Discipline: Social Studies

Grade Level: 11th, 12th

Course: Economics

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Comparing Economic Systems
Academic
Vocabulary
To separate an intellectual whole in order to investigate and evaluate its parts; the results of such thinking.
A form of reasoning designed to demonstrate the truth of a particular point of view. A statement offered as proof or evidence of the veracity of a point of view with the goal of persuading a reader or listener to agree.
The act, process, or condition of holding together or being well connected.
The end or last part of something; often includes a judgment, decision, or call to respond to what has been read, discussed, etc.
The accepted ways or techniques of communicating in writing, drama, literature, art, etc.
The believability or truthfulness of someone or something.
The organization of production, distribution, and consumption within a group, society, or political state.
A brief literary composition focused on a particular subject; it usually presents an author’s personal point of view.
To judge the value or worth of something.
A statement or message that describes something so that it is understandable to the reader or listener.
The system by which a community is ruled; the structure that informs, shapes, and sustains the distribution and exercise of authority in a political state.
A reasonable guess or extension of a concept that is based on observations and logic.
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.
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.
To list or review the main points.
A word with the same – or close to the same – meaning as another word or words.
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.
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