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ELA 6th grade EOG Vocabulary Review
Common Core ELA 6th grade Vocabulary Review
Terms in this set (34)
What the passage or text is mainly about
Details that help to explain the central idea
Tell in your own words what a passage is about including only the central idea and most important supporting details. Does not include opinions or judgement.
Use your prior knowledge on the subject and information gained in your reading to draw an conclusion.
Words that may not76 mean what they say
When you use words "like" or "as" to compare ideas
When you compare ideas without using the words "like" or "as"
A part of the story that is important
Repetition of a single consonant letter in the alphabet ("Peter Piper picked a peck of pickle peppers.")
Sound words: Ex: sizzling, slithered
Speaking of something that is not human as if it had human abilities and human reactions
Great exaggeration used to emphasize a point
Groups of words whose meaning is different from the ordinary meaning of the words. Ex. "Put a lid on it." "Couch Potato"
Reason the author writes: persuade, inform, entertain (PIE)
The way a text is organized: cause/effect, problem solution, description. OR how paragraphs and sentences support each other.
How the author feels (excited, silly, serious, or angry)
How the text makes the reader feel
What makes something happen
What happens because of something happens
How are texts alike
How are texts different
People, animals, or creatures in a story or drama
Sequence of events that tell a story from beginning to end
Problem the character must resolve
Turning point in story
Text that comes from the story used to support your analysis
Main idea, moral, or message in apiece of writing.
point of view
The opinion of the author on the topic
Someone who tells the story
A group of lines in a poem that look like a paragraph
details in the text that support your answers
the narrator or a character in the story tells us exactly what we need to know about a character
we find out about characters indirectly through thoughts, comments, or actions of the characters
a word that is important to the text: names, dates, places, in bold print, italic, in quote marks, or has a definition/explanation after it
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