Pod I, 3&4: compare. Pod II, 1&2: contrast. Pod II, 3&4: describe. Pod III, 1&2: evaluate. Pod III, 3&4: explain. Pod IV, 1&2: formulate. Pod IV, 3&4: infer. Pod V, 1&2: predict. ID: 689577
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12 Powerful Words
Pod I, 1&2: analyze
Pod I, 3&4: comparePod II, 1&2: contrastPