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FCAT Power Words =
describe To tell about, list details
explain To tell all about To tell what, why, and howTo teach someone else
summarize To tell the important parts
support To back up To provide reasons or give examples
compare To tell how things are alike
contrast To tell how things are different
predict To tell what may happen next To make a guess based on facts
analyze To think through To break apart
evaluate To make a judgment
formulate To come up with Make a plan
infer To figure out To “read between the lines”What are they trying to say?
trace To follow, track
12 Powerful Words by Larry Bell Twelve Powerful Words That Increase Test Scores.
On the CRCT Explain means: In your own words, tell how or why Tell about Discuss.
Power Verbs. Analyze To break apart and study the pieces; tell why.
Power Verbs. Break it down into parts. Tell about each of the parts. Analyze.
12 Power Words Learn these words to help prepare you for end of grade tests!
12 Powerful Words Classroom Posters.
12 Powerful Words By: Buffy Borne. Trace To list in steps Example: Trace how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
List in steps Tell in order Time Line. Break apart Examine Tell the reason.
Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
12 Power Words From Larry Bell’s work. 12 Power Words Trace: –Outline –List in steps –Follow the path Analyze: –Break it into parts –Tell about the parts.
TESTING WORDS K-PREP. analyze Break apart and study the pieces. Discover or reveal (something) through such examination.
12 Powerful Verbs. What are the 12 Powerful Verbs? The 12 powerful verbs are those that appear most often on standardized tests. “By using these terms.
Direction Words Are Your Guide! CRCT Vocabulary Practice.
The 12 Powerful Words Larry I. Bell’s 12 Powerful Words That Increase Test Scores and Help Close the Achievement Gap.
Analyze Break down or separate a problem or situation into separate factors and/or relationships.
CRCT/Test Taking Strategies. What is the purpose of the CRCT? Measures how well students acquire the skills and knowledge described in the GPS and QCCs.
Twelve Words That Make A Difference. Analyze Take it apart Chunk it Think about the small chunks Decompose Look deep into it Break it down!
PERFORMANCE VERBS English August Directions: Make vocabulary cards using the Performance Verbs Make vocabulary cards using the Performance Verbs.
12 Powerful Words Increase Test Scores and Help Close the Achievement Gap.
Increasing Critical Thinking POWER VERBS with. Recall Level (Knowledge/Comprehension)
12 Powerful Words. Help all students: To better understand what each question means To become familiar with words that require higher order thinking skills.
Power Verb! : …Hmmm…that means to follow step by step from beginning to end. Trace the major events of the American Revolution from I can do.
E.O.I. TESTING April 17 th thru May 3 rd. Prepare by: Get appropriate amount of sleep Eat a nutritious breakfast Hydrate yourself Do Your Best On The.
Strategies to Achieve Reading Success. Finding Main Idea Good readers find the main idea by figuring out the most important idea in a reading passage.
POWER WORDS. To come to a conclusion based on detailed information or to make an educated guess. Example: If your friend goes into his house to ask his.
Explicit (adj) O Fully, clearly expressed; easy to understand O The teacher’s mood was explicit; she yelled and screamed, “I am so upset about your behavior.
Character and Leadership Development Mr. Anderson Hoover Middle School.
12 Words Every Student Should Know That’s right, every student. Yes, even you there, in the blue shirt.
Reading Strategies By: Mrs. Berry. Tabs on your foldable 1.Predict/Infer 2.Monitor/Clarify 3.Phonics/Decoding (Think About Words) 4.Question 5.Evaluate.
Vocabulary For Test Taking. Describe Tell how something LOOKS, SOUNDS, TASTES, FEELS or SMELLS. You can also tell how something is USED or behaves Tell.
Increase Test Scores and Help Close the Achievement Gap
Larry Bell’s 12 Power Words Mr. Bellisario. Pretest List in steps, steps to starting a car Outline the life of Martin Luther King Jr.
Trace: Follow the pathway, step by step. Analyze: Look at each part. Figure out why; break it down.
Test-Taking Strategies. Basic Test Taking Strategies.
“The 12 Powerful Words Pictures and examples provided courtesy of: Linda Brumfield, Middle Paxton Elementary School December 2007 Please extend the courtesy.
Test Taking Strategies for the Classroom February 27, 2013 Oxford Preparatory Academy.
Third Grade by Serena Georges Reading Vocabulary Words.
Outline Explain the development Back up the information Prove it with details Provide evidence.
Increasing Critical Thinking POWER VERBS with. Remembering Level.
Feeling the pressure of looming CRCT testing week?
Literacy Initiative Public Schools of Robeson County.
An assessment to determine how well the students have learned the Georgia Performance Standards for their grade level.
ACADEMIC VOCABULARY 7 TH HONORS. ANALYZE Definition: break something down into its parts Synonyms: examine, study, scrutinize, explore.
SPRINGBOARD Unit One – Last Minute Review. List the 5 types of text structures.
Maniac Magee Literary Elements. Maniac Magee Literary Elements Chapters
Characters People or animals in a story. Setting Tells where and when the story takes place.
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