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Campbell English 9 KCD vocab
admonish
Everyone had to ___________ my friend…
Synonym and Antonym of Admonish (in th…
Breach
(v. trans) to caution or advise against something,to scold mi…
Admonish
warn, praise
(n.) an opening or gap (v.) to break through
admonish
(v. trans) to caution or advise against something,to scold mi…
Everyone had to ___________ my friend…
Admonish
KCD English Vocab words 1-20
lurch
craven
sinister
Desolation
verb; to move with abrupt movements, move haltingly or jerkily
adj; Characterized by abject fear; cowardly.
adj; portending misfortune or disaster
noun; the state of being abandoned or forsaken
lurch
verb; to move with abrupt movements, move haltingly or jerkily
craven
adj; Characterized by abject fear; cowardly.
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KCD 7th grade English Ch. 1-3
surgical
energetic
ergonomic
vigorous
adj very precise and accurate
adj active and lively
adj intended to decrease discomfort and maximize work
adj done with power
surgical
adj very precise and accurate
energetic
adj active and lively
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KCD 5th grade English Charlotte Doyle study questions
Who is telling the story
If, as Charlotte believed, Mr. Grummag…
When Charlotte watches Grummage arguin…
What did the porters seem to fear? Why…
Charlotte is telling the story.
Answers may vary (like: They both might be a gentlemen and ge…
He was arguing with the 2nd mate.
They feared Captain Jaggery and the Seahawk. Avi wants to bui…
Who is telling the story
Charlotte is telling the story.
If, as Charlotte believed, Mr. Grummag…
Answers may vary (like: They both might be a gentlemen and ge…
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Rhetorical Terms Quiz 4
homily
syllogism
wit
invective
This term literally means "sermon," but more informally, it c…
From the Greek for "reckoning together," is a deductive syste…
in modern usage, intellectually amusing language that surpris…
an emotionally violent, verbal denunciation or attack using s…
homily
This term literally means "sermon," but more informally, it c…
syllogism
From the Greek for "reckoning together," is a deductive syste…
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Rhetorical Terms - Quiz 3
conceit
connotation
denotation
didactic
A fanciful expression, usually in the form of an extended met…
The non-literal, associative meaning of a word; the implied,…
The strict, literal, dictionary definition of a word, devoid…
From the Greek, this word literally means "teaching." This ty…
conceit
A fanciful expression, usually in the form of an extended met…
connotation
The non-literal, associative meaning of a word; the implied,…
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Rhetorical Terms Quiz 2
appositive
atmosphere
oxymoron
hyperbole
a noun, noun phrase, or series of nous used to identify or re…
The emotional nod created by the entirety of a literary work,…
a figure of speech wherein the author groups apparently contr…
A figure of speech using deliberate exaggeration or overstate…
appositive
a noun, noun phrase, or series of nous used to identify or re…
atmosphere
The emotional nod created by the entirety of a literary work,…
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Rhetorical Terms - Quiz 2
appositive
atmosphere
oxymoron
hyperbole
a noun, a noun phrase, or a series of nouns used to rename or…
the emotional nod created by the entirety of a literary work,…
a figure of speech wherein the author groups apparently contr…
A figure of speech using deliberate exaggeration or overstate…
appositive
a noun, a noun phrase, or a series of nouns used to rename or…
atmosphere
the emotional nod created by the entirety of a literary work,…
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Rhetorical Terms 1-10
Allegory
alliteration
allusion
Anaphora
The device of using character and/or story elements symbolica…
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
repetition of the initial word(s) over successive phrases or…
Allegory
The device of using character and/or story elements symbolica…
alliteration
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds
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Vocabulary Level E Chapter 8-9
animosity
apathy
apprehensive
commend
(n) strong dislike; bitter hostility
(n) a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
(adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future
(v) to praise, express approval; to present as worthy of atte…
animosity
(n) strong dislike; bitter hostility
apathy
(n) a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 8
animosity
apathy
apprehensive
commend
(noun) strong dislike
(noun) a lack of feeling or interest
(adj.) fearful or anxious about the future
(verb) to praise
animosity
(noun) strong dislike
apathy
(noun) a lack of feeling or interest
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Quick Recall, Quick recall, Quick Recall, Quick Recall, Quick recall, Quick Recall, Quick Recall, Quick recall, Quick recall, PHS Quick Recall 2015-16 Round 4 Varsity, PHS Quick Recall 15-16 Round 6 Varsity, PHS Quick Recall 15-16 Round Varsity, Regi...
