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Epiphany words

TermDefinition
Analysis the act of breaking into smaller components for the purpose of study and examination.
Citation a reference from a text brought forward as a support
Detail a particular fact or piece of information about something or someone
Draw make
Experience personal contact with a fact or event or an observation of a fact or event
Explicitly clearly stated
Fact a piece of information used as evidence; the truth about a person, place, thing, or idea
Inference a logical assumption based on observed facts from the text and one's own knowledge and/or experience
Prior Knowledge awareness gained before personal contact with a fact, event, or observation
Several three or more
Strong able to perform a specified action well and powerfully
Support to hold up; reinforce
Textual Evidence fact or information used as support for whether a belief or preposition is true or valid
Created by: FirstLadyVal