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Author's Purpose The reason the author wrote the passage.
Propaganda The types of propaganda are Testimonials, Transfer, In-Crowd Appeal, and Bangwagon.
Compare & Contrast The process of looking for similarities and differences between two or more objects, characters, or ideas.
Sequence It requires you to make connections between events or instructions in a passage from the details you find.
Analyzing Look at something and understand its small units or parts.
Scanning Text Look the passage over quickly, yet carefully, for particular information.
Main Idea The central point of a passage, will many times be stated directly in the title, the beginning, or at the end of a passage.
Conclusion Form a judgement, or opinion based on the details in a passage as well as your personal knowledge and experience.
Tone The way the writer uses those words to convey a certain attitude or feeling to the reader.
Inferences Making connections between the various pieces of information given in the test or reading appropriately between the lines.
Created by: louanisha