Level 5
1. Use context clues to
determine the
meaning of an
unfamiliar word
2. Determine the
meanings of
complex words by
using the meaning
of familiar base
words and affixes
3. Determine the
meanings of
complex words by
using Greek or Latin
roots
4. Use knowledge of
antonyms or
synonyms to infer
the meanings of
words by using
simple analysis
5. Analyze the context
surrounding a word
with multiple
meanings to
determine the
correct meaning of
the word
6. Analyze the word or
phrase to determine
small or subtle
differences in
meanings between
related words
Reading Grade 5 FCAT 2.0 - Vocabulary
Level 4
Level 3
Level 2
1. Use context clues to
determine the
meaning of an
unfamiliar word
2. Determine the
meanings of
complex words by
using the meaning
of familiar base
words and affixes
3. Determine the
meanings of
complex words by
using Greek or Latin
roots
4. Use knowledge of
antonyms or
synonyms to infer
the meanings of
words by using
simple analysis
5. Analyze the context
surrounding a word
with multiple
meanings to
determine the
correct meaning of
the word
6. Analyze the word or
phrase to determine
small or subtle
differences in
meanings between
related words
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1. Use context clues to
determine the
meaning of an
unfamiliar word
2. Determine the
meanings of
complex words by
using the meaning
of familiar base
words and affixes
3. Determine the
meanings of
complex words by
using Greek or Latin
roots
4. Use knowledge of
antonyms or
synonyms to
determine
meanings of words
1. Use context clues to
determine the
meaning of an
unfamiliar word
2. Determine the
meanings of
complex words by
using the meaning
of familiar base
words and affixes
3. Determine the
meanings of
complex words by
using Greek or Latin
roots
4. Use knowledge of
antonyms or
synonyms to
determine
meanings of words
5. Analyze the context
surrounding a word
with multiple
meanings to
determine the
correct meaning of
the word
6. Analyze the word or
phrase to determine
small or subtle
differences in
meanings between
related words
5. Analyze the context
surrounding a word
with multiple
meanings to
determine the
correct meaning of
the word
6. Analyze the word or
phrase to determine
small or subtle
differences in
meanings between
related words
Level 1
1. Performance at this
level indicates an
inadequate level of
success with the
challenging content of
the Next Generation
Sunshine State
Standards for reading
Page 1
Level 5
Reading Grade 5 FCAT 2.0 - Reading Application
Level 4
Level 3
Level 2
1. Identify and analyze
the author's purpose
or perspective and
how it affects meaning
2. Analyze a stated or
implied main idea
1. Identify and analyze
the author's purpose
or perspective
1. Identify the author's
purpose or
perspective
1. Identify the author's
purpose or
perspective
2. Determine a stated or
implied main idea
2. Determine a stated
main idea
3. Evaluate and
synthesize relevant
details
4. Draw conclusions,
make inferences, and
determine
chronological order
3. Identify and evaluate
relevant details
2. Determine a stated or
strongly implied main
idea
3. Identify relevant
details
5. Interpret cause-andeffect relationships
through facts and
details within the text
6. Analyze text
structures/organizatio
nal patterns (e.g.,
comparison/contrast,
cause/effect, sequence
of events,
definition/explanation,
listing/description,
question/answer) and
determine their impact
on meaning
7. Synthesize information
to interpret a theme or
topic
8. Analyze and evaluate
similarities and
differences between
text elements
5. Analyze implied causeand-effect
relationships
4. Draw logical
conclusions, make
inferences, and
determine
chronological order
5. Identify cause-andeffect relationships
4. Draw logical
conclusions, make
inferences, and
determine
chronological order
5. Identify cause-andeffect relationships
6. Recognize text
structures/organizatio
nal patterns (e.g.,
comparison/contrast,
cause/effect,
sequence of events,
definition/explanation,
listing/description,
question/answer) and
determine their
impact on meaning
7. Identify a clear and
recognizable theme or
topic;
8. Identify similarities
and differences
between text
elements
6. Identify text
structures/organizatio
nal patterns (e.g.,
comparison/contrast,
cause/effect,
sequence of events,
definition/explanation,
listing/description,
question/answer) and
determine their
impact on meaning
7. Identify a clear and
recognizable theme or
topic
8. Identify clear
similarities and
differences between
text elements
4. Draw conclusions,
make inferences, and
determine
chronological order
6. Determine text
structures/organizatio
nal patterns (e.g.,
comparison/contrast,
cause/effect,
sequence of events,
definition/explanation,
listing/description,
question/answer) and
determine their
impact on meaning
7. Determine an implied
theme or specific topic
8. Analyze similarities
and differences
between text
elements
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3. Identify relevant
