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Reading and Writing Roots
LITTERA
SCRIBO, SCRIBERE, SCRIPSI, SCRIPTUM
ONOMA
NOMEN
"letter"
"to write"
"name"
"name"
LITTERA
"letter"
SCRIBO, SCRIBERE, SCRIPSI, SCRIPTUM
"to write"
Root Words Reading and Writing
conjoined
conjugate
conjunction
disjointed
joined together;combined;united
to join together or match a correct verb in grammar
a word that joins two phrases or sentences
not connected; having no flow in thinking
conjoined
joined together;combined;united
conjugate
to join together or match a correct verb in grammar
10 terms
roots for midterm (reading and writing)
CRED
NAT
claim
inter
Latin root- believe
Latin root- To BE BORN
Latin Root-declare
Latin Root-between, among
CRED
Latin root- believe
NAT
Latin root- To BE BORN
24 terms
DC 38: Roots- Reading and Writing
monogram
scribble
parallelogram
subscribe
A design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a n…
sloppy writing that is hard to read
a quadrilateral whose opposite sides are both parallel and eq…
To contract to receive and pay in advance for something
monogram
A design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a n…
scribble
sloppy writing that is hard to read
15 terms
Classical Roots - 6 (reading and writing)
epigram
epigraph
choreograpphy
graffiti
A short, witty saying
An inscription on a monument or building, on a coin, or at th…
The art of creating dances
Words or drawings scratched or scribbled on a wall
epigram
A short, witty saying
epigraph
An inscription on a monument or building, on a coin, or at th…
15 terms
Classical Roots 5: Reading and Writing
alliteration
literal
literate
obliterate
The occurrence of the same initial sound in several words in…
In accordance with the explicit or primary meaning of a word…
Able to read and write... Knowledgable; educated
To do away with completely; to wipe out; erase
alliteration
The occurrence of the same initial sound in several words in…
literal
In accordance with the explicit or primary meaning of a word…
27 terms
Root Group 8: Reading and Writing
BIBL
LIBR/LIBER
FAB
LEG
book
book
story
law
BIBL
book
LIBR/LIBER
book
Vocab Chapter 5 and 6: Reading and Writing: Roots
Littera
Scribo, Scribere, Scripsi, Scriptum
Onoma
Nomen
Latin... Letter
Latin... To write
Greek... Name
Latin... Name
Littera
Latin... Letter
Scribo, Scribere, Scripsi, Scriptum
Latin... To write
19 terms
Classic Roots- Lesson 5: Reading and Writing
LITERA
Alliteration
Literal
Literate
Latin "Letter"
n. The occurrence of the same initial sound in several words…
adj. 1. In accordance with the explicit or primary meaning of…
adj. 1. Able to read. 2. Knowledgeable; Educated.
LITERA
Latin "Letter"
Alliteration
n. The occurrence of the same initial sound in several words…
19 terms
Classic Roots- Lesson 6: Reading and Writing
GRAPHIEN
GRAMMA
Epigram
Epigraph
Greek "Scratch" "To draw"
Greek "Picture" "Letter"
n. A short, witty saying.
n. An inscription on a monument or building, on a coin, or at…
GRAPHIEN
Greek "Scratch" "To draw"
GRAMMA
Greek "Picture" "Letter"
20 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Reading, Writing, and Speaking
clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatum
dico, dicere, dixi, dictum
graphein
littera
to cry out, to shout
to say, to tell
to draw, to write
letter
clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatum
to cry out, to shout
dico, dicere, dixi, dictum
to say, to tell
18 terms
reading/writing
How do I figure out what a word means…
How do I support my claims when I write?
What is a context clue?
What is an argument (in reading and wr…
Look for clues in the text that give you hints about what the…
Use evidence like statistics and definitions.
It is words in the text that give enough hints about an unfam…
An argument is the main statement of a poem, an essay, a shor…
How do I figure out what a word means…
Look for clues in the text that give you hints about what the…
How do I support my claims when I write?
Use evidence like statistics and definitions.
