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Words for Reading and Academic Vocabulary
herbivore
carnivore
narrate
expository text
plant eaters
meat eaters
to tell a story
texts that inform--you learn explicitly or clearly although m…
herbivore
plant eaters
carnivore
meat eaters
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Reading Academic Vocabulary
bibliography
mood
primary source
argue
a list of sources used in a research paper
a feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader
materials directly related to the topic by time or participat…
to challenge or debate an issue or idea with the purpose of p…
bibliography
a list of sources used in a research paper
mood
a feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader
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Academic Reading Quarter One Vocabulary
Cornell Notes
Reading Process
Text Structures
Formative Assessments
A method of organizing information for building comprehension…
The process of reading where the reader is engaged in buildin…
The way an author organizes the information he or she is shar…
Work completed to gain insight into how well a student is cur…
Cornell Notes
A method of organizing information for building comprehension…
Reading Process
The process of reading where the reader is engaged in buildin…
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Reading 1 Academic Vocabulary 1
attainable
tenacity
function
automaticity
able to reach something
unwilling to stop trying even when it is difficult
the purpose of something
ability to do something without thinking
attainable
able to reach something
tenacity
unwilling to stop trying even when it is difficult
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Reading Academic Vocabulary
point of view
argue
infer
root word
refers to who is telling a story, or who is narrating. The na…
to challenge or debate an issue or idea with the purpose of p…
a conclusion one can draw from the presented details
main, base part of a word
point of view
refers to who is telling a story, or who is narrating. The na…
argue
to challenge or debate an issue or idea with the purpose of p…
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Reading Academic Vocabulary
Autobiography
Base Word
Biography
Characteristic
the story of a person's life written by that person
a part of a longer word, often called a root word
a story about a person's life written by another person
a feature or quality of a person, place, or thing and used to…
Autobiography
the story of a person's life written by that person
Base Word
a part of a longer word, often called a root word
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Reading Academic Vocabulary
Best
Conclude, Conclusion
Contribute
Convince
of the most excellent, effective, or desirable type or qualit…
bring (something) to an end... Ex:) What can the reader conclude…
give (something, especially money) in order to help achieve o…
persuade (someone) to do something... Ex:) Using details from th…
Best
of the most excellent, effective, or desirable type or qualit…
Conclude, Conclusion
bring (something) to an end... Ex:) What can the reader conclude…
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STAAR Reading Academic Vocabulary
convey (v)
reveal (v)
relevant
conclude (v)
to communicate, to explain
to show or tell a secret
something important
to infer or to decide (after you have read something)
convey (v)
to communicate, to explain
reveal (v)
to show or tell a secret
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Academic Vocabulary in Reading-Plot
Plot
Exposition
Rising Action
Falling Action
The sequence of events or actions in short story, novel, play…
The author lays the groundwork for the story by revealing the…
The action and events that take place in the story and build…
Events that occur after the climax and lead up to closure and…
Plot
The sequence of events or actions in short story, novel, play…
Exposition
The author lays the groundwork for the story by revealing the…
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Advanced Reading Academic Vocabulary
allusion
Formulate
Sequential
Chronological
A reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary wo…
To create
An organizational pattern using text that gives step-by-step…
An organizational pattern in which the text is organized acco…
allusion
A reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary wo…
Formulate
To create
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Academic Reading Vocabulary
Formative
Summative
Main Idea
Detail
Practice the skills of by doing HW
The actual test/speech showing the skills
Focusing on the important part of the practice
It should help support your main idea
Formative
Practice the skills of by doing HW
Summative
The actual test/speech showing the skills
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Reading Academic Vocabulary
theme
author's response
point of view
proficient
life lesson learned
the reason why the author wrote the book
1st person narrator tells story using I, me ... 2nd person narra…
skilled at doing something
theme
life lesson learned
author's response
the reason why the author wrote the book
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Academic word reading
Slope
pebbly
soothed
sanguine
Sy/ hill... منحدر
(adj) from a small smooth stone found especially on a beach c…
To make s.o feel calmer and less anxious... sy/ calmed. relaxed
(adj) cheerfully optimistic, hopeful; reddish, ruddy (as in r…
Slope
Sy/ hill... منحدر
pebbly
(adj) from a small smooth stone found especially on a beach c…
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Reading Academic Words
Evaluate
Summarize
Assume
Purpose
Examine and judge carefully.
give the main point or idea
to take for granted; to suppose
reason for doing something
Evaluate
Examine and judge carefully.
Summarize
give the main point or idea
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Academic Vocabulary - Reading
analyze
articulate
cite
compare
break something down into its parts
express clearly
quote
find likenesses
analyze
break something down into its parts
articulate
express clearly
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Reading Academic Vocabulary
Analyze
Articulate
Cite
Convey
To study the text to figure out something.
To speak or write words smoothly and clearly so they are easy…
Detect quote from the text
Give information
Analyze
To study the text to figure out something.
