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English, Reading & Career Readiness WORD WALL
Barbed missiles of ridicule battery beams of crimson
bedraggled train besplashed charger black looks
black words between officers bleach of death bleating plaintively
bludgeon of correction blue demonstration brigade
bushwhacker captain cavalry charnel place
chin music clogged clouds colonel
colonel’s manner changed from that of a deacon to that of a Frenchman
color sergeant the colors company company wags
composite monster congregation of horses corporal
cowled man crone stooping dark blue lines/blue curve
dark-hued masses/the lighter hued regiments depleted band
dilapidated regiment doomed to greatness dregs
Dusty blue lines elfin thoughts
emaciated regiment/grunting bundles of blue/the robust voice…growing rapidly weak
Engine of annihilating power facings flaming wings of lightning
fresh fish gauntleted hand generals
gilded images of memory gods of traditions great ruck of men and munitions
haversack heart of the din heraldic winds of the day
Huns imbecile line impetus of enthusiasm
incapable of checking itself before granite and brass indefinite cause.
iron gates of the impossible its faded and jaded condition
jangling general jim-dandy Johnnies
the lieutenant light-footed soldiers little ones
lurid lines machinery of the universe mothlike quality
Napoleon Bonaparte omen order arms
out among the dragons perambulating veterans pickets
private the Question ragamuffin interest ragged line
rebel army the rebs red eyes (also described as red blossoms)
red rage red speeches Regiment
returning with his shield or on it Richmond sagacious things
shirking child skirmish/skirmisher slang phrase
small weapon so much devilment soldier’s bath
storm banshee sultry nightmare swad swash of fragrant water
symmetrical act the mighty blue machine
they drank his recitals to chant a paean valor of a gamin
Yank yellow tongues
context clues main idea sequence
inferences noun verb adverb
pronoun proper noun conjunction interjection
preposition predicate phrases clauses
sentence complex sentence run-on sentence sentence fragments
commas semicolons colons dashes
quotation marks capitalization allegory allusion
antagonist protagonist denouement hyperbole
irony oxymoron compound sentence parentheses
apostrophes idioms homophones antonyms
homonyms propaganda conflict plot
summarizing paraphrasing evaluating setting
metaphors theme similes imagery
personification symbolism myth dialogue
short story autobiography biography mood/tone
flashback foreshadowing point of view/voice prefix
suffix root word Collaborative Strategic Reading
brainstorm predict click and clunk get the gist
wrap up sample question stems question types
belligerent elated deceive dapper
abscond curtail dejected heirloom
gregarious docile unkempt humdrum
replenish agriculture barricade betray
complement defiant enthusiasm establish
flounder frigid ambition dingy
transmit encounter dexterity fickle
elevate garland yearn collate
tuition tamper blotch automatic
glutton implore appease partial
falsehood navigate dominate invincible
muse tariff urge tactful
undaunted aptitude balmy bask
susceptible tarnish pell-mell radiate
prosperous endurance jostled indication
taffeta antidote loiter exquisite
recoil abominable pandemonium terminate
jut asset immerse temptation
depiction transition self advocate professionalism
postsecondary goals self determination learning style
teaching style accommodations disability challenge
IDEA community student action plan supports
Employment Development Department resume
School history work experience DMV Career Inventory
Interest Inventory budgeting financial aide cover letter
letters of recommendations volunteerism community service
IEP IPE self awareness entrepreneurship
reliance job security banking strategies investments
Extracurricular activities job shadowing
mock interview summary of performance portfolio
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