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Reading Vocabulary Words
advanced
mood
comfort
peculiar
to move something or someone forward
a state of feeling
to cause someone to feel less worried
not normal
advanced
to move something or someone forward
mood
a state of feeling
6 terms
Reading Vocabulary
Envisioning
Inferring
Realistic Fiction
Historical Fiction
making a picture in your mind
using clues to understand what the author is really saying
a story that is not true but could really happen
a story that is not true but is based on real events in the p…
Envisioning
making a picture in your mind
Inferring
using clues to understand what the author is really saying
#7 Vocabulary Words-Reading
mood
symbolism
onomatopoeia
simile
a particular feeling
something that represents something as a symbol
a word that represents a sound
comparing 2 things using the words like or as
mood
a particular feeling
symbolism
something that represents something as a symbol
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Reading Academic Vocabulary Words
simile
point of view
idiom
drama
a type of figurative language that uses like or as to compare…
how the story is being told (1st person, 3rd person limited,…
a type of figurative language in which the words mean somethi…
a type of literary work that includes acts and scenes; a play
simile
a type of figurative language that uses like or as to compare…
point of view
how the story is being told (1st person, 3rd person limited,…
10 terms
STAAR Reading Vocabulary Words
Setting
conflict
theme
chronological order
Where and when the story takes place
the problem in the story
the central idea or message of a work, the insight it offers…
the time order in which events happen
Setting
Where and when the story takes place
conflict
the problem in the story
24 terms
Reading Vocabulary Words
Main idea
Inference
Summary
Forshadow
what a piece of writing is mainly about
A conclusion one can draw from the presented details.
A retelling of the most important parts of what was read.
the use of clues to hint at events that will occur later in t…
Main idea
what a piece of writing is mainly about
Inference
A conclusion one can draw from the presented details.
5 terms
Reading Vocabulary Words: November 2-6
Influence
Cite
Recognize
Refer
Having an effect or impact on someone or something.
To refer (or go back) to something.
To see someone or something and know them or it.
To go back to something.
Influence
Having an effect or impact on someone or something.
Cite
To refer (or go back) to something.
33 terms
STAAR Reading Vocabulary words
alliteration
antagonist
author's message
claim
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
A character or force working against the main character
What the author is trying to tell the audience; author's main…
a position on an issue or problem
alliteration
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
antagonist
A character or force working against the main character
38 terms
Reading Vocabulary Words
title
author
quotation marks
genre
the name given to a book, story, movie
the person that wrote a story or book
the type of story or book
title
the name given to a book, story, movie
author
the person that wrote a story or book
10 terms
Reading Lesson 13 Vocabulary Words
formal
legendary
foes
revolution
something that follows set traditions
something or someone who comes from legends; well known
enemies
a sudden change in the way things have been, usually politica…
formal
something that follows set traditions
legendary
something or someone who comes from legends; well known
30 terms
Reading Vocabulary Words
resistance
rickety
roamed
vast
force
not very strong
walked around
large amount
resistance
force
rickety
not very strong
18 terms
Vocabulary about words and reading
synonyms (n)
opposites (n)
vowels (n)
spell (v)
Two words are _________ if they have the same meaning. (Examp…
Two words are _________ if they have very, very, very differe…
In English, the letters A, E, I, O and U are ______.
If you _____ a word correctly, you use the right letters in t…
synonyms (n)
Two words are _________ if they have the same meaning. (Examp…
opposites (n)
Two words are _________ if they have very, very, very differe…
reading vocabulary words
Non
Non-fiction
fiction
connotations
prefix that means not-changes the meaning of the work it is i…
a story that is true - not made up - informational
not true - it is a novel/story that is made up
the meaning of the word changes according to the context it i…
Non
prefix that means not-changes the meaning of the work it is i…
Non-fiction
a story that is true - not made up - informational
Reading words
Gnash
Navajo
Grazing
Fable
grind together, of teeth
American Indian tribe... Main tribe that was used by the militar…
act of feeding on plants
A brief story that leads to a moral, often using animals as c…
Gnash
grind together, of teeth
Navajo
American Indian tribe... Main tribe that was used by the militar…
10 terms
Vocabulary Words 1st Reading
splendid
achieved
vexation
insidious
magnificent; very impressive.
reach or attain
being annoyed, frustrated, or worried.
doing what you should be doing but by doing so it has harmful…
splendid
magnificent; very impressive.
achieved
reach or attain
26 terms
LA & Reading Vocabulary Words
compare
contrast
interpret
integrate
Identify similarities between items
Identify diferences between items
Draw from a text or data; set some meaning or significant
make whole by combining the different parts into one
compare
Identify similarities between items
contrast
Identify diferences between items
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Vocabulary words (Reading)
Emancipate
Manacles
Manager
Mandate
to set free to lend; a hand in freely someone; to release fro…
HANDCUFF'S
a person who has the upper hand; a person who is in charge of…
an order or command placed in one's hands.
