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English - Language Arts Conventions
noun
verb
adjective
adverb
a person, place, thing, or idea.
shows the being or action of something in a sentence.
a word that modify or describe another person or thing in a s…
a word that modify verbs, adverbs, and other adjectives. Ends…
noun
a person, place, thing, or idea.
verb
shows the being or action of something in a sentence.
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English - Language Arts Conventions
noun
verb
adjective
adverb
a person, place, thing, or idea.
shows the being or action of something in a sentence.
a word that modify or describe another person or thing in a s…
a word that modify verbs, adverbs, and other adjectives. Ends…
noun
a person, place, thing, or idea.
verb
shows the being or action of something in a sentence.
16 terms
Texes - Language Arts - competency 10 - Writing Conventions
Objectives
Physical and cognitive processes
Stages of writing conventions
relationships between spelling and pho…
the teacher understands the conventions of writing in English…
fine and gross motor skills encompass the physical features n…
1- environmental print - noticing the logos, signs and words…
phonological and alphabetic awareness work together to help s…
Objectives
the teacher understands the conventions of writing in English…
Physical and cognitive processes
fine and gross motor skills encompass the physical features n…
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Language Conventions
direct object
indirect object
Predicate Nominatives
Predicate adjective
a noun or pronoun that receives the action of an action. You…
appears with a direct object and names the person or thing th…
a noun or pronoun that renames the subject of the sentence.
an adjective that appears WITH A LINKING VERB and describes t…
direct object
a noun or pronoun that receives the action of an action. You…
indirect object
appears with a direct object and names the person or thing th…
29 terms
Language Arts - Competency 009: Writing Conventions
Writing Conventions
Transition from oral language to writt…
Spelling Stages:
scribbling
grammar, punctuation, and capitalization, spelling, (stages o…
>print carries meaning and it conveys a message... >spoken words…
>writing development seems to occur at the same time as readi…
>children pretend they are writing, eventually develop letter…
Writing Conventions
grammar, punctuation, and capitalization, spelling, (stages o…
Transition from oral language to writt…
>print carries meaning and it conveys a message... >spoken words…
35 terms
Language Arts Conventions and Latin and Greek Roots
Modifiers
Active Voice
Infinitives
Participles
a person or thing that makes partial or minor changes to some…
a grammatical voice common in many of the world's languages.…
a verbal consisting of the word to plus a verb (in its simple…
a form of a verb that is used in a sentence to modify a noun,…
Modifiers
a person or thing that makes partial or minor changes to some…
Active Voice
a grammatical voice common in many of the world's languages.…
8 terms
Conventions of Language
Subject-Verb Agreement
Verb Tenses
Adjectives and Adverbs
Pronouns
A plural subject goes with plural verb; A singular subject go…
Regular verbs: ... - Past: I WALKED yesterday... - Present: I WALK…
Adjectives describes nouns and pronouns and Adverbs describes…
takes place of a noun... Who: try substituting he or they... Whom:…
Subject-Verb Agreement
A plural subject goes with plural verb; A singular subject go…
Verb Tenses
Regular verbs: ... - Past: I WALKED yesterday... - Present: I WALK…
14 terms
Language Conventions
Idiom
Metaphor
Onomatopoeia
Personification
An expression that cannot be understood if taken literally (e…
A comparison of two things without using like or as
A figure of speech in which natural sounds are imitated in th…
A type of figurative language in which a nonhuman subject is…
Idiom
An expression that cannot be understood if taken literally (e…
Metaphor
A comparison of two things without using like or as
Literature and Language Arts: English Language Conventions Study Guide
Decide if this is a fragment: Nice to…
Choose the predicate and tell if it is…
What is a noun?
What is an of an abstract verb?
Yes
Complete: broke the sound barrier... Simple (verb): broke
a person, place, thing, or idea
love
Decide if this is a fragment: Nice to…
Yes
Choose the predicate and tell if it is…
Complete: broke the sound barrier... Simple (verb): broke
Language conventions
Semi-colons
Colons
Capitalization
Subject Verb Agreement
a punctuation mark (;) indicating a pause, typically between…
a punctuation mark (:) indicating.... that a writer is introduci…
The act of using capital letters in writing or printing.
