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TABE 11/12 Language Common Planning Tool for the Multi-level ClassroomTABE Level ETABE Level MTABE Level DTABE Level ADOMAIN: Conventions of Standard English44%/ 17-18 ?s/ L44%/ 17 ?s/ L48%/ 19 ?s/ L52%/ 21 ?s/ LCapitalizationHigh: 2.L.2 / 3.L.2 / 3.L.2.aTITLESHigh: 4.L.2.a, 5.L.2.aPROPER NOUNSCapitalize book titlesUse correct capitalization in common nouns when used as proper nounsCapitalize multiple book titlesITALICSDAYS OF THE WEEKUse italics for book titlesCapitalize the days of the weekHOLIDAYS, PRODUCT & GEOGRAPHIC NAMES Capitalize holidays, product names, and geographic names.High: 2.L.2.b / 2.L.2.c / 3.L.2 / 3.L.2.b / 3.L.2.c / 3.L.2.dPunctuationHigh: 4.L.2, 4.L.2.a, 4.L.2.b, 4.L.2.c, 4.L.4.Cm 5.L.2, 5.L.S.a, 5.L.2.b,5.L.2.c, 5.L.2.dHigh: 6.L.2.a, 8.L.2.a, 8.L.2.b / Low: 7.L.2.aHigh: 9-10.L.2.a, 9-10.L.2.bAPOSTROPHESForm common contractionsUse a possessive apostrophe with common nounsCOMMAS Use commas in addresses, greetings, and closingsUse commas & quotation marks in dialogue.Use commas with items in a series (single words)Use commas with introductory prepositional phrasesUse commas with parenthetical phrases Use a comma to set off the words "yes" and "no" (e.g., Yes, thank you.); toset off a tag question from the rest of the sentence (e.g., It's true, isn't it?); andto indicate direct address (e.g., Is that you, Steve?)Identify commas to set off nonrestrictive clausesUse commas in longer compound sentencesUse commas to set off nonrestrictive clausesUse commas to set off nonrestrictive clause in more complex text Use a comma to separate coordinate adjectives (e.g., It was a fascinating,enjoyable movie but not He wore an old [,] green shirt.Identify a sentence with a comma errorIdentify multiple sentences with comma errors Use commas & quotation marks to mark direct speech and quotations from atext.QUESTION MARKSQUOTATION MARKSCOLONSUse quotation marks with a line of dialogueUse commas & quotation marks to mark direct speech and quotations from atext.Use and identify correct usage of colons when used in simple sentences and when used with quotationsUse and identify correct usage of colons embedded in paragraphsUse quotation marks with multiple lines of dialogueUse and identify correct usage of semicolons in compound-complex sentencesSEMICOLONSUse and identify correct usage of semicolons in compound-complex sentencesELLIPSIS/DASHESUse an ellipsis in a sentence with omitted text or pausesUse multiple forms of punctuation - ellipses or dashes - to indicate a pauseHigh: 2.L.1.a, 2.L.1.b, 2.L.1.c, 2.L.1.d, 3.L.1.a, 3.L.1.b, 3.L.1.c, 3.L.1.d,3.L.1.e, 3.L.1.gIDENTIFY PARTS OF SPEECHHigh: 4.L.1, 4.L.1.a, 4.L.1.b, 4.L.1.c, 4.L.1.d, 4.L.1.e /Medium: 5.L.1.a, 5.L.1.b, 5.L.1.c, 5.L.1.dPREPOSITIONSIdentify parts of speechIdentify prepositional phrasesNOUNSUse irregular nounsUse nouns with irregular pluralsUse abstract nouns Use collective nouns (e.g., group)PRONOUNSParts of SpeechHigh: 6.L.1.a, 6.L.1.b, 6.L.1.c, 6.L.1.d / Medium: 8.L.1.b, 8.L.1.c,8.L.1.d / Low: 7.L.1.cN/A

Make corrections to ambiguous pronoun usageMake corrections to ambiguous pronoun usage Use relative pronouns (who, whose, whom, which, that) and relative adverbs(where, when, why).Identify shifts in subject pronounsUse reflexive pronounsUse possessive pronouns correctly (agreement in number and gender) Use intensive pronouns (e.g., myself, ourselves)VERBSUse the past tense of regular and irregular verbs Explain the function of verbals (gerunds, participials, infinitives) in generaland their function in particular sentences)Maintain the correct verb tense Form and use the