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SAT/ACT Bingo Vocabulary
abdicate
abridge
acquiescent
adament
to give up
to shorten
to agree
unyielding, stubborn
abdicate
to give up
abridge
to shorten
SAT Bingo Vocabulary
apathy
obscure
revere
innovation
Having a lack of interest or feeling.
When something is hard to understand or unclear.
To hold in high esteem.
Having a new idea or new way of looking at something.
apathy
Having a lack of interest or feeling.
obscure
When something is hard to understand or unclear.
SAT Vocabulary Workshop 1
abbreviate
abrasive
abridge
absolve
to shorten
rough
to shorten
to free from guilt
abbreviate
to shorten
abrasive
rough
reading and writing workshop vocabulary
reading workshop
writing workshop
mini lesson
teaching point
-Mini lesson focused on reading... -connection, teaching point,…
-Mini lesson focused on writing... -connection, teaching point,…
Mini lesson... -Contains the elements of connection, teaching po…
The major point of your lesson. This can be as you are teachi…
reading workshop
-Mini lesson focused on reading... -connection, teaching point,…
writing workshop
-Mini lesson focused on writing... -connection, teaching point,…
10 terms
Reading Workshop Vocabulary List 7
consummate
contravene
convivial
convoluted
to bring something, such as a business deal, to a conclusion…
to disagree with or oppose a decision or statement
enjoyable because of friendliness and amicability; festive an…
too complex or intriciate to understand easily; complicated w…
consummate
to bring something, such as a business deal, to a conclusion…
contravene
to disagree with or oppose a decision or statement
25 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Unit 4 and SAT
alliance
bewilder
buffoon
controversial
a joining together for some common purpose
to puzzle completely, confuse
a clown; a coarse, stupid person
arousing argument, dispute, or disagreement
alliance
a joining together for some common purpose
bewilder
to puzzle completely, confuse
SAT Reading: 64 Passage-reading Vocabulary
aesthetic
allusion
ambivalent
anecdote
relating to beauty, artistic
an indirect reference
uncertain; having mixed feelings
a short account of an interesting or humorous incident
aesthetic
relating to beauty, artistic
allusion
an indirect reference
26 terms
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary for SAT
aesthetic
allusion
ambivalent
ancedote
concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something…
a short amusing or interesting story about a real incident or…
aesthetic
concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty
allusion
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
Reading Workshop Vocabulary
Fluency
Phonemic Awareness
Word Analysis
Vocabulary
Using written letters in an alphabet to represent meaningful…
knowledge of basic sounds
knowledge of connection between written letters or letter com…
Individual words whose meanings a person knows and understands
Fluency
Using written letters in an alphabet to represent meaningful…
Phonemic Awareness
knowledge of basic sounds
SAT Vocabulary Workshop List
Adulterate
Ambidextrous
Augment
Bereft
To make impure
The ability to preform with both hands well
Increase
deprived
Adulterate
To make impure
Ambidextrous
The ability to preform with both hands well
16 terms
Reading Workshop Vocabulary
challenging
expert
feature
immense
something that takes hard work or skill, opposite of easy
someone with a lot of knowledge or skill in something
an important part of something
very large or huge
challenging
something that takes hard work or skill, opposite of easy
expert
someone with a lot of knowledge or skill in something
30 terms
Reading Workshop Vocabulary
blurb
fiction
nonfiction
genre
a description of a book that appears on the jacket, back cove…
A story that is not true or is made up
prose writing that is based on facts, real events, and real p…
A category or type of literature (or of art, music, etc.) cha…
blurb
a description of a book that appears on the jacket, back cove…
fiction
A story that is not true or is made up
Vocabulary SAT Reading Set 2
essential
avoidances
brusquely
innocent
absolutely necessary; extremely important
the action of keeping away from or not doing something
abruptly
not guilty of a crime or offence:
essential
absolutely necessary; extremely important
avoidances
the action of keeping away from or not doing something
Reading: Vocabulary Workshop
Withdraw
Accomplish
Apparent
Capacity
To pull out or remove; to move back or away,retreat
To do,make happen,succeed in,carry through
Open to view; easy to understand;seeming to be true or real
The amount of space that can be filled;ability or skill;offic…
Withdraw
To pull out or remove; to move back or away,retreat
Accomplish
To do,make happen,succeed in,carry through
25 terms
Reading and Writing Workshop Vocabulary
Breeze
Monstrous
Cesspits
Glossy
a slight wind (n.)
