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September Vocabulary


to examine carefully analyze
Which vocabulary goes on the line? How do scientists ________________ the data they collect? analyze
My synonyms are: examine, evaluate, study, investigate, scrutinize analyze
Which vocabulary goes on the line? Students must learn to _______________ text closely. analyze
using reasoning to develop a conclusion; background knowledge + information from the text inference
Material that is presented to show or prove that something else exists or is true evidence
My synonyms are: proof, clue, indication, testimony, sign, data evidence
Which vocabulary goes on the line? His argument was solid because he made certain to include relevant__________________ from the text to support his ideas. evidence
Which vocabulary goes on the line? I can ________________ that someone close to her died because she is crying in a black dress outside a funeral home. infer
Which vocabulary goes on the line? I made an _________________ that Percy had powers with water after I read about the scene in the bathroom with Clarisse. inference
My synonyms are: guess, conclusion, hypothesis, hint, assumption, reasoning inference
a statement you believe to be true; your answer claim
My synonyms are: request, statement, declare, answer, assertion, allegation. Which vocabulary am I? claim
Which vocabulary goes on the line? John made the_______________ that he hit three home-runs this season. claim
Which vocabulary goes on the line? When writing, you should state your ______________ after restating the topic. claim
Which vocabulary goes on the line? He cited _____________ from the text to support his claim about the character. evidence
Created by: TMoar



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