Presentation on theme: "ELA/READING 7 CRCT VOCABULARY REVIEW. Directions Use the word bank provided to match the following definitions with their appropriate reading/ELA terms."— Presentation transcript:
13. an organizational structure used for writing …recalls events in time order
14. an organizational structure used for writing…presents the similarities and differences on a subject
15. an organizational structure used for writing…shows why things happened and the results of what happened
16. a sentence structure that contains a dependent clause and an independent clause Ex. While Ana was at home, her sister went to the doctor.
17. a sentence structure that contains a dependent clause and at least two independent clauses Ex. Although I like to eat healthy foods, I sometimes will have a burger, and I also like to eat pizza.
18. an expression that means something different than the actual words it uses Ex. raining cats and dog
19. a clause that contains a subject and a verb and can stand alone Ex. Barbara lives on Juniper Street.
20. an alphabetical list of names or topics and the page numbers where these subjects can be found in a written text
21. a propaganda technique that appeals to the audience by using vague language that has emotional qualities Ex. a commercial that attempts to convince you to buy a product by loosely using words such as family, love, patriotism, courage, freedom, honor, or justice - -- If you care about justice, you will contribute to our campaign.
22. an exaggeration for effect There were a million students in the cafeteria line for lunch.
23. a story with a moral….sometimes feature animals that talk Ex. The Tortoise and the Hare… The Fox and the Grapes
24. the main problem in a story the characters must solve
25. a note at the bottom of a page that shows where resource material was taken from
26. a group of words that contains a subject and a predicate but that cannot stand alone Ex. Shawns brother, who runs and swims, is very athletic.
27. a way of presenting information that it makes sense to the readers
28. the sentence in a paragraph that sums up the paragraphs main idea
29. a comparison that does not use either like or as Ex. The students were a rainbow of bright, shining faces
30. an organizational pattern used mainly in persuasive writing where the least important detail is presented first and builds up to the most important detail
31. techniques used to support ones argument on a topic
32. certain feelings created in a reader caused by authors word choice, setting, and characters actions, thoughts, and dialogue