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Lesson 8 (Language Arts)
Abscond
Aperture
Immolation
Impunity
To go away suddenly a nd secretly
An opening, such as a hole or a gap
Death or destruction
Freedom from penalty
Abscond
To go away suddenly a nd secretly
Aperture
An opening, such as a hole or a gap
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LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON 8
CONDOLENCE
CANDOR
BUFF
COMPOSURE
SYMPATHY ANT: HARSHNESS
TRUTHEFULNESS OR HONESTY
FAN OR ENTHUISIEST
CALMNESS ANT: PANIC
CONDOLENCE
SYMPATHY ANT: HARSHNESS
CANDOR
TRUTHEFULNESS OR HONESTY
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Language Arts Lesson 8
Spir
Photo
flam
inspire
To breath
Light
Flame
to motivate, guide or influence. To give hope and currage
Spir
To breath
Photo
Light
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Language Arts Lesson 8
Browse
Counterfeit
Devour
Dishearten
•To look through or glance at casually... •To eat, to graze
•Not genuine, fake
•To eat up hungrily ... •To take in eagerly (as in a book, movie…
•To discourage; to shake the courage of
Browse
•To look through or glance at casually... •To eat, to graze
Counterfeit
•Not genuine, fake
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Lesson 8 language arts
antibiotic
biopsy
biosphere
devitalize
A substance produced by certain fungi, bacteria, or other org…
The removal of tissue from a living person for examination or…
The part of Earth and its atmosphere in which living things e…
To lower or destroy the physical energy or vigor of someone o…
antibiotic
A substance produced by certain fungi, bacteria, or other org…
biopsy
The removal of tissue from a living person for examination or…
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Lesson 8 language arts
Accompany
beneficial
captive
convenient
people with you
helpful
held prisoner
suitable
Accompany
people with you
beneficial
helpful
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Language Arts lesson 8
Capture
Intercept
Except
Recipient
To take
To take something in the middle of its journey
Not including
Someone who gets something
Capture
To take
Intercept
To take something in the middle of its journey
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Language Arts Lesson 8
Assemble
Banquet
Cargo
Cask
To bring together.
A feast.
The load carried by boat or plane.
A barrel-shaped container.
Assemble
To bring together.
Banquet
A feast.
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Language Arts lesson 8
Controversey
Distort
Dynasty
Estate
Dispute that is often lenghty or public
To twist it out of shape
Series of rulers from the same family hold power for several…
A large piece of land with sizeable house on it
Controversey
Dispute that is often lenghty or public
Distort
To twist it out of shape
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language arts lesson 8
competition
consumer
efficiency
monopoly
My sister got first in her dance competition this weekend.
We are learning about comsumers and producers in science.
My dad has the efficiency to save his money for the future.
Me and Maddie play monopoly when we get bored.
competition
My sister got first in her dance competition this weekend.
consumer
We are learning about comsumers and producers in science.
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Language Arts : Lesson 8
assemble
banquet
cargo
cask
v. 1. To bring together into a group; to gather. ... 2. To put o…
n. A large meal for many people; a feast.
n. A load carried by plane or ship.
n. A barrel-shaped container, especially one for holding liqu…
assemble
v. 1. To bring together into a group; to gather. ... 2. To put o…
banquet
n. A large meal for many people; a feast.
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language arts lesson 8
assemble
banquet
cargo
cask
...
a large meal for many people; a feast
the load carried by a plane or ship
a barrel shaped container, especially one for holding liquid
assemble
...
banquet
a large meal for many people; a feast
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language arts lesson 8
assemble
banquet
cargo
cask
to bring together into a group to gather''' to put or fit tog…
a large meal for many people''' a feast'''
a load carried by a plane or ship
a barrel shapped container''' especially one for holding liqu…
assemble
to bring together into a group to gather''' to put or fit tog…
banquet
a large meal for many people''' a feast'''
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Lesson 8 vocabulary/ language arts
Acrid
Casualty
Congested
Congested
Sharp,irratating,or bitter to the sense of taste or smell
A person killed or injured in a war or accident
Overcrowded; filed to full
Filled with fluid
Acrid
Sharp,irratating,or bitter to the sense of taste or smell
Casualty
A person killed or injured in a war or accident
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Language Arts: Lesson 8 Vocabulary
convenient
decieve
decisive
explicit
appropriate for the circumstances; suitable
to mislead; to misguide
strong-minded; firm; strong-willed
easily understandable; clear
convenient
appropriate for the circumstances; suitable
decieve
to mislead; to misguide
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Language arts lesson 8
Affluence
arrears
cascade
cringe
wealth riches prosperity great aboundance plenty education ha…
unpaid or overdue debts unfinished Duty
a steep sorrow narrow waterfall something falling or rushing…
shrink back or hide in fear or submissivness
Affluence
wealth riches prosperity great aboundance plenty education ha…
arrears
unpaid or overdue debts unfinished Duty
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Languages arts lesson 8
glorious
Studio
Model
Concerned
Having great beauty
The place where a artist works
Serving as a model
Worried or anxios
glorious
Having great beauty
Studio
The place where a artist works
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Language Arts Lesson 8 Vocabulary
ago
cap
pot
stove
in the past
a soft hat with a front cover
a deep, round container used for cooking
a piece of equipment you cook food on
ago
in the past
cap
a soft hat with a front cover
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Language Arts English language Glossary
Personification
Antithesis
Oxymoron
Sarcasm
The assigning of human qualities to inanimate objects or conc…
the presentation of two contrasting images. The ideas are bal…
From the Greek for "pointedly foolish," ___ is a figure of sp…
from the Greek meaning "to tear flesh," ______ is meant to hu…
