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Unit 5 Terms

Ready 4th Grade Unit 5

diagrams a simple drawing that is used to explain something
quantitative describes information in the form of numbers or other data, or, describes information in the form of quantities, or amounts, of things
timelines a chart that shows the dates of important events duringg a certain time period
interpret to explain the meaning or significance of certain information
visuals pictures that appear with a text, such as photographs, diagrams, and time lines
graph a chart that is used to show the relationship between two sets of numbers
persuade to cause someone to do something or to think a certain way about something, by giving them good reasons for it
reasons an explanation for why an idea might be right or true
points ideas that authors present to convince readers that something is true
evidence facts, details, quotes, or other pieces of information used to support a claim, point, or an idea
integrate to put together or combine information on a topic from more than one source
topic the general subject of a text
knowledgably in a manner that shows a clear understanding of something or, to speak or write about a topic like an expert
Created by: mseemann