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bradley and zack

fcat vocabulary

door 1door 2
Author's Purpose Decide on the reason the author wrote the passage.
Author's Attitude Attitude is a tone of voice worked into a piece of writing just as in a tone of voice when someone is speaking aloud.
Compare is the process of looking for similarities.
Contrast The difference between two or more objects.
inference Is making connections between the various information given.
generalizations Is the specific type of inference in which you formulate a general rule based on the data provided.
conclusion Is a common type of inference skill you form judgement or opinion based on the details in a passage.
predictions Invovle thoughts or actions that could continue beyound the passage into the future.
propaganda Is a type of persuasive monloge or one-sided message intended to coerce others to agree with a idea.
learning by analysis this means to use all the above strategies to develope a rich vocabulary of words that you have taken apart and put back together with context and history and smaller elements to understand the words at many levels/
Created by: batista