Name __________________________
Pre-Assessment
Period _______
Standard: 7.11.4.4. Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases based on grade 7 reading and
content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies: (b) use common grade-appropriate Greek or Latin affixes and roots as clues to the
meaning of a word
1 – Emerging
Student knows the 3 word parts, but
doesn’t use his/her knowledge of the
word parts to help determine meaning
of unknown words.
2 – Developing
Student knows the 3 word parts and can
break a word into its parts, but cannot
determine meaning of unknown words.
3 – Proficient
4 – Exceeds Proficiency
Student knows the 3 word parts and can
use that information to determine meaning
of unknown words based on knowledge of
common affixes and roots (14/20).
Student knows the 3 word parts and can
use that information to determine
meaning of unknown words based on
knowledge of common affixes and roots
(17/20).
WORDS PART QUIZ
List the 3 word parts and define them:
1. ___________________
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2. ___________________
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3. ___________________
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Break the following word into its parts and tell what each part means or does.
inconceivable
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___________________
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___________________
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Write an overall definition for “inconceivable” in a complete sentence.
________________________________________________________________________________________________
List 3 words related to the word “inconceivable”
1. ____________________
2. ____________________
3. ____________________
In a complete sentence, answer, what makes words related?
______________________________________________________________________
In the space provided write what each prefix and root means
Prefixes
Roots
1. non
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1. act
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2. de
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2. bio
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3. re
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3. cred
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4. pre
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4. loc
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5. anti
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5. graph
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6. ir
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6. ject
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7. mid
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7. struct ___________
8. un
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8. aud
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9. dis
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9. vid
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10. sub
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10. port
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Name __________________________
Pre-Assessment
Period _______
Standard: 7.11.1.1. Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking:
(a) Explain the function of phrases and clauses in general and their function in specific sentences.
(b) Choose among simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex sentences to signal differing relationships among ideas.
1 – Emerging
2 – Developing
3 – Proficient
4 – Exceeds Proficiency
Student cannot explain the function of a
phrase and doesn’t know enough of the
criteria of a simple sentence to write one
correctly.
Student cannot explain the function of a
phrase, but knows enough of the criteria
of a simple sentence to write one with
minor errors.
Student can explain what a phrase does
and understands the basic criteria of a
simple sentence and can use that
understanding to write a simple sentence
correctly.
Student what a phrase does and understands
the basic criteria of a simple sentence and can
use that understanding to write a simple
sentence correctly. Students can also explain
what makes a simple sentence simple (or
different from other types of sentences).
SIMPLE SENTENCE QUIZ
What is a subject?
_________________________________________________________
What is a verb?
_________________________________________________________
For the sentences below, underline the subject of the sentence and circle the verb.
1. Many of the students went to the park for lunch.
2. Many students ate a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
3. At the pep fest, Billy asked Tina on a date.
4. Uncle Chuck hates opening gifts in front of people.
What is a phrase?
_________________________________________________________
Write an example of a noun phrase.
_________________________________________________________
Write an example of a verb phrase.
_________________________________________________________
List the 5 criteria for a complete sentence:
1. _____________________________________________________________________
2. _____________________________________________________________________
3. _____________________________________________________________________
4. _____________________________________________________________________
5. _____________________________________________________________________
Write a sentence that is grammatically correct and underline the subject and circle the verb of your sentence.
______________________________________________________________________________________________.
What makes a simple sentence simple?
_______________________________________________________________________
What is the comma series rule?
_______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
Write a sentence for the formula SSVVV
_______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
Name __________________________
Pre-Assessment
Period _______
Standard: 7.11.1.1. Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking: (a) Explain the function of
phrases and clauses in general and their function in specific sentences. (b) Choose among simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex sentences to
signal differing relationships among ideas.
1 – Emerging
Student doesn’t knows what an
independent clause is and does
and cannot write a compound
sentence.
2 – Developing
Student knows what an
independent clause is and does
but cannot successfully write a
compound sentence.
3 – Proficient
Student knows what an
independent clause is and does
and can combine two
independent clauses correctly to
write a compound sentence.
4 – Exceeds Proficiency
Student knows what an
independent clause is and does
and can combine two
independent clauses correctly to
write a compound sentence and
can change the compound
sentence to another sentence
type.
COMPOUND SENTENCE STRUCTURE QUIZ
What is a compound sentence?
____________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
List the 3 criteria for an independent clause.
1. ______________________________________
2. ______________________________________
3. ______________________________________
List the 7 coordinate conjunctions
1. _____________________
2. _____________________
3. _____________________
4. _____________________
5. _____________________
6. ______________________
7. ______________________
What is the function of conjunctions?
________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________
Write a sentence for the compound sentence formula I,c I
________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________
Write a sentence for the compound sentence formula I;I
________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________
Take one of your above sentences and turn it into two simple sentences
________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________
Name __________________________
Pre-Assessment
Period _______
Standard: 7.11.1.1. Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking: (a) Explain the function of
phrases and clauses in general and their function in specific sentences. (b) Choose among simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex sentences to
signal differing relationships among ideas.
1 – Emerging
Student doesn’t know what a
dependent clause is and does
and cannot write a complex
sentence.
2 – Developing
3 – Proficient
4 – Exceeds Proficiency
Student knows what a dependent
clause is and does but cannot
successfully write a complex
sentence.
Student knows what a dependent
clause is and does and can
combine it with an independent
clause correctly to write a
complex sentence.
Student knows what a dependent
clause is and does and can combine it
with an independent clause correctly
to write a complex sentence and can
change the complex sentence into
either two simple sentences or one
compound sentence.
COMPLEX SENTENCE STRUCTURE QUIZ
List the 3 criteria for a dependent clause
1________________________
2. _______________________
3. _______________________
List 3 Subordinate Conjunctions
1. _______________________
2. _______________________
3. _______________________
On what is a dependent clause depend?
_____________________________________________________________________
Write a sentence for the following complex sentence formula D,I
______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
Write a sentence for the following complex sentence formula ID
______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
Take one of your above sentences and turn it into two simple sentences or one compound sentence.
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
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