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  1. Making Delicious Brownies Brandon’s teacher has asked the class to write a composition. Brandon decides to write about how to make his mom’s delicious brownies. • All of these could help Brandon before he begins writing his essay except – • A watching his mom make brownies • B starting his rough draft • C narrowing his topic • D making a web of the information he wants to use 2 Which of these best describes the reason for writing this essay? F to explain how to do something G to tell a story H to write a cookbook J to persuade provided bySimply Achieve, Inc.

  2. Answer Sheet – For Teacher Use Notes to Teacher: The multiple-choice subtest of the Grade 5 English: Writing SOL test will have a series of brief scenarios, each of which defines a writing task for a specified audience. Items following the statement of the writing task will address planning or prewriting activities relevant to the specified task and will be coded to the Planning, Composing, and Revising reporting category. A rough draft of a response to the specified writing task will follow the planning/prewriting test items. The rough draft will be divided into sections. One section will have errors which require revision such as the inclusion of a sentence that does not belong or two sentences that need to be combined. Questions with this part of the rough draft will require the student to correct these errors by choosing the correct revision from the answer choices provided. These items will also be coded to the Planning, Composing, and Revising reporting category. Another section of the rough draft will contain embedded errors in usage or mechanics. Items following this section will require students to choose the answer which represents correct usage or mechanics. These items will be coded to the Editing reporting category. In some cases there will be no error and the correct answer will be "as it is." provided bySimply Achieve, Inc.

  3. Preheat the oven. Mix all of the ingredients. Organize all the ingredients. Baking delicious brownies Bake brownies and check to see if they are done. Get strawberries for your next dessert. After narrowing his topic to baking brownies, Brandon created this cluster diagram. Use it to answer questions 3 and 4. • Which detail does not belong on Brandon’s diagram? • A Get strawberries for your next dessert. • B Preheat the oven. • C Organize all the ingredients. • D Mix all of the ingredients. • The audience for this essay would be all of the following except – • F people who enjoy chocolate • G people who enjoy baking • H people who want to make a tasty dessert • J people who like fruit pies provided bySimply Achieve, Inc.

  4. Answer Sheet – For Teacher Use Notes to Teacher: During the revising stage of the writing process students will revise for focus, organization, and elaboration. To assist students in developing these skills direct instruction must take place on including important details, deleting unnecessary information and varying sentences. The Standards of Learning writing assessment will ask students to use their revising skills to identify ways to improve a passage that is provided. To be successful on this section of the test students must be able to suggest the best way to combine provided sentences, choose a more descriptive way to write provided sentences and locate unneeded information. provided bySimply Achieve, Inc.

  5. Read the first part of Brandon's rough draft. Use it to answer the questions below. (1)My mom’s brownies are the most delicious I’ve ever eaten. (2)Last Christmas, she taught me her famous recipe. (3)I will share it with you. (4)First, you need to get all of your stuff together. (5)You will need a box of brownie mix, two eggs, oil, water, and two of your favorite candy bars. (6)Candy bars without nuts are much better for this recipe. • How are sentences 2 and 3 best combined without changing their meaning? • A Last Christmas, I learned from my mom a recipe that is famous to share with you. • B Last Christmas, she taught me her famous recipe, and I will share it with you. • C She taught me the famous recipe last Christmas for me to share it with you. • D Last Christmas, a famous recipe that I can share with you was taught to me. • How can sentence 5 be written with more specific detail? • F You first need to get everything together. • G You should get all your stuff organized first. • H You need to get organized with all of your stuff before you do anything. • J First you need to organize all of your ingredients. provided bySimply Achieve, Inc.

  6. Answer Sheet – For Teacher Use Notes to Teacher: During the revising stage of the writing process students will revise for focus, organization, and elaboration. To assist students in developing these skills direct instruction must take place on including important details, deleting unnecessary information and varying sentences. The Standards of Learning Writing Assessments will ask students to use their revising skills to identify ways to improve a passage that is provided. To be successful on this section of the test students must be able to suggest the best way to combine provided sentences, choose a more descriptive way to write provided sentences and locate unneeded information. provided bySimply Achieve, Inc.

  7. Read the next part of Brandon’s rough draft. Use it to answer the questions below. (7)After you’ve set-up all of your ingredients, you should mix everything together except the candy bars. (8)Make sure you preheat your oven to 350 degrees. (9)Next, grease your baking pan and pour the brownie mix into the pan. (10)Before you place the pan in the oven, break-up the candy bars and place the pieces on top of the batter. (11)After you have done this, bake the brownies for thirty five minutes. 7 In sentence 7, how is you’vebest written? A youve B you,ve C you ve D as it is 8 In sentence 11, how is thirty fivebest written? F thirtyfive G Thirty Five H thirty-five J as it is provided bySimply Achieve, Inc.

  8. Answer Sheet – For Teacher Use Notes to Teacher: During the editing stage of the writing process students will edit for correct punctuation and sentence construction. provided bySimply Achieve, Inc.

  9. Read the next part of Brandon’s rough draft. Use it to answer the questions below. (12)Before taking your brownies from the oven, check to make sure they are done. (13)You can do this by sticking a fork into the center of the brownies. (14)If the fork comes out clean, the brownies are ready. (15)If it doesn’t, they need a few more minutes. (16)I think brownies are best when they are served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. (17)My dad likes them with hot fudge. (18)My Mom’s brownies with candy bar pieces are definitely the best brownies in the world. • In sentence 15, doesn’t is correctly written – • A don’t • B doesen’t • C does’nt • D as it is • In sentence 18, how is Mom’sbest written? • F mom’s • G moms • H moms’ • J as it is provided bySimply Achieve, Inc.

  10. Answer Sheet – For Teacher Use Notes to Teacher: During the editing stage of the writing process students will edit for use of language, capitalization, punctuation and spelling. Students can earn 14 multiple choice points and 8 possible score from the direct-writing component by accurately editing. On Standards of Learning Assessments writing assessments students will edit for the use of: provided bySimply Achieve, Inc.