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Chapter 1, Reading 2: The Pixar Story
science fiction
realistic
acumen
ensemble
A type of fantasy book or movie dealing with space or the fut…
very similar to real life
skill, insight, judgment
group of people who create movies, music together
science fiction
A type of fantasy book or movie dealing with space or the fut…
realistic
very similar to real life
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Chapter 1: Reading Two "The Pixar Story"
acumen
drastic
entice
expertise
good judgment, quick decisions
extreme, desperate
attract, invite
skill, knowledge
acumen
good judgment, quick decisions
drastic
extreme, desperate
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Chapter 1: Reading a Story
protagonist
antagonist
exposition
complication
The main or central character in a narrative. The protagonist…
The most significant character or force that opposes the prot…
The opening portion of a narrative. In the exposition, the sc…
the introduction of a significant development in the central…
protagonist
The main or central character in a narrative. The protagonist…
antagonist
The most significant character or force that opposes the prot…
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Short Story - Chapter 1 (Reading a Story)
Fable
Parable
Tale
Tall Tale
A brief, often humorous narrative told to illustrate a moral.…
A brief, usually allegorical narrative that teaches a moral.…
A short narrative without a complex plot. Tales are an ancien…
A humorous short narrative that provides a wildly exaggerated…
Fable
A brief, often humorous narrative told to illustrate a moral.…
Parable
A brief, usually allegorical narrative that teaches a moral.…
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Chapter 1: Reading a Story
Modern literary fiction has two forms:
Define Fable:
Define Moral:
Define Parable:
Novel and short story
Brief narrative told to illustrate a moral. ... Animals often re…
A lesson derived from a story
Brief narrative that teaches a moral... Plot is plausibly realis…
Modern literary fiction has two forms:
Novel and short story
Define Fable:
Brief narrative told to illustrate a moral. ... Animals often re…
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Chapter 1: Reading A Story
protagonist
antagonist
exposition
complication
the main or central character in a narrative; the protagonist…
the most significant character or force that opposes the prot…
the opening portion of a narrative; in the exposition, the sc…
the introduction of a significant development in the central…
protagonist
the main or central character in a narrative; the protagonist…
antagonist
the most significant character or force that opposes the prot…
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Chapter 1: Reading a Story
Fable
Tale
Character Development/ No depth
Plot
Brief narrative that teaches a moral; often implicit and can…
narrative with complex plot; lacks character development; oft…
no physical description, names given,... you MUST infer what you…
what happened, what is happening, what will happen (sequence…
Fable
Brief narrative that teaches a moral; often implicit and can…
Tale
narrative with complex plot; lacks character development; oft…
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Chapter 1- Reading a Story
Fiction
Fable
Central intelligence
Moral
"a shaping, a counterfeiting"; stories not entire factual
a brief, often humorous narrative told to illustrate a moral;…
the character through whose sensibility and mind a story is t…
message; "haste makes waste"
Fiction
"a shaping, a counterfeiting"; stories not entire factual
Fable
a brief, often humorous narrative told to illustrate a moral;…
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chapter 1: Reading a Story
fable
parable
tale
tall tale
a brief, often humorous narrative told to illustrate a moral,…
a brief, usually allegorical narrative that teaches a moral,…
a short narrative without a complex plot, revelation of the m…
a humorous short narrative that provides a wildly exaggerated…
fable
a brief, often humorous narrative told to illustrate a moral,…
parable
a brief, usually allegorical narrative that teaches a moral,…
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Story Vocabulary Chapter 1
il y a
il lui dit
il regarde
il voulait avoir
there is / there are
he says/tells him/her
he looks at / watches
he wanted to have
il y a
there is / there are
il lui dit
he says/tells him/her
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Literature Chapter 1 - Reading a Story
Fable
Parable
Tall Tale
Fairy Tale, Folk Tale
A brief, often humorous narrative told to illustrate an Aesop…
A brief, usually allegorical narrative that teaches a moral.…
A humorous short narrative that provides a wildly exaggerated…
A traditional form of short narrative folklore, originally tr…
Fable
A brief, often humorous narrative told to illustrate an Aesop…
Parable
A brief, usually allegorical narrative that teaches a moral.…
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Chapter 1: Reading a Story Terms
Protagonist
Antagonist
Exposition
Complication
The main or central character in a narrative. This character…
The most specific character or force that opposes the protago…
The opening portion of a narrative. The scene is set, the pro…
The introduction of a significant development in the central…
Protagonist
The main or central character in a narrative. This character…
Antagonist
The most specific character or force that opposes the protago…
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Chapter 1 Gesture Story Vocabulary
まいにち
おきます
あさごはん
ひるごはん
every day
get up
breakfast
lunch
まいにち
every day
おきます
get up
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Reading Chapter 1 vocabulary
Imagery
Sensory details
Cycle
Dramatic
Descriptive language that creates word pictures for readers.