Personification
The assigning of human qualities to inanimate objects or conc…
Antithesis
the presentation of two contrasting images. The ideas are bal…
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Language Arts Vocab Lesson 8
principle
elegant
equations
reluctant
describing natural processes or an important guiding rule
simple and refined or tasteful
statements that show two quantities and amounts or how two id…
unsure about doing something or unwilling to try it
principle
describing natural processes or an important guiding rule
elegant
simple and refined or tasteful
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Language arts vocabulary Lesson 8
accomplishment
appoint
dedication
dispenser
something that has been achieved successfully, noun
assign a job or role to someone, verb
the quality of being dedicated or committed to a task or purp…
a person or thing that dispenses something, noun
accomplishment
something that has been achieved successfully, noun
appoint
assign a job or role to someone, verb
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English Language Arts Vocabulary
synonym
hyperbole
metaphor
simile
a word that has the same meaning as another word
A figure of speech using deliberate exaggeration or overstate…
A comparison without using like or as
A comparison of two things using like or as
synonym
a word that has the same meaning as another word
hyperbole
A figure of speech using deliberate exaggeration or overstate…
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language arts vocabulary lesson 8
adept
apathy
aspiring
deride
adjective; skillful
noun; lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern
adjective; one's hopes or ambitions toward becoming a specifi…
verb; ridicule
adept
adjective; skillful
apathy
noun; lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern
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Language arts vocab lesson 8
Avid
Avid
Brusque
Concise
Having a strong desire for,to point of greed
Eager,enthusiastic
Abrupt in manner of speech, Gruff
Short and to the point
Avid
Having a strong desire for,to point of greed
Avid
Eager,enthusiastic
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Language Arts-Vocabulary Lesson 8
Acrid
Casualty
Congested
Cope
Sharp, irritating, or bitter to the sense of taste or smell
A person killed or injured in a war or accident
1) overcrowded; filled two full... 2) filled with fluid
To manage problems or difficulties successfully
Acrid
Sharp, irritating, or bitter to the sense of taste or smell
Casualty
A person killed or injured in a war or accident
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Language Arts Vocabulary Lesson 8
Altruistic
Benevolent
Largess
Lavish
Showing an unselfish concern for others.
Giving freely and easily to others; charitable; kind.
Generous giving.
Generous in giving to others or in spending money.
Altruistic
Showing an unselfish concern for others.
Benevolent
Giving freely and easily to others; charitable; kind.
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Language arts lesson 8 packet
Maliciose
Wrath
Condone
Indignant
With intent to harm
Rage
To allow a wrong
Angry about injustice
Maliciose
With intent to harm
Wrath
Rage
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Argument Terminology for English Language Arts 8
speaker
audience
claim
argument
the person who makes an argument
the person or people who read or listen to an argument
the position or opinion of a speaker
a structured, logical attempt to prove a claim true
speaker
the person who makes an argument
audience
the person or people who read or listen to an argument
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Language Arts Terminology Lesson 8
Flashback
Foil
Foreshadowing
Genre
(n.) returning to an earlier time (in a story) for the purpos…
(n.) someone who serves as a contrast or challenge to another…
(v.) giving hints or clues of what is to come later in a story
(n.) refers to a category or type of literature based on its…
Flashback
(n.) returning to an earlier time (in a story) for the purpos…
Foil
(n.) someone who serves as a contrast or challenge to another…
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Language Arts English language Glossary
Personification
Antithesis
Oxymoron
Sarcasm
The assigning of human qualities to inanimate objects or conc…
the presentation of two contrasting images. The ideas are bal…
From the Greek for "pointedly foolish," ___ is a figure of sp…
from the Greek meaning "to tear flesh," ___ involves bitter,…
Personification
The assigning of human qualities to inanimate objects or conc…
Antithesis
the presentation of two contrasting images. The ideas are bal…
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Language arts CRV lesson 8
Acclamation
Clamor
Declaim
Forensic
n. applause; enthusiastic aproval
n. a loud outcry, especially in protest
v. to speak loudly or passionately
adj. referring to legal proceedings or formal debate or rheto…
Acclamation
n. applause; enthusiastic aproval
Clamor
n. a loud outcry, especially in protest
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English language arts 4-8
Instruction reading level
CONNATATIVE MEANING
Dennotative meaning
Rubric
Ask students to read a passage a student can't miss more than…
The meaning derived from various hints suggestions and feelin…
The specific meaning of a word or visual meaning the clear me…
A scoring guide based on several criteria rather just one num…
Instruction reading level
Ask students to read a passage a student can't miss more than…
CONNATATIVE MEANING
The meaning derived from various hints suggestions and feelin…
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Language Arts Honors Lesson 8
Adept
Audible
Azure
Banter
Highly skilled; expert
Capable of being hearrd
The blue color of a cloudless sky
To exchange playfully, teasing remarks
Adept
Highly skilled; expert
Audible
Capable of being hearrd
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English /Language Arts Vocabulary
adjective
adverb
affix
alliteration
words that describe a noun (e.g., red, bold)
words that modify a verb, adjective, or another adverb. An ad…
general term that refers to prefixes and suffixes
repetition of the initial consonant sound in two or more neig…
adjective
words that describe a noun (e.g., red, bold)
adverb
words that modify a verb, adjective, or another adverb. An ad…
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English Language Arts List 8
Applicant (n)
Crumple(v)
Despair(n)
Dutiful(adj)
To ask for something.
