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17 terms
Language Arts--Wise Block 3
Antagonist
climax
conflict
dialogue
a character who opposes the main character or protagonist
the point in the story that creates the greatest suspense or…
a struggle between opposing characters or opposing forces
conversation between two or more characters
Antagonist
a character who opposes the main character or protagonist
climax
the point in the story that creates the greatest suspense or…
15 terms
Language Arts- Wordly Wise Lesson 2 Book 7
astute
authentic
delicacy
derogatory
wise in a clever or practical way
genuine ; true
a choice item of food
expressing a low opinion; intended to hurt the reputation of…
astute
wise in a clever or practical way
authentic
genuine ; true
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Language Arts--Wise Block 3
Antagonist
climax
conflict
dialogue
a character who opposes the main character or protagonist
the point in the story that creates the greatest suspense or…
a struggle between opposing characters or opposing forces
conversation between two or more characters
Antagonist
a character who opposes the main character or protagonist
climax
the point in the story that creates the greatest suspense or…
166 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Abbreviation
Acronym
Active voice
Address
a shortened or contracted form of a word or phrase, used to r…
a word formed from the initial letters of a multi-word name
when the verb of a sentence is in the active voice, the subje…
a speech or written statement, usually formal, directed to a…
Abbreviation
a shortened or contracted form of a word or phrase, used to r…
Acronym
a word formed from the initial letters of a multi-word name
10 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary #3
opinion
fact
contraction
setting
what someone thinks about a particular thing
a true piece of information
the short form of two words, where the missing letters are re…
the time and place a story takes place
opinion
what someone thinks about a particular thing
fact
a true piece of information
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary (3 books)
Rable Rousing
Flourish
Perpetual
Blithely
A person who speaks with the intention of inflaming the emoti…
to make dramatic sweeping gesture
continuing or enduring forever; everlasting
joyously, merry, carefree
Rable Rousing
A person who speaks with the intention of inflaming the emoti…
Flourish
to make dramatic sweeping gesture
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary- Unit 2
available
cater
customary
dissuade
ready for use
to make something easy; to satisfy the needs of others.
Something usual that you do every day,
To talk somebody out of something. Persuade them not to do so…
available
ready for use
cater
to make something easy; to satisfy the needs of others.
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Unit 1
adjacent
alight
barren
disrupt
(adj.) near, next to
(verb) to get come down from air or land... (adj.) lighted up
(adj.) not productive, sterile
(verb) to disturb
adjacent
(adj.) near, next to
alight
(verb) to get come down from air or land... (adj.) lighted up
15 terms
Wordly Wise Book 12/Language Arts Terminology Lesson 1
Acolyte
Bibulous
Coalesce
Covert
(n.) a person who assists in some religious services by carry…
(adj.) given to the consumption of alcoholic drinks; highly a…
(v.) to grow together; to unite to form a whole.
(adj.) not openly acknowledged; secret.
Acolyte
(n.) a person who assists in some religious services by carry…
Bibulous
(adj.) given to the consumption of alcoholic drinks; highly a…
49 terms
Language Arts: Classic Books
The Great Gatsby
Red Badge of Courage
Slaughterhouse-Five
Uncle Tom's Cabin
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Stephen Crane
Kurt Vonnegut
Harriet Beecher Stowe
The Great Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Red Badge of Courage
Stephen Crane
16 terms
Language Arts EOG Review--Part 3--Harrell/Wise
tone
author's purpose
mood
style
A writer's attitude toward his or her subject matter revealed…
The reason the author has for writing. ( Inform, persuade, ex…
How the reader feels about the text while reading.
The author's choices regarding language, sentence structure,…
tone
A writer's attitude toward his or her subject matter revealed…
author's purpose
The reason the author has for writing. ( Inform, persuade, ex…
15 terms
Worldly Wise/ Language Arts
Aloft
Attain
Buffet
Elude
Up in the air, especially in flight.
