Grade 6 Academic Vocabulary Assessment Verbs
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If you integrate something,
you combine it with other things to form a complete whole.
If you arrange items,
you place each one in a particular place or location.
lf something is associated with something else,
the two are connected or related in some way.
If you discriminate between things,
you see a difference between them and treat them
if you initiate something,
you make it begin.
If you stimulate something,
you encourage it to be more active.
lf you delineate something,
you show where it is or what it is.
If you exemplify something,
you give examples of it.
If you derive something,
you take information from a specific source and use it logically to create something new.
If you assess something,
you estimate its value or quantity.
If you specify something,
you describe or explain it clearly and in detail.
If you conduct something,
you plan and do it.
If you execute something,
you do it.
If you articulate something,
you express it clearly.
If you convey something,
you communicate it.
If you synthesize information,
you combine it in a logical way.
If you anticipate something,
you predict that something will happen, and you prepare for it.
If you approximate something,
you make a guess about its size or value.
If you conclude something,
you decide whether it is true or correct after considering related information. Conclude also means to end something.
If you gauge something,
you measure it.