SBS:Literacy Level 08 v4 Vocabulary

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Oral Expression and Listening

argument

body language

coherent

collaborative discussion

consensus

content

credibility

delivery

delivery and expression

enunciation

eye contact

inflection

pace/rate

posture

pronunciation

rate

relevant evidence

roles in a group process (e.g., task-oriented roles, social roles, individual roles)

tone

valid reasoning

volume

Reading for All Purposes

affixes

allusions

analogies

analogy

author’s perspective

author’s purpose

author’s style

body language

categorization

central idea

character traits

clincher sentence

conclusion

conflict

connotation

content-area vocabulary (e.g., parallel, culture, genus)

context clues

counterarguments

credibility

denotation

dramatic irony

electronic media

enunciation

fact

figurative language

inference

inflection

judgment

main idea

mood

motivation

motive

multimedia

mythology

opinion

organizational patterns of fictional text (e.g., frame story, plot sequence, flashbacks)

organizational patterns of informational text (e.g. cause/effect, problem/solution, sequence/chronological order, compare/contrast, proposition/support)

paraphrase

plotline

point of view

posture

print media

rate

reading strategy

reliability

rhetoric

roots

scaffolds

signal words

summary

supporting details

supporting evidence

theme

thesis

tone

topics entence

volume

word origins

Writing and Composition

abbreviations

active and passive verbs

active and passive voice

argument

audience

capitalization

citation

claim/counterclaim

clarity

classification/division

coherency

comma usage

conditional and subjunctive mood

contractions

conventions

domain-specific vocabulary

editing

ellipsis usage

evidence

explanatory

formatting

gerunds

imperative

indicative

infinitives

interrogative

link

organization

organization/organizational patterns

organizational structure

participles

position

process analysis

purpose

quotations

revision

search engine

style

supporting details

technology

tone

transitions

Research and Reasoning

accuracy

citation

citation

credibility

direct quotations

evidence

inquiry

investigation

MLA format

paraphrase

paraphrasing

plagiarism

plagiarism

primary/second source

search engine

self-generated questions

synthesize