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14 terms
Academic and Language Arts Vocabulary
Predict
Compare
Cause
Contrast
to say or estimate something that will happen in the future b…
to observe how two or more things are similar
to make something happen
to observe how two or more things are different
Predict
to say or estimate something that will happen in the future b…
Compare
to observe how two or more things are similar
28 terms
Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
story elements
events
problem
solution
the parts of all stories: characters, setting, events (plot),…
what happens in a story (plot); they can be categorized by be…
a character(s) has something bad happen and it needs to be fi…
when or how the problem is worked out (resolution)
story elements
the parts of all stories: characters, setting, events (plot),…
events
what happens in a story (plot); they can be categorized by be…
18 terms
Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
author's purpose
cause and effect
double negative
drawing conclusions
the reason for writing (to inform, entertain, or persuade)
cause is the action that makes something happen; Effect is th…
using two negative forms together in a phrase or sentence (no…
reaching a conclusion, or final decision, about something
author's purpose
the reason for writing (to inform, entertain, or persuade)
cause and effect
cause is the action that makes something happen; Effect is th…
15 terms
Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
Analyze
Apply
Assess
Compare
To discover or reveal something.
To make a formal application or request.
To evaluate; to estimate the price or value of.
To estimate, measure or note the similarity or dissimilarity…
Analyze
To discover or reveal something.
Apply
To make a formal application or request.
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Academic Vocabulary - Language Arts
segregation
conscience
fact
racism
a separation of people or things from others
an inner feeling or voice that helps you to know wrong from r…
something that actually exists; reality
the opinion or belief that a particular race of people is bet…
segregation
a separation of people or things from others
conscience
an inner feeling or voice that helps you to know wrong from r…
34 terms
Academic Vocabulary: Language Arts
fact
opinion
paragraph
main idea
a statement that can be proven
a statement that cannot be proven... clue: greatest, worst, best
a group of sentences about the same topic
the topic that a paragraph is about
fact
a statement that can be proven
opinion
a statement that cannot be proven... clue: greatest, worst, best
18 terms
Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
author's purpose
cause and effect
double negative
drawing conclusions
the reason for writing (to inform, entertain, or persuade)
cause is the action that makes something happen; Effect is th…
using two negative forms together in a phrase or sentence (no…
reaching a conclusion, or final decision, about something
author's purpose
the reason for writing (to inform, entertain, or persuade)
cause and effect
cause is the action that makes something happen; Effect is th…
Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
Address
Consequence
Describe
Verify
to deal with or discuss; to speak to in a formal way
result or effect of an action or condition
to give an account in words of someone or something
to make sure or demonstrate that something is true or accurate
Address
to deal with or discuss; to speak to in a formal way
Consequence
result or effect of an action or condition
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Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
cite
textual evidence
analysis
inferences
to quote a passage, book, author, etc.; to refer to an example
Quotations, summaries, or paraphrases from text passages to s…
The process of breaking a complex topic or substance into sma…
a conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning.…
cite
to quote a passage, book, author, etc.; to refer to an example
textual evidence
Quotations, summaries, or paraphrases from text passages to s…
Academic Vocabulary - Language Arts
symbol
allusion
dialect
point of view
something used to represent something else
a reference within a work to something famous outside of it
the way people speak in a certain locations or cultural groups
the perspective of the one ( narrator or main character) who…
symbol
something used to represent something else
allusion
a reference within a work to something famous outside of it
Language Arts: Academic Language
cite
text evidence
subhead
margin
make reference to or to give credit
to use specific details or parts of a text to prove a stateme…
a heading of a smaller section of a text
space on either side of a text
cite
make reference to or to give credit
text evidence
to use specific details or parts of a text to prove a stateme…
Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
character trait
setting
plot
quote
describes a character based on actions, thoughts, and words
when and where the story takes place
the events that make up a story (exposition, rising action, c…
text that is repeated exactly
character trait
describes a character based on actions, thoughts, and words
setting
when and where the story takes place
23 terms
Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
Lecture
Disruption
Traditional
Enrollment
A speech given to a class or audience usually for the purpose…
An interruption; A forceful break or change in the way someth…
Following ideas and methods that have existed for a long time…
The act of signing up for a class or activity
Lecture
A speech given to a class or audience usually for the purpose…
Disruption
An interruption; A forceful break or change in the way someth…
5 terms
Academic Vocabulary Language Arts
Capable
Individual
Accomplish
Pursue
Able to do something
A person
To do something successfully
To try to achieve something over a long period of time
Capable
Able to do something
Individual
A person
Language arts academic vocabulary
Analogy
Antithesis
Aphorism
Archetype
A similarity between like features of two things.