Articulate
To speak or write words smoothly and clearly so they are easy…
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Reading Academic Vocabulary
bibliography
mood
point of view
primary source
a list of sources used in a research paper
a feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader
refers to who is telling a story, or who is narrating. The na…
materials directly related to the topic by time or participat…
bibliography
a list of sources used in a research paper
mood
a feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader
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reading academic vocabulary
Venn diagram
synonym
predict
paragraph
a graphic organizer used to compare and contrast two or more…
a word that has the same or similar meaning as another word
to determine what will occur based on current information
a group of sentences that supports a main idea
Venn diagram
a graphic organizer used to compare and contrast two or more…
synonym
a word that has the same or similar meaning as another word
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Academic Vocabulary_Reading
passage
text
support
detail
a section of a story
the story or words within the story
when you use details to tell why your statement is correct
a piece of information from the story that supports what you…
passage
a section of a story
text
the story or words within the story
Reading Academic Vocabulary
narrator
events
paragraph
best shows
The person telling the story
things that happen in a story
A section of a piece of writing, dealing with one topic.
to indicate; point out:
narrator
The person telling the story
events
things that happen in a story
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Third Grade Reading Academic Vocabulary
adjective
cause
contrast
conclusion
A word that describes a noun
Why something happens
to tell how things are different
the final event of a story's plot
adjective
A word that describes a noun
cause
Why something happens
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Reading Academic Vocabulary
Main Idea
Schema
Fact
Opinion
What the story is mostly about.
The things you already know.
Something that can be proven. Example: The Moon rotates aroun…
Your thoughts about something. Example: The best ice cream fl…
Main Idea
What the story is mostly about.
Schema
The things you already know.
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Academic Vocabulary / Reading
drama
fiction
genres
nonfiction
a play for theater, radio, or television
prose writing that tells about imaginary characters and event…
different types of literature
writing that tells about real people, places, and events; pro…
drama
a play for theater, radio, or television
fiction
prose writing that tells about imaginary characters and event…
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Third Grade Reading Academic Vocabulary
adjective
cause
contrast
conclusion
A word that describes a noun
Why something happens
to tell how things are different
the final event of a story's plot
adjective
A word that describes a noun
cause
Why something happens
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Master Academic Vocabulary Reading
best completes
best describes
best explains
best shows
best finishes
best tells about
best tells why
best proves
best completes
best finishes
best describes
best tells about
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Third Grade Reading Academic Vocabulary
antonym
authors purpose
cause
conclusion
a word opposite in meaning to the other
to inform, persuade or entertain
Why something happens
the final event of a story's plot
antonym
a word opposite in meaning to the other
authors purpose
to inform, persuade or entertain
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Third Grade Reading Academic Vocabulary
antonym
authors purpose
cause
conclusion
a word opposite in meaning to the other
to inform, persuade or entertain
Why something happens
the final event of a story's plot
antonym
a word opposite in meaning to the other
authors purpose
to inform, persuade or entertain
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District Reading Academic Vocabulary
Autobiography
Base Word
Biography
Characteristic
the story of a person's life written by that person
a part of a longer word that can stand on its own, often call…
a story about a person's life written by another person
a feature or quality belonging to a person, place, or thing a…
Autobiography
the story of a person's life written by that person
Base Word
a part of a longer word that can stand on its own, often call…
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5th reading Academic vocabulary
abbreviation
adverb
Antonyms
Apostrophe
a shortened form of a word or phrase
modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb
words that mean the opposite
the mark (') used to indicate the omission of one or more let…
abbreviation
a shortened form of a word or phrase
adverb
modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb
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Reading Academic Vocabulary
analyze
central idea
cite
evidence
to look at something carefully by paying attention to its parts
most important point the author makes
to refer to or quote
proof of something, example from the text
analyze
to look at something carefully by paying attention to its parts
central idea
most important point the author makes
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ESL Reading 3-4 Academic Vocabulary
character
setting
plot
conflict
a person (or animal) that a story is about
the time and place where a story happens
the sequence of important events in a story
the problem faced by the main character in the story
character
a person (or animal) that a story is about
setting
the time and place where a story happens
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Reading Academic Vocabulary
Analyze
Articulate
Cite
Convey
to study
using language fluently
to quote
to present
Analyze
to study
Articulate
using language fluently
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Reading Academic Vocabulary
Analyze
Articulate
Cite
Convey
To study or investigate something deeply in order to figure o…
Using language fluently and easily
To quote
To present or pass it on
Analyze
To study or investigate something deeply in order to figure o…
Articulate
Using language fluently and easily
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Academic Reading Vocabulary
Formative
summative
Main ideas
Detail
Practice activity, to get better skills that you will be test…
tests on skills you have learned
key important ideas of a piece of writing that is mostly talk…
small word or phrase or words that come from the article that…
Formative
Practice activity, to get better skills that you will be test…
summative
tests on skills you have learned
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Reading Academic Vocabulary
Analyze
articulate
cite
convey
to speak or investigate something deeply in order to figure o…
using language easily and fluently.
to quote evidence
to communicate or make know
Analyze
to speak or investigate something deeply in order to figure o…
articulate
using language easily and fluently.
