ELA I/II Common Core Academic Language
A list of academic language found within the Common Core
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To make a conclusion based upon the presented details.
To hint or suggest without stating directly.
How the reader is impacted by the author's choices in a text.
To let the reader know something.
Th creation or building of (such as a theme or stance).
To back up with details.
To point out the main quality, message, or stance of a text.
To move forward
To connect an idea and the information in a text.
To improve; to make better or clearer
A point of view
Achieving a desired goal/ result.
To say; to voice.
To show with an example.
The way a reader imagines or understands something in a text.
To restate in a shorter way; to give only main points.
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