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19 terms
Orchard hill school (language art 8 "English Language Development")
plain
canyon
glacier
valley
A nearly flat area.
A deep, narrow valley with steep walls.
A large are of slow moving ice.
An area of low land between hills or mountains.
plain
A nearly flat area.
canyon
A deep, narrow valley with steep walls.
18 terms
School Language (English/Chinese)
Hello
How are you?
I am fine.
Thank you
你好
你好吗
我很好
谢谢
Hello
你好
How are you?
你好吗
26 terms
Unit 8 Language 8 in school
book
exercise book
workbook
textbook
Buch
Heft
Arbeitsheft
Textbuch
book
Buch
exercise book
Heft
28 terms
Middle School English Language Idioms
to hit the books
to break the ice
an ice-breaker
to give ( someone) the cold shoulder
to study very hard
to say or do something to help... people relax and talk to each…
an activity that helps strangers... relax and get to know each o…
to give unfriendly treatment to... someone you know
to hit the books
to study very hard
to break the ice
to say or do something to help... people relax and talk to each…
17 terms
Middle School - English Language Idioms
to put all one's eggs in one basket
the bottom of the barrel
nothing to write home about
by the book
to rely on only one option... for success
someone or something... of the lowest quality
not very interesting or appealing
by following the rules... very strictly
to put all one's eggs in one basket
to rely on only one option... for success
the bottom of the barrel
someone or something... of the lowest quality
27 terms
Middle School English, Language Arts (0049)
Simile
metaphor
A quatrain
tetrameter
Comparison of two objects using the words "like" or "as"
an implied comparison between two things by directly identify…
a stanza of four lines ... usually with an AABB, ABAB, or ABC…
a verse line having four metrical feet
Simile
Comparison of two objects using the words "like" or "as"
metaphor
an implied comparison between two things by directly identify…
58 terms
Praxis II Middle School English/language arts- Language and Linguistics
Single Subject, single predicate
compound subject, single predicate
compound subject, compound predicate
independent clause with two phrases.
My dog growls.
My dog and my cat growl.
My dog and my cat growl and appear agitated.
I must have vicious pets from the pound in my town.
Single Subject, single predicate
My dog growls.
compound subject, single predicate
My dog and my cat growl.
28 terms
Middle School - English Language Idioms (January)
to hit the books
to break the ice
an ice-breaker
to give ( someone) the cold shoulder
to study very hard
to say or do something to help... people relax and talk to each…
an activity that helps strangers... relax and get to know each o…
to give unfriendly treatment to... someone you know
to hit the books
to study very hard
to break the ice
to say or do something to help... people relax and talk to each…
17 terms
Middle School - English Language Idioms (December)
a fish out of water
to take it easy
to burn the candle at both ends
music to my ears
someone who feels out of place
to relax; to calm down
to try to do more than you have time to do successfully
good news
a fish out of water
someone who feels out of place
to take it easy
to relax; to calm down
17 terms
Middle School - English Language Idioms (December)
a fish out of water
to take it easy
to burn the candle at both ends
music to my ears
someone who feels out of place
to relax; to calm down
to try to do more than you have time to do successfully
good news
a fish out of water
someone who feels out of place
to take it easy
to relax; to calm down
Middle School - English Language Idioms (May)
to throw someone... under the bus
to throw someone... to the wolves
to throw something together
to throw people together
to sacrifice or betray (someone) ... who doesn't deserve it
to leave someone unprotected... from danger or an attack
to put make or do something in... a hurried and/or careless way
to bring (people) together in a... casual and/or unusual way
to throw someone... under the bus
to sacrifice or betray (someone) ... who doesn't deserve it
to throw someone... to the wolves
to leave someone unprotected... from danger or an attack
Middle School - English Language Idioms (January)
to hit the books
to break the ice
an ice-breaker
to give ( someone) the cold shoulder
to study very hard
to say or do something to help... people relax and talk to each…
an activity that helps strangers... relax and get to know each o…
to give unfriendly treatment to... someone you know
to hit the books
to study very hard
to break the ice
to say or do something to help... people relax and talk to each…
17 terms
Middle School - English Language Idioms (May)
to throw someone... under the bus
to throw someone... to the wolves
to throw something together
to throw people together
to sacrifice or betray (someone) ... who doesn't deserve it
to leave someone unprotected... from danger or an attack
to put make or do something in... a hurried and/or careless way
