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Hialeah Gardens High School 
                                                  Reading Warm Ups 
Quarter 2 – Week 2
Grades...
Hialeah Gardens High School 
                                                  Reading Warm Ups 
Quarter 2 – Week 2
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Q2 Week 2 Vocabulary LA.910.1.6.8

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Q2 Week 2 Vocabulary LA.910.1.6.8

  1. 1. Hialeah Gardens High School  Reading Warm Ups  Quarter 2 – Week 2 Grades 9–10 Reporting Category 1: Vocabulary GRADES 9–10 Reporting Category 1: Vocabulary Benchmark Content Focus Grades 9–10 LA.910.1.6.3 The student will use context clues to determine meanings of unfamiliar • Context Clues words. Grades 9–10 LA.910.1.6.8 The student will identify advanced • Analyze Words/Text • word/phrase relationships and their Word Relationships meanings. Grades 9–10 LA.910.1.6.9 The student will determine the correct meaning of words with multiple • Multiple Meanings meanings in context. GRADE 9 - BENCHMARK LA.910.1.6.8 Clarification The student will analyze the meanings of words, phrases, and word relationships by using strategies including, but not limited to, context clues and word structure. Item Type At Grade 9, this benchmark will be assessed using MC items. Distractor Attributes Distractors may include, but are not limited to • incorrect meanings of assessed phrases found within the excerpted text; • meanings of the assessed phrases that are correct but are not appropriate for the context; • word relationships constructed similarly to the correct response; • details drawn from the text but unrelated to the assessed phrases or test question; and • plausible but incorrect distractors based on the text. Sample Item 3 Word Relationships The sample item below is based on “Swing Is the Thing!” on page H–6 and references the illustration on the same page. Which pair of words from the article best describes the swing music scenes conveyed in the pictures on page H6? A. blossoming, competing B. elusive, improvisational C. frenzied, immortal D. joyous, stimulating Sample Item 4 Analyze Words/Text Read this sentence from the article. Though swing never completely died out, it wasn’t until the late 1980s that the music experienced a true rebirth. What does the sentence above tell readers about swing music during the late 1980s? A. Swing music once again became popular. B. Swing music was rewritten into modern versions. C. Modern instruments gave swing music a new sound. D. Unpublished compositions of swing music were discovered. 
  2. 2. Hialeah Gardens High School  Reading Warm Ups  Quarter 2 – Week 2 Grades 9–10 Reporting Category 1: Vocabulary GRADES 9–10 Reporting Category 1: Vocabulary Benchmark Content Focus Grades 9–10 LA.910.1.6.3 The student will use context clues to determine meanings of unfamiliar • Context Clues words. Grades 9–10 LA.910.1.6.8 The student will identify advanced • Analyze Words/Text word/phrase relationships and their • Word Relationships meanings. Grades 9–10 LA.910.1.6.9 The student will determine the correct meaning of words with multiple • Multiple Meanings meanings in context.   GRADE 10 BENCHMARK LA.910.1.6.8 Clarification The student will analyze the meanings of words, phrases, and word relationships by using strategies including, but not limited to, context clues and word structure. Item Type At Grade 10, this benchmark will be assessed using MC items. Distractor Attributes Distractors may include, but are not limited to • incorrect meanings of assessed phrases found within the excerpted text; • meanings of the assessed phrases that are correct but are not appropriate for the context; • word relationships constructed similarly to the correct response; • details drawn from the text but unrelated to the assessed phrases or test question; and • plausible but incorrect distractors based on the text. Sample Item 5 Analyze Words/Text The sample item below is based on “Woman with Flower/Offspring” on page H–12. Read these lines from “Woman with Flower.” The leaf’s inclined to find its own direction; Give it a chance to seek the sunlight for itself. Based on the rest of the poem, which sentence best restates the meaning of the lines above? A. The leaf isolates itself from other leaves. B. The leaf wants to create its own illusions. C. The leaf prefers to seek its own destination. D. The leaf avoids previously established paths.  Sample Item 6 Word Relationships . Which phrase best describes both the gardener in “Woman with Flower” and the speaker of “Offspring”? A. devoted, but anxious B. distressed, but cautious C. attentive, but impractical D. industrious, but indecisive    

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