Subject verb agreement refers to the fact that the subject an…
Semi-colons
a punctuation mark (;) indicating a pause, typically between…
Colons
a punctuation mark (:) indicating.... that a writer is introduci…
14 terms
Language Conventions
Idiom
Metaphor
Onomatopoeia
Personification
An expression that cannot be understood if taken literally (e…
A comparison of two things without using like or as
A figure of speech in which natural sounds are imitated in th…
A type of figurative language in which a nonhuman subject is…
Idiom
An expression that cannot be understood if taken literally (e…
Metaphor
A comparison of two things without using like or as
5 terms
Language Conventions
Imagery
Personification
Similes
Metaphors
When the writer creates a picture through the text in the aud…
When an object is given a human characteristic. i.e The lamp…
When one thing is COMPARED to another... i.e As white as snow, o…
When something is not compared but said to be something else…
Imagery
When the writer creates a picture through the text in the aud…
Personification
When an object is given a human characteristic. i.e The lamp…
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Language Conventions
annual
kilojoule
intelligence
occasionally
Every Year
type of weight
smart
sometimes
annual
Every Year
kilojoule
type of weight
5 terms
Language conventions
Noun
Colon
Semicolon
Abstract noun
Place,person,animal or thing
Put at the end of a complete main clause... List, elaborate And…
Used to join two relevant independent clauses
Non physical thing ... Thought emotion and idea
Noun
Place,person,animal or thing
Colon
Put at the end of a complete main clause... List, elaborate And…
Conventions of Language
What are two common types of verb erro…
What needs to be kept in mind if there…
How does one know when to use an adjec…
What needs to be kept in mind with pro…
There are errors in agreement between subject and verb or inc…
Both need to be in the same tense.
Adjectives describe things. Adverbs describe actions.
Students need to know whether the pronoun is in the subjectiv…
What are two common types of verb erro…
There are errors in agreement between subject and verb or inc…
What needs to be kept in mind if there…
Both need to be in the same tense.
12 terms
Unit 3- Language Conventions
preposition
prepositional phrase
adjective phrase
adverb phrase
a word, such as in, out, on, with, through, about or at, that…
a group of words beginning with a preposition and ending with…
modifies a noun or a pronoun by telling what kind or which one
modifies a verb, an adjective, or an adverb by pointing out w…
preposition
a word, such as in, out, on, with, through, about or at, that…
prepositional phrase
a group of words beginning with a preposition and ending with…
English Language Arts and Reading (Writing Conventions, Written Communication, Visuals)
Learning to write is generally a seque…
What must students first develop in or…
Subject-Verb Agreement
Present past tense
1. Readiness... 2. Drawing and exploring... 3. Confident experiment…
Fine motor skills, e.g., tearing, cutting, puzzles, clay, fin…
A verb agrees in number with its subject. ... ONE of the boys WA…
used to express action or a condition that started in the pas…
Learning to write is generally a seque…
1. Readiness... 2. Drawing and exploring... 3. Confident experiment…
What must students first develop in or…
Fine motor skills, e.g., tearing, cutting, puzzles, clay, fin…
Generalist 4-8, Competency 006, Written Language-Written Conventions (Chapter 2 English Language Arts)
Transitioning from Oral Language to Wr…
Spelling Stages
Scribbling
Pseudo-Letters
1. Print carries meaning and it conveys a message... 2. Spoken w…
Scribbling, Pseudo-Letters, Random Letters, Invented, Transit…
Pretend to be writing. Will follow left to right and top to b…
Attempt to create forms that resemble letters, but not always…
Transitioning from Oral Language to Wr…
1. Print carries meaning and it conveys a message... 2. Spoken w…
Spelling Stages
Scribbling, Pseudo-Letters, Random Letters, Invented, Transit…
18 terms
Domain I English Language Arts Competency 006 (Written Language-Writing Conventions)
Transition from Oral Language developm…
Scribbling
Pseudo Letters
Random Letters
Print carries meaning and it conveys a message... English readi…
Children pretend that they are writing ... Scribbling, the diff…
Children attempt to create forms that resemble letters, by th…
Children create individual letters from the alphabet in an at…
Transition from Oral Language developm…
Print carries meaning and it conveys a message... English readi…
Scribbling
Children pretend that they are writing ... Scribbling, the diff…
lang.arts conventions test
noun
verb
subject
predicate
a word that names a person , place, or , thing, or an idea
shows action or links the subject of a sentence to an adjecti…
names whom or what a sentence is about
tells what the subject of a sentence does or has
noun
a word that names a person , place, or , thing, or an idea
verb
shows action or links the subject of a sentence to an adjecti…
Conventions in Art
Hierarchy of scale
Composite view
Profile view
Simplification
Unrealistic proportion of people or beings based on relevance
People in ancient art have this view
Animals in ancient art have this view
Abstract
Hierarchy of scale
Unrealistic proportion of people or beings based on relevance
Composite view
People in ancient art have this view
19 terms
NAPLAN - Language Conventions
Spelling
Punctuation
Noun
Collective noun
using the correct arrangement of letters when writing a word
marks that tell the reader when to pause, when a sentence end…
A person, place, thing, or idea
A word that names a group.