The opposite of
An harsh saying which has a general truth
The original pattern from which are copied.
Analogy
A similarity between like features of two things.
Antithesis
The opposite of
Academic Vocabulary: Language Arts
textual evidence
central idea
point of view
text structure
evidence from a text that you can use to illustrate your idea…
the point that the author wants you to remember most
the narrator's position in relation to the story being told
how information is organized in a passage
textual evidence
evidence from a text that you can use to illustrate your idea…
central idea
the point that the author wants you to remember most
10 terms
Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
Analyze
Element
Infer
Sequence
To separate or break into parts and examine
One necessary or basic part of a whole
To decide based on evidence or knowledge; to draw a conclusion
The chronological, casual, or logical order in which one thin…
Analyze
To separate or break into parts and examine
Element
One necessary or basic part of a whole
18 terms
Language arts academic vocabulary
Imagery
Dialect
Tone
Mood
Definition: Language that's used to appeal to the five senses…
Definition: The form of language spoken by people in a partic…
The author's attitude toward the subject they are writing abo…
The way the reader feels as they read a text. The author crea…
Imagery
Definition: Language that's used to appeal to the five senses…
Dialect
Definition: The form of language spoken by people in a partic…
Academic Vocabulary-Language Arts
Simile
Metaphor
Hyperbole
Symbolism
A comparison using like or as
A comparison between two unlike objects not using like or as
Exaggeration to make a particular point
When an object in a piece is used to present something entire…
Simile
A comparison using like or as
Metaphor
A comparison between two unlike objects not using like or as
12 terms
5th grade language arts academic vocabulary
evaluate
analyze
infer
formulate
to solve
to break apart or think through
information put with knowledge to determine the... answer or sol…
to come up with a plan or put together
evaluate
to solve
analyze
to break apart or think through
11 terms
Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
Sufficient
Relevant
Valid
Credible
To have enough
To be clearly connected
To make sense and be logical
To be trustworthy
Sufficient
To have enough
Relevant
To be clearly connected
27 terms
Language Art Academic Vocabulary
noun
pronoun
adjective
adverb
a person, place, or thing
a word that replaces a noun (it, she, he, you..)
a word that describes a noun
a word that describes a verb
noun
a person, place, or thing
pronoun
a word that replaces a noun (it, she, he, you..)
184 terms
Language Arts ACADEMIC VOCABULARY - 5th grade
Adverb
Antonym
Apostrophe
Atlas
A word that tells us more about a verb, an adjective, or anot…
A word that means the opposite of another word.
A punctuation mark used in contractions, possessive nouns and…
A book of a collection of maps.
Adverb
A word that tells us more about a verb, an adjective, or anot…
Antonym
A word that means the opposite of another word.
26 terms
Language Arts Academic Vocabulary 4th Grade
ALLITERATION
ANALOGY
AUDIENCE
AUTHOR'S PURPOSE
repetition of a particular sound in the first syllables of a…
a similarity between like features of two things, on which a…
...
...
