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Direction/Clue Words for Essay Questions
Analyze
Compare
Contrast
Criticize
Is to divide into main parts and then discuss each part and h…
Look at two or more things and show how they are alike and di…
Look at two or more things and show how they differ.
Give an opinion (or judgement) to show positive and negative.
Analyze
Is to divide into main parts and then discuss each part and h…
Compare
Look at two or more things and show how they are alike and di…
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Direction/Clue Words for Essay Questions
analyze
compare
contrast
criticize
consider in detail and subject to an analysis in order to dis…
to put things together to see how they are the same
to tell how things are different
find fault with
analyze
consider in detail and subject to an analysis in order to dis…
compare
to put things together to see how they are the same
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Clue words for essay/short answer tests
ANALYZE the circulatory system in the…
COMPARE the presidential races of 1976…
CONTRAST the presidential races of 197…
CRITIQUE the decision by the school bo…
Discuss each part of the system, what it does, and how it rel…
Tell how the races of 1976 and 1992 are alike and how they ar…
Tell only how the two races are different
Discuss the pros and cons of the decisions and then state you…
ANALYZE the circulatory system in the…
Discuss each part of the system, what it does, and how it rel…
COMPARE the presidential races of 1976…
Tell how the races of 1976 and 1992 are alike and how they ar…
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How to Write an Essay
Order of Information
Pick topic, idea, or side
#1 Write a title
#2 Pick 3 areas of info to discuss
This is the information your paper should have in the end:... In…
Use own idea or give a promt
From the topic, idea or side (prompt), write a title that fits
1. subtopic 1 (write a word, phrase or short sentence to give…
Order of Information
This is the information your paper should have in the end:... In…
Pick topic, idea, or side
Use own idea or give a promt
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Essay Vocabulary
plagarize
paraphrase
summriaze
citing
take (the work or an idea of someone else) and pass it off as…
to say (something that someone else has said or written) usin…
to tell (information) again using fewer words
to give credit to the author you quote
plagarize
take (the work or an idea of someone else) and pass it off as…
paraphrase
to say (something that someone else has said or written) usin…
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100 Essays: America is Great! 78. Driving up Pacific Coast Highway
Living in Southern California has its…
One of those advantages is living so n…
One of my favorite pastimes was ______…
I called my girlfriend __________ she…
advantages
mighty
taking
to see if
Living in Southern California has its…
advantages
One of those advantages is living so n…
mighty
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Combo with "Argumentative Essay Terms" and 1 other
Hook the Reader
Claim
Thesis Statement
Balanced Arguments
To capture a reader's attention at the start of an essay
The writer's position on a problem
To make a claim with 3 key reasons. It is one sentence and it…
Acknowledge that there are 2 sides to an argument
Hook the Reader
To capture a reader's attention at the start of an essay
Claim
The writer's position on a problem
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Crossword puzzles
clues
game developer
instant
object
clues
game developer
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"All Together Now" Essay
legislation
optimist
-leg-
fundamental
law making
someone who takes the most hopeful view of matters
law
basic; forming a foundation
legislation
law making
optimist
someone who takes the most hopeful view of matters
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Text Structure
cause
effect
compare
contrast
tells why something happens
what happens as a result of the cause
to tell how things are alike
to tell how things are different
cause
tells why something happens
effect
what happens as a result of the cause
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Essay Jumble
Significance
Compare & Contrast
Main Idea
Similar
how important something is
to determine how things are similar and different
what the text is mostly about
almost the same as something else
Significance
how important something is
Compare & Contrast
to determine how things are similar and different
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Word Wall week 10
compare
contrast
context clues
logical
to show similarities (ie. compare McDonalds to Burger King)
to show differences (ie. contrast apples and oranges)
clues in the text to figure out the meaning of an unknown word
likely
compare
to show similarities (ie. compare McDonalds to Burger King)
contrast
to show differences (ie. contrast apples and oranges)
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Essay #4 ESL 106 Vocabulary for Compare/Contrast
preference
clue
engage
dimension
choice
hint
participate
aspect
preference
choice
clue
hint
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Essay terminology
hook
introduction paragraph
claim
conclusion
begins a paper; grabs a reader's attention
introduces All Topics; introduces title and author; includes…
statement of your opinion on a subject; the focus of an essay
summarizes all major points explained in body paragraphs; fin…
hook
begins a paper; grabs a reader's attention
introduction paragraph
introduces All Topics; introduces title and author; includes…
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Informational Unit: 7th Grade Reading/Writing Workshop
evaluate
writing conventions
analyze
inference
To make a judgement about something
The spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and grammar that h…
To examine something very carefully.
