SBS:Literacy Level 10 v4 Vocabulary

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Contents

Oral Expression and Listening

audience

body language

challenge

civil

claims

clarify

clear

collaborative

concise

contradiction resolution

conventions of English grammar such as listed in L.9-10.1

democratic

divergent perspectives

enunciation

evidence

eye contact

findings

inflection

logical

occasion

posture

purpose

rate

reasoning

supporting evidence

synthesize

task

tone

verify

vocabulary specific to PowerPoint or other current tools available

volume

Reading for All Purposes

analyze

conclusion

connotation

content vocabulary based on appropriate instructional text and content

context clue

denotation

dictionary

etymology

figures of speech

glossary

historical and literary significance

inference

mediums

message

multimedia

nuances

part of speech

preliminary

representation

seminal U.S. documents

supportive evidence

theme

thesaurus

tone

verify

word changes

word choice

Writing and Composition

coherence

cohesion

colon

conclusion

content vocabulary based on appropriate instructional text and content

context clue

description

development

dialogue

dictionary

etymology

formal style

glossary

implications

independent clause

inner monologue

narrative techniques

noun

objective tone

organizational structure

pacing

parallel structure

part of speech

point of view

precision

preliminary

processed writing

reflection

semicolon

sensory language and detail

sequence

significance

support

thesaurus

thesis

topic

transitions

types of clauses (e.g., independent, dependent; noun, relative, adverbial)

types of phrases (e.g., verb, adjectival, adverbial, participial, prepositional and absolute)

verify

word changes

Research and Reasoning

academic honesty

advanced searches

authoritative print and digital sources

broad

categorize

cite

integration of information

narrow

paraphrase

plagiarism

quote

research question

standard format for citation and correlating terms (e.g., author, title publisher, copyright, etc.)

summarize

synthesize