Limited Time Offer: Get 2 Months of ABCmouse.com for only $5!

Task Card (PLEASE PRINT)

 

Please print this out after Oct. 19th We will be using them starting the second nine-weeks.  

 We are using this daily in class. Print it out to help with the note-taking process.  

 

FCAT  VOCABULARY WORDS Vocabulary (LA. A. 1.3.2)

1)Convey meaning To communicate or make known; impart

 2)Imply meaning to express or indicate  indirectly 

3)Reveal To bring to view; show

 4)Origin the point at which something begins 

5)Root the basis from which a word is derived by adding affixes 

6)Phrase a word or group of words forming a syntactic constituent 

7)Quotation a passage referred to, repeated, or adduced 

8)Prefix an affix attached to the beginning of a word, base, or phrase 

9)Suffix an affix occurring at the end of a word, base, or phrase

 

 Patterns of Organization  (LA. A. 2.3.1)

1)additional paragraph  paragraph  added 

2) connection contextual relation or association/ relationship in fact

3)order arranged put into a correct or suitable sequence, relationship, or adjustment 

4)develop add detail and fullness to; elaborate: 

5)conclude to bring to an end 

6)first before another in time, space, or importance 

7)after following in time or place 

8)organize To form a coherent structure 

9)structure something arranged in a definite pattern of organization  

 

Main Idea (LA. A. 2.3.1)

1)Accomplishment Something that has been achieved or gained

 2)Lesson something learned by study or experience 

3)Moral the practical lesson or significance, the significance of a story or event 

4)Topic sentence a sentence that states the main thought of a paragraph or of a larger unit of discourse and is usually placed at or near the beginning 

5)Central Idea Of primary importance, basic ideafundamental idea, most essential, main idea

6)Summary a brief statement that presents the main points in a concise form 

7)Main Goal something that one hopes or intends to accomplish 

8)Essential Message  to communicate a specific message  underlying theme or idea 

 

Plot Development (LA.E.2.3.1 & LA.E.1.3.2)

 )flashback interruption of chronological sequence (as in a film or literary work) by interjection of events of earlier occurrence 

2)foreshadow to represent an indication or  a suggestion beforehand 

3)conflict/central conflict Opposition between characters or forces in a work of drama or fiction, especially opposition that motivates or shapes the action of the plot. 

4)tone the quality of something (an act or a piece of writing) that reveals the attitudes and presuppositions of the author 

5)mood a characteristic (habitual or relatively temporary) state of feeling

 6)reaction an action or attitude opposing current forces or ideas 

7)resolution the point in a work of literature at which the main conflict is worked out 

8)quality a basic characteristic  

 

Validity and Accuracy (L.A.A.2.3.8)

1)Fact a piece of information about something presented as true and accurate  

2)Opinion a judgment OR BELIEF  about a person or thing 

3)Reason a statement given to explain a belief or act 

4)strengthen To make stronger 

5)most valid worthy of belief , logically correct and meaningful 

6)relate to show or establish logical or causal connection  

7)support  back upreinforcement

8)evidence something that gives  proof of fact  

 

Compare and Contrast (LA. A. 2.2.7)

1)similar having characteristics in common : strictly comparable

2)common belonging to or shared by two or more individuals or things or by all members of a group 

3)appropriate especially suitable or compatible 

4)comparison the act or process of comparing: as a) the representing of one thing or person as similar to or like another b) an examination of two or more items to establish similarities and dissimilarities 

5)contrast comparison of similar objects to set off their dissimilar qualities 

6)compare to represent as similar 

7)different partly or totally unlike in nature, form, or quality 

8)more than used as a function word to indicate the second member or the member taken as the point of departure in a comparison expressive of inequality   

 

Cause and Effect (LA. E. 2.2.1)

1)main reason The main statement given to explain a belief or act 

2)factor Something that contributes to the production of a result 

3)forces the quality of conveying impressions intensely in writing or speech  

4)influence the power or capacity of causing an effect in indirect

5)cause reason for an action or condition 

6)effect something that inevitably follows an antecedent  a distinctive impression 

7)affect to produce a significant influence upon or change in 

8)impact the force of impression of one thing on another : a significant or major effect

 

 Author´s Purpose and Point of View (LA.A. 2.3.2)

1)persuade to win over to a belief or to a course of action by argument or earnest request 

2)agree to give one's approval 

3)author thinks What the author forms or has in the mind 

4)tone Style or Manner of expression in speech or writing 

5)attitude : a particular feeling or way of thinking about something
 : the position of something in relation to something else 

6)value something (as a belief) that is valuable or desirable

7)point of view A way of looking at or thinking about something     

 

 Interpretation & Synthesis of Information (LA. A. 2.3.5)

 1)suggest  to mention or introduce (an idea, proposition, plan, etc.) for consideration or possible action.

2)central idea of primary importance,basic ideafundamental idea, most essential, main idea

3)concept an abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances

4)relate make a logical or casual connection

5)details  contents,  inside information

6)support back upreinforcement

Get 2 Months for $5!