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Reading Academic Vocabulary
Analyze
Articulate
Cite
Convey
To study or investigation something deeply in order to figure…
To speak or write words smoothly and clearly so they are easy…
To quote especially for authority.
To communicate or make known/ find out the value.
Analyze
To study or investigation something deeply in order to figure…
Articulate
To speak or write words smoothly and clearly so they are easy…
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Academic Reading Vocabulary
Formative
Summative
Main Idea
Detail
Practicing skills by doing worksheets, reading, and etc. (The…
A test that is worth a lot of points
The most important part of the story
When the author use descriptive words to describe something.
Formative
Practicing skills by doing worksheets, reading, and etc. (The…
Summative
A test that is worth a lot of points
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Academic Reading Vocabulary
Formative
Summative
Main Idea
Detail
a practice activity that you do to practice skills for the bi…
Test on skills and it could be taken in forms of speeches, pr…
The main idea/the message the author want to deliver to the r…
It helps to develop the main idea
Formative
a practice activity that you do to practice skills for the bi…
Summative
Test on skills and it could be taken in forms of speeches, pr…
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Reading Academic Vocabulary
Analyze
argue
articulate
central idea
to speak or use Langland
to preseasons for or agenst
using langwigh
the mine iadi
Analyze
to speak or use Langland
argue
to preseasons for or agenst
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Academic Vocabulary - Reading
imagery
visualize
characterization
direct characterization
the use of sensory words and phrases that create a picture in…
to create a picture in your mind
methods an author uses to develop a character
an author "tells" you about a character
imagery
the use of sensory words and phrases that create a picture in…
visualize
to create a picture in your mind
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6th Grade Academic Reading Vocabulary
affix
word origin
mood
verify
a term that refers to prefixes and suffixes
the history of a particular word
the way you feel about something
to make sure or demonstrate something is true, accurate, or j…
affix
a term that refers to prefixes and suffixes
word origin
the history of a particular word
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Academic Vocabulary Reading
onomatopoeia
alliteration
personification
hyperbole
imitates the natural sounds of things
a literary device where two or more words in a phrase or line…
a figure of speech in which a thing, an idea or an animal is…
a figure of speech, which involves an exaggeration
onomatopoeia
imitates the natural sounds of things
alliteration
a literary device where two or more words in a phrase or line…
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Reading academic vocabulary
Prefix
Suffix
Base word
Multiple meaning
A group of letters at the beginning of a base word
A group of letters at the end of a base word
A word without a prefix or suffix
A word with two or more definitions
Prefix
A group of letters at the beginning of a base word
Suffix
A group of letters at the end of a base word
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Reading Academic Vocabulary
Analyze
articulate
central idea
cite
to study carefully in detail
to speak or write words carefully
main idea
to quote
Analyze
to study carefully in detail
articulate
to speak or write words carefully
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Reading Academic Vocabulary
Analyze
Articulate
Cite
Convey
To study or investigate something deeply in order to figure out
Using language easy and fluently.
To quote
To present or pass along
Analyze
To study or investigate something deeply in order to figure out
Articulate
Using language easy and fluently.
13 terms
Reading academic vocabulary
Analyze
articulate
Cite
Convey
to study or investigate something deeply
to speak or write words smoothly
Quote
Present or show
Analyze
to study or investigate something deeply
articulate
to speak or write words smoothly
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Reading Academic Vocabulary
Analyze
Articulate
Cite
Convey
To study something deeply to figure out
To speak or write words smoothly and clearly to understand
To directly quote something from the text
To give information
Analyze
To study something deeply to figure out
Articulate
To speak or write words smoothly and clearly to understand
20 terms
Academic Reading Vocabulary
Formative
Summative
Main Idea
Detail
In class work that is worth very few points
A test that is worth a lot of points
The main point that the author is trying to make
Supportive evidence for the main idea
Formative
In class work that is worth very few points
Summative
A test that is worth a lot of points
12 terms
Reading Academic Vocabulary
Plot
Conflict
Exposition
Connotation
The sequence of events making up a story.
A struggle that occurs between two opposing forces; internal…
The beginning where the author sets up the story. you find ou…
The underlying meaning of a word or term; the feelings or emo…
Plot
The sequence of events making up a story.
Conflict
A struggle that occurs between two opposing forces; internal…
22 terms
Reading Academic Vocabulary
Analyze
Articulate
Cite
Convey
To study or investigate something deeply on order to figure o…
To speak or write words smoothly and clearly so they are easy…
To quote evidence out of the text, especially as an authority
To communicate or make known; present it to use, pass it along
Analyze
To study or investigate something deeply on order to figure o…
Articulate
To speak or write words smoothly and clearly so they are easy…
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