to bring (people) together in a... casual and/or unusual way
to throw someone... under the bus
to sacrifice or betray (someone) ... who doesn't deserve it
to throw someone... to the wolves
to leave someone unprotected... from danger or an attack
57 terms
Chapter 8 - School-Age Language
4 skills needed to become a proficient…
What skill needed to become a proficie…
___ is the best predictor of spelling…
Why are phonological awareness skills…
1. Phonological awareness skills... 2. Ability to visually store…
Phonological awareness skills
Phonological awareness
allows a student to segment words into phonemes
4 skills needed to become a proficient…
1. Phonological awareness skills... 2. Ability to visually store…
What skill needed to become a proficie…
Phonological awareness skills
12 terms
Middle School - English Language Idioms (October)
on the right track
on the same page
warm-up
like clockwork
thinking almost correctly or doing something that will lead t…
in agreement, thinking the same way
an activity done at the beginning of class to get students re…
happening regularly or consistently, predictable
on the right track
thinking almost correctly or doing something that will lead t…
on the same page
in agreement, thinking the same way
35 terms
Middle School English Language Arts Test 5047 Language Use and Vocabulary
grammar
usage
syntax
writing mechanics
In a language, a system of rules that enables us to communica…
This is the way words and phrases are utilized correctly in w…
Sentence structure
the conventions of print that do not exist in oral language,…
grammar
In a language, a system of rules that enables us to communica…
usage
This is the way words and phrases are utilized correctly in w…
Week 8 - English School
ES basics
Leading ES Practitioners
ES and Realism
Order in ES
- ES is often regarded as a variant of neorealism... - but diffe…
- Hedley Bull... - Martin Wight... - Adam Watson... - R.J. Vincent
- accepts and shares many premises of neorealism... - the import…
- High degree of order in the international system... - even thr…
ES basics
- ES is often regarded as a variant of neorealism... - but diffe…
Leading ES Practitioners
- Hedley Bull... - Martin Wight... - Adam Watson... - R.J. Vincent
32 terms
Middle school English 8
singular
plural verb
verb agrees with closer subject
intervening phrases
verbs ending in -s are what
two subjects joined by and = what
two subjects joined by or\nor = what
negative phrases or prepositional phrases
singular
verbs ending in -s are what
plural verb
two subjects joined by and = what
10 terms
English Language Development 8
Apathetic
Chronicler
Dirge
Felicitous
Uninterested
Person who records historical information
Mournful song
Well chosen/apt
Apathetic
Uninterested
Chronicler
Person who records historical information
53 terms
Les fournitures scolaires-School Supplies World Languages 8
Les fournitures scolaires
La salle de classe
Le sac à dos
La table
School supplies
Classroom
Backpack
Table
Les fournitures scolaires
School supplies
La salle de classe
Classroom
20 terms
AP English Language #8
emaciated
surge
tranquil
sanctuary
abnormally thin, wasted away
to rush suddenly
quiet
shelter
emaciated
abnormally thin, wasted away
surge
to rush suddenly
58 terms
Praxis II Middle School English/language arts- Language and Linguistics
Single Subject, single predicate
compound subject, single predicate
compound subject, compound predicate
independent clause with two phrases.
My dog growls.
My dog and my cat growl.
My dog and my cat growl and appear agitated.
I must have vicious pets from the pound in my town.
Single Subject, single predicate
My dog growls.
compound subject, single predicate
My dog and my cat growl.
22 terms
Middle School English Language Arts 5047 Poetry
poetic devices
rhyme scheme
rhythm
STANZAS
Alliteration, Personification, Simile, Assonance, Onomatopoei…
A pattern of end rhymes that occurs consistently throughout a…
Definition: A musical quality produced by the repetition of s…
Stanzas are a series of lines grouped together and separated…
poetic devices
Alliteration, Personification, Simile, Assonance, Onomatopoei…
rhyme scheme
A pattern of end rhymes that occurs consistently throughout a…
58 terms
Praxis II Middle School English/language arts- Language and Linguistics
Single Subject, single predicate
compound subject, single predicate
compound subject, compound predicate
independent clause with two phrases.
My dog growls.
My dog and my cat growl.
My dog and my cat growl and appear agitated.
I must have vicious pets from the pound in my town.
Single Subject, single predicate
My dog growls.
compound subject, single predicate
My dog and my cat growl.
58 terms
Praxis II Middle School English/language arts- Language and Linguistics
Single Subject, single predicate
compound subject, single predicate
compound subject, compound predicate
independent clause with two phrases.
My dog growls.
My dog and my cat growl.
My dog and my cat growl and appear agitated.
I must have vicious pets from the pound in my town.