ALLITERATION
repetition of a particular sound in the first syllables of a…
ANALOGY
a similarity between like features of two things, on which a…
259 terms
8th Grade Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
cite
analyze
explicit
textual evidence
to bring someone's attention to a fact when making a point by…
A type of thinking. To determine various component parts and…
Clearly and openly stated; leaving nothing to the imagination
Quotations, summaries, or paraphrases from text that give proof
cite
to bring someone's attention to a fact when making a point by…
analyze
A type of thinking. To determine various component parts and…
12 terms
5th grade language arts academic vocabulary
evaluate
analyze
infer
formulate
to solve
to break apart or think through
information put with knowledge to determine the... answer or sol…
to come up with a plan or put together
evaluate
to solve
analyze
to break apart or think through
22 terms
Academic Vocabulary- Language Arts- 4th Grade
compare
contrast
main idea
generalize
tell how something is alike or similar
tell how things are different
what the story or paragraph is mostly about; the big idea
a broad statement or rule
compare
tell how something is alike or similar
contrast
tell how things are different
20 terms
Language arts academic vocabulary
Memoir
Convey
Synthesize
Claim
A historical account or biography written from personal knowl…
To make an idea impression or feeling known or understandable…
To use individual pieces of information within a text to form…
To state or assert something is the case without evidence or…
Memoir
A historical account or biography written from personal knowl…
Convey
To make an idea impression or feeling known or understandable…
Academic Language for Language Arts
Purpose
Refer
Relate
Relevant
(n) reason for doing something
(v) have to do with or be relevant to;send or direct someone…
(v) show connection between ideas and events
(adj.) connected with or related to the matter at hand; impor…
Purpose
(n) reason for doing something
Refer
(v) have to do with or be relevant to;send or direct someone…
100 terms
Academic Team MASTER: Language Arts
Emily Bronte
Geoffrey Chaucer
Lewis Carroll
Jane Austen
Wuthering Heights
Canterbury Tales
Alice in Wonderland
Northanger Abbey
Emily Bronte
Wuthering Heights
Geoffrey Chaucer
Canterbury Tales
50 terms
Academic Language for Language Arts
Purpose
Refer
Relate
Relevant
(n) reason for doing something
(v) have to do with or be relevant to;send or direct someone…
(v) show connection between ideas and events
(adj.) connected with or related to the matter at hand; impor…
Purpose
(n) reason for doing something
Refer
(v) have to do with or be relevant to;send or direct someone…
10 terms
Academic Language Language Arts
paraphrase
summarize
synonym
antonym
being able to express the meaning of something written or spo…
to give a brief statement of the main points of something (v)…
a word or phrase that means exactly the same as another word…
a word opposite in meaning (n); For example: bad and good
paraphrase
being able to express the meaning of something written or spo…
summarize
to give a brief statement of the main points of something (v)…
52 terms
Essential English Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
analyze
articulate
cite
compare
to examine critically, so as to bring out the essential eleme…
express, formulate, or present with clarity and effectiveness
to quote (a passage, book, author, etc.), especially as an au…
to examine (two or more objects, ideas, people, etc.) in orde…
analyze
to examine critically, so as to bring out the essential eleme…
articulate
express, formulate, or present with clarity and effectiveness
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English Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
exposition
character
setting
tone
presents a character, setting, and basic situation of a story
a person in a story
when and where a story takes place
emotion the author conveys to the reader via word choices, de…
exposition
presents a character, setting, and basic situation of a story
character
a person in a story
Language Arts Academic Vocabulary - CM1
acquire
assemble
contrary
encounter
to get or learn something
to put something together from parts; to gather together
opposite in nature, meaning, character, or purpose
an unexpected meeting, a conflict, or an experience
acquire
to get or learn something
assemble
to put something together from parts; to gather together
Academic Bowl Language Arts
Find the subject and the verb in the f…
Write a sentence that contains a simile.
Write a sentence that contains a metap…
Find the sentence that has no capitali…
c) voice, sounds
answers will vary
answers will vary
c) Julius Ceasar ruled the Roman Empire until he was assasina…
Find the subject and the verb in the f…
c) voice, sounds
Write a sentence that contains a simile.