simple (e.g., I walked; I walk; I will walk) verb tensesIdentify the use of passive voice.Make revisions to sentences using the passive voiceMaintain parallel use of verb moodADJECTIVESUse comparative adjectivesUse conventional adjective order in more complex sentencesUse multiple comparative adjectivesUse conventional adjective order across multiple sentencesIdentify a single sentence with coordinate adjectivesIdentify multiple sentences with coordinate adjectivesIdentify coordinate adjectives in multiple, more complex sentencesADVERBS Use multiple comparative adverbsMODIFIERS Use relative pronouns (who, whose, whom, which, that) and relative adverbs(where, when, why).Identify multiple sentences with misplaced modifiersIdentify multiple sentences with errors (modifying words and/or phrases)High: 8.L.2.a, 8.L.2.b, Low: 7.L.1.a, 7.L.1.bHigh: 9-10.L.1.a Explain the function of phrases and clauses in general and their function inspecific sentences.Combine multiple simple sentences, maintaining parallel structureSentence StructureHigh: 2.L.1.f, 3.L.1.h, 3.L.1.iHigh: 4.L.1.f, 4.L.2.c / Medium: 5.L.1.eCOMBINING SENTENCESCombine simple sentencesCombine longer simple sentencesCombine multiple sentences, maintaining parallel structureCombine longer simple sentences using coordinating conjunctionsSENTENCE TYPESIdentify sentence typesSENTENCE FRAGMENTSPARALLEL STRUCTURERecognize a sentence fragment within a paragraphIdentify sentences with parallel structure errorsIdentify multiple sentences embedded in a longer passage with parallelstructure errorsRecognize multiple sentence fragments within a paragraphOMITTED TEXT OR PAUSESRecognize longer sentence fragmentsIdentify multiple sentences with omitted text or pausesConventions of UsageHigh: 3.L.1, 3.L.1.fMedium: 5.L.1.aHigh: 6.L.1.eMaintain pronoun-antecedent agreementHigh: 9-10.L.1, 9-10.L.1.bUSAGE ERRORSAGREEMENTExplain the function of conjunctions, prepositions, and interjections in generaland their function in particular sentences.Revise sentences to correct usage errorsRevise a sentence to correct usage errorsMaintain agreement in number of reflexive pronounsRevise a sentence in multiple ways to correct usage errorsVARIATIONS OF STANDARD ENGLISHADDING MEANING Recognize variations from standard English in their own and others' writingand speaking, and identify and use strategies to improve expression inconventional language. Use various types of phrases (noun, verb, adjectival, adverbial, participial,prepositional, absolute) and clauses (independent, dependent: noun, relative,adverbial) to convey specific meanings and add variety and interest to writingor presentations.SpellingHigh: 2.L.2.d, 3.L.2.e, 3.L.2.fHigh: 4.L.2.d, 5.L.2.eHigh: 6.L.2.b, 7.L.2.b, 8.L.2.cHigh: 9-10.L.2.cSpellSpell common words correctlySpell correctly (more complex tier 1 words)Use spelling patterns to identify correctly spelled wordsSpell correctly (words with foreign origin)Spell correctly (tier 2)Spell correctly (words with silent letters)Use vowel-sound spelling patterns and resources to spell correctlyIdentify multiple embedded spelling errorsReference MaterialsWord StructureHigh: 2.L.2.e, 3.L.2.gN/ADICTIONARIES / GLOSSARIESAFFIXES & ROOTS Consult reference materials, including beginning dictionaries, as needed tocheck and correct spelling.Determine the meaning of a root wordWord Usage

