Discipline: English/Language Arts

Grade Level: 7th

Course: Social Studies/Reading Course: 7th Grade Ancient Civilizations

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To separate an intellectual whole in order to investigate and evaluate its parts; the results of such thinking.
To examine for the purpose of exploring the similarities and/or differences between two or more entities, ideas, etc.
The accepted ways or techniques of communicating in writing, drama, literature, art, etc.
To put a piece of writing into an acceptable form.
The behaviors, beliefs, institutions, art forms, and all other aspects of a group’s work and thought which are shared through their social interactions and express their unique characteristics.
To convey an idea or an impression through speech or writing.
To consider (something) in speech or writing with another person(s).
To examine the kind and quantity of errors or mistakes that occur on a particular assignment; a way of determining areas of difficulty.
A brief literary composition focused on a particular subject; it usually presents an author’s personal point of view.
A work of literature that is imaginary, invented by its author, not factual or true.
A meaning that exaggerates or alters the literal meaning of a word, sentence, essay, etc.
A reasonable guess or extension of a concept that is based on observations and logic.
The individual aspects of a piece of writing such as its theme, conflict, characterization, setting, tone, perspective, etc. and how an author uses these to communicate his/her ideas.
What a writer expresses and a reader understands. It is communicated by the words, phrases, and sentences that describe objects, concepts, and the context of a piece of writing.
To arrange in order of importance.
A sober, intentional, and careful consideration.
Something that relates to the subject under consideration.
Scholarly investigation or careful study for the purpose of presenting accurate and detailed information about a topic, person, and so on.
A fixed number of lines of verse that form a unit within a poem.
The way the parts of something are arranged to form a whole.
The way something is said, expressed, performed, or completed; it is the unique way of communicating that sets a person, piece of writing, speech, etc. a part from others.
The literal or precise meaning of something.
The main idea, subject, or topic.
The way something is expressed to convey mood or emotion. For example, changes in pitch to communicate different meanings.
The principles, standards, or beliefs considered desirable and worthwhile by a person or a group.
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