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Reading Vocabulary

Reading Vocabulary and Definitions

TermDefinition
adjective A word that describes a noun
author A person who writes a story or other text
blend A group of letters that work together while keeping their own sound
capitalization Using capital letters
character A person, animal, or other creature in a story
digraph A group of letters that work together to make one sound
fiction A story that is made up by the author and is not true.
fluency To read with speed and accuracy (To read like you talk)
illustrator A person who draws or takes pictures for a story
main idea What the story is all about
non-fiction A story that is true, based on real people, places, things, or events
noun A person, place, thing, or idea
punctuation Marks used to separate sentences and different parts within a sentence
setting Where and when the story takes place
verb An action word
Created by: kswartz