Spelling
using the correct arrangement of letters when writing a word
Punctuation
marks that tell the reader when to pause, when a sentence end…
Lapajne Language Conventions Test
Define an noun and an example
Define a proper noun and give an example
Define a common noun and give an example
Define a collective noun and give an e…
A person, place, object (living and non-living), feeling, ide…
A noun that represents a unique entity and are usually capita…
A noun that represents a class of things... Examples: Basketbal…
nouns that name a group of people, place, or thing... Example:…
Define an noun and an example
A person, place, object (living and non-living), feeling, ide…
Define a proper noun and give an example
A noun that represents a unique entity and are usually capita…
19 terms
Language Conventions and Usage
complete sentence
subject
verb
coordinating conjunction
A group of words that has a subject and verb and expresses a…
Tells who or what a sentence is about.
Tells what the subject is or does.
A word that connects the independent clauses in a compound se…
complete sentence
A group of words that has a subject and verb and expresses a…
subject
Tells who or what a sentence is about.
4. English Language Conventions
Parts of Speech and Grammar
Singular and Plural Nouns
Nouns and Functions
Pronouns
In their famously slim writing guide, The Elements of Style,…
Nouns can be singular or plural. To make most nouns plural, s…
Nouns and Function... The same noun, whether collective, proper…
A pronoun names a person, place, thing, or abstraction by sta…
Parts of Speech and Grammar
In their famously slim writing guide, The Elements of Style,…
Singular and Plural Nouns
Nouns can be singular or plural. To make most nouns plural, s…
11 terms
Poetry Conventions/ Figurative Language
Simile
Metaphor
Extended Metaphor
Onomatopoeia
a comparison of two things using LIKE or AS.... Example: My love…
Comparison: One thing is said to be another.... Example: My love…
a metaphor that is continued throughout the text.
use of words to imitate sound.... Example: clang, sizzle, meow,…
Simile
a comparison of two things using LIKE or AS.... Example: My love…
Metaphor
Comparison: One thing is said to be another.... Example: My love…
26 terms
English Grammar and Language Conventions
grammar
declarative sentence
interrogative sentence
exclamatory sentence
The study of how words and their component parts combine to f…
States, declares, describes, or defines. A declarative senten…
Asks a question. An interrogative sentence ends with a questi…
Exclaims or shows excitement. An exclamatory sentence ends wi…
grammar
The study of how words and their component parts combine to f…
declarative sentence
States, declares, describes, or defines. A declarative senten…
10 terms
Domain 2: Conventions of Language
Subject-Verb Agreement
Verb Tenses
Adjectives and Adverbs
pronoun
First focus on the verb or verbs. A plural subject goes with…
past, present, future
adjectives describe things(nouns and pronouns) and adverbs de…
take the place of a noun
Subject-Verb Agreement
First focus on the verb or verbs. A plural subject goes with…
Verb Tenses
past, present, future
31 terms
NAPLAN REVISION: Language Conventions
Spell these words correctly: ... greatfully
Spell these words correctly: ... acommidate
Spell these words correctly: ... conscien…
Spell these words correctly: ... speecies
gratefully
accommodate
conscientious
species
Spell these words correctly: ... greatfully
gratefully
Spell these words correctly: ... acommidate
accommodate
English Language Conventions
Imagery
Personification
Similes
Metaphors
the writer creates a very clear picture of something in your…
an object is given a human characteristic
one thing is COMPARED to another
something is not compared but said TO BE something else
Imagery
the writer creates a very clear picture of something in your…
Personification
an object is given a human characteristic
5 terms
Language Conventions: Imperative Mood
mood of a verb
A verb...
