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AWL April 2018

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to compare (two people or things) to show how they are different contrast
Which vocabulary goes on the line? His essay ____________ the life of a student in present time with those growing up at the turn of the century. contrasted
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The novel contained many _____________ elements of good and evil. contrasting
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The __________ of color within the painting caught my eye. contrast
My synonyms are: difference, distinction, divergence, disparity. What vocabulary am I? contrast
using reasoning to develop a conclusion; background knowledge + information from the text = inference inference
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
to supply with critical or explanatory notes; comment upon in notes; to add notes or comments to (a text, book, drawing, etc.) annotate
Which vocabulary goes on the line? He __________the text as he read so he was able to have a deeper understanding of the article. annotated
Which vocabulary goes on the line? “Please ____________ the text as you read to improve your understanding of the text,” said the professor. annotate
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The ____________ helped the students understand the articles as they read. annotation
My synonyms are: comment on, mark up, explanation, add notes, interpret, footnote. What vocabulary am I? annotate
to show (something, like thinking); to make (something) known ; to think carefully about reflect
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The completed project _________ his creativity and passion for the subject. reflected
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The child’s behavior ______________ her parents’ teaching. reflected
Which vocabulary goes on the line? By _____________ on the lesson, they were able to identify any misunderstandings and reveal their learning. reflecting
My synonyms are: ponder, think, consider, study, contemplate, wonder. What vocabulary am I? reflect
an inherent characteristic attribute
Which vocabulary goes on the line? Honesty is a positive ___________________ to find is a friend. attribute
Which vocabulary goes on the line? Models must have the most perfect physical ____________________, in order to get selected to appear in popular magazines. attributes
My synonyms are:aspect, quality, characteristics, traits, aspect, feature. What vocabulary am I ? attribute
the order in which things happens or should happen sequence
a small part or piece of a longer work excerpt
to make certain that something is accurate and true verify
My synonyms are: passage, piece, part, selection, notation, quote, section, portion. Which vocabulary am I? excerpt
My synonyms are: arrangement, series, order, progression, pattern, succession. Which vocabulary am I? sequence
My synonyms are: validate, justify, authenticate, prove, confirm, certify, corroborate, backup. Which vocabulary am I? verify
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The student failed to answer the questions in the proper _________________ on the scantron. sequence
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The__________________ of events in the story was complicated. sequence
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The ________________ we are analyzing is from The Lightning Thief. excerpt
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The small ________________ from Joseph Campbell’s book provides information about the hero’s journey. excerpt
Which vocabulary goes on the line? Can you ________________ whether I am scheduled to work or not? verify
Which vocabulary goes on the line? With security increased, they'll need to_____________ who you are. verify
Which vocabulary goes on the line? There was no _____________ that the device actually worked other than what he said. evidence
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
to mention (something) especially as an example or to support an idea or opinion cite
Which vocabulary goes on the line? He ___________ evidence from the text to support his claim about the character. cited
Which vocabulary goes on the line? You could not refute or argue, his claim because he __________ strong evidence from the text. cited
Which vocabulary goes on the line? Be certain to _________ relevant evidence to support your plan, so you can convince the committee you are serious. cite
My synonyms are: quote, indicate, refer to, mention, allude to, reproduce, name, specify. What vocabulary am I? cite
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The ______________ of the birthday festivities included balloons and cake. elements
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The game could not begin as we were missing a key ____________, the referee. element
Which vocabulary goes on the line? Effort and organization were key ______________ in his success. elements
My synonyms are: component, part ,factor, section, portion, segment, ingredient, piece. What vocabulary am I? element
a particular part of something (such as a situation or activity) element
Which vocabulary goes on the line? He cited _____________ from the text to support his claim about the character. evidence
existing or happening before the present time previous
Which vocabulary goes on the line? She thought back to her ______________ experience to make certain she was prepared for the event. previous
Which vocabulary goes on the line? Ralph declined the invitation as he had a _____________ engagement. previous
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The ___________ edition of the video did not contain the additional material that this one has. previous
My synonyms are: prior, earlier, before, antecedent, former, precede. What vocabulary am I? previous
a guess that you make based on the information you have about the size, amount, etc. of something estimate
Which vocabulary goes on the line? Their rough ___________ was that the project would take them two weeks to complete and be able to do a good job. estimate
Which vocabulary goes on the line? Could you provide us with an _______________ of the cost to repair the car? estimate
Which vocabulary goes on the line? “I wanted an______________, but the repairman failed to provide one,” Roger said. estimate
My synonyms are: approximation, guess, ball park, deem, appraisal. What vocabulary am I? estimate
what something is mainly about; the essential part of something gist
Which vocabulary goes on the line?After reading the first paragraph, she jotted down ________ notes in the margin for later reference. gist
Which vocabulary goes on the line? Did you get the _________ of the article? gist
Which vocabulary goes on the line? Maddy understood the ___________ of the story and decided to turn her attention to the details. gist