38 terms
Classical Roots 5&6: Reading & Writing
Littera<L
Alliteration
Literal
Literate
Letter
n. The occurrence of the same initial sound in several words…
adj. 1.In accordance with the explicit or primary meaning of…
adj. 1. Able to read and write ... 2.Knowledgable; educated... n.…
Littera<L
Letter
Alliteration
n. The occurrence of the same initial sound in several words…
32 terms
Reading & Writing
Lateral Geniculate Nucleus
How We Read
Letter Recognition and Invariance
Local Combination Detector Model
Nucleus in thalamus - a relay station before visual cortex.
The eye is a poor scanner - foveal vision has restricted sens…
• Graphemic - visual word comprehension, letter strings encod…
Hierarchical coding of letter strings- a multi-level assembly…
Lateral Geniculate Nucleus
Nucleus in thalamus - a relay station before visual cortex.
How We Read
The eye is a poor scanner - foveal vision has restricted sens…
13 terms
Write it Down Roots (Reading Sem.)
Biblio/libr
Put
Graph
Gram
Book
Think
Write, record
Written, drawn
Biblio/libr
Book
Put
Think
266 terms
reading for writing
halted
red-line
impoverished
close-knit
stop
to refuse home mortgages to areas considered to be high risk;…
person: poor ( empobrecido)
family, community: close; estrechamente unido
halted
stop
red-line
to refuse home mortgages to areas considered to be high risk;…
Lesson 6 Vocabulary Reading and Writing (Roots and Words)
Graphein
Gramma
epigram
epigraph
"scratch," "to draw," "to write"
"picture," "letter," "piece of writing"
a short, witty saying
an inscription on a monument or building, on a coin, or at th…
Graphein
"scratch," "to draw," "to write"
Gramma
"picture," "letter," "piece of writing"
15 terms
Reading and writing
حزين
عصبي
فار
جلست
sad
mad
rat
sat
حزين
sad
عصبي
mad
reading/writing
perseverance
contemplating
decrepit
impending
steady persistence in a course of action, a purpose, a state,…
to consider thoroughly; think fully or deeply about:
worn out by long use; dilapidated:
about to happen; imminent:
perseverance
steady persistence in a course of action, a purpose, a state,…
contemplating
to consider thoroughly; think fully or deeply about:
Reading and writing - Main Idea
Topic or Subject
Main Idea
Supporting Details
Summarizing
the topic or subject of a passage is what the passage is abou…
--the most important idea, the big idea, the central idea abo…
information or facts that support or add more to the main idea.
Retelling the main ideas of a text in your own words.
Topic or Subject
the topic or subject of a passage is what the passage is abou…
Main Idea
--the most important idea, the big idea, the central idea abo…
Reading and Writing
compare and contrast
Compare
Contrast
Informative or expository
...
The ways in which two things are alike. (nonfiction) ... Words:…
The ways in which two things are different. (nonfiction)... Word…
To educate (to teach) and enlighten the reader (nonfiction)…
compare and contrast
...