Details of sight, sound, taste, touch and smell that can help…
A set of events that happen again
Sudden or noticeable
Imagery
Descriptive language that creates word pictures for readers.
Sensory details
Details of sight, sound, taste, touch and smell that can help…
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Read This! Fascinating Stories from the Content Areas Chapter 1
deaf
hearing
infant
intelligence tests
deaf
hearing
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AP Lit Chapter 1 Notes: Reading the Story
Why read fiction?
Enjoyment Purposes
Understanding Purposes
Commercial Fiction
Enjoyment and understanding.
Simple stories can ease tension and stress.
Refines or expands our thinking.
The primary purpose is to entertain and to make money.
Why read fiction?
Enjoyment and understanding.
Enjoyment Purposes
Simple stories can ease tension and stress.
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AP Lit Chapter 1 Notes: Reading the Story
Why read fiction?
Enjoyment Purposes
Understanding Purposes
Commercial Fiction
Enjoyment and understanding.
Simple stories can ease tension and stress.
Refines or expands our thinking.
The primary purpose is to entertain and to make money.
Why read fiction?
Enjoyment and understanding.
Enjoyment Purposes
Simple stories can ease tension and stress.
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Read Stories and Learn Chinese Chapter 1
盘古
女娲
宇宙
鸡蛋
Pangu is the creator of the universe in Chinese mythology.
(nü wā) Chinese goddess
universe
egg
盘古
Pangu is the creator of the universe in Chinese mythology.
女娲
(nü wā) Chinese goddess
AP Lit Chapter 1 Notes: Reading the Story
Why read fiction?
Enjoyment Purposes
Understanding Purposes
Commercial Fiction
Enjoyment and understanding.
Simple stories can ease tension and stress.
Refines or expands our thinking.
The primary purpose is to entertain and to make money.
Why read fiction?
Enjoyment and understanding.
Enjoyment Purposes
Simple stories can ease tension and stress.
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Real Reading 1: Chapter 1 Vocabulary
relaxed
safe
body
land
(adjective) not worried or tense; free from stress
(adjective) not in danger
(noun) your physical parts, including your head, arms, and legs
(noun) an area of ground; not water
relaxed
(adjective) not worried or tense; free from stress
safe
(adjective) not in danger
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Level 1 Reading Chapter 1 Vocabulary
perhaps
suggestions
boss
balance
maybe
ideas or advice
person who is in charge at work
spend an even amount of time on things
perhaps
maybe
suggestions
ideas or advice
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26 Story Chapter 1
bumper car
rink
ramp
arena
범퍼자동차
링크
경사로
(원형) 경기장
bumper car
범퍼자동차
rink
링크
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The Church Our Story: Chapter 1 Directed Reading
What did the six newly baptized adults…
True/False: Faith and the Church shoul…
From a Catholic perspective, Christian…
Following Jesus' passion, death, and r…
I believe and profess all that the Holy Catholic Church belie…
False
a relationship with the Church, God is
salvation and fullness of life, Church
What did the six newly baptized adults…
I believe and profess all that the Holy Catholic Church belie…
True/False: Faith and the Church shoul…
False
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Energy story Chapter 1
transform
conduction
convection
radiation
change in form or shape or appearance
Energy is passed directly from one item to another. Metals ar…
The movement of gases or liquids from a cooler spot to a warm…
When the sun's rays travel in straight lines, it creates heat…
transform
change in form or shape or appearance
conduction
Energy is passed directly from one item to another. Metals ar…
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READ 041 Chapter 1 Vocabulary
Detriment
Dexterous
Discretion
Facetious
(n.) harm or loss; injury, damage; a disadvantage; a cause of…
(adj.) skillful in the use of hands or body; clever
good judgment
Treating serious issues with deliberately inappropriate humor
Detriment
(n.) harm or loss; injury, damage; a disadvantage; a cause of…