Emancipate
to set free to lend; a hand in freely someone; to release fro…
Manacles
HANDCUFF'S
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Reading Maps Vocabulary Words
map
globe
map key
compass rose
a tool that shows details about an area
a map on a round model that shows places on Earth
a chart that explains what symbols mean on a map
a tool that shows north, south, east, and west, on a map
map
a tool that shows details about an area
globe
a map on a round model that shows places on Earth
Strategic Reading Vocabulary Words
Subdued
Seethed
Warily
Cringe
Quieted
Boiled
Suspiciously; carefully
Pull away
Subdued
Quieted
Seethed
Boiled
10 terms
Reading Words
Reliable
Multilingual
adhere
Allusion
dependable
many languages
follow rules
A casual mention.
Reliable
dependable
Multilingual
many languages
10 terms
Vocabulary Lesson 2 Reading Words
analogy
classic
diction
figurative
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
an author or work thought to be of the highest rank
A writer's or speaker's choice of words
language that includes figures of speech such as similies
analogy
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
classic
an author or work thought to be of the highest rank
48 terms
Reading Words
Yellow
Fiji
Mexico
Color
yellow
Fiji
Mexico
color
Yellow
yellow
Fiji
Fiji
32 terms
Reading Words
angler
bluegill
game
intense
n. fisherman
n. 낙씨
adj. very great; very strong ... synonym. extreme... adj. having or…
angler
n. fisherman
bluegill
5 terms
Reading Vocabulary Words: Nov. 30- Dec. 4
landmark
significant
historical
relationship
A building or place that was important to history.
Something that is important and meaningful.
Connected with history; based on events in history.
A connection between two or more things.
landmark
A building or place that was important to history.
significant
Something that is important and meaningful.
130 terms
Vocabulary and Reading
acumen (noun)
drastic (adjective)
entice (verb)
expertise (noun)
shrewdness; judgment; "She has business acumen."
desperate; extreme; "Don't do anything drastic when you're up…
invite; attract "This advertisement is trying to entice young…
knowledge; skill; "When it comes to budget planning, she has…
acumen (noun)
shrewdness; judgment; "She has business acumen."
drastic (adjective)
desperate; extreme; "Don't do anything drastic when you're up…
40 terms
Strategic Reading Vocabulary Words
solemnly
taken aback
unrelenting
mutely
without a smile; cheerlessly
surprised; shocked
refusing to give in
silently;wordlessly
solemnly
without a smile; cheerlessly
taken aback
surprised; shocked
9 terms
231-240 Reading Vocabulary Words
Archetype
omniscient
Oxymoron
Paradox
A detail, image, or character type that occurs frequently in…
having complete or unlimited knowledge, awareness, or underst…
A figure of speech that combines opposite or contradictory te…
A statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or a…
Archetype
A detail, image, or character type that occurs frequently in…
omniscient
having complete or unlimited knowledge, awareness, or underst…
Reading-Lesson 7 Vocabulary Words
romp
strained
picturing
wheeled
lively or spirited play
to work as hard as possible; strive hard
to form a mental image of; visualize; imagine
to turn or whirl around in place
romp
lively or spirited play
strained
to work as hard as possible; strive hard
vocabulary words reading 96.
incarcerated
affluent
avid
elicit
To put in a prison or jail
Rich, wealthy
Devoted
to bring out; to call forth
incarcerated
To put in a prison or jail
affluent
Rich, wealthy
Vocabulary Words Reading 96
Idyllic
Perilous
indigent
fallacious
charming in a rustic way; naturally peaceful
dangerous
Poor
False
Idyllic
charming in a rustic way; naturally peaceful
Perilous
dangerous
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Reading vocabulary
hatch=v.
snuggles= v.
flippers= n
cuddles= v.
to come out of an egg
to curl up comfortably or cozily : cuddle
a flat rubber shoe that has a very wide front and that is use…
to hold (someone or something) in your arms in order to show…
hatch=v.
to come out of an egg
snuggles= v.
to curl up comfortably or cozily : cuddle
13 terms
Reading Vocabulary
barrier reef
slatted
luminous
shoal
when corals keep pace with the subsidence of a volcanic islan…
cut into thin, narrow strips of material
(adj.) emitting or reflecting light, glowing; illuminating
a shallow place in the water
barrier reef
when corals keep pace with the subsidence of a volcanic islan…
slatted
cut into thin, narrow strips of material
20 terms
Reading Vocabulary
penguin
daughter
son
foot
penguin
daughter
10 terms
Reading Lesson 30 Vocabulary Words
undoubtedly
pace
reasoned
nerve
never questioned; with no doubt or debate
a rate of movement, especially in stepping, walking, etc.:
based on sensible and logical thinking
boldness; audacity; impudence; impertinence:
undoubtedly
never questioned; with no doubt or debate
pace
a rate of movement, especially in stepping, walking, etc.:
10 terms
Reading Vocabulary Words
waterproof
teaspoon
grasshopper
homesick
impervious to water.