High: 4.L.1.gCOMMONLY CONFUSED WORDSUse more complex commonly confused wordsDOMAIN: Knowledge of Language5%/ 2 ?s/ L10%/ 4 ?s/ LExpand, Combine, Reduce SentencesPrecise LanguageMedium: 5.L.3.aLow: 7.L.3.a Expand, combine, and reduce sentences for meaning, reader/listenerinterest, and styleMake a word-level revision to a sentence to use precise languageVariations of Standard EnglishMake a sentence-level revision to use precise languageMedium: 5.L.3.bMake a sentence-level revision to a paragraph to use precise language Compare and contrast the varieties of English (e.g., dialects, registers) usedin stories, dramas, or poems.Tone & StyleLow: 6.L.3.a, 6.L.3.bCombine sentences while maintaining styleCombine sentences with prepositional phrases and dependent clauses whilemaintaining styleRevise a paragraph to maintain styleRevise a paragraph to maintain toneClarityLow: 7.L.3.aRevise compound-complex sentences to improve clarityDOMAIN: Vocabulary Acquisition & Use26%/ 5-6 ?s/ L26%/ 6 ?s/ L22%/ 7 ?s/ L23%/ 4 ?s/ LAffixes & RootsHigh: 2.L.4.b, 2.L.4.cUse prefixes to determine a word meaningHigh: 4.L.4.bHigh: 6.L.4.bMedium: 11-12.L.4.bDetermine the meaning of a prefixUse common, grade-appropriate Greek or Latin affixes and roots as clues to themeaning of a word (e.g., audience, auditory, audible) Identify and correctly use pattern of word changes that indicate differentmeanings or parts of speech (e.g., conceive, conception, conceivable)Determine the meaning of a common root wordDetermine the meaning of lesson common root wordsSimilar MeaningsLow: 3.L.5.cSelect words with similar meaningsSignal ContrastHigh: 2.L.4Low: 5.L.6 Use words to signal contrast in more complex sentencesUse words to signal contrast in basic sentencesUse words to signal contrast in more complex sentencesContext CluesHigh: 2.L.4.a, 2.L.4.d / Low: 3.L.5, 3.L.5.a, 3.L.5.bHigh: 4.L.4.aHigh: 6.L.4.a, 6.L.4.d Use sentence-level context as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.Use context to support a word's meaning Use knowledge of the meaning of individual words to predict the meaning ofcompound words (e.g., birdhouse, lighthouse, bookshelf, notebook, bookmark)Identify the context clues used to determine a word's meaning Distinguish the literal and non-literal meaning of words and phrases incontext (e.g., Take steps.)Select a definition of a word used in context Select the definition of more complex word used in contextSelect the definition of more complex word used in contextMedium: 11-12.L.4.a, 11-12.L.4.dDetermine the meaning of tier 1 words in contextDetermine the meaning of tier 2 words in context Identify real-life connections between words and their use (e.g., Describepeople who are friendly or helpful.)Determine the meaning of less common tier 2 words in contextMultiple Meaning wordsMultiple Meaning wordsHigh: 2.L.4.eHigh: 6.L.4.dN/ADetermine the meaning of less common multiple-meaning wordsUse a resource to determine the meaning of a multiple meaning wordDifferentiate between the nuanced meaning of multiple meaning wordsModifiersModifiersN/AN/AUse modifying words and phrases correctlyIdentify multiple sentences with errors (modifying words and/or phrases)AdjectivesPrecise LanguageHigh: 2.L.4.eMedium: 4.L.6, 5.L.6Use adjectives correctlyMake word-level revisions to a sentence using a precise wordWord ChoiceMedium: 8.L.6Medium: 11-12.L.4.a, 11-12.L.4.d, 11-12.L.6Make a word choice selection based on word meanings