Dexterous
(adj.) skillful in the use of hands or body; clever
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Real Reading 3 - Chapter 1 Vocabulary
appeal (v)
catch up with (v)
celebrity (n)
distraction (n)
qualities that make someone like you
opportunity to talk with someone you haven't seen in awhile
someone who is famous
something that makes it difficult to think or pay attention
appeal (v)
qualities that make someone like you
catch up with (v)
opportunity to talk with someone you haven't seen in awhile
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Real Reading 4, Chapter 1 Vocabulary
catchy (adj)
consciousness (n)
device (n)
familiar (adj)
easy to remember
something in your mind
machine
person or thing that you know
catchy (adj)
easy to remember
consciousness (n)
something in your mind
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Real Reading 1: Chapter 1 Vocabulary
relaxed
safe
body
land
(adjective) not worried or tense; free from stress
(adjective) not in danger
(noun) your physical parts, including your head, arms, and legs
(noun) an area of ground; not water
relaxed
(adjective) not worried or tense; free from stress
safe
(adjective) not in danger
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Reading Chapter 1
all at once
patient
risks
gradually
at the same time
able to wait calmly for a long time
the possibility that something bad may happen
تدريجيا, تدريجيا, Slowly
all at once
at the same time
patient
able to wait calmly for a long time
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Jim reading chapter 1 vocabulary
deviate
peculiar
slogan
Tamil
To stray, wander
strange
a short, catchy phrase that conveys an important idea
Language spoken in southern India
deviate
To stray, wander
peculiar
strange
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Vocabulary to Study after Reading Chapter 1.1
Independent variable
Dependent variable
Constant
Control Group
Variable that the scientist changes
Variable that is measured
Factor that is kept the same in all trials
Group that does not receive the independent variable; used fo…
Independent variable
Variable that the scientist changes
Dependent variable
Variable that is measured
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Vocab chapter 1 Reading
Barrage
Bigot
Designate
Diversity
large outpouring of something
Don't like someone because they are different than you... Prejud…
point out - give a job
variety
Barrage
large outpouring of something
Bigot
Don't like someone because they are different than you... Prejud…
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Reading 1 Chapter 1 Vocabulary
Advantage
Body
Burn
Energy
Something that helps someone.
Main part of a person or animal.
To use as a fuel.
The physical or mental strength to do something.
Advantage
Something that helps someone.
Body
Main part of a person or animal.
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reading 1_the story of bikini_vocabulary
to test nuclear bomb
powerful
furthermore
therefore
Протестировать атомную бомбу
мощный
к тому же, кроме того; более того
по этой причине; вследствие этого; поэтому, следовательно
to test nuclear bomb
Протестировать атомную бомбу
powerful
мощный
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Reading 9 Chapter 1
ambivalent
adverse
incessant
dizziness
(adj) Having mixed or opposing feelings at the same time... "Ge…
(adj) Undesired, possibly harmful... "I had an adverse reaction…
(adj) Continuing without interruption... "The flow of the water…
(n) The feeling that you head is spinning around.... "After I r…
ambivalent
(adj) Having mixed or opposing feelings at the same time... "Ge…
adverse
(adj) Undesired, possibly harmful... "I had an adverse reaction…
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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - The Story of the Door Chapter 1 Vocabulary
friendship
inhabitants
courtyard
knocker
a friendly feeling or attitude : kindness or help given to so…
a person or animal that is a permanent resident of a particul…
a court open to the sky, esp. one enclosed on all four sides.
a hinged knob, bar, etc., on a door, to use for knocking.
