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Direction Words Are Your Guide! CRCT Vocabulary Practice
On the CRCT, EXPLAIN means: In your own words, tell how or why Tell about Discuss
On the CRCT, SUMMARIZE means: Give the short version Tell the main ideas or the most important parts Sum it up So, what happened was...
On the CRCT, COMPARE means: Give all the likenesses or similarities between two or more things How are they alike?
On the CRCT, CONTRAST means: Tell all of the differences between two or more ideas How are they different?
On the CRCT, DESCRIBE means: Tell about using the five senses (touch, smell, scent, sound, and look) Paint a picture using words
On the CRCT Conclusion means The end or the close The final part The result The outcome “What is the conclusion of the story?”
On the CRCT, PREDICT means: Tell what you think will happen next Make a guess about the next event Think ahead
On the CRCT, SUPPORT means: Back up with details Give reasons for Give the facts about Defend your ideas/ beliefs
On the CRCT, EVALUATE means: Tell the value of In your words, tell the good and bad parts Put in rank order Judge or rate
On the CRCT, ANALYZE means: Break into parts Study the individual pieces Take apart Look at closer
On the CRCT, INFER means: Read between the lines Make an educated guess Look for hidden information Figure out Be a detective!
Put together Come up with Create Make Design On the CRCT, FORMULATE means: Well, in my opinion...
On the CRCT, TRACE means: Write in order from beginning to end List in steps Outline Track or follow
On the CRCT, COMPOUND means: More than one Look for two! Compound subject? Compound predicate? Compound sentence?
On the CRCT, the QUOTIENT is The answer to a division problem! 8 ÷ 4 = 2
On the CRCT, DIVIDEND means Divide this number It’s under the division bar! It’s probably the largest number! It comes first in the division sentence! 45 ÷ 9 = 5
On the CRCT, a DIVISOR is the number you are dividing by… the number of groups you are creating when you divide… 16 ÷ 2 = 8 The number that sits outside the division bar!
On the CRCT, DIFFERENCE means The difference is the answer to a subtraction problem! 24 – 14 = 10
On the CRCT, PRODUCT means The answer to a multiplication problem! 5 X 6 = 30
On the CRCT, SUM means Add the numbers together to get your answer! The answer to an addition problem… 5 + 10 = 15
On the CRCT, BEST choice means The might be more than one that works, but which one works better than all the others?
On the CRCT, Also watch for… Which does NOT… Which has the MOST… Which is BEST… You might see questions about content written two different ways on the same test!
On the CRCT, you are going to be a star!!! Good Luck!
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