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Unit 4 Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
Adjective a word that describes a noun or a pronoun
Decoding applying knowledge of letter-sound relationships in order to sound out a word; in reading practice, the term is used primarily to refer to word identification rather than word comprehension
Editing a stage in the writing process when a written text is prepared for an audience by attending to and correcting mechanics, grammar, and spelling
Figurative Language language not intended to be taken literally but layered with meaning through the use of imagery, metaphors, and other literary devices
Mental Image visualizing physical details from a text such as actions, character, scenes, events, and setting
Multisyllabic Word a word having more than one syllable
Phonics a method of reading instruction that helps students build understanding of sound–symbol relationships and spelling patterns
Syllable a unit of pronunciation having one vowel sound
Text Evidence paraphrased or directly quoted detail(s) from a text that supports a reader’s claim, thought, inference, or analysis about the text
Word Choice the author’s thoughtful use of precise vocabulary to fully convey meaning to the reader
Created by: victoriasparks