abnormally large (adj.)
a pit for receiving wastes, as sewege, or other refuse. (n.)
reflecting light (adj.)
Breeze
a slight wind (n.)
Monstrous
abnormally large (adj.)
28 terms
Read180: Workshop 1 Vocabulary
influence
communicate
immigrant
policy
to change or affect something
to share information
a person who moves from one country to another
a rule
influence
to change or affect something
communicate
to share information
Alchemist Vocabulary - Reading Workshop
Omen
Immerse
Agitate
Contemplate
A sign of future good or evil
To dip or submerge in a liquid
To bother someone, to annoy or make them nervous
Thinking, pondering
Omen
A sign of future good or evil
Immerse
To dip or submerge in a liquid
SAT Vocabulary Workshop Level F Unit 5
amnesty
autonomy
axiomatic
blazon
(n.) a general pardon for an offense against a government; in…
(n.) self-government, political control... SYNONYM: home rule
(adj.) self-evident, expressing a universally accepted princi…
(v.) to adorn or embellish; to display conspicuously; to publ…
amnesty
(n.) a general pardon for an offense against a government; in…
autonomy
(n.) self-government, political control... SYNONYM: home rule
18 terms
Reading Workshop 3 vocabulary
Moral terror
Butler
Reckless
Interlude
Extreme fear,as if afraid of immediate death.
Male household servant.
Not caring about possible danger.
Period of times between two times.
Moral terror
Extreme fear,as if afraid of immediate death.
Butler
Male household servant.
SAT Reading: Tone / Attitude Vocabulary
apathetic
contemptuous
didactic
disdainful
showing or feeling no interest, enthusiasm, or concern
scornful, looking down at others with a sneering attitude
intended to teach or instruct
showing contempt or lack of respect
apathetic
showing or feeling no interest, enthusiasm, or concern
contemptuous
scornful, looking down at others with a sneering attitude
10 terms
Reading and Writing Workshop Vocabulary
accentuate
alliteration
analogy
antibody
To give prominence to or emphasis.
The repetition of the same sounds, usually consonants, especi…
Similarity in some respects between things that are otherwise…
A protein produced in the blood or tissues in response to the…
accentuate
To give prominence to or emphasis.
alliteration
The repetition of the same sounds, usually consonants, especi…
SAT Vocabulary Workshop List #1
Adulterate
Ambidextrous
Augment
Bereft
To make impure; to corrupt
Able to use both hands equally well
To increase; make larger
Deprived; without
Adulterate
To make impure; to corrupt
Ambidextrous
Able to use both hands equally well
55 terms
Reading SAT Vocabulary Words
1. anachronistic
2. anecdote
3. assiduous
4. brusque
out-of-date, not attributed to the correct historical period
short, usually funny account of an event
Persistent, hard-working
Marked by rude or peremptory shortness
1. anachronistic
out-of-date, not attributed to the correct historical period
2. anecdote
short, usually funny account of an event
Reading Workshop Vocabulary Words
Writhing
Traverse
Chasm
Clambered
Twisting and turning violently
To go across an area
A large gap between two things
To climb, using both hands and feet
Writhing
Twisting and turning violently
Traverse
To go across an area
SAT Reading Vocabulary
forgery
rhetoric
audacious
efface... self-effacing
n... the crime of copying money, documents in order to cheat peo…
n... speech or writing that is intended to influence people, but…
adj... willing to take risks or to do something shocking
v... to make something disappear ... adj... not wanting to attract att…
forgery
n... the crime of copying money, documents in order to cheat peo…
rhetoric
n... speech or writing that is intended to influence people, but…
SAT Reading Vocabulary 1
Serendipitous
Intrusive
Conspicuous
Admonition
Accidental
Too noticeable
Attract attention
A warning about sb's behaviour
Serendipitous
Accidental
Intrusive
Too noticeable
12 terms
Reading workshop vocabulary
Dynamic charecter
Static character
Protagonist
Antagonist
A charecter that changes over time.