To make into little pieces.
Loss of Believe.
Performing the expected job.
Applicant (n)
To ask for something.
Crumple(v)
To make into little pieces.
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English-Language Arts Vocabulary
cite
evidence
inference
theme
to quote directly or indirectly from a text
support for an idea or claim
drawing a conclusion on the basis of circumstantial evidence
the underlying meaning or lesson of a text
cite
to quote directly or indirectly from a text
evidence
support for an idea or claim
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English Language Arts
alliteration
personification
homophone
thene
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
two words are homophones if they are pronounced the same way…
is central message or insight into life reavealed through lit…
alliteration
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
personification
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
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English Language Arts Vocabulary
analyze
main idea
details
text features
to examine the structure of a text in order to explain or int…
what the article/story is mostly about
statements that give more information about the main idea
components of a story not including the main body including (…
analyze
to examine the structure of a text in order to explain or int…
main idea
what the article/story is mostly about
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English Language Arts Terms
character
characteristic
climax
conflict
people or animals in a story
physical or personality traits
most exciting part of a story
the problem in a story
character
people or animals in a story
characteristic
physical or personality traits
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Secondary English/Language Arts
antagonist
confidant
connotation
couplet
opponent or enemy
a person to share one's secrets with
meaning of a word that is suggested or implied
pair of lines with rhyming end words
antagonist
opponent or enemy
confidant
a person to share one's secrets with
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English Language Arts 8 Defintions
Alliteration
Allusion
Antagonist
Assonance
the use of the same first sound in two or more words
a hidden or indirect reference to events, people and places i…
the enemy in the piece of literature, the person with whom th…
the repetition of vowel sounds in two or more words close tog…
Alliteration
the use of the same first sound in two or more words
Allusion
a hidden or indirect reference to events, people and places i…
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Language Arts Lesson 8 Voc Antonyms
abnormal
catastrophe
decrease
disputatious
normal, usual
triumph, victory
increase, grow
peaceable, pacific
abnormal
normal, usual
catastrophe
triumph, victory
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Language Arts Voc lesson 8 synonyms
abnormal
capsize
catastrophe
decrease
freakish, unnatural, irregular
upend, tip over
tragedy, cataclysm
lessen, reduce, dwindle, diminish
abnormal
freakish, unnatural, irregular
capsize
upend, tip over
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NES English Language Arts
Define homonym
Define analogy
Define soliloquy
Difference between MOOD and TONE
Words that have the same spelling/prounciation but different…
A comparison of two things
Speaking one's thoughts aloud when alone
Mood as the attitude of the author toward the subject, and To…
Define homonym
Words that have the same spelling/prounciation but different…
Define analogy
A comparison of two things
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Language Arts Voc Lesson 8 pronunciation
abnormal
capsize
catastrophe
decrease
abnor'mal
cap'size
catas'trophe
decrease'
abnormal
abnor'mal
capsize
cap'size
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English Language Arts- SAT vocab
fecund
sage
vacuous
deride
fertile
a wise man/ or to be wise
lacking ideas/intelligence
to ridicule
fecund
fertile
sage
a wise man/ or to be wise
52 terms
English Language Arts
the three articles
analogy
subject
compound subject
a, an, and the; a type of adjective
a comparison of two pairs that have the same relationship.
what the sentence is about, who or what is doing the action.
a subject that contains two or more nouns or pronouns joined…
the three articles
a, an, and the; a type of adjective
analogy
a comparison of two pairs that have the same relationship.
17 terms
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.
12 terms
English Language Arts and Reading
English Language Arts and Reading EC-6…
English Language Arts and Reading EC-6…
English Language Arts and Reading EC-6…
English Language Arts and Reading EC-6…
Standard I
Standard II
Standard III
Standard IV
English Language Arts and Reading EC-6…
Standard I
English Language Arts and Reading EC-6…
Standard II
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Language Arts 2 Honors Vocabulary Lesson 8
comely
decadence
erroneous
flaunt
adj. having a pleasant appearance; attractive; suitable
n. a process, condition, or period of decline or decay; deter…
adj. false; mistaken; incorrect
v. to show off; to display oneself proudly or conspicuously
comely
adj. having a pleasant appearance; attractive; suitable
decadence
n. a process, condition, or period of decline or decay; deter…
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