Use adjectives correctly in more complex sentencesMake word-level revisions to more complex sentences using a precise wordTemporal WordsEmbedded Word MeaningLow: 2.L.6 / High: 3.L.6N/AUse beginning and transitional temporal wordsDetermine the meaning of words embedded in longer passagesUse temporal words in more complex sentencesUse temporal words in multiple sentences across a paragraphReference MaterialsHigh: 2.L.4.eHigh: 4.L.4.cHigh: 6.L.4.cMedium: 11-12.L.4.c Use glossaries and beginning dictionaries, both print and digital, todetermine or clarify the meaning of words and phrases. Consult reference materials (e.g., dictionaries, glossaries, thesauruses), bothprint and digital to find the pronunciation and determine or clarify the precisemeaning of key words and phrases.Consult reference materials (e.g., dictionaries, glossaries, thesauruses), bothprint and digital to find the pronunciation or determine or clarify its precisemeaning or its part of speech. Consult general and specialized reference materials (e.g., dictionaries,glossaries, thesauruses), both print and digital to find the pronunciation of aword or determine or clarify its precise meaning, its part of speech, itsetymology, or its standard usage.Support Main IdeaHigh: 3.RI.2Use evidence to support determination of a main ideaSupport an explicit main idea with evidence from textDOMAIN: Text Types & Purposes30%/ 19 ?s/ W25%/ 10 ?s/ W23%/ 9 ?s/ W25%/ 9 ?s/ W-WHSTHigh: 7.W.1.a, 7.W.1.c, 7.W.1.e / Medium: 6-8.WHST.2.a, 68.WHST.2.b, 6-8.WHST.2.c, 6-8.WHST.2.d, 6-8.WHST.2.e, 68.WHST.2.fHigh: 9-10.WHST.2.a, 9-10.WHST.2.b, 9-10.WHST.2.c, 910.WHST.2.d, 9-10.WHST.2.e, 9-10.WHST.2.f / Low: 9-10.W.2.a, 910.W.2.b, 9-10.W.2.c, 9-10.W.2.d, 9-10.W.2.e, 9-10.W.2.fInformational TextHigh: 3.W.2.a, 3.W.2.b, 3.W.2.c, 3.W.2.dHigh: 4.W.2.a, 4.W.2.b, 4.W.2.c, 4.W.2.d, 4.W.2.eINTRODUCTIONSAdd an introductory sentence to an informational paragraphAdd an introductory sentence to an argumentative or informational paragraph.Revise an informational paragraph to improve the introductionRevise an introductory sentence of an informational sentenceRevise the introductory paragraph of an argumentative or informational paragraphDETAILSAdd a detail to an informational paragraphAdd a detail and/or a sentence of support to an informational textAdd a supporting detail to an informational paragraphAdd details to a more complex informational paragraphAdd multiple details to an informational paragraphUse headings to group details in an informational paragraphAdd multiple supporting details to an info. paragraphAdd multiple details and/or sentences of support to an informational textCONCLUSIONSAdd a concluding sentence to an informational paragraphRevise a conclusion of an informational paragraphAdd a concluding sentence to an argumentative or informational paragraph.Add a concluding sentence to a more complex informational paragraph Provide a concluding statement or section that follows from and supports theinformation presented (e.g., articulating, implications, or the significance of thetopic.)Add multiple concluding sentences to an informational paragraphAdd multiple concluding sentences to an informational paragraphLINKING WORDSPRECISE LANGUAGECLARITYUse a linking word in an informational paragraphRevise a sentence using precise languageRevise the introductory paragraph to improve clarityUse a linking word in a more complex informational paragraphRevise multiple sentences using precise languageUse Precise language and domain-specific vocabulary to inform about or explainthe topic.Make sentence-level revisions to an informational paragraph to improve clarityRevise multiple sentences of an introductory paragraph to improve clarityTRANSITIONAL WORDS, PHRASES, SENTENCESUse transitional words or phrasesAdd a transitional sentence to an informational paragraphRevise an informational passage with multiple paragraph-level transitionalsentencesUse transitional words to combine sentences within an informational paragraphUse a transitional sentence in an informational paragraphTONE & STYLEOpinion TextHigh: 3.W.1.a, 3.W.1.b, 3.W.1.c, 3.W.1.d Use precise