In an imperative sentence...
command
refers to the manner in which the action or state of... being is…
is in the imperative mood when it is part of a... command or req…
the subject is always implied... or understood to be you
(You) Do your homework
mood of a verb
refers to the manner in which the action or state of... being is…
A verb...
is in the imperative mood when it is part of a... command or req…
14 terms
Conventions (Visual, Auditory, Language)
Voiceover/Narration
Real life footage/Archive footage
Interview with "experts"
Interview with everyday people
narrate (spoken material) for a film or broadcast as a voice-…
footage that has actually happened or has happened
where the host asks questions to someone who is an expert or…
where the host asks questions that
Voiceover/Narration
narrate (spoken material) for a film or broadcast as a voice-…
Real life footage/Archive footage
footage that has actually happened or has happened
13 terms
language conventions packet 1
Noun
Concrete noun
abstract noun
collective noun
person, place, object (living or dead), feeling, idea, or qua…
a noun that can be identified with the five senses
nouns that name a person, place, or thing that is a quality o…
nouns that name a group of people, places, or things... ex. crew…
Noun
person, place, object (living or dead), feeling, idea, or qua…
Concrete noun
a noun that can be identified with the five senses
12 terms
Language Conventions List 2
By... Bystander, Bylaw
cata... catastrophe, catalyst
circ... circumvent, circumlocution
co... cooperate, coincidence
side, close, near
down, against
around
with
By... Bystander, Bylaw
side, close, near
cata... catastrophe, catalyst
down, against
Language Conventions: Noun Clauses
A group of words that has a subject an…
A subordinate clause that is used as a…
A person or thing that is being discus…
A noun or pronoun that receives the ac…
Clause
Noun Clause
Subject
Direct Object
A group of words that has a subject an…
Clause
A subordinate clause that is used as a…
Noun Clause
31 terms
NAPLAN REVISION: Language Conventions
Spell these words correctly: ... greatfully
Spell these words correctly: ... acommidate
Spell these words correctly: ... conscien…
Spell these words correctly: ... speecies
gratefully
accommodate
conscientious
species
Spell these words correctly: ... greatfully
gratefully
Spell these words correctly: ... acommidate
accommodate
11 terms
Poetry Conventions/ Figurative Language
Simile
Metaphor
Extended Metaphor
Onomatopoeia
a comparison of two things using LIKE or AS.... Example: My love…
Comparison: One thing is said to be another.... Example: My love…
a metaphor that is continued throughout the text.