A measurement that involves a spoon
an insect that hops and that is green
sad because you are away from your family and home
waterproof
impervious to water.
teaspoon
A measurement that involves a spoon
Reading Vocabulary Words
elective
scowl
quiver
ferocity
an optional academic course or subject
to look angry by drawing eyebrows together and frowning
to shake with a slight, rapid movement
extreme fierceness, intensity
elective
an optional academic course or subject
scowl
to look angry by drawing eyebrows together and frowning
Reading Vocabulary Words
narrative
drawing conclusions/conlude/infer
synonym
antonym
tells a story
to make a prediction or come to a conclusion (an end) based o…
a word that has the same meaning as another word
a word that has the opposite meaning of another word
narrative
tells a story
drawing conclusions/conlude/infer
to make a prediction or come to a conclusion (an end) based o…
Reading Vocabulary words
Revelation
Mortality
Allusion
Temperamental
The sudden realization of something previously unknown.
A condition of being mortal (able to die)
A statement that refers to something without directly mention…
Unpredictable behavior.
Revelation
The sudden realization of something previously unknown.
Mortality
A condition of being mortal (able to die)
14 terms
Reading Vocabulary Words
Author's Purpose
Structural Organization
Context Clues
Fiction
The reason an author writes something. Persuade, Inform, Ente…
How the author organizes the writing for understanding
Words all around the unknown word. Sentences, paragraphs
Made-up stories; characters, setting, problem, plot, solution…
Author's Purpose
The reason an author writes something. Persuade, Inform, Ente…
Structural Organization
How the author organizes the writing for understanding
7 terms
Reading vocabulary words
Cornell notes
procedures
compromise
cooperation
system of note taking to help you remember and study for tests.
routine, habit, something that you do the same every time.
coming to a solution where one or more sides may have to give…
2 or more people working together and getting along.
Cornell notes
system of note taking to help you remember and study for tests.
procedures
routine, habit, something that you do the same every time.
10 terms
Words for Reading and Academic Vocabulary
herbivore
carnivore
narrate
expository text
plant eaters
meat eaters
to tell a story
texts that inform--you learn explicitly or clearly although m…
herbivore
plant eaters
carnivore
meat eaters
11 terms
Reading Vocabulary
author's purpose
realistic fiction
character
setting
author's purpose
realistic fiction
10 terms
lesson 6 reading vocabulary words
marine
basking
stunned
intensive
living in or connected to the sea
to rest in and enjoy a pleasant warmth
to make someone or something unable to sense what is going on
complete and carried out with care
marine
living in or connected to the sea
basking
to rest in and enjoy a pleasant warmth
Reading Vocabulary
summarize
explain
inference
evaluate
To tell what a story is mostly about. To give the short versi…
To tell how; put it in my own words
To figure out what it means by using clues in the text and my…
Make judgments about what I read and explain why
summarize
To tell what a story is mostly about. To give the short versi…
explain
To tell how; put it in my own words
13 terms
reading vocabulary words
syndrome
Disinfected
Srategy
Demonstrate
a set of symptoms that indicate a disease
cleaned, remove germs
a plan or method use to reach a gaol
To show or explain
syndrome
a set of symptoms that indicate a disease
Disinfected
cleaned, remove germs
20 terms
Reading Vocabulary Words
central idea
theme
main idea
story elements
The most important or central thought of a text.
The underlying meaning of a text. Sometimes it is directly st…
In informational or expository writing, the most important th…
Basic parts of a story: plot, character, setting, theme, etc.
central idea
The most important or central thought of a text.
theme
The underlying meaning of a text. Sometimes it is directly st…
8 terms
reading vocabulary words
pounding
bend
reach
damage
crashing
to cause something to curve
to get as far as
harm
pounding
crashing
bend
to cause something to curve
READING VOCABULARY WORDS
Excruciating
Endangerment
Liability
Optimistic
The use of few words to convoy much information.
The state of not being protected from injury, harm, or evil.
The state of being legally responsible for something or someo…
A feeling or belief that good things will happen.
Excruciating
The use of few words to convoy much information.
Endangerment
The state of not being protected from injury, harm, or evil.
53 terms
Reading Vocabulary Words & Terms
jeopardy
stable
scrounged
spiteful
danger
steady
to search for
malicious
jeopardy
danger
stable
steady
Reading vocabulary words
proficient
annotate (verb)/annotation (noun)
genres
infer (verb)/ inference (noun)
Skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
Add brief notes to a diagram or graph.
Categories of artworks, based on style, form, or subject matt…
give your opinion to find what happend with something
proficient
Skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
annotate (verb)/annotation (noun)
Add brief notes to a diagram or graph.
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