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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
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