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Subject Area - CC.1:
English Language Arts
  • Standard Area - CC.1.3: Reading Literature: Students read and respond to works of literature - with emphasis on comprehension, making connections among ideas and between texts with focus on textual evidence.
  • Grade Level - CC.1.3.9-10: GRADES 9-10
Standard - CC.1.3.9-10.E
Analyze how an author’s choices concerning how to structure a text, order events within it and manipulate time create an effect.
  • Assessment Anchor - L.F.2

    Analyzing and interpreting literature—Fiction

    • Anchor Descriptor - L.F.2.3 Use appropriate strategies to compare, analyze, and evaluate literary elements.
      • Eligible Content - L.F.2.3.1

        Explain, interpret, compare, describe, analyze, and/or evaluate character in a variety of fiction:

        Note: Character may also be called narrator or speaker.

        • the actions, motives, dialogue, emotions/feelings, traits, and relationships among characters within fictional text
        • the relationship between characters and other components of a text
        • the development by authors of complex characters and their roles and functions within a text
      • Eligible Content - L.F.2.3.2

        Explain, interpret, compare, describe, analyze, and/or evaluate setting in a variety of fiction:

        • the relationship between setting and other components of the text (character, plot, and other key literary elements)
      • Eligible Content - L.F.2.3.3

        Explain, interpret, compare, describe, analyze, and/or evaluate plot in a variety of fiction:

        Note: Plot may also be called action.

        • elements of the plot (e.g. exposition, conflict, rising action, climax, falling action, and/or resolution)
        • the relationship between elements of the plot and other components of the text
        • how the author structures plot to advance the action
      • Eligible Content - L.F.2.3.4

        Explain, interpret, compare, describe, analyze, and/or evaluate theme in a variety of fiction:

        • the relationship between the theme and other components of the text
        • comparing and contrasting how major themes are developed across genres
        • the reflection of traditional and contemporary issues, themes, motifs, universal characters, and genres
        • the way in which a work of literature is related to the themes and issues of its historical period
      • Eligible Content - L.F.2.3.5

        Explain, interpret, compare, describe, analyze, and/or evaluate voice, tone, style, and mood in a variety of fiction:

        • the relationship between the tone, style, and/or mood and other components of the text
        • how voice and choice of speaker (narrator) affect the mood, tone, and/or meaning of the text
        • how diction, syntax, figurative language, sentence variety, etc., determine the author’s style
      • Eligible Content - L.F.2.3.6

        Explain, interpret, compare, describe, analyze, and/or evaluate point of view in a variety of fiction:

        • the point of view of the narrator as first person or third person point of view
        • the impact of point of view on the meaning of the text as a whole
    • Anchor Descriptor - L.F.2.4 Use appropriate strategies to interpret and analyze the universal significance of literary fiction.
    • Anchor Descriptor - L.F.2.5

      Use appropriate strategies to identify and analyze literary devices and patterns in literary fiction.

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