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Testing Vocabulary

TermDefinition
analyze to study (something) closely and carefully; to learn the nature and relationship of the parts of (something) by a close and careful examination
draw conclusion to make a judgment after considering all the information is read 3. evidence: your basis for belief or disbelief; knowledge on which to base belief; detail/information from a text
infer the reasoning involved in drawing a conclusion or making a logical judgment on the basis of circumstantial evidence and prior conclusions
identify to find (recognize) something or someone and be able to give important details about who or what he, she or it is
evaluate to judge or examine something carefully to decide its value or worth
interpret to establish or explain the meaning or significance of something
synthesize to combine different ideas, influences, or objects into a new whole
compare liken somebody or something to another
primary purpose main reason for doing or using something
connect to join; to put together or associate
justify prove; give a reason for
central idea main part of the story
supporting detail facts or elements that support or reinforce
unifying idea ideas that bring the writing or story together
context clues: using words around an unfamiliar words to figure out the meaning
extraneous not relevant or applicable; not essential or important
summarize to give a shortened version of something that has been said or written, stating its main points
resolution where the story comes to a satisfying end; the lesson or resolution is further explained
convey to communicate; to impart; make known
implied suggest; to make something understood without expressing it directly
contribute to give; to furnish
narrative story; giving an account of something
informative giving information
literary relating to literature, writing, or the study of literature
Created by: thomas12344