Compare
The ways in which two things are alike. (nonfiction) ... Words:…
Writing/Reading
voice
audience
irony
foreshadowing
the way a writer uses language to show his or her unique pers…
person or group who the author hopes will read the writing. C…
discrepancy between what is said and what is meant, or betwee…
some suggestions within the text or story that give the reade…
voice
the way a writer uses language to show his or her unique pers…
audience
person or group who the author hopes will read the writing. C…
12 terms
Reading and Writing Strategies
visualize
ask questions
ideas
word choice
When a reader tries to picture the story in her mind as she r…
When a reader pretends to be a reporter, he is using a strate…
When you "show" instead of "tell" you will improve the ______…
Making sure you use specific vocabulary when writing will imp…
visualize
When a reader tries to picture the story in her mind as she r…
ask questions
When a reader pretends to be a reporter, he is using a strate…
Reading and writing
Endure
Infamous
Hospitable
Indifferent
To be in a difficult or painful situation for a long time wit…
Well known for being bad or evil
friendly, welcoming and generous to visitors
Not at all interested in someone or something
Endure
To be in a difficult or painful situation for a long time wit…
Infamous
Well known for being bad or evil
Reading and writing
triangle
prohibit
dreadful
estimate
Its shape and there are 3 angles in it ,it usually used in th…
You can't do something by law
Very bad or terrible
Like judgement something
triangle
Its shape and there are 3 angles in it ,it usually used in th…
prohibit
You can't do something by law
18 terms
Reading Writing Vocabulary
Rhythm
solemn
jeer
superstitions
A strong, regular, repeated pattern of movement or sound. syn…
Not cheerful or smiling; serious; gloomy
(v.) to make fun of rudely or unkindly; (n.) a rude remark of…
Beliefs not base on reason
Rhythm
A strong, regular, repeated pattern of movement or sound. syn…
solemn
Not cheerful or smiling; serious; gloomy
38 terms
Lesson #6: Reading, Writing, Speaking - Greek and Latin roots
Clamo
Clamare
Clamavi
Clamatum
to cry out, to shout
to cry out, to shout
to cry out, to shout
to cry out, to shout
Clamo
to cry out, to shout
Clamare
to cry out, to shout
Reading and Writing-Unit 6
natural
pretend
honest
nervous
(adj) not man made
(v) to act like
(adj) truthful
(adj) not calm or relaxed
natural
(adj) not man made
pretend
(v) to act like
Reading and Writing
Stages in Development of Writing Skills
Developmental Stages of Spelling
Homophones
Stages of the Writing Process
Readiness (scribbling, interest in writing, enjoying stories)…
Pre-phonemic spelling (know that letters stand for a message)…
I, eye... Bear, bare
Prewriting ... Drafting... Revising and Editing (most important ste…
Stages in Development of Writing Skills
Readiness (scribbling, interest in writing, enjoying stories)…
Developmental Stages of Spelling
Pre-phonemic spelling (know that letters stand for a message)…
Reading/writing Test
Narrative language
Figurative language
Persuasive writing
comparative writing
Language that has to do with retelling event
Language that cannot be taken literally since it was written…
writing that attempts to convince the reader or listener to a…
compare similarities
Narrative language
Language that has to do with retelling event
Figurative language
Language that cannot be taken literally since it was written…
7 terms
Reading and Writing 1 Unit 3 Reading 2
benefits (n)
positive (adj)
attitude (n)
connect (v)
good results
good
a way of thinking
feel close to
benefits (n)
good results
positive (adj)
good
Reading and Writing
ascends
barks
night
bracing
to move upward, to arrange from smallest to largest... During ex…
latrat
night
invigorating; to prepare.
ascends
to move upward, to arrange from smallest to largest... During ex…
barks
latrat
7 terms
Reading and Writing 1 Unit 3 Reading 1
likely (adv.)
produce (v.)
compete (v.)
employees (v.)
probably
to make or grow something
to try to do something better than someone else
people who work for someone else
likely (adv.)
probably
produce (v.)
to make or grow something
804 terms
reading and writing
attitude
brevity
chore
display
the way that you think and feel about sb/sth; the way that yo…
The quality of using few words when speaking or writing
A task that you do regularly
To put sth in a place where people can see it easily; to show…
attitude
the way that you think and feel about sb/sth; the way that yo…
brevity
The quality of using few words when speaking or writing
14 terms
Reading and Writing
кни́га
газéта
учéбник
журнáл
Book
Newspaper
Textbook
Magazine
кни́га
Book
газéта
Newspaper
Reading and Writing
acceptable
anti-American
assume
attitudes
able to be received the way it is; worthy; satisfactory
opposed or hostile to the people or the government policies o…
to take for granted; to suppose
Patterns of feelings and beliefs about other people, ideas, o…
acceptable
able to be received the way it is; worthy; satisfactory
