AWL: Yee article, AWL: Vetter Article, AWL: Young Article
AWL vocabulary from the Yee article
Terms in this set (52)
= to think that something is true, although you do not have definite proof Ex. Some professors _____________ that students will cheat if given a chance.
=the people and things that are around you in your life Ex. Students are in an _____________ where everyone is smart.
= happens Ex. Cheating _____________ everyday at that school.
= something important that a person succeeds in doing by their own efforts Ex. They are proud of their ____________ in school.
= the one before or happening before a given time. Ex. Some students cheated on the _____________ test.
= a number of people or things that are all different, but are all of the same general type Ex. The school has a _____________ of punishments.
= a set of numbers which represent facts or measurements. Ex. The school has _____________ about where the students are from.
= the official legal position or condition of a person, group, country. Ex. What is the student's current _____________ at the school? ALSO: = your social or professional rank or position, considered in relation to other people. Ex. Doctors usually have high social ___________.
= to make a change to something. Ex. He hacked the computer and tried to _____________ his grades.
= to say no politely when someone offers something or invites a person to do something. Ex. He _____________ to be interviewed. ALSO: = to decrease in quantity or importance Ex. The amount of cheating has _________ in recent years.
= when people are made to obey a rule, law etc. Ex. There was strict _____________ of the cell phone ban.
= to show the truth about someone or something, especially when it is bad. Ex. One of the parents _____________ the students who were cheating. ALSO: = to put someone in a situation where they are not protected from something dangerous or unpleasant. Ex. The children were _________ to violent images on TV.
= to agree to obey a person, group, set of rules, especially when you have no choice. Ex. The students must _____________ their homework in the morning. ALSO: to give a plan, piece of writing etc to someone in authority for them to consider or approve. Ex. Students must __________ their essays by next Friday.
= moral rules or principles of behavior for deciding what is right and wrong Ex. He researches _____________ in society.
= the usual way of doing somethingEx. Cooperation is the _____________ at that school.
= the quality of being honest and strong about what you believe to be right. Ex. I'll keep my _____________ and fail this test.
= something that is able to be used or can easily be bought or found. Ex. There is software _____________.
= a formal word that means 'to be' Ex. Copying from the Internet _____________ serious cheating
= serious study of a subject, in order to discover new facts or test new ideas Ex. Students must do _____________ for the course.
= having an important effect or influence, especially on what will happen in the future Ex. Perhaps more _____________ is the number of people who believe copying is okay. ALSO: = large enough to notice. Ex. A ___________ number of students cheated on the test.
= a thing, place, activity etc that you get something from Ex. This is a good _____________ for your essay.
= the lowest rank of professor at an American university Ex. He is an _____________ professor.
= having many different parts and often difficult to understand Ex. Doing research is incredible _____________ in a digital age.
= using time, energy, goods, etc. Ex. Research is time-_____________.
= possible or something that could happen Ex. You could _____________ get expelled.
= directly relating to the subject or problem being discussed Ex. This class is not _____________ to his major.
= the standards that you use to judge something or make a decision about something Ex. What are the _____________ for a good website?
= to say something in a strong way Ex. The professor _____________ the importance of paraphrasing.
= Something that people can get or use. Ex. Students have easy _____________ to information on the Internet.
= to realize or know that it exists. Ex. Students are _____________ of the punishments if they get caught cheating.
= to admit or accept that something is true. Ex. They _____________ that cheating happens often at their school.
= to notice or discover something, especially something that is not easy to see, hear etc Ex. The software _____________ plagiarism
= a method of doing something or dealing with a problem Ex. What is the college's _____________ to cheating?
= always behaving in the same way or having the same attitudes, standards etc Ex. The system needs to be ____________.
= show that a particular situation exists. Ex. The results of the survey _____________ that there is a major problem.
= a subject or problem that is often discussed or argued about Ex. Plagiarism is a big _____________ in American universities.
= a way of doing something that has been officially agreed upon by an organization Ex. Some colleges need to change their _____________ about plagiarism.
= correct or suitable for a particular time, situation, or purpose Ex. They need to give _____________ punishments.
= the way someone behaves, especially in public, in their job etc Ex. The student's _____________ was a problem. ALSO. The school will _____________ a survey about cheating.
= a clear difference or separation between two similar things Ex. There needs to be a clearer _____________ between minor cheating and major cheating.
= a statement in mathematics that shows that two amounts or totals are equal: 2x + 1 = 7, what is x Ex. The students hid an _____________ for the math test on their calculators.
= a judgment about how good, useful, or successful something is Ex. Professors worry about their course _____________.
= small and not very important or serious Ex. There was a _____________ problem with his essay.
= not enough Ex. One minute is _____________ time to read and answer the problem.
= to chase or follow someone or something, in order to catch them, attack them etc Ex. Colleges need to _____________ all cases of plagiarism. ALSO. = to continue doing an activity or trying to achieve something over a long period of time. Ex. She plans to _________ a career in politics.
= an explanation so that a bad thing does not seem as badEx. Teachers have different _____________ for not reporting students who plagiarize.
= including all the necessary facts, details, or problems that need to be dealt with Ex. There needs to be a _____________ way of dealing with cheating.
= to show that something is definitely true, especially by providing more proof Ex. The results _____________ the teacher's ideas.
= to form an opinion that something is probably true because of information that you have Ex. We can _____________ that one group is cheating because they are doing the questions too quickly.
= very important Ex. The professor had some _____________ information.
= existing or happening in many places or situations or among many people Ex. There was _____________ cheating at the school.
= an action that breaks a law, agreement, principle Ex. There were several _____________ connected to plagiarism.
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