MCA Reading Vocabulary Part 2
Terms in this set (11)
to identify the significance, meaning, or importance of a set of information. Interpret the data
from the experiment.
to tell why a position or point of view is correct or good
to provide many examples
to organize a set of facts or ideas by listing main points and sub-points, illustrating how the ideas relate to one another
think back over what is significant to you and why, often calls for personal connection
to disprove an assertion using logical reasons, evidence, and explanations
re-examine or summarize the major points of a topic, usually in chronological order or order
to briefly present the facts or your position.
to present the main points of an issue in brief
to provide proof for an assertion in the form of reasons, evidences, and explanations
to follow a single idea over a period of time