anti-American
opposed or hostile to the people or the government policies o…
Reading and writing
Main Idea
Theme
Fiction
Non Fiction
tells what the story is mostly about
the moral message or lesson of a story
a "story" purpose is to entertain
"facts" purpose is to inform
Main Idea
tells what the story is mostly about
Theme
the moral message or lesson of a story
Classical Roots Unit 1: Lesson 5 (reading and writing)
littera
scribo
onoma
nomen
letter (latin)
to write (greek)
name (greek)
name (latin)
littera
letter (latin)
scribo
to write (greek)
15 terms
Read and Write
revoke
irrevocable
provoke
vociferous
take away
unchangeable damage
annoy, insight
LOUD
revoke
take away
irrevocable
unchangeable damage
Reading/Writing 2nd grade
Complete Sentence
Exclamation Point
Question Mark
Punctuation Mark
group of words that expresses a complete thought and contains…
This is used after a word or words that have special emphasis…
Punctuation Mark that finishes a question
Symbol used at the end of a sentence
Complete Sentence
group of words that expresses a complete thought and contains…
Exclamation Point
This is used after a word or words that have special emphasis…
57 terms
Praxis Reading and Writing
emergent literacy
concept of print
letter knowledge
logographic foundation
language development that occurs before a child can even read…
the awareness that written letters have sounds and that they…
basic knowledge of the alphabet and what sounds each letter m…
the reading of sight words, which involves the use of visual…
emergent literacy
language development that occurs before a child can even read…
concept of print
the awareness that written letters have sounds and that they…
33 terms
Reading and Writing Skills
PREPARE
WHAT
controlling idea (thesis)
denotation (denotative meaning)
1. Peer at the title. Think of what if might mean. ... 2. Rechec…
1. What is the question asking of me?... 2. How do I know that?…
The central focus or key point around which a story or essay…
The dictionary definition of a word or phrase
PREPARE
1. Peer at the title. Think of what if might mean. ... 2. Rechec…
WHAT
1. What is the question asking of me?... 2. How do I know that?…
23 terms
Informational Reading and Writing Terms
introduction
conclusion
body
formal style
the beginning paragraph of your writing that gets the readers…
An ending that wraps of a piece of writing and restates the m…
The main text of a piece of writing.
The language you use to show respect or be serious
introduction
the beginning paragraph of your writing that gets the readers…
conclusion
An ending that wraps of a piece of writing and restates the m…
5 terms
Reading and writing - Main Idea
Topic or Subject
Main Idea
Supporting Details
Summarizing
the topic or subject of a passage is what the passage is abou…
--the most important idea, the big idea, the central idea abo…
information or facts that support or add more to the main idea.
Retelling the main ideas of a text in your own words.
Topic or Subject
the topic or subject of a passage is what the passage is abou…
Main Idea
--the most important idea, the big idea, the central idea abo…
10 terms
Reading/Writing
Analyze
Appropriate
Audience
Claim
A close examination of all of the components of the text or q…
Suitable for a particular purpose or topic
The people who will read, watch or listen to your work
An arguable statement that requires proof
Analyze
A close examination of all of the components of the text or q…
Appropriate
Suitable for a particular purpose or topic
13 terms
Reading & Writing
at the side of
across
in front of
past
сбоку
через
перед
мимо
at the side of
сбоку
across
через
15 terms
Reading & Writing
path
fence
signpost
flask
тропинка
забор, ограда
дорожный указатель
фляжка
path
тропинка
fence
забор, ограда
Reading & Writing - Unit 8
assist (v.)
capable (adj.)
compile (v.)
document (n.)
to help someone do something
to have the skills or ability to do something
to produce something by collecting and putting together many…
a written, printed, or electronic text that provides informat…
assist (v.)
to help someone do something
capable (adj.)
to have the skills or ability to do something
Reading & Writing Unit 10
advise (v.)
mode (n.)
assume (v.)
prioritize (v.)
to tell someone what you think they should do
refers to the way or manner in which something occurs or is d…
to believe something is true without proof
to treat something as more important than other things
advise (v.)
to tell someone what you think they should do
mode (n.)
refers to the way or manner in which something occurs or is d…
Reading & Writing Unit 9
acquire (v.)
furthermore (adv.)
anticipate (v.)
linguistic (adj.)
to learn or gain something
used to introduce another piece of information or idea.
to realize in advance that an event will happen and to prepar…
relates to languages and the way they are used
acquire (v.)
to learn or gain something
furthermore (adv.)
used to introduce another piece of information or idea.
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