To use clues in the text along with what you already know to…
evaluate
To make a judgement about something
writing conventions
The spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and grammar that h…
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Literary terms
theme
narrative
foreshadowing
flashback
life lesson learned through the story
kind of writing that tells what happened
clues or hints that something will occur later in the story
scene that breaks the normal time order to show a past event
theme
life lesson learned through the story
narrative
kind of writing that tells what happened
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CAASPP/Academic Vocabulary
Inference
Explicitly
Implied
Analyze
logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experience.
Very clear; word by word in the text.
Suggested, by the expressed CLUES given in the text.
Observe, look and break down in order to bring out the essent…
Inference
logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experience.
Explicitly
Very clear; word by word in the text.
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CAASPP Vocabulary
Inference
Imply
Analyze
Evidence
logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experience.
Suggest, by the expressed CLUES given in the text.
Observe, look and break down in order to bring out the essent…
Collected data, and clues collected from observations made.
Inference
logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experience.
Imply
Suggest, by the expressed CLUES given in the text.
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CAASPP/Academic Vocabulary
Inference
Implied
Analyze
Evidence
logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experience.
Suggested, by the expressed CLUES given in the text.
Observe, look and break down in order to bring out the essent…
Collected data, and clues collected from observations made.
Inference
logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experience.
Implied
Suggested, by the expressed CLUES given in the text.
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CAASPP/Academic Vocabulary
Inference
Explicitly
Implied
Analyze
logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experience.
Very clear; word by word in the text.
Suggested, by the expressed CLUES given in the text.
Observe, look and break down in order to bring out the essent…
Inference
logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experience.
Explicitly
Very clear; word by word in the text.
65 terms
CAASPP/Academic Vocabulary
Inference
Explicitly
Implied
Analyze
logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experience.
Very clear; word by word in the text.
Suggested, by the expressed CLUES given in the text.
Observe, look and break down in order to bring out the essent…
Inference
logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experience.
Explicitly
Very clear; word by word in the text.
65 terms
CAASPP/Academic Vocabulary
Inference
Explicitly
Implied
Analyze
logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experience.
Very clear; word by word in the text.
Suggested, by the expressed CLUES given in the text.
Observe, look and break down in order to bring out the essent…
Inference
logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experience.
Explicitly
Very clear; word by word in the text.
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Vocabulary for ELL4 unit2
Concentrate
List
Index card
Boring
Direct attention towards one point
a series of names or other items written or printed together…
a card, often relatively small, as 3 × 5 inches (7.6 × 12.7 c…
Causing or marked by boredom
Concentrate
Direct attention towards one point
List
a series of names or other items written or printed together…
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PARCC word of the day- Set 1
alliteration
analogy
analyze
antonym
Repetition of the initial sound at the beginning of the words
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
to study something closer to bring deeper meaning
a word that means the opposite
alliteration
Repetition of the initial sound at the beginning of the words
analogy
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
12 terms
Content Vocabulary 11/28/2016
Expository
Prompt
Thesis
Brainstorming
The purpose of the author is to inform, explain, describe, or…
Any and all parts of an essay questions (not the answer).
In expository writing, the thesis statement is the sentence o…
Problem-solving technique that involves considering all possi…
Expository
The purpose of the author is to inform, explain, describe, or…
Prompt
Any and all parts of an essay questions (not the answer).