To reach/ to achieve.
1. A piece of furniture with drawers and shelves for the stor…
1. Escape by being quick or clever.... 2. Hard to find or captur…
Aloft
Up in the air, especially in flight.
Attain
To reach/ to achieve.
24 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 9 Language Arts Final
Potential
Dexterity
Faculties
Articulates
the ability to do something
skill in performing tasks with hands
staff of a school or university
the ability to speak fluently
Potential
the ability to do something
Dexterity
skill in performing tasks with hands
12 terms
Language Arts EOG Review --Part 1--Wise/Harrell
Plot
setting
climax
conflict
Sequence of events in a story
The context in time and place in which the action of a story…
Most exciting moment of the story; turning point
A struggle between opposing forces. Man vs. Man, Man vs. soci…
Plot
Sequence of events in a story
setting
The context in time and place in which the action of a story…
8 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
synonym
antonym
noun
verb
words that have similar meanings
words that have opposite meanings
a word that is a person, place, or thing
a word that shows action
synonym
words that have similar meanings
antonym
words that have opposite meanings
37 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Author's Purpose
Persuade
Inform
Entertain
The author's intent either to inform/teach, to entertain, or…
To convince someone to agree with an opinion, an idea, or a r…
To give knowledge and facts about a subject with the intentio…
To hold the reader's interest; to amuse; to make the reader w…
Author's Purpose
The author's intent either to inform/teach, to entertain, or…
Persuade
To convince someone to agree with an opinion, an idea, or a r…
33 terms
Vocabulary Language Arts
anthropology
philanthropy
anthropophobia
anthropomorphic
The study of humans
charity; a desire or effort to promote goodness
Fear of people or society
attributing human characteristics or qualities to objects, an…
anthropology
The study of humans
philanthropy
charity; a desire or effort to promote goodness
20 terms
Vocabulary, Unit 7, Book A, Language Arts
authorize
culprit
dawdle
dissect
to approve or permit
a person who has committed a crime or is guilty of some misco…
to waste time;to be idle
to cut apart in preparation for scientific study; to analyze…
authorize
to approve or permit
culprit
a person who has committed a crime or is guilty of some misco…
10 terms
Language Arts 10 Vocabulary
admonish
breach
brigand
circumspect
(v.) to caution against something
(n.) a violation
(n) a bandit or robber
(adj.) careful, cautious
admonish
(v.) to caution against something
breach
(n.) a violation
10 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary #2
noun
verb
plural
singular
a person, place, or thing
an action or a linking word
more than one
one
noun
a person, place, or thing
verb
an action or a linking word
11 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary #4
sequence
theme
dictionary
glossary
the order something happens
the main idea of the story, the lesson
a reference book that contains words listed in alphabetical o…
a list that gives definitions of the hard or unusual words fo…
sequence
the order something happens
theme
the main idea of the story, the lesson
9 terms
Language Arts book voc.
plot
conflict
external conflict
internal conflict
The series of related events that make up a story.
opposing forces
A struggle between a character and an outside force
plot
The series of related events that make up a story.
