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vocab chapter 1

vocab chapter 1 critical analysis

genre a category of artist composition as in music or literature
objective not influenced by personal feelings or opinions
prior knowledge is the knowledge the learner already has before they meet new information
criteria a principle or standing by which something may be judged or decided
annotation a note of explanation or comment added to a text or diagram
misconception a view or opinion that is incorrect because it is based on faulty thinking
predictive reading predicting the future of what you are reading
close reading thoughtful, critical analysis of a text
familiarize give knowledge or understanding of something
context the circumstance that form the setting for an event statement or idea
syllabus an outline of the subject in a course of a study or teaching
degree evaluation someone who makes sure your complete every required corse
default failure to for fill an obligation even to repay a loan or in court
developmental concerned with the evolution
pre - requisite class required in order to the next class
accommodation something to help students succeed
disqualified not eligible for something
commencement to start new with
certificate a document of reconition
transcript a paper with classes and overall grades
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