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En esta pantalla puedes ver los estándares y expectativas definidos por el Departamento de Educación para duodécimo grado, en English. Además, a la izquierda de su pantalla, podrá acceder a los estándares y expectativas de otros grados. Desde aquí tiene la opción de ver los Planes del Grado disponibles o añadir un Plan Nuevo a este grado y materia.


The student uses the English language to interpret oral input, construct meaning, interact with confidence both verbally and nonverbally, and express ideas effectively in a variety of personal, social, and academic contexts.

Listens carefully during a read aloud, presentation, or performance from a variety of literature, periods, genres, and styles to interpret and analyze character development, dialogue, and setting; makes connections to text; evaluates tone, voice, and mood.
Listens and responds to synthesize, explain, describe, analyze, justify, and debate information; answers and formulates closed and openended questions.
Uses appropriate language structure to analyze and evaluate issues, to problem solve, to explain a process, and to express opinions integrating comparison and contrast statements.
Expresses thoughts and opinions to evaluate text, debate current events, concepts, and literary elements; makes predictions and inferences, as well as draws conclusions from listening to a variety of texts, performances, and multimedia sources; listens to sort and prioritize information.
Analyzes and explains the main idea or topic and important details from learned concepts or readings from a variety of persuasive texts; summarizes, evaluates, and judges effectiveness of the text, performance, speech, or literature.

The student uses reading strategies, literary analysis, and critical thinking skills to construct meaning and develop an understanding as well as an appreciation of a variety of genres of both fiction and nonfiction.

Evaluates context clues, reference sources, and vocabulary expansion strategies to assess word meaning; utilizes Greek and Latin root words to extend vocabulary; classifies, applies, and analyzes vocabulary as academic, cultural, or contemporary based on current trends.
Argues on characterization techniques and character development using text evidence to justify responses; evaluates the setting in fiction and nonfiction; classifies point of view using text evidence to support responses.
Classifies genre, analyzes plot, establishes cause and effect; makes connections, predictions, and inferences in a variety of texts; draws conclusions; analyzes and determines conflict and resolution; uses text evidence to validate responses.
Distinguishes between fact and opinion, infers and supports the main idea in a variety of texts; debates the theme or topic using text evidence to justify and validate position.
Uses elements of poetry and plays to analyze, interpret, and compare and contrast styles, genres, topics, and themes; debates using text evidence to justify position.

The student effectively communicates to a variety of audiences in all forms of writing through the use of the writing process, proper grammar, and ageappropriate expressive vocabulary.

Analyzes and assesses word choice to convey meaning; incorporates transitions, correct grammar, syntax, and style.
Evaluates and applies a variety of organizational techniques to write effective narrative, expository, and persuasive essays using the writing process; demonstrates a preferred style of writing.
Uses creative writing styles to produce poems and other literary forms.
Compares, contrasts, evaluates, and critiques two or more forms of writing on similar topics to write a critical essay.
Organizes, synthesizes, outlines, and evaluates information to write a research paper; demonstrates voice and knowledge of topic throughout the writing.