use of words to imitate sound.... Example: clang, sizzle, meow,…
Simile
a comparison of two things using LIKE or AS.... Example: My love…
Metaphor
Comparison: One thing is said to be another.... Example: My love…
English Language Conventions
Anaphora
Asyndeton
Polysyndeton
Direct Allusion
repetition of one or more words at the start of consecutive w…
the lack of conjunctions between words or phrases
the use of conjunctions between each word in a list
the reference to a familiar person, place, thing or event, by…
Anaphora
repetition of one or more words at the start of consecutive w…
Asyndeton
the lack of conjunctions between words or phrases
8 terms
Language Conventions (Shakespeare)
Blank verse
Rhymed verse
Prose
Soliloquy
Iambic pentameter, non rhyming, 5 poetic feet per line
Rhyming lines, supernatural world
Un rhyming regulator speech, seriousness, mortals
Thinking out loud speaking only to them self, confessing priv…
Blank verse
Iambic pentameter, non rhyming, 5 poetic feet per line
Rhymed verse
Rhyming lines, supernatural world
31 terms
NAPLAN REVISION: Language Conventions
Spell these words correctly: ... greatfully
Spell these words correctly: ... acommidate
Spell these words correctly: ... conscien…
Spell these words correctly: ... speecies
gratefully
accommodate
conscientious
species
Spell these words correctly: ... greatfully
gratefully
Spell these words correctly: ... acommidate
accommodate
6 terms
language structure and conventions
tener + que + infinitive
ir + a + infinitive
necesitar + infinite
deber + infinite
to have to do something ex: tengo que estudiar
going to do something ex: voy a estudiar
to need to do ex: necesito estudiar
i should ex: debo estudiar
tener + que + infinitive
to have to do something ex: tengo que estudiar
ir + a + infinitive
going to do something ex: voy a estudiar
Language Arts
Laborious
flagstaff
Arable
Malignity
a task requiring effort
flagpole
a land suitable for growing crops
Intense ill will, a strong desire to inflict harm
Laborious
a task requiring effort
flagstaff
flagpole
Characters, Dramatic Conventions, and Language
Protagonist
Antagonist
Tragic hero
Malapropism
Central character the one whom audiences identify
Force working against the protagonist
Protagonist usually dies because of flaw or twist of fate oft…
The mistake in use of a word in a place of a similar sounding…
Protagonist
Central character the one whom audiences identify
Antagonist
Force working against the protagonist
Lapajne Language Conventions Test
house and Africa
car and door
bus
Excitement and air
What are the NOUN(S) in this sentence? The house is in Africa.
What are the NOUN(S) in this sentence? The car is old and mis…
What are the NOUN(S) in this sentence? When will the bus arri…
What are the NOUN(S) in this sentence? Excitement is in the a…
house and Africa
What are the NOUN(S) in this sentence? The house is in Africa.
car and door
What are the NOUN(S) in this sentence? The car is old and mis…
English Language Conventions
What is a homonym?
What is a compound word?
What is a plural noun?
What is a suffix?
words that have the same pronunciation or spelling but differ…
combination of two words to give a word with a separate meani…
more than one person, thing or idea... knife/knives... larva/larvae
the ending of a word... ure: treasure, furniture
What is a homonym?
words that have the same pronunciation or spelling but differ…
What is a compound word?
combination of two words to give a word with a separate meani…
166 terms
Language Arts
Abbreviation
Acronym
Active voice
Address
a shortened or contracted form of a word or phrase, used to r…
a word formed from the initial letters of a multi-word name
when the verb of a sentence is in the active voice, the subje…
a speech or written statement, usually formal, directed to a…
Abbreviation
a shortened or contracted form of a word or phrase, used to r…
Acronym
a word formed from the initial letters of a multi-word name
16 terms
Epic language and conventions/ LQP.....
epic
an epic must include..
media res
the protagonist is always .....
a long,narrative poem with action,adventures and travel
long and formal speeches... beginning statement of theme... invocat…
Latin phrase meaning in the middle of things
a hero
epic
a long,narrative poem with action,adventures and travel
an epic must include..
long and formal speeches... beginning statement of theme... invocat…
38 terms
Language Arts
Onomatopoeia
Alliteration
Caption
Character Development
Sound-effect word: bam, swish, boom, fizz
Same letter or sound at the beginning of most or all of the w…
Brief description in a newspaper or magazine telling who or w…
Way in which an author shows how a character changes as the s…
Onomatopoeia
Sound-effect word: bam, swish, boom, fizz
Alliteration
Same letter or sound at the beginning of most or all of the w…
42 terms
Language Arts
ann,enn
aqu
aud
bene
year,yearly
water
sound
good, well
ann,enn
year,yearly
aqu
water
19 terms
Language Techniques/conventions
Assonance
Simile
Imagery
Alliteration
The repetition of similar or identical vowel sounds i words w…
The comparison of one thing to be like or as another thing
Words or phrases the appeal to any of the five senses.... Can he…
Use of the same consonant at the beginning of each dressed sy…
Assonance
The repetition of similar or identical vowel sounds i words w…
Simile
The comparison of one thing to be like or as another thing
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