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AIR Vocabulary ELA 5th Grade
Terms in this set (45)
Copying a group of words from a text.
Must use " " to show that the words are not your own.
to make something clear or easy to understand by describing or giving important information.
An guess based on what you know and what is stated in the text.
The lesson learned in the story.
a piece of writing that consists of stanzas, rhythm, and uses of various types of figurative language.
a person in a novel, play, or movie.
act or behave in reaction to someone or something.
To test someone or something
The person who says the story or speaks in a story/text.
To think deeply or carefully about
Giving the main parts of a story (SWBST) or the main ideas of a nonfiction text.
What is similar
What is different
Where and when a story takes place
An important thing that happens
How people or things work together (or work against each other)
painting pictures with words
a comparison using like or as
a paragraph in poetry
the way the text is organized
What is stated in the text
Who is telling the story
point of view
Who is telling the story. Can also mean someone's opinions about something.
A character, setting, action that has the ability to change something.
To think hard about something.
The feeling you get from a story, poem, or drama.
visual and multimedia elements
pictures, videos, graphs, songs
A story passed down from generation to generation usually orally.
A made up story usually involving heroes.
The final part or the end. An idea based on prior knowledge and what is stated in the text (similar to inference).
The most important part of a paragraph or text.
supporting details/key details
Information that supports the main ideas
In order from first to last.
What happened (effect)? Why did it happen (cause)?
a text structure that poses a problem and then gives a solution(s).
Information that proves something.
A common saying, sometimes giving advice.
A common saying that you can't take literally.
a word that has the same meaning
a word that has the opposite meaning
words that sound the same but have different spellings and meanings.
words that are spelled the same but have different meanings.
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