11-12.RL.2.1 Analyze what a text says explicitly and implicitly as well as inferences and interpretations drawn from the text through citing textual evidence determining where the text leaves matters uncertain.
11-12.RL.3.1 Analyze and evaluate how an author's choices concerning how to structure specific parts of a work of literature (e.g. the choice of where to begin or end a story, the choice to provide a comedic or tragic resolution) contribute to its overall meaning and effect of a work.
11-12.RL.3.2 Analyze a work of literature in which the reader must distinguish between what is directly stated and what is intended in order to understand the perspectives (e.g., satire, sarcasm, irony ,or understatement).
11-12.RL.4.1 Analyze multiple interpretations or adaptations of a story and evaluate the extent to which multiple interpretations of a story, play, or poem stay faithful to or departs from the text or script and analyze the impact of the interpretations on the audience.
11-12.RL.4.2 Analyze and evaluate works of literary or cultural significance in history for the way in which these works have used archetypes drawn from myths, traditional stories,or religious works, as well as how two or more of the works treat similar themes, conflicts, issues, or topics, and maintain relevance for current audiences.