Academic Vocabulary 2015
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KindergartenFirst GradeFirst Grade mClass Specific VocabularySecond GradeThird GradeFourth GradeFifth GradeSixth GradeSeventh GradeEighth GradeEng IEng IIEng IIIEng IV
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AlphabetadjetiveswhoAdverbabstract nounsReading LiteratureAccurateAnalysisAlternateAllusionsAllusionAllegoryAnnotate Abstract
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AuthoraudiencewhatAlliterationaudienceinferenceAdageBiasAnalyzeAnalogyAsideAllusionCitation Analyze
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BackblendswhenAnalyze
compare/contrast similarities/differences
themeAnalyzeBibliographicAudienceAnalyzeBiasAnalysisContext Annotate
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Beginningcharacter traitswhereApostrophecaptionsdramaAppositionCoherentCategorizeArgumentativeConnotation
Andecdotal Information
Counterclaim Connotation
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BookcollaboratewhyAuthor's Purposecause and effectprose
Argumentative
ConventionsClarifyBiasCoherenceArchetypeDiction Evidence
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CapitalcommahowBold Printcomplex sentencemythology
Author’s craft
ConveyCollaborateCharacterizationClausesAudienceEthos Explicit
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Characters
complete sentence
settingBulletsconclusionverseAutobiographyCiteComplexityCitationComedyClarityExplicit Diction
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Consonant
compound sentence
part of the storyCaption
connections/connected
meterBiographyCredibleCompositionClaimClaimCoherenceFallacy Implicit
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DetailscomprehendlearnComparecontext cluesstage directionsCitecuesconceptual/conceptConnotation/denotation
Character Motivation
CollaborationImplicit Inference
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DifferentconjunctionexplainConclusiondiagrams/mapsnarrationClauseElaborateConciseElaborateDenotationColon Usage
Literary nonfiction
Media
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EndconnectionshappenedContext CluesdialogueCompareexplanatory textCorrespondEvaluateDictionConsensusLogos MLA/APA
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Eventsdefineimportant partContractionfable
Reading Informational Text
ConcludeExplicitlyElaborateEvidence
Dynamic Character
Counter ClaimMLA/APA Objective
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Exclamation mark
detailalikeContrastfigurative languagechronologyConjunctionsfigurative/connotativeEmbellishExplanatory/informationEvidenceCredibilityNuance Perspective
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FluentdiagraphdifferentDefinitionfolktalefirst hand accountConsultformal voiceEvidenceExpositoryFoilCultural PerspectiveParadox Purpose
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FrontdiscussioncompareDetailsgenresecond hand accountContrastGreek/Latin affixesExposureGeneralizeInferenceDigital MediaPathos Sarcasm
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GroupexpressioncontrastDiagramheadingstimelineDebateImpliedFigurativeImagery/sensoryMonologueEditorialRhetoric Satire
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Illustrationsfablefirst/next/lastExpressionillustrations/picturesanimationsDialectInferenceFormatInferenceMood
Essay Types: Argumentative, Expository, Narrative
Sarcasm Sonnet
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IllustratorfluencyproblemFable italicsinteractive elementsDialogueInformational textFunctionIronyObjectiveEuphemismSatire Style
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Lettersglossaryproblem solvedFactskeywordstext featuresElaborateInquiryImplementLiteral/FigurativeParallelismGeneralizationSeminal Structure
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LikeheadingbeginningFolktalelinetext structuresEstablishInterpretInconsistenciesMemoirPlot StructureGrammatical PhrasesStructure Subjective
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Listeninformational textmiddleGenreliteral/nonliteralEvaluateMultimediaInfluenceParaphrase
Figurative Language
OxymoronStyle Syntax
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Lowercase
lesson(moral of the story)
endGlossary
main idea/key details/specific details
Reading Foundational Skills
Evidencemultiple meaning wordsInteractPoint of viewPurposeParableSyntax Synthesis
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Main ideanarrative textsupportHeadingmoodaffixExamineParaphraseLiteraryRelevant/irrelevantSoliloquyParallel StructureSynthesis Tone
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MiddlenounsexplainHistorical Fiction
moral/central message/lesson
rootExpositoryPerceiveManipulateStereotype
Static Character
Parenthetical Citation (MLA)
Textual evidence
Voice
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periodopinionimportant ideasIllustrationmythExpressionPlagiarismMediumStyleSubjectivePronoun Types
Understatement
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Question markphrasereasonsIndexnarratorWriting
Figurative language
point of viewmoodSupport
Subject Verb Agreement
QualityValidity
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Readplotkey ideasInformativeplot/storylinetransitional wordsFluencypreliminary determinationValidSymbolismThemeSemicolon UsageVoice
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Retellpoemtext featuresIntroductionpoint of viewconcrete wordsGraphic
primary/ secondary sources
StructureTheme
Thesis Statement
Synthesize
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prefixidentifyGraphic
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RhymeproblemspecificItalicsprefix/suffixsensory detailsIdiomVagueSynthesizeTransition wordsToneTheme
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SettingpronounsinformationKey IdearecountformattingInferenceSignificanceTechnicalSatireTragedyThesis Statement
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Sight wordpunctuationexplainMain Ideasceneheadings
informational text
ThesistoneTextual Evidence
Characterization
Validity
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Sound outsegmentcause/effectMoralsequencequotationsInterjectionsNuancesUniqueThesisHyperboleWorks Cited
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SpacesequencelessonOpinionsidebarscategorizeInterpretrelevant evidenceRelevantWorks CitedPlagiarism
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TextsettingdescribeParagraphstanzaLogicalRubricCiteProtagonist
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TitlesolutionPlotsubheadingsSpeaking and ListeningMetaphorPronounsConnotation/DenotationAntagonist
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Title PagesolvePoemsummarizeparaphraseMoodEvaluateConflict
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UppercasesuffixPoint of Viewtext featurespose (ask a question)Multi-mediaExplicit
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VowelsummaryPronoun
theme/central message
NarrativeExplanatory
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WordsyllablesPurposeLanguageParaphraseInference
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table of contentsRevise/Editrelative adverbs/pronounsPerspectiveNuance
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text featureRhymeprepositional phrasesPersuasiveParaphrase
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verbsRhythmprogressive verb tensesPrepositionsPoint of View
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writing processSubheadingfragmentsProofread
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Table of Contents
run-onsProverb
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Text Featurescoordinating conjunctionQuote
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Topiccompound sentenceRealistic Fiction
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similesReflection
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metaphorsRegister
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idiomsResearch
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adagesRevise
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proverbsSimile
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synonymsSource
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antonymsStanza
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Summarize
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Theme
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Tone
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Validity
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Voice
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