Johan Gutenberg
Isaac Newton
Martin Luther
Charles Darwin
In 1450, he was able to create a printing press with movable…
(1642-1727) Developed laws of gravity and motion; invented ca…
(1483-1546) a German monk who, in 1517, took a public stand a…
1809-1882 English naturalist and scientist whose theory of ev…
Johan Gutenberg
In 1450, he was able to create a printing press with movable…
Isaac Newton
(1642-1727) Developed laws of gravity and motion; invented ca…
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Level D: Vocab Unit 3
abridge
adherent
altercation
cherubic
v.) to shorten, abbreviate or condense
n.) a follower or supporter... adj.) sticking to (think adhesive)
n.) an angry argument, quarrel or dispute
adj.) resembling and angel; sweet or innocent --> displayed b…
abridge
v.) to shorten, abbreviate or condense
adherent
n.) a follower or supporter... adj.) sticking to (think adhesive)
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Vocabulary Workshop Level D Units 13-15
ad infinitum
apportion
bona fide
buoyant
(adv.) endlessly
(v.) to divide and give out in shares
(adj.) genuine; sincere
(adj.) able to float easily; able to hold things up; cheerful…
ad infinitum
(adv.) endlessly
apportion
(v.) to divide and give out in shares
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Vocab Level E Unit 6 (credito de Kimand818)
accede... (v)
brandish... (v)
comprise... (v)
deft... (adj)
to yield to; to assume an office or dignity... syn-consent, conc…
to wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion... syn-swi…
to include or contain; to be made up of... syn-compose, constitu…
skillful, nimble with hands or fingers... syn-adroit, dexterous,…
accede... (v)
to yield to; to assume an office or dignity... syn-consent, conc…
brandish... (v)
to wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion... syn-swi…
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EDDE Exam 3
Top Down Theory
Bottom Up Theory
Texts-Based Theorists
Interactive Theory
main points are comprehension... reader starts with meaning then…
building fluency with reading... rely heavily on phonemics... word…
believe one must process lowest levels before one can underst…
both decoding & comprehension are stressed... processing in both…
Top Down Theory
main points are comprehension... reader starts with meaning then…
Bottom Up Theory
building fluency with reading... rely heavily on phonemics... word…
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EDDE 425 Exam 3
Three Major Theories of Reading
Top Down
Bottom Up
Interactive
Top Down... Bottom Up... Interactive
Reader starts with meaning then proceeds to words and letters…
Rely heavily on phonemics, word recognition, and word to text…
Both decoding and comprehension are stressed, phonics and ski…
Three Major Theories of Reading
Top Down... Bottom Up... Interactive
Top Down
Reader starts with meaning then proceeds to words and letters…
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Vocabulary Workshop Level D Unit 9
auxiliary
candid
cubicle
drudgery
(adj.) giving assistance or support; (n.) a helper, aid
(adj.) frank, sincere; impartial; unposed
(n.) a small room or compartment
(n.) work that is hard and tiresome
auxiliary
(adj.) giving assistance or support; (n.) a helper, aid
candid
(adj.) frank, sincere; impartial; unposed
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Vocabulary Workshop Level D Unit 8
assurance
asylum
console
dilate
(n.) a pledge; freedom from doubt, self-confidence
(n.) an institution for the care of children, elderly people,…
(v.) to comfort; (n.) the keyboard of an organ; a control pan…
(v.) to make or become larger or wider; to expand upon
assurance
(n.) a pledge; freedom from doubt, self-confidence
asylum
(n.) an institution for the care of children, elderly people,…
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Vocabulary Workshop Level D Unit 10
adept
aspire
bleak
chide
(adj.) thoroughly skilled; (n.) an expert
(v.) to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher…
(adj.) bare, dreary, dismal
(v.) to blame; scold
adept
(adj.) thoroughly skilled; (n.) an expert
aspire
(v.) to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher…
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Vocabulary Workshop Level D Unit 7
adieu
advent
apex
assimilate
(int.) "Farewell!"; (n.) a farewell
(n.) an arrival; a coming into place or view
(n.) the highest point, tip
(v.) to absorb fully or make one's own; to adopt as one's own…
adieu
(int.) "Farewell!"; (n.) a farewell
advent
(n.) an arrival; a coming into place or view
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