Literature Review - Texas State University

Literature Review - Texas State University

Texas CCRS vs Texas Adult Education Content Standards A Comparison of Math and Writing Standards Writing Standards Comparison Texas CCRS Standard Standard I. Writing A) Compose a variety of texts that demonstrate clear focus, the logical development of ideas in wellorganized paragraphs, and the use of appropriate language that advances the authors purpose. Texas Adult Education Content Strand 1 Determine Purpose Benchmarks: As learners progress across levels, benchmarks become more challenging and are completed with increasing independence. I.A.1 Determine effective approaches, forms, and rhetorical techniques that demonstrate understanding of the writers purpose and audience. 1. A.1 Determine effective approaches, forms, and rhetorical techniques that demonstrate understanding of the writers purpose and audience. 1.A.1.a Prepare a topic proposal that specifies and

justifies the topic, audience, and purpose. 1.A.1.b Identify the types of writing (e.g., informational, analytical, polemical) and forms of writing (e.g., letter, editorial, essay) that are appropriate for the writers particular purpose and audience. 1.A.1.c Recognize rhetorical techniques appropriate to the purpose, audience, and form of a particular composition. Sec 2.Strand 1.Level 6 Determine the purpose and audience for communicating in writing independently. Writing Standards Comparison Texas CCRS Standard Standard I. Writing A) Compose a variety of texts that demonstrate clear focus, the logical development of ideas in wellorganized paragraphs, and the use of appropriate language that advances the authors purpose. Texas Adult Education Content Strand 2 Organize Information Benchmarks: As learners progress across levels, benchmarks become more challenging and are completed with increasing independence. I.A.2 Generate ideas and gather information relevant to the topic and purpose, keeping careful records of outside sources. I.A.2 Generate ideas and gather information relevant to the topic and purpose, keeping careful records of outside sources.

Sec. 2.Strand 2.Level 6 Independently plan and organize information using a variety of resources and strategies to produce a legible and comprehensible draft. 1.A.2. Generate ideas and gather information relevant to the topic and purpose, keeping careful records of outside sources. Sec. 2.Strand 2.Level 6 Independently plan and organize information using a variety of resources and strategies to produce a legible and comprehensible draft. 1.A.2.a Utilize effective pre-writing strategies: outline and prioritize ideas, anticipate questions that might be raised by readers, and identify appropriate primary and secondary source material. 1.A.2.b Evaluate the reliability of possible sources and prepare an annotated bibliography. Sec. 2.Strand 2.Level 6 Writing Standards Comparison Texas CCRS Standard Standard I. Writing A) Compose a variety of texts that demonstrate clear focus, the logical development of ideas in wellorganized paragraphs, and the use of appropriate language that advances the authors purpose. 1.A.3 Evaluate relevance, quality, sufficiency, and depth of preliminary ideas and information, organize material generated, and formulate a thesis. 1.A.3 Evaluate relevance, quality, sufficiency, and depth of preliminary ideas and information, organize

material generated, and formulate a thesis. 1.A.3.a Craft a thesis statement that articulates a position and logically organize relevant evidence and examples that support the thesis statement. 1.A.3.b Become familiar with the various forms of plagiarism related to both textual and electronic sources and appropriately cite all borrowed materials. 1.A.3.c Demonstrate familiarity with different perspectives on a topic in addition to the writers. Marshal evidence to accomplish the writers purpose for the specified audience. Texas Adult Education Content Writing Standards Comparison Texas CCRS Standard Standard I. Writing A) Compose a variety of texts that demonstrate clear focus, the logical development of ideas in wellorganized paragraphs, and the use of appropriate language that advances the authors purpose. I.A.5 Edit writing for proper voice, tense, and syntax, assuring that it conforms to standard English, when appropriate. I.A.5.d - Improve coherence by increasing logical connections within and between sentences. I.A.5.e - Edit for correct sentence structure (e.g., subordination, coordination). I.A.5.f - Consult reference guides for citation conventions, grammar, mechanics, and punctuation. I.A.5.g - Use a variety of proofreading techniques to compensate for the limitations of automated aids such

