Selected Response Item for Grade 7
Standard 2.0 Comprehension of Informational Text
Topic A. Comprehension of Informational Text
Indicator 1. Apply comprehension skills by selecting, reading, and interpreting a variety of print and non-print informational texts, including electronic media
Objective a. Read, use, and identify the characteristics of primary and secondary sources of academic information such as textbooks, trade books, reference and research materials, periodicals, editorials, speeches, interviews, articles, non-print materials, and online materials, other appropriate content-specific texts
Assessment limit: Grade-appropriate primary and secondary texts
Which sentence from "Bard of Avon" is least helpful in identifying this article as nonfiction?
- Soon other playhouses were built, first the Curtain, then the Rose, and the Swan.
- Plays were only done in daylight and in nice weather, as there were no lights or heat.
- William Shakespeare went to London just at the time when modern theater was taking shape.
- In 1576, when Sheakespeare was still a schoolboy, an actor named James Burbage put up a building near London designed solely for the performance of plays.
|B. Plays were only done in daylight and in nice weather, as there were no lights or heat.|