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Opinion THIS is what someone thinks about something and is not necessarily true or untrue. It is a personal belief or judgment.
Paraphrase When you do this, you reword a selected passage of text in YOUR own words, while keeping the basic meaning the same.
Persuasive Writing When a writer writes like this they are trying to convince readers to share their views. A writer states his or her opinion and then supports it with facts and examples that may convince the readers.
Prediction THIS is an inference or guess made about the future.
Propaganda THIS is a language used to influence our opinions, emotions, attitudes, and behaviors. Their purpose is to persuade us to believe in something or to do something we would not normally do.
Reference Book THIS contains information and is not meant to be read cover to cover like a story, but instead is used to look up facts. (Dictionary or Encyclopedia).
Resource THIS is something that can be used for support or help. Books, essays, and interviews are examples of this.
Source THIS refers to the origin of information such as letters, documents, books, or interviews.
Summarize THIS is what we do when we take larger selections of text and reduce them to their bare essentials.
Table of Contents THIS is found at the front of a book and lists the book's chapters or sections and their page numbers.
Textbook THIS is a manual of instruction or a standard book in an branch of study.
Thesaurus THIS is a work that contains synonyms and antonyms.
Title THESE are important because they can identify the text, attract attention to the text, create interest in the text, and describe it.
Topic Sentence THIS often appears as the first sentence in the paragraph. It is the main sentence of the paragraph because it introduces its main idea.
Allegory THIS is a story in which people, things, and actions represent an idea about life. They are stories written as fables, parables, poems, stories, and almost any other genre.
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