conflict
opposing forces
Vocabulary - Language Art (book of three-#4)
reproachful
piteous
lurking
wrath
disapproving, critical
heartbreaking, sad
hinding behind, ready to pounce
anger
reproachful
disapproving, critical
piteous
heartbreaking, sad
28 terms
Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
story elements
events
problem
solution
the parts of all stories: characters, setting, events (plot),…
what happens in a story (plot); they can be categorized by be…
a character(s) has something bad happen and it needs to be fi…
when or how the problem is worked out (resolution)
story elements
the parts of all stories: characters, setting, events (plot),…
events
what happens in a story (plot); they can be categorized by be…
25 terms
Chapter 7 Language Arts Vocabulary
adventurous
beacon
civilize
correspond
full of hazard or danger
light used as a signal
to advance from a primitive way of life
to exchange letters
adventurous
full of hazard or danger
beacon
light used as a signal
5 terms
Language arts book reading story vocabulary
decorated
mystifying
faltered
distinction
denoting a stage of English Gothic church architecture
utterly bewilder or perplex
start to lose strength or momentum
a difference or contrast between similar things or people
decorated
denoting a stage of English Gothic church architecture
mystifying
utterly bewilder or perplex
10 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary #1
genre
non-fiction
realistic fiction
setting
the type of story
tells facts about a topic
a made up story that could really happen
the time and place a story happens
genre
the type of story
non-fiction
tells facts about a topic
14 terms
Academic and Language Arts Vocabulary
Predict
Compare
Cause
Contrast
to say or estimate something that will happen in the future b…
to observe how two or more things are similar
to make something happen
to observe how two or more things are different
Predict
to say or estimate something that will happen in the future b…
Compare
to observe how two or more things are similar
10 terms
Language arts a the book holes vocabulary
Pronounced
Precarious
Commotion
Suppress
Very noticeable
likely to fall or collapse
An uproar or a state of confusion and noisy disturbance
Forcibly put an end to
Pronounced
Very noticeable
Precarious
likely to fall or collapse
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
main idea
supporting evidence or details
facts
opinions
Central Idea
information or specifics
information that can be checked and proven
a persons thoughts or beliefs
main idea
Central Idea
supporting evidence or details
information or specifics
16 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
synonym
antonym
noun
verb
words that have similar meanings
words that have opposite meanings
a word that is a person, place, or thing
a word that shows action
synonym
words that have similar meanings
antonym
words that have opposite meanings
31 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
abbreviation
adverb
biography
chapter headings
A shortened form of a word or phrase used to represent the wh…
Describe or modify a verbs or clauses. examples: very , badly…
A written account of another person's life. The biography of…
Printed Material appearing before and usually above the text.…
abbreviation
A shortened form of a word or phrase used to represent the wh…
adverb
Describe or modify a verbs or clauses. examples: very , badly…
28 terms
Language Arts 2014: Vocabulary
engineer
ject
all
ject
A person with this title is trained to design and build machi…
A Latin root appears in the words reject, project, and eject.…
A Latin root with this meaning appears in the words omnipoten…
Latin: to throw
engineer
A person with this title is trained to design and build machi…
ject
A Latin root appears in the words reject, project, and eject.…
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
main idea
supporting evidence or details
facts
opinions
Central Idea
information or specifics
information that can be checked and proven
a persons thoughts or beliefs
main idea
Central Idea
supporting evidence or details
information or specifics
8 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
journalism
vocabulary
literacy
proofread
newspaper writing
words and their meanings
ability to read and write well
checking your writing carefully
journalism
newspaper writing
vocabulary
words and their meanings
15 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
punctuation
capital
capital
period
symbols we use to show pauses, ending of sentences, and other…
every sentence begins with this kind of letter
every "I" that is referring to yourself needs this kind of le…
ends a statement sentence
punctuation
symbols we use to show pauses, ending of sentences, and other…
capital
every sentence begins with this kind of letter
7 terms
Language Arts Week 11 Vocabulary
circulate
petition
representative
absorbed
to pass or move from person to person OR place to place
a formal written request, typically signed by many people to…
a person chosen to act or speak for others
intensely engaged or engrossed
circulate
to pass or move from person to person OR place to place
petition
a formal written request, typically signed by many people to…
Language arts book 8
Confounding
Consciousness
Excruciating
Factual
Confusing
...aware awake
... painful
...made of facts!