details
Level 1
1. Performance
at this level
indicates an
inadequate
level of success
with the
challenging
content of the
Next
Generation
Sunshine State
Standards for
reading
Page 2
Level 5
Reading Grade 5 FCAT 2.0 - Literary Analysis: Fiction and Nonfiction
Level 4
Level 3
Level 2
1. Identify, interpret, and
evaluate character
development, character
point of view, setting,
plot development, and
problem/resolution and
how they contribute to
and affect meaning
2. Analyze the use of
descriptive (e.g., mood,
imagery) or figurative
(e.g., simile, metaphor,
personification)
language and how it
impacts meaning
3. Identify, interpret, and
evaluate information
from a variety of text
features (e.g., titles,
subtitles, headings,
subheadings, italicized
text, sections, tables,
charts, graphs,
diagrams, illustrations,
captions, maps, text
boxes) to determine
meaning
1. Identify and interpret
character
development,
character point of
view, setting, plot
development, and
problem/resolution
and how they
contribute to and
affect meaning
2. Identify and interpret
the use of descriptive
(e.g., mood, imagery)
or figurative (e.g.,
simile, metaphor,
personification)
language and how it
impacts meaning
3. Identify, analyze, and
use information from
a variety of text
features (e.g., titles,
subtitles, headings,
subheadings, italicized
text, sections, tables,
charts, graphs,
diagrams, illustrations,
captions, maps, text
boxes) to determine
meaning
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1. Identify and interpret
character
development,
character point of
view, setting, plot
development, and
problem/resolution
and how they
contribute to and
affect meaning
2. Identify and interpret
the use of descriptive
(e.g., mood, imagery)
or figurative (e.g.,
simile, metaphor,
personification)
language and how it
impacts meaning
3. Identify, analyze, and
use information from
a variety of text
features (e.g., titles,
subtitles, headings,
subheadings, italicized
text, sections, tables,
charts, graphs,
diagrams, illustrations,
captions, maps, text
boxes) to determine
meaning
1. Identify character
development,
character point of
view, setting, plot
development, and
problem/resolution
2. Identify the use of
descriptive (e.g.,
mood, imagery) or
figurative (e.g., simile,
metaphor,
personification)
language
Level 1
1. Performance at
this level
indicates an
inadequate level
of success with
the challenging
content of the
Next Generation
Sunshine State
Standards for
reading
3. Identify the purpose
of text features (e.g.,
titles, subtitles,
headings,
subheadings,
italicized text,
sections, tables,
charts, graphs,
diagrams,
illustrations, captions,
maps, text boxes) to
determine meaning
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Level 5
1. Identify, analyze, and
evaluate information
from a variety of text
features (e.g., titles,
subtitles, headings,
subheadings,
italicized text,
sections, tables,
charts, graphs,
diagrams,
illustrations, captions,
maps, text boxes) to
determine meaning
2. Locate, interpret,
organize, and
synthesize
information from
multiple sources for a
variety of purposes
3. Evaluate the validity
and reliability of
information by
synthesizing two or
more related ideas
and applying this
information to an
appropriate task
Reading Grade 5 FCAT 2.0 - Informational Text and Research Process
Level 4
Level 3
Level 2
1. Identify and analyze
information from a
variety of text
features (e.g., titles,
subtitles, headings,
subheadings,
italicized text,
sections, tables,
charts, graphs,
diagrams,
illustrations,
captions, maps, text
boxes) to determine
meaning
2. Locate, interpret,
organize, and
synthesize
information from
multiple sources for a
variety of purposes
3. Determine and
evaluate the validity
and reliability of
information by
identifying
supporting facts and
apply this
information to an
appropriate task
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1. Identify and analyze
information from a
variety of text
features (e.g., titles,
subtitles, headings,
subheadings,
italicized text,
sections, tables,
charts, graphs,
diagrams,
illustrations,
captions, maps, text
boxes) to determine
meaning
2. Locate, interpret, and
organize information
from multiple
sources for a variety
of purposes
1. Identify information
from a variety of text
features (e.g., titles,
subtitles, headings,
subheadings,
italicized text,
sections, tables,
charts, graphs,
diagrams,
illustrations,
captions, maps, text
boxes)
3. Determine the
validity and reliability
of information by
identifying
supporting facts
3. Determine the
validity and reliability
of information by
identifying
supporting facts
Level 1
1. Performance at this
level indicates an
inadequate level of
success with the
challenging content of
the Next Generation
Sunshine State
Standards for reading
2. Locate, interpret,
and organize
information from
multiple sources for
a variety of purposes
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