Single Subject, single predicate
My dog growls.
compound subject, single predicate
My dog and my cat growl.
36 terms
Middle School English Language Arts Test 5047 Language Use and Vocabulary
In a language, a system of rules that…
This is the way words and phrases are…
Sentence structure
the conventions of print that do not e…
grammar
usage... Usage
syntax... Syntax
writing mechanics
In a language, a system of rules that…
grammar
This is the way words and phrases are…
usage... Usage
9 terms
Figurative Language English 8
Imagery
Metaphor
Personification
Simile
words or phrases that create images in the reader's mind and…
a figure of speech that makes a comparison between two things…
a figure of speech in which something nonhuman is given human…
a comparison made between two things through the use of a spe…
Imagery
words or phrases that create images in the reader's mind and…
Metaphor
a figure of speech that makes a comparison between two things…
10 terms
English 8- Figurative Language
Vignette
Figurative Language
Simile
Metaphor
-A short piece of personal narrative writing that paints a pi…
-language that goes beyond the literal meaning... -language that…
-A comparison of two unlike things "like," "as," or "as if"
-A direct comparison of two unlike things (this=that)
Vignette
-A short piece of personal narrative writing that paints a pi…
Figurative Language
-language that goes beyond the literal meaning... -language that…
69 terms
Chapter 8 Rhea: School Aged Language
What is meant by "developing language"…
What language characteristics are seen…
What does IDEA legislation require in…
How can parents be involved in the ass…
It is referring to those children whose language functions in…
MLU of more than two but and usually does not exceed 5 morphe…
Family participates in the evaluation and intervention proces…
Gathering information about the child.... Address anxieties and/…
What is meant by "developing language"…
It is referring to those children whose language functions in…
What language characteristics are seen…
MLU of more than two but and usually does not exceed 5 morphe…
11 terms
English 8 Figurative language
Alliteration
Allusion
Flashback
Foreshadowing
Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning or within words
A reference to another literary work
A scene showing events that happened in the past which to the…
Hints a writer gives as to what will happen later in the story
Alliteration
Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning or within words
Allusion
A reference to another literary work
58 terms
Praxis II Middle School English/language arts- Language and Linguistics
Single Subject, single predicate
compound subject, single predicate
compound subject, compound predicate
independent clause with two phrases.
My dog growls.
My dog and my cat growl.
My dog and my cat growl and appear agitated.
I must have vicious pets from the pound in my town.
Single Subject, single predicate
My dog growls.
compound subject, single predicate
My dog and my cat growl.
58 terms
Praxis II Middle School English/language arts- Language and Linguistics
Single Subject, single predicate
compound subject, single predicate
compound subject, compound predicate
independent clause with two phrases.
My dog growls.
My dog and my cat growl.
My dog and my cat growl and appear agitated.
I must have vicious pets from the pound in my town.
Single Subject, single predicate
My dog growls.
compound subject, single predicate
My dog and my cat growl.
35 terms
Middle School English Language Arts Test 5047 Language Use and Vocabulary
grammar
usage
syntax
writing mechanics
In a language, a system of rules that enables us to communica…
This is the way words and phrases are utilized correctly in w…
Sentence structure
the conventions of print that do not exist in oral language,…
grammar
In a language, a system of rules that enables us to communica…
usage
This is the way words and phrases are utilized correctly in w…
11 terms
Language power English 8
Simple sentence
Is it simple or in natural order?... He w…
Is it simple or in natural order?... When…
Declarative sentence
Subject+Predicate
Simple order
Natural order
Makes a statement and is followed by a period
Simple sentence
Subject+Predicate
Is it simple or in natural order?... He w…
Simple order
66 terms
AP English Language Vocabulary - 8/10
Ad Hominem Argument
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Attacks the opposing speaker or another person rather than ad…
Fictional work in which the characters represent ideas or con…
The repetition of consonant sounds, usually at the beginning…
A reference, usually oblique or faint, to another thing, idea…
Ad Hominem Argument
Attacks the opposing speaker or another person rather than ad…
Allegory
Fictional work in which the characters represent ideas or con…
145 terms
Praxis II: Middle School Content Knowledge English Language Arts
Expository Text
Narrative Text
Autobiography
Biography
Includes references or resource works, textbooks, and informa…
Literature that may be used in subjects but is often for plea…
About an author's own personal life
About someone's life written by another person
Expository Text
Includes references or resource works, textbooks, and informa…
Narrative Text
Literature that may be used in subjects but is often for plea…
111 terms
Praxis 2 Middle School English Language Arts 5047
SIOP Model
7 Strategies of Highly Effective Readers
Activating
Inferring
Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol. Has 30 components…
Activating, Inferring, Monitoring-Clarifying, Questioning, Se…
What they already know about a topic.