My synonyms are: point, essence, crux, core, summary, basis, idea. What vocabulary am I? gist
one of the parts of something (such as a system or mixture: an important piece of something component
Which vocabulary goes on the line? She made certain all _____________ of the experiment were included so the data would be accurate. components
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The _____________of the machine were no longer produced. components
Which vocabulary goes on the line? I failed to obtain all of the ____________ to successfully complete my project. components
My synonyms are: element, piece, cog, part. What vocabulary am I? component
to compare (two people or things) to show how they are different contrast
Which vocabulary goes on the line? His essay ____________ the life of a student in present time with those growing up at the turn of the century. contrasted
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The novel contained many _____________ elements of good and evil. contrasting
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The __________ of color within the painting caught my eye. contrast
My synonyms are: difference, distinction, divergence, disparity. What vocabulary am I? contrast
find the solution; reach a decision resolve
Which vocabulary goes on the line? They were able to __________ their problems with a little bit of compromise. resolve
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The brothers haven’t been able to __________ their conflict and it has caused hard feelings within the family. resolve
Which vocabulary goes on the line? She_______________ to give up junk food and begin a healthier lifestyle. resolved
something that is advantageous or good; an advantage benefit
Which vocabulary goes on the line? Does Paul understand that the ____________ of studying far outweigh the costs to his free time? benefits
Which vocabulary goes on the line? Richard ____________ from the tips he received from his soccer coach. benefited
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The___________ of exercising for your health are too numerous to mention. benefit
to have an effect on; influence; alter impact
Which vocabulary goes on the line? Parents’ values strongly __________ their children, and how they choose to live their lives. impact
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The student was negatively _____________ by the teacher’s criticism. impacted
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The music in the classroom next door was _____________ the students’ abilities to concentrate. impacting
My synonyms are: influence, effect, control, sway . What vocabulary am I? impact
to continue to do something or to try to do something even though it is difficult or other people want you to stop persist
Which vocabulary goes on the line? The unruly student _____________ in his disruptive behavior despite his teacher’s request that the stop. persisted
Which vocabulary goes on the line? Carl mastered tai kwon do because he was _______________. persistent
having a connection with the subject or issue relevant
Which vocabulary goes on the line? None of his answers were directly _______________ to the topic we studied last week. relevant
Which vocabulary goes on the line? Any ___________ information should be given to the police. relevant
Which vocabulary goes on the line? In order to get full credit for the essay, we must support our writing with ____________ evidence. relevant
My synonyms are: pertinent, applicable, significant. What vocabulary am I? relevant
My synonyms are: continue, carry on, endure. What vocabulary am I? persist
My synonyms are: good, sake, advantage, well-being. What vocabulary am I? benefit
My synonyms are: determine, solve, decide. What vocabulary am I? resolve
My synonyms are: disclose, divulge, tell, expose. What vocabulary am I? reveal
to make known; to show or prove that (someone or something) is a particular type of person or thing. reveal
Which vocabulary goes on the the line: One's true personality is ___________________ through his or her actions. revealed
Which vocabulary word goes on the line? We will end up in a drought if this dry weather __________. persists
Which vocabulary word goes on the line? An auto salesman rarely _____________ the total cost of an automobile prior to its purchase. reveals
Which vocabulary word goes on the line? reveal After tapping on the hat, a magician will ___________ that one object has been changed into another. reveal
to change or alter; to become different or more diverse vary
not quite exact or correct approximate
My synonyms are: point out. stress, importance, prominence, highlight. Which vocabulary am I? emphasize
My synonyms are: alter, change, differ. Which vocabulary am I? vary
My synonyms are: close., estimate, roughly, about, circa. Which vocabulary am I? approximate
My synonyms are: anticipate, forecast, foresee, anticipate, conclude. Which vocabulary am I? predict
Which vocabulary word goes on the line? We _______________ the distance of the race at three miles. approximate
Which vocabulary word goes on the line? The ______________ time of the crime was 10 o'clock in the morning. approximate
Which vocabulary word goes on the line? The baby giraffe weighed ____________ 200 pounds. approximately
Which vocabulary word goes on the line? The orchestra ___________ last night's program with one new selection. varied
Which vocabulary word goes on the line? The age at which children are ready to read _________. varies
Which vocabulary word goes on the line? The landscape begins to ___________ as one drives south. vary
Which vocabulary word goes on the line? The famous young model usually ___________ her eyes with mascara. emphasizes
Which vocabulary word goes on the line? The movies tend to ___________ political issues. emphasize
Which vocabulary word goes on the line? His speech ___________ how relevant determination is to success. emphasized
Which vocabulary word goes on the line? For years geologists have been trying to figure out how to ____________ these often-catastrophic events. predict
Which vocabulary word goes on the line? It should help firemen to ___________ the behaviour of wildfires a few hours in advance. predict
Which vocabulary word goes on the line? The _____________ he made in his science experiment was nearly accurate. prediction
to stress; single out as important emphasize
to tell in advance predict
to give to a common supply, fund, or purpose contribute
Which vocabulary goes on the line? He _____________________ to many charities in the past. contributed
Which vocabulary goes on the line? Ancient civilizations are responsible for many important _________________________ to our society today. contributions
My synonyms are: give, add, supply, donate, provide. Which vocabulary am I ? contribute
Created by: TMoar
 

 



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