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Vocabulary

RL.6.1 RI.6.1 W.6.2

TermDefinition
Implicit 1. Is implied or understood though not directly expressed. 2. Adjective
Explicit 1. Is fully and clearly expressed; leaving nothing to be implied. 2. Adjective
Analysis 1. Is taking out the main points from a text and asking questions about these main points so that you can interpret the text's message. 2. Verb
Claim 1. Is something the author is trying to convince the reader of. It is usually something that hasn't yet been proven true. 2. Noun
Textual Evidence 1. Is used to support a claim by the author. 2. Noun
Argument 1. Is expressing a point of view on a subject. 2. Verb
Conclusion 1. Is written to tell readers what they should remember from an informational text. 2. Noun
Cite 1. Is using an example from the text as evidence for or justification of an argument or statement. 2. Verb
Paraphrase 1. You are restating or rewriting part of a text or passage in another form or different words. 2. Verb
Evidence 1. Helps readers form a conclusion or response. 2. Noun
Relevant 1. Having a connection with the information being shared, the question being asked, or the topic being written about. 2. Adjective
Informative 1. Information is useful, interesting, and accurate. 2. Adjective
Citation 1.Is the stating of the author of a specific passage or idea. 2. Noun
Selection 1. Is the first and most important step in the information search process. 2.Noun
Explanatory 1. Writing is made or included to explain, inform, or make something clear. 2.Adjective
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