Putting together what is said and what is implied.
SIOP Model
Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol. Has 30 components…
7 Strategies of Highly Effective Readers
Activating, Inferring, Monitoring-Clarifying, Questioning, Se…
21 terms
Praxis 2 Middle School English, Language Arts (0049)
A quatrain
tetrameter
trimeter
ballad stanza
a stanza of four lines ... usually with an AABB, ABAB, or ABC…
a verse line having four metrical feet
a poetic line with 3 feet
alternating lines of tetrameter and trimeter
A quatrain
a stanza of four lines ... usually with an AABB, ABAB, or ABC…
tetrameter
a verse line having four metrical feet
10 terms
Intro to High School English: Vocabulary Lesson #8
Denounce
Depict
Depreciate
Devout
To condemn
To give a picture of; to describe
to reduce in price or value
deeply religious
Denounce
To condemn
Depict
To give a picture of; to describe
114 terms
The Pennington School.AP English Language and Composition.Full List
abstract
ad hominem
allegory
alliteration
(n.) An abbreviated synopsis of a longer work of scholarship…
Directed to or appealing to feelings or prejudices instead of…
A complete story in which a second meaning is to be read bene…
The repetition of one or more initial consonants in a group o…
abstract
(n.) An abbreviated synopsis of a longer work of scholarship…
ad hominem
Directed to or appealing to feelings or prejudices instead of…
191 terms
Praxis II: Middle School Content Knowledge English Language Arts
Expository Text
Narrative Text
Autobiography
Biography
Includes references or resource works, textbooks, and informa…
Literature that may be used in subjects but is often for plea…
About an author's own personal life
About someone's life written by another person
Expository Text
Includes references or resource works, textbooks, and informa…
Narrative Text
Literature that may be used in subjects but is often for plea…
27 terms
Praxis II Middle School English, Language Arts (0049)
Simile
metaphor
A quatrain
tetrameter
Comparison of two objects using the words "like" or "as"
an implied comparison between two things by directly identify…
a stanza of four lines ... usually with an AABB, ABAB, or ABCB…
a verse line having four metrical feet
Simile
Comparison of two objects using the words "like" or "as"
metaphor
an implied comparison between two things by directly identify…
16 terms
Drama Terms- Edwardsburg Middle School- English 8
playwright
script
act
scenes
the author of a play
the written form of a play
the units of the action in a drama
acts are often divided into parts
playwright
the author of a play
script
the written form of a play
33 terms
English Language Set 8
Homily
Antithesis
Invective
Caricature
serious lecture, including a sermon or advice
the opposition or contrast of ideas; the exact opposite
Emotionally violent attack using abusive language
Description that exaggerates or distorts features for comic e…
Homily
serious lecture, including a sermon or advice
Antithesis
the opposition or contrast of ideas; the exact opposite
27 terms
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
114 terms
The Pennington School.AP English Language and Composition.FULL LIST
abstract
active voice
ad hominem
allegory
(n.) An abbreviated synopsis of a longer work of scholarship…
(refers to the use of verbs) A verb is in this when it expres…
Directed to or appealing to feelings or prejudices instead of…
A complete story in which a second meaning is to be read bene…
abstract
(n.) An abbreviated synopsis of a longer work of scholarship…
active voice
(refers to the use of verbs) A verb is in this when it expres…
45 terms
Discover English 1 unit 8 School
art
computer studies
English
French
plastyka
informatyka
angielski
francuski
art
plastyka
computer studies
informatyka
41 terms
People, countries, and Languages/ School life Characters-English
中国
美国
日本
加拿大
China
America
Japan
Canada
中国
China
美国
America
41 terms
People, countries, and Languages/ School life English-Pinyin
China
America
Japan
Canada
Zhōngguó
Měiguó
Rìběn
Jiānádà
China
Zhōngguó
America
Měiguó
59 terms
Praxis II: Middle School English Language Arts (5047)
malapropism
sonnet
historical fiction
Ballad
an act or habit of misusing words ridiculously, especially by…
a poem, properly expressive of a single, complete thought, id…
the genre of literature, film, etc., comprising narratives th…
any light, simple song, especially one of sentimental or roma…
malapropism
an act or habit of misusing words ridiculously, especially by…
sonnet
a poem, properly expressive of a single, complete thought, id…
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