A character that stays the same.
A main character.
The character the gives the main character a hard time.
Dynamic charecter
A charecter that changes over time.
Static character
A character that stays the same.
7 terms
reading workshop vocabulary
Antithesis(NOUN)
Deference(NOUN)
Distended(VERB)
Capitulate(VERB)
The exact opposite of something or some one.
A way of behaving that shows respect for some one or something.
To become larger and rounder because of pressure from inside.
To stop fighting an enemy or opponent to admit that an enemy…
Antithesis(NOUN)
The exact opposite of something or some one.
Deference(NOUN)
A way of behaving that shows respect for some one or something.
15 terms
Read 180 Workshop 2 Vocabulary
destruction
major
prevent
recovery
terrible damage
very large or important
to stop from happening
the process of getting back to normal
destruction
terrible damage
major
very large or important
Reading Vocabulary Workshop
anonymous /e nän´e mes
browse /braüz´
dupe /düp´
dynamic /dī nam´ik
having an unknown or unacknowledged name
search for information
person who is easily fooled dupes
active, energetic, forceful
anonymous /e nän´e mes
having an unknown or unacknowledged name
browse /braüz´
search for information
Vocabulary workshop reading
Apparel
Besiege
Compress
Denounce
...
...
...
...
Apparel
...
Besiege
...
6 terms
SAT Critical Reading Vocabulary
Extended Analogy
Metaphor
Metaphorical Language
Simile
a passage that points out several similarities between two un…
figure of speech comparing two different things; does not use…
uses metaphors to compare unlike things
A comparison using "like" or "as"
Extended Analogy
a passage that points out several similarities between two un…
Metaphor
figure of speech comparing two different things; does not use…
12 terms
SAT - reading comprehension vocabulary
Belie
Concur
Contempt
Debunk
Misrepresent - to show (something) to be false - to run count…
To act together, agree, coincide
The act of dispising - disobediance to or open disrespect for…
To expose the sham or falseness of
Belie
Misrepresent - to show (something) to be false - to run count…
Concur
To act together, agree, coincide
11 terms
Close Reading Workshop Vocabulary
Annotation
Conflict
Dialogue
Irony
A note added to an article, book, story, or other text as a c…
A struggle between opposing forces
A conversation between characters
A contradiction between what happens and what is expected
Annotation
A note added to an article, book, story, or other text as a c…
Conflict
A struggle between opposing forces
81 terms
SAT critical reading vocabulary
bolster
delineate
depict
discredit
to support an idea or position
to outline or describe with care
to represent or portray vividly
to disbelieve; to cause a loss of confidence in
bolster
to support an idea or position
delineate
to outline or describe with care
100 terms
NEW SAT (2016) READING TEST VOCABULARY
frank
earnest
imposition
anecdote*
candid, honest
Serious and sincere
an unwelcome demand; a burden
A brief narrative that focuses on a particular incident or ev…
frank
candid, honest
earnest
Serious and sincere
Reading Workshop Vocabulary Words
Antithesis
Deference
Distended
Capitulate
The exact opposite of something or someone.
A way of behaving that shows respect for someone or something.
To become larger and rounder because of pressure from inside.
To stop fighting an enemy or opponent and to admit that an en…
Antithesis
The exact opposite of something or someone.
Deference
A way of behaving that shows respect for someone or something.
