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New Jersey Cumulative Progress Indicators (Grade 10)

This chart correlates the New Jersey Cumulative Progress Indicators to the chapters of The Essential Guide to Language, Writing, and Literature, Blue Level.

Standard

Chapter(s)

3.1.D.1 Fluency: Read developmentally appropriate materials at an independent level with accuracy and speed.

Chapter 31 Study Skills and Test-taking

3.1.D.3 Fluency: Read a variety of genres and types of text with fluency and comprehension.

Chapter 31 Study Skills and Test-taking

3.1.E.1 Reading Strategies: Identify, assess, and apply personal Chapter 31 Study Skills and Test-taking reading strategies that were most effective in previous learning from a variety of texts.

3.1.E.3 Reading Strategies: Judge the most effective graphic organizers to use with various text types for memory retention and monitoring comprehension.

Chapter 31 Study Skills and Test-taking

3.1.F.1 Vocabulary and Concept Development: Use knowledge of word origins and word relationships, as well as historical and literary context clues, to determine the meanings of specialized vocabulary.

Chapter 28 Vocabulary Power

3.1.F.2 Vocabulary and Concept Development: Use knowledge of root words to understand new words.

Chapter 28 Vocabulary Power

3.1.F.3 Vocabulary and Concept Development: Apply reading vocabulary in different content areas.

Chapter 28 Vocabulary Power

3.1.G.1 Comprehension Skills and Response to Text: Identify, describe, evaluate, and synthesize the central ideas in informational texts.

Chapter 31 Study Skills and Test-taking

3.1.G.10 Comprehension Skills and Response to Text: Differentiate between fact and opinion by using complete and accurate information, coherent arguments, and points of view.

Chapter 29 Critical Thinking

3.1.G.11 Comprehension Skills and Response to Text: Analyz how an author's use of words creates tone and mood, and how choice of words advances the theme or purpose of the work.

e Chapter 21 Writing About Literature Chapter 29 Critical Thinking

3.1.G.12 Comprehension Skills and Response to Text:

Demonstrate familiarity with everyday texts such as job and college applications, W-2 forms, and contracts.

Chapter 24 Communication for College Chapter 25 Communication for the World of Work

3.1.G.4 Comprehension Skills and Response to Text: Compare and evaluate the relationship between past literary traditions and contemporary writing.

Chapter 21 Writing About Literature

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