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Genre
historical fiction
fantasy
Essay
myth
The history of the story is real, but the actual story is fake.
fiction- that has monsters, magic, or characters with superpo…
Brief writing about a single topic.
fiction - has gods/goddesses and usually accounts for the cre…
historical fiction
The history of the story is real, but the actual story is fake.
fantasy
fiction- that has monsters, magic, or characters with superpo…
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Vocab Jan. 4-15th
Context Clues
Argument
Audience
Claim
...
Argument is a way to support my ideas in writing.
the people who read my writing
an idea or argument in writing
Context Clues
...
Argument
Argument is a way to support my ideas in writing.
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Week 12
folktale
footnote
foreshadowing
formal English
A cultural story passed down from generations
A printed note or definition placed below the text at the bot…
A writer's use of hints or clues to suggest events that will…
Language spoken according to the rules of English. It sounds…
folktale
A cultural story passed down from generations
footnote
A printed note or definition placed below the text at the bot…
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Vocabulary #1
Context Clues
Schema
Connections
Reading Stamina
Hints that a reader can use to understand the meanings of new…
The knowledge and experience stored in your brain throughout…
A reader connects a piece of reading material and the reader'…
The ability to do something independently for a long period o…
Context Clues
Hints that a reader can use to understand the meanings of new…
Schema
The knowledge and experience stored in your brain throughout…
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SOL Writing Vocabulary
a reading
prediction
position
thesis
a passage or story
an educated guess
your opinion, what you think
one sentence that says your opinion
a reading
a passage or story
prediction
an educated guess
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SAT Essay 9/2
insane
geneticist
in the plot
mark up
精神異常の
遺伝学者
正気でなくなる
書き加える
insane
精神異常の
geneticist
遺伝学者
25 terms
6th Grade - The Giver Literary Devices
Symbol
Personification
Simile
Cliffhanger
a thing that represents or stands for something else
something nonhuman that has human characteristics
comparing two things using the words "like" or "as"
a story element or event with suspense
Symbol
a thing that represents or stands for something else
Personification
something nonhuman that has human characteristics
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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…
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Samsonville-6th Grade - The Giver Literary Devices
Symbol
Personification
Simile
Cliffhanger
a thing that represents or stands for something else
something nonhuman that has human characteristics
comparing two things using the words "like" or "as"
a story element or event with suspense
Symbol
a thing that represents or stands for something else
Personification
something nonhuman that has human characteristics
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Commonly Confused Words
decent
descent
desert
dessert
proper; respectable; acceptable to the community
coming or going down; a downward slope; a decline; lineage or…
leave someone who needs or counts on you; a dry region usuall…
a sweet food eaten after a meal
decent
proper; respectable; acceptable to the community
descent
coming or going down; a downward slope; a decline; lineage or…
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SOAR WORDS-1st 9 Weeks ELA
citation
textual evidence
explicit examples
implicit examples
A source quoted in a text to clarify, illustrate, or substant…
The details in the text that support a claim or an opinion
Examples stated directly in the passage
Examples not stated directly, but reader understands it becau…
citation
A source quoted in a text to clarify, illustrate, or substant…
textual evidence
The details in the text that support a claim or an opinion
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SOAR WORDS-1st 9 Weeks ELA
citation
textual evidence
explicit examples
implicit examples
A source quoted in a text to clarify, illustrate, or substant…
The details in the text that support a claim or an opinion
Examples stated directly in the passage
Examples not stated directly, but reader understands it becau…
citation
A source quoted in a text to clarify, illustrate, or substant…
textual evidence
The details in the text that support a claim or an opinion
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Global Issues
Journal
Secondary Source
Quoting
Compare and contrast
A daily record of news and events of a personal nature
Information gathered by someone who did not take part in or w…
to repeat words from (a book, author, etc.).
