MMS Hodges Red, Orange, Green Combo
Terms in this set (45)
To explain the meaning of something.
To form an opinion from evidence.
A simple series of words or numerals; to place in a specified category.
To judge the condition of someone or something in a careful and thoughtful way.
To talk about something (an idea) with another person or group.
To make something new by combining different things.
To give examples in order to make something easier to understand.
Provide a good reason for something.
A course or path that one follows; to explain in detail, step by step.
To identify something similar to another object.
To examine the differences.
To retell information using fewer words; to tell the beginning, middle and end.
To say that something is true when some people may not believe it.
A drawing or pictures that only show the shape of an object; to list or describe only the most important parts of something.
To cause someone to believe that something is true.
Not important or relating to what is being discussed.
To create, invent, or produce something by careful thought and effort.
To study closely and carefully; to learn the nature and relationship of the parts by a close and careful examination.
To make something easy to understand; to tell, show or be the reason for or show something.
To prove something by showing examples of it; to show evidence of something.
To explain the meaning of a word or phrase.
To know and say who someone is or what something is.
To cause someone to do something by asking, arguing, or giving reasons; to convince them.
A drawing that explains or shows the parts of something.
To agree with or approve of someone or something.
To say that something will or might happen in the future.
A complete or major change in someone's or something's appearance, form, etc.
To improve something or someone by making small changes.
To make something known to someone.
The point the author wants you to remember; can be written or implied
How the author organizes information in the text, examples: chronological, cause/effect, compare/contrast, description, problem/solution.
material that is presented which shows that something else exists or is true
to think of, regard, or classify within a general category or group; to explain in terms of a general cause
the main subject that is being discussed or described in a piece of writing, a movie, etc.
a particular attitude toward or way of regarding something; a point of view
a change that results when something is done or happens
something that produces an effect, result, or condition
a short and amusing or interesting story about a real incident or person
a joke exploiting the different possible meaning of a word or the fact that there are words that sound alike but have different meanings
prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person or group usually in a way considered unfair
an idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its literal meaning
a feeling or state of nervousness or excitement caused by wondering what will happen
special importance or attention given to something
to have a strong and often bad effect on (something or someone)