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Set I R.R.W.

Nash- Set I Reading Reference Words 2010

a statement that can be proven true or false fact
a statement of feeling or belief opinion
a rule that applies to many examples generalization
being able to know the type of person based on available character traits characterization
the time and place of a story setting
something in a story that gives proof evidence
the main reason for writing a selection author's purpose
clues or hints given to learn new words or draw conclusions context clues
an event that makes something happen cause
an outcome or result of other events effect
clues the author gives that something happens later in the story foreshadowing
creating mental pictures to help comprehend the story visualize
tell the most important parts in a few sentences summarize
a reasonable decision based on information or details conclusion
Created by: brendanash