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Brad & Walt's

FCAT Vocabulary

Main Idea The central point of a passage.
Conclusions A common type of inference skill.
Predictions Involves thoughts or actions that could continue beyond the passage into the future.
Inferences Making connections between the various pieces of information given in the test or reading between the lines.
Generalizations Type of inference in which you formulate a general rule bases on the data provided.
Author's purpose Why a writer writes a particular text.It may be to entertain, to teach a lesson, to create a mood or to persuade.
Author's Attitude Also called tone, is a style of writing reflecting an author's attitude towards a topic.
Compare The process of looking for similarities.
Contrast Differences between two or more objects, characters, or ideas.
Details Look answers to the 5W's and H: Who?, What?, Where?, When?, Why?, and How?
Created by: undertaker