Cinderella - Lord Alford

Cinderella - Lord Alford

North Carolina Testing Program EOC English I Sample Items Read this student rough draft and answer the questions that follow. Cinderella (1) I have...

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North Carolina Testing Program

EOC English I Sample Items

Read this student rough draft and answer the questions that follow.

Cinderella (1) I have recently seen a movie, I would recommend it to almost any age group, but mainly to young children. (2) The title of this movie is Cinderella. (3) This is a movie that portrays a young girl who is trying to live with her new family and adjust to the changes and problems. (4) I would recommend this movie because there is little, if any, violence. (5) I think that’s a key quality in a good movie. (6) The characters very seldom raise their voices or get hostile. (7) When Cinderella is told to do something, she doesn’t get angry. (8) She does what she is told. (9) She often sings to keep her mind off her family. (10) This gives the movie a peaceful mood. (11) For young kids this is important. (12) They need to watch a good wholesome movie. (13) Cinderella could be an inspiration to young, open minds. (14) In the beginning, she doesn’t seem to get nothing she wants. (15) She’s the one that has to do all the “dirty work.” (16) While it seems the others have a good time of their own. (17) Later, she gets her reward by marrying the handsome prince. (18) The children could see how her life had changed from being lifeless and demeaning to exciting and carefree. (19) The bad feature of this movie is that it don’t truthfully portray real life. (20) At the end of the story, Cinderella’s wishes are granted. (21) She got away from her troubles. (22) Not all stories have happy endings. (23) This could mislead youth in the wrong direction. (24) Cinderella seems to live “happily ever after.” (25) In most cases this just doesn’t happen in reality. (26) I would recommend Cinderella to those of you that maybe baby-sit or have little ones at home. (27) This is a truly enjoyable movie, that is a pleasure to watch time and time again.

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North Carolina Testing Program

1.

2.

3.

Which change should be made to correct sentence 1?

EOC English I Sample Items

4.

Which change should be made to correct sentence 27?

A

change seen to saw

A

change is to was

B

change movie, to movie;

B

change movie, to movie

C

change any to each

C

change time and time to time, and time

D

change mainly to main

D

change again to agin

Which change should be made to correct sentence 14?

5.

Which is a fragment?

A

change beginning to begining

A

(8) She does what she is told.

B

change seem to appear

B

C

(9) She often sings to keep her mind off her family.

change nothing to anything

D

C change wants to wanted

(16) While it seems the others have a good time of their own.

D

(22) Not all stories have happy endings.

Which change should be made to correct sentence 19? A

change feature to features

B

change is to are

C

change don’t to doesn’t

D

change portray to portrays

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North Carolina Testing Program

6.

How could sentences 2 and 3 best be combined to improve conciseness? A

This movie Cinderella, is portraying a young girl who tries to live with her new family and who has to adjust to the changes and problems that occur.

EOC English I Sample Items

7.

In recommending the movie for children, the writer expresses which concern? A

The happy ending gives an unrealistic view of life.

B

The lack of violence will not keep children’s interest.

C

Cinderella having to do all the “dirty work” might upset children. Cinderella’s wicked stepmother may reinforce negative stereotypes.

B

Adjusting to changes and problems, Cinderella is a movie portraying a young girl who tries to live with her new family.

C

Cinderella, the movie, portrays a young girl who tries to live with her new family and adjusting to changes and problems as they occur.

D

D

The movie Cinderella portrays a young girl living with her new family and trying to adjust to changes and problems.

End of Sample Items

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English 1

EOC English I Sample Items Question Number

Correct Answer

Thinking Skill

Objective Number

Cinderella

1

B

Analyzing

6.01

Cinderella

2

C

Analyzing

6.01

Cinderella

3

C

Analyzing

6.02

Cinderella

4

B

Knowledge

6.02

Cinderella

5

C

Knowledge

6.02

Cinderella

6

D

Evaluating

6.01

Cinderella

7

A

Analyzing

4.02

Selection Title

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