Mead School District Common Core Academic Vocabulary Set B
Terms in this set (25)
Careful consideration of learning, a thought, idea, or opinion formed from thinking; a consideration of some subject matter or purpose.
To describe or portray or set forth with accuracy and detail.
The act of asking questions in order to gather or collect information; examination into facts or principles.
Combine various parts into a whole; to combine things to make something new.
Idea or opinion that is agreed upon by all people in a group.
To confirm reasoning and determine if something is convincing.
To make a judgment about something.
Logical and well-organized.
Careful consideration of another side to the author's presented position.
The other side; the opposite stated position.
A broad message about life or society supported by evidence from the text.
The ability to read and write in order to gain knowledge about a topic; to communicate new knowledge.
To prove or show something; to provide a good reason.
An incorrect conclusion or judgment based on false reasoning.
To prove or confirm with evidence.
To acknowledge exceptions to the claim or position; to understand and state that the claim may not be true in all cases.
To judge the quality of something based on specific criteria that cannot be counted.
A tendency to believe that some ideas are better than others; to allow experiences, values, and beliefs to impact decisions and/or research.
The art of writing and/or speaking effectively.
Using or closely imitating the words/thoughts/ideas of another.
The speed at which something moves/happens.
Deciding whether something is true or correct after considering related information; to end something.
Proving something wrong by argument or evidence.