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Academic Vocabulary


Construced Responce a written answer to a question, problem or statement; includes the Answer, Cite evidence from the text to support your answer, and Explanations to extend the evidence
Extended Constructed Response a longer constructed response.
Narrative Prose a writing that uses narrative techniques such as completing a story, changing the beginning or ending of a story by writing from a different point-of-view, adding descriptive details, sensory language (imagery), and dialogue
Extended Response a fully developed essay including an introduction, body and conclusion that addresses a question, problem or statement; evidence and explanations are used to support answer; based on two reading passages; argumentative or informational/expository
Cite to quote or paraphrase information from a passage or author to support an answer or claim
Evidence information used to support an answer; reasons given to support a claim
Sufficient enough; an adequate amount
Prior Knowledge having previous insight or knowledge about a particular topic before reading
Inference Reading facts and evidence to reach a logical or reasonable conclusion; An educated guess
Main Idea important information that tells about the overall idea of a paragraph or section of a text
Supporting Details facts, statements, and specific examples that guide the reader to a full understanding of the main idea.
Audience the people who will be reading the writing
Created by: renaprincess04



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