answers will vary
40 terms
7th Grade Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
alliteration
allusion
anecdote
autobiography
repetition of initial consonant sounds
a reference to another work of literature, person, or event
short story of an amusing or interesting event
the story of a person's life written by that person
alliteration
repetition of initial consonant sounds
allusion
a reference to another work of literature, person, or event
40 terms
7th Grade Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
alliteration
allusion
anecdote
autobiography
repetition of initial consonant sounds
a reference to another work of literature, person, or event
short story of an amusing or interesting event
the story of a person's life written by that person
alliteration
repetition of initial consonant sounds
allusion
a reference to another work of literature, person, or event
6 terms
Academic Vocabulary: Language Arts 6
Synonym
Singular
Plot
Fiction
A word that means the same or nearly the same
Meaning only one
The events in a story
Fake, a story that is not true; from the author's imagination,
Synonym
A word that means the same or nearly the same
Singular
Meaning only one
5 terms
Academic Vocabulary: Language Arts 5
Verb
Atlas
Antonym
Pronoun
A part of speech that shows action
A book of maps
A word that means opposite or nearly opposite
A part of speech that takes the place of a noun such as he, s…
Verb
A part of speech that shows action
Atlas
A book of maps
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Academic Vocabulary Module 2 Language Arts
conclusion
describe
main idea
central idea
(noun) ... A summary based on evidence or facts.
(verb) Give a detailed account; tell the facts and details
(noun) What a piece of writing is mainly about; gist; theme
(noun) The most important point the author makes.
conclusion
(noun) ... A summary based on evidence or facts.
describe
(verb) Give a detailed account; tell the facts and details
40 terms
7th Grade Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
alliteration
allusion
anecdote
autobiography
repetition of initial consonant sounds
a reference to another work of literature, person, or event
short story of an amusing or interesting event
the story of a person's life written by that person
alliteration
repetition of initial consonant sounds
allusion
a reference to another work of literature, person, or event
5 terms
Academic Vocabulary: Language Arts 4
Adjective
Conjunction
Abbreviation
Apostrophe
A part of speech that describes a noun or pronoun
A part of speech that joins words together
A shorten version of a word
A punctuation mark used to show ownership or that letters are…
Adjective
A part of speech that describes a noun or pronoun
Conjunction
A part of speech that joins words together
23 terms
Language Arts - Holt Chapter 1 Academic Vocabulary
plot
basic situation
conflict
internal conflict
a series of events that makes a story
when you learn about the character and their feelings
characters run into a problem
a character has it's own personal problem
plot
a series of events that makes a story
basic situation
when you learn about the character and their feelings
23 terms
Academic Vocabulary Module 1 Language Arts
compare
connections
comprehend
demonstrate
(verb) estimate, measure, or note the similarity or dissimila…
(noun) the process of bringing ideas or events together in me…
(verb) to understand the nature or meaning of; grasp with the…
(verb) to make evident or establish by arguments or reasoning…
compare
(verb) estimate, measure, or note the similarity or dissimila…
connections
(noun) the process of bringing ideas or events together in me…
7th Grade Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
alliteration
allusion
anecdote
autobiography
repetition of initial consonant sounds
a reference to another work of literature, person, or event
short story of an amusing or interesting event
the story of a person's life written by that person
alliteration
repetition of initial consonant sounds
allusion
a reference to another work of literature, person, or event
152 terms
Language Arts ACADEMIC VOCABULARY - 5th grade
inference
theme
mythology
narrator
A conclusion one can draw from the presented details.
Central idea of a work of literature
stories about gods and heroes that try to explain how the wor…
Person telling the story
inference
A conclusion one can draw from the presented details.
theme
Central idea of a work of literature
17 terms
Language Arts Writing Academic Vocabulary
P
O
W
T
Pull apart promot
Organize my notes
Write and say more
Topic introduction
P
Pull apart promot
O
Organize my notes
12 terms
5th grade language arts academic vocabulary
evaluate
analyze
infer
formulate
to solve
to break apart or think through
information put with knowledge to determine the... answer or sol…
to come up with a plan or put together
evaluate
to solve
analyze
to break apart or think through
4th - Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
alliteration
analogy
audience
author's purpose
repetition of beginning sounds
comparison of pairs of words in which the second pair is comp…
the group who hears/reads what an author writes
Why did the author write a passage - to persuade, to inform,…
alliteration
repetition of beginning sounds
analogy
comparison of pairs of words in which the second pair is comp…
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