Confounding
Confusing
Consciousness
...aware awake
9 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Savory
Delectable
Inedible
Palatable
Pleasing to the taste or smell
Very delicious
Not fit to be eaten
Pleasing or pleasant tasting
Savory
Pleasing to the taste or smell
Delectable
Very delicious
33 terms
Language Arts vocabulary
goading
haughty
foolhardy
plunder
encouraging, urging
snobbish, arrogant
reckless, foolish
to take wrongfully, rob
goading
encouraging, urging
haughty
snobbish, arrogant
9 terms
language arts book 4
5 sentence patterns
parts of a sentence
some hard to spell important words
adjectives
S-V, S-V-O, S-V-I-O, S-V-N, S-V-A
Subject, predicate, Direct Object, Indirect Object, and Subje…
Presbyterian ... Teutonic ... Tuesday ... Wednesday ... abandon ... abysmal…
word used to modify or describe a noun or pronoun, such as "h…
5 sentence patterns
S-V, S-V-O, S-V-I-O, S-V-N, S-V-A
parts of a sentence
Subject, predicate, Direct Object, Indirect Object, and Subje…
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Unit 4
alliance
bewilder
buffoon
controversial
join together
to puzzle or confuse
a stupid person or a class clown
cause argument
alliance
join together
bewilder
to puzzle or confuse
22 terms
English Language Arts Wordly Wise Lesson 2
arrogant
boycott
boycott
campaign
adj. showing to much pride in oneself
v. to join others in refusing to deal with a person or group.
the act of boycotting
n. A series of actions intended to accomplish a goal. A serie…
arrogant
adj. showing to much pride in oneself
boycott
v. to join others in refusing to deal with a person or group.
15 terms
Lesson 3 Vocabulary - Language Arts
anonymous
Anthology
Conjecture
Disposition
Of an unknown source or unrevealed name.
A collection of various writings, such as songs, stories, or…
A conclusion based on guesswork or insufficient evidence.
1. A person's usual mood; temperament.... 2. A regular tendency…
anonymous
Of an unknown source or unrevealed name.
Anthology
A collection of various writings, such as songs, stories, or…
39 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
point of view
theme
phrase
compare
the perspective or narrative voice from which a story is told…
big idea or central idea of a work of literature; a message a…
a group of words with a meaning; an expression; not a complet…
identify and/or give an account of the SIMILARITIES between t…
point of view
the perspective or narrative voice from which a story is told…
theme
big idea or central idea of a work of literature; a message a…
12 terms
LANGUAGE ARTS VOCABULARY!!!!!!!!!!!!
CAUTION
GENERATION
SEPERATION
gratitude
CAREFULNESS IN REGARD TO DANGER
THOSE HAVING THE SAME PARENTS AND BEING A STEP LINE FROM ONE…
the act or process of being separated
a state of being grateful
CAUTION
CAREFULNESS IN REGARD TO DANGER
GENERATION
THOSE HAVING THE SAME PARENTS AND BEING A STEP LINE FROM ONE…
Language Arts Vocabulary
Bluff
Conviction
Elective
Ferocity
to fake something
A strong belief
An optional academic subject
Intensity
Bluff
to fake something
Conviction
A strong belief
17 terms
Language Arts Boy Book Vocabulary Quiz 1
Prosperous -Adjective
Amiable -Adjective
Follage -Noun
Emphatically -Adverb
sucessful or well off.
friendly or good personal qualities.
the leaves of a plant.
strongly marked or expressed with strong emphasis.
Prosperous -Adjective
sucessful or well off.
Amiable -Adjective
friendly or good personal qualities.
13 terms
Language Arts EOG Review--Part 2--Wise/Harrell
flashback
foreshadow
hyperbole
imagery
A method of narration in which present action is temporarily…
A narrative device that hints at coming events; often builds…
An exaggeration
Description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell,…
flashback
A method of narration in which present action is temporarily…
foreshadow
A narrative device that hints at coming events; often builds…
7 terms
Language Arts Wordly Wise #2
Abrasion
Clad
Corroborate
Cursory
The wearing away by friction
Clothed or Covered
To provide evidence to make more certain
Done in a hurry, with little detail
Abrasion
The wearing away by friction
Clad
Clothed or Covered
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