friendship
a friendly feeling or attitude : kindness or help given to so…
inhabitants
a person or animal that is a permanent resident of a particul…
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Chapter 1-5 Reading Vocabulary
melancholy
inquisitive
parcels
hoax
sadness or depression of spirits
eager for knowledge, curious about everything
packages
an act intended to deceive or trick
melancholy
sadness or depression of spirits
inquisitive
eager for knowledge, curious about everything
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Reading Vocabulary Chapter 1-6
Affinity
Fledgling
Hackneyed
Incessant
A preference, liking, love
New, beginner, rookie
Worn Out, repetitve
Nonstop, continually, continuously
Affinity
A preference, liking, love
Fledgling
New, beginner, rookie
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Story 1: 5th Grade Reading Vocabulary
specialty
disturbing
collasped
squashing
A certain skill
interrupting
fallen down
pressing
specialty
A certain skill
disturbing
interrupting
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Reading 1 Vocabulary "The story of an Hour"
Self-assertion
Hastened
forestall
fancy
act of defending oneself (rights, claims, & opinions)
to move or act quickly
to prevent or delay
think & likes (imagination)
Self-assertion
act of defending oneself (rights, claims, & opinions)
Hastened
to move or act quickly
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Reading 54 vocabulary chapter 1
vicarious
facetious
optimum
detriment
experienced through the imagination: not experienced directly
humorous, playful joking
best possible; most favorable; most desirable
something that causes damage, harm, or loss
vicarious
experienced through the imagination: not experienced directly
facetious
humorous, playful joking
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Chapter 1 Reading Vocabulary
Affinity
Fledgling
Hackneyed
Incessant
A Preference, A natural attraction or liking
New, New and untried; inexperienced
Worn-out, Overused; stale; trite
Nonstop, Constant; withoutstopping
Affinity
A Preference, A natural attraction or liking
Fledgling
New, New and untried; inexperienced
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Reading vocabulary chapter 1-6
apall
cognizant
commiserate
expedient
shock disgust
aware, knowledge
comfort express
self , enjoyment
apall
shock disgust
cognizant
aware, knowledge
Reading Vocabulary Chapter 1
disturbing
interrupt
squashing
specialty
to intrude upon, bother
to do something that hinders and stops the action or conversa…
to beat or flatten into a pulp; crush
a special pursuit, occupation, talent, or skill
disturbing
to intrude upon, bother
interrupt
to do something that hinders and stops the action or conversa…
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Reading Vocabulary Chapter 1-6
Affinity
Fledgling
Hackneyed
Incessant
A preference
New
Repetitive
Nonstop
Affinity
A preference
Fledgling
New
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Chapter 1 Reading Vocabulary
principle
settlers
independence
Republic
idea, theory. the U.S. government is based on a number of imp…
people who arrive in a new place and live on the land
freedom
a government in which the head is a president , not king or q…
principle
idea, theory. the U.S. government is based on a number of imp…
settlers
people who arrive in a new place and live on the land
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Reading Vocabulary Chapter 1
Spurn (V)
To drop out (V)
To adopt (V)
Vow (N,V)
To refuse, to accept
Leave something before finish
Pick up, start to use
A serious promise
Spurn (V)
To refuse, to accept
To drop out (V)
Leave something before finish
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Reading Vocabulary Chapter 1
abominable
angle
athlete
calorie
(adj.) 1. offensive; 2. unpleasant
(n.) the space between two surfaces or lines that meet; (v.)…
(n.) a person trained or skilled in a sport
(n.) a unit used to measure the energy supplied by food
abominable
(adj.) 1. offensive; 2. unpleasant
angle
(n.) the space between two surfaces or lines that meet; (v.)…
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Reading Chapter 1 vocabulary
Imagery
Sensory details
Cycle
Dramatic
Descriptive language that creates word pictures for readers.
Details of sight, sound, taste, touch and smell that can help…
A set of events that happen again
Sudden or noticeable
Imagery
Descriptive language that creates word pictures for readers.
Sensory details
Details of sight, sound, taste, touch and smell that can help…
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Color Readings + RE2 Chapter 1 Vocabulary
represent
affect
consider
encourage
to be a sign of or to show something
to change or influence someone or something
to think about carefully
to convince or support
represent
to be a sign of or to show something
affect
to change or influence someone or something
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