Similarities and differences
Journal
A daily record of news and events of a personal nature
Secondary Source
Information gathered by someone who did not take part in or w…
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Literary Terms #2
indirect characterization
stereotype
simile
metaphor
when the author shows what the characters are like thru dialo…
a fixed or oversimplified idea of what a group of people are…
comparison between two things using "like" or "as"
comparison which speaks of one thing as though it were someth…
indirect characterization
when the author shows what the characters are like thru dialo…
stereotype
a fixed or oversimplified idea of what a group of people are…
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Quarter 1 Academic Vocabulary
organize
summarize
abstract
concrete
to arrange or put in order according to some guiding principl…
to retell the essential details of what happened, what someon…
something that exists as an idea or thought but does not have…
something that exists in a material or physical form; real or…
organize
to arrange or put in order according to some guiding principl…
summarize
to retell the essential details of what happened, what someon…
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Essay vocabulary
generally
usually
to imply
to suggest
generalmente
usualmente
insinuar
sugerir
generally
generalmente
usually
usualmente
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Grade 8 ELA Unit 1, MMS
affirmative
alliteration
antonyms
argument
expressing agreement or consent; assenting
Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
Words that are opposite in meaning
A group of statements claimed to provide support for the conc…
affirmative
expressing agreement or consent; assenting
alliteration
Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
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literary terms for middle school
plot
onomatopoeia
conflict (external and internal)
foreshadowing
What happens in a story.
words that describe what they sound like.
An external conflict is against opposing forces or characters…
The use of clues to suggest events that will happen later in…
plot
What happens in a story.
onomatopoeia
words that describe what they sound like.
20 terms
English 11: Vocabulary #8, Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement, Fragments and Subject-Verb Agreement, SOL Writing Terms
abstain (verb)
haughty (adj.)
tenacious (adj.)
acquiesce (verb)
restrain oneself from doing or enjoying something
arrogantly superior
not letting go of or giving up on something one holds dear
accept something reluctantly, but without protest
abstain (verb)
restrain oneself from doing or enjoying something
haughty (adj.)
arrogantly superior
literary terms for middle school
plot
onomatopoeia
conflict (external and internal)
foreshadowing
What happens in a story.
words that describe what they sound like.
An external conflict is against opposing forces or characters…
The use of clues to suggest events that will happen later in…
plot
What happens in a story.
onomatopoeia
words that describe what they sound like.
17 terms
Literary Devices 2
foreshadowing
flashback
tone
mood
The use of hints and clues to suggest what will happen later…
A transition in a novel, film, etc. to a past event; a strong…
The author's attitude toward the subject; commonly expressed…
Atmosphere; a feeling created in the reader by a literary wor…
foreshadowing
The use of hints and clues to suggest what will happen later…
flashback
A transition in a novel, film, etc. to a past event; a strong…
10 terms
Chapter 6 Quizlet
Objective test
Performance assessment
Essay question
Table of Specifications
Requires students to supply or select an answer ex. multiple…
Students complete a task for assessment
Most popular form of performance assessment
Two way table that relates SLO's to learning domains
Objective test
Requires students to supply or select an answer ex. multiple…
Performance assessment
Students complete a task for assessment
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Essential Literary Terms
Alliteration
Allusion
Analogy
Antagonist
repetition of beginning consonant sounds in words that are cl…
a reference to something in another work of literature, the B…
comparison of two things to show that they are alike in certa…
character that opposes the protagonist, or main character, in…
Alliteration
repetition of beginning consonant sounds in words that are cl…
Allusion
a reference to something in another work of literature, the B…
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Analysis Content Vocab
denotation
connotation
cite
claim
dictionary meaning of a word
suggested meaning of a word based on context
quote as evidence for or justification of an argument
state or assert that something is the case
denotation
dictionary meaning of a word
connotation
suggested meaning of a word based on context
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4 types of essay formats
compare and contrast #1
compare and contrast #2
compare and contrast #3
analytical summary essay
The differences [similarities] between __________ and _______…
________________ some ____________ similarities, the differen…
While some differences between ________ and ___________ are _…
critiques the author.
compare and contrast #1
The differences [similarities] between __________ and _______…
compare and contrast #2
________________ some ____________ similarities, the differen…
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