20 terms
Reading Vocabulary Workshop
Anecdote
Consolidate
Counterfeit
Docile
A short account of an incident in someone's life
To combine, unite; to make solid or firm
An imitation designed to deceive; not genuine, fake; to make…
Easily taught, led, or managed; obedient
Anecdote
A short account of an incident in someone's life
Consolidate
To combine, unite; to make solid or firm
45 terms
SAT Reading Vocabulary Words
Acknowledge
Articulate
Assertion
Attribute
to make known; to admit the truth or existence of; to express…
V- to speak clearly in distinct syllables; A- well-spoken
declaration or affirmation
to explain by indicating a cause; a characteristic
Acknowledge
to make known; to admit the truth or existence of; to express…
Articulate
V- to speak clearly in distinct syllables; A- well-spoken
249 terms
SAT Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
locomotion
revenue
gainful
momentous
Movement
Income
(adj.) profitable; bringing in money or some special advantage
Very important
locomotion
Movement
revenue
Income
reading writing workshop vocabulary
great enthusiasm
to strangle
allied with holes
to bring back
zeal
throttle
porus
retrieve
great enthusiasm
zeal
to strangle
throttle
17 terms
Read 180 Workshop 6 Vocabulary
demolish
devastating
elimination
emerge
to destroy
badly damaging or destroying
the removal of something
to come out
demolish
to destroy
devastating
badly damaging or destroying
16 terms
Read 180 Workshop 7 Vocabulary
altered
complex
data
sensation
changed
having many parts
information or facts
a feeling or an awareness
altered
changed
complex
having many parts
14 terms
SAT Reading Vocabulary
Connoisseur
Artisan
implement
ornament
Experts in the field of arts or matters of taste
Craftsman; builds
the machine or the device
the beauty of an object, or decorative
Connoisseur
Experts in the field of arts or matters of taste
Artisan
Craftsman; builds
35 terms
SAT reading vocabulary
nodule
pilfer
pigeonhole
entice
a small lump, knot
to steal in small quantities
to assign to a definite place or to definite places in some o…
to attract, tempt
nodule
a small lump, knot
pilfer
to steal in small quantities
104 terms
SAT Reading Vocabulary
Ambivalent
Anomaly
Sarcastic, Sardonic, Snide
Dearth, Paucity
Contradictory, having mixed feelings
Deviation from the norm, something that is atypical
Mocking, derisive, taunting, and stinging
A shortage or scarcity of something
Ambivalent
Contradictory, having mixed feelings
Anomaly
Deviation from the norm, something that is atypical
20 terms
PR SAT Reading Vocabulary 2
mollify
filibuster
jargon
abundance
(v.) to calm, soothe or make less severe
(n.) a lengthy speech designed to delay or kill the vote on a…
(n.) specialized technical terminology; a characteristic lang…
(n.) a great or plentiful amount; profusion
mollify
(v.) to calm, soothe or make less severe
filibuster
(n.) a lengthy speech designed to delay or kill the vote on a…
20 terms
PR SAT Reading Vocabulary 5
eloquent
eminent
chronological
conjecture
(adj.) marked by forceful, fluid, apt speech; expressive, emo…
(adj.) famous, outstanding, distinguished; projecting
(adj.) arranged in order of time of occurrence
(n.) an inference based upon guesswork; a supposition
eloquent
(adj.) marked by forceful, fluid, apt speech; expressive, emo…
eminent
(adj.) famous, outstanding, distinguished; projecting
62 terms
SAT Reading Vocabulary
aesthetic
allusion
ambivalent
anecdote
concerning the appreciation of beauty
A reference to another work of literature, person, or event
Having mixed or opposing feelings at the same time
A short account of an interesting or humorous incident
aesthetic
concerning the appreciation of beauty
allusion
A reference to another work of literature, person, or event
20 terms
PR SAT Reading Vocabulary 3
cosset
mercurial
accumulate
reticent
to pamper; treat with great care
(adj.) quick and changeable in temperament; volatile
(v.) collect or gather; amass; accrue
(adj.) silent; reserved
cosset
to pamper; treat with great care
mercurial
(adj.) quick and changeable in temperament; volatile
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