as electronic spell and grammar checks. Texas Adult Education Content Strand 5 Edit Writing Benchmarks: As learners progress across levels, benchmarks become more challenging and are completed with increasing independence. Sec. 2.Strand 5.Level 6 Undertake multiple rereadings of text in order to make comprehensive edits for: a) Grammar verb tenses including past perfect progressive and future perfect progressive tenses, past unreal conditionals, modals in past tense, b) Varied sentence structures with phrases and clauses, c) the active voice d) Spelling, punctuation, capitalization, language usage. Sec. 2.Strand 5.Level 6 Undertake multiple re-readings of text in order to make comprehensive edits for: Varied sentence structures with phrases and clauses, Sec. 2.Strand 5.Level 6 Undertake multiple re-readings of text in order to make comprehensive edits for: Sec. 2.Strand 5.Level 6.a Grammar verb tenses including past perfect progressive and future perfect progressive tenses, past unreal conditionals, modals in past tense, Sec. 2.Strand 5.Level 6 Undertake multiple re-readings of text in order to make comprehensive edits for: Sec. 2.Strand 5.Level 6.d Spelling, punctuation, Math Standards Comparison Texas CCRS Standard Standard

Texas Adult Education Content II) Algebraic Reasoning B) Manipulating expressions Strand 12 Order of Operations and Linear Equations Benchmarks: As learners progress across levels, benchmarks become more challenging and are completed with increasing independence. II.B.1 Recognize and use algebraic (field) properties, concepts, procedures, and algorithms to combine, transform, and evaluate expressions (e.g. polynomials, radicals, rational expressions) Sec. 2.Strand 12.Level 6.a Solve linear equations with one variable using strategies such as the distributive property and/or transposition. Sec. 2.Strand 12.Level 6.b Add and subtract polynomials Sec. 2.Strand 12.Level 6.c Factor binomials and trinomials using strategies such as greatest common factor, difference of two squares, and/or x + bx + c form II.B.1.a Use the algebraic (field) properties (e.g. commutative, associative, distributive) and order of operations to transform expressions to equivalent expressions II.B.1.b Use the algebraic (field) properties and order of operations to evaluate variable expressions when given the value of the variables II.B.1.c Explain why the algorithms and procedures used to transform algebraic expressions are valid

Math Standards Comparison Texas CCRS Standard Standard III) Geometric Reasoning A) Figures and their properties Texas Adult Education Content Strand 7 Area, Perimeters, and Angles Benchmarks: As learners progress across levels, benchmarks become more challenging and are completed with increasing independence. III.A.3 Recognize and apply right triangle relationships including basic trigonometry III.A.3a Apply the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse to solve real-life situations in two and three dimensions III.A.3.b Apply Pythagorean triples and special right triangle relationships to solve problems III.A.3.c Solve right triangle situations using sine, cosine, and tangent Sec. 2.Strand 7.Level 6.A Use basic trigonometric functions sine, cosine, and tangent. Math Standards Comparison Texas CCRS Standard Standard Texas Adult Education Content II) Algebraic Reasoning D) Representations

1) Interpret multiple representations of equations and relationships Strand 10 Graphs and Charts Benchmarks: As learners progress across levels, benchmarks become more challenging and are completed with increasing independence. II.D.1.a Interpret graphical representations of equations Sec. 2.Strand 10.Level 6.a Interpret, represent, and identify trends and/or make inferences and draw conclusions from complex graphs, schedules, tables, and diagrams. II.D.1.b Understand how variables can be used to express generalizations and represent situations II.D.1.c Recognize the solution(s) to an equation from a table of values II.D.1.d Describe numerical patterns using algebraic expression and equations in closed or recursive forms, such as arithmetic sequences Sec. 2.Strand 10.Level 6.a Interpret, represent, and identify trends and/or make inferences and draw conclusions from complex graphs, schedules, tables, and diagrams.

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