gatheringvocabulary knowledge when considering a word orphrase important to comprehension or expression.Prefixes and suffixes2. Analyze the effects of figures of speech onmeaning and tone YAZ1. Prefixes ZMW2. Suffixes 6TJGreek and Latin roots3. Determine the meanings of Greek and Latinroots 8S94. Determine the meanings of words with Greekand Latin roots 5BBForeign words and expressions5. Use etymologies to determine the meanings ofwords HMQ6. Use the correct foreign expression UW7Visit IXL's interactive skill plan at -english-language-arts 2021 IXL Learning. Visit IXL.com today!p. 12

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