language and domain-specific vocabulary to manage thecomplexity of the topic.Revise multiple sentences of an informational paragraph to maintain tone Establish and maintain a formal style and objective tone while attending tothe norms and conventions of the discipline in which they are writing.Argumentative TextHigh: 4.W.2.d, 5.W.1.a, 5.W.1.b, 5.W.1.c, 5.W.1.dINTRODUCTIONSRevise a sentence in an informational paragraph to maintain tone or styleHigh: 7.W.1.a, 7.W.1.b, 7.W.1.c, 7.2.1.d /Medium: 6-8.WHST.2.a, 6-8.WHST.2.c, 6-8.WHST.2.fHigh: 9-10.WHST.1.b, 9-10.WHST.1.c, 9-10.WHST.1.d, 910.WHST.1.e, 9-10.WHST.2.e / Medium: 9-10.W.1.a, 9-10.W.1.b, 910.W.1.c, 9-10.W.1.d, 9-10.W.1.e / Low: 9-10.W.2.f, 9-10.WHST.2.fINTRODUCTIONS

Introduce the topic or text they are writing about, state an opinion, andcreate an organizational structure that lists reasons. Introduce precise claim(s), distinguish the claim(s) from alternate oropposing claims, and create an organization that establishes clear relationshipsamong claim(s), counterclaims, reasons and evidence.Revise an introductory sentence of an opinion paragraphRevise the introductory paragraph of an argumentative or informationalparagraphAdd an introduction to an opinion paragraphAdd an introductory sentence to an argumentative or informational paragraphAdd supporting evidence to an opinion paragraphAdd supporting evidence to argumentative paragraphDETAILSAdd multiple details to an opinion paragraphEVIDENCEAdd evidence to an opinion paragraphEVIDENCEAdd evidence to a more complex opinion paragraphCLAIMS & COUNTERCLAIMSAdd support for a claim in an argumentative paragraphUse evidence to support a claimUse multiple pieces of evidence to support a claimAdd support for a stated claimRevise multiple sentences of an argumentative paragraph to address thecounterclaimUse multiple pieces of evidence to support a claimRevise an argumentative paragraph to address the counterclaimCONCLUSIONSCONCLUSIONSAdd a concluding sentence to an opinion paragraphAdd a concluding sentence to a more complex opinion paragraphRevise a concluding sentence in an opinion passageAdd multiple concluding sentences to an opinion paragraphAdd multiple concluding sentences to an opinion paragraphLINKING WORDSTRANSITIONAL WORDS, PHRASES, SENTENCESUse a linking word in an opinion paragraph Use transitional words in an opinion paragraphUse a linking word in a more complex opinion paragraph Add a transitional sentence to an opinion paragraphAdd a concluding sentence to an argumentative or informational paragraphRevise the conclusion for clarity in an argumentative textTRANSITIONAL WORDS, PHRASES, SENTENCESUse transitional words or phrasesUse sentence-level transitional words in an argumentative textUse sentence-level transitional phrases in an argumentative text Use transitional words or phrasesUse multiple linking words in an opinion paragraphPRECISE LANGUAGE Make word-level revisions to more complex sentences using a precise word.CLARITYRevise a sentence using precise languageRevise multiple sentences using precise languageRevise the introductory paragraph to improve clarityRevise multiple sentences of an introductory paragraph to improve clarityTONE & STYLEMake a sentence-level revision to maintain the tone in an argumentative text

Determine the meaning of less common tier 2 words in context Multiple Meaning words High: 2.L.4.e High: 6.L.4.d N/A Use a resource to determine the meaning of a multiple meaning word Modifiers Modifiers N/A N/A Use modifying words and phrases correctly Identify multiple sentences with errors (modifying

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