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Countdown-FCAT 10 Day 1

What are three (3) types of context clues? a definition or synonym, an antonym, the general meaning of the passage
What is, context? A word's setting .The order of words in a sentence create [this ] and determine its meaning.
What are 3 active listening techniques? 1. Lean toward speaker, 2. Make eye contact, 3. Summarize/restate the speaker's main idea
What is, editing? altering and improving the punctuation , spelling, grammar, and neatness of an essay
What is, a transition? Can you list some examples of transitional words used to compare and to contrast? A word or phrase used to link ideas. It helps the reader to make connections. compare- similarly, also, likewise contrast-but, however, although, instead
What is, revision? Altering and improving the context of an essay.
What is, a thesis statement? A type of statement that states the main idea of an essay.
What are, 6 purposes of writing. Explain, Inform, Persuade, Entertain, Describe, Analyze
What are, elements of an effective concluding sentence? This element should effectively provide a satisfying ending, and omit new ideas.
What are the elements of an effective introductory sentence? This element should effectively introduce the main idea,omit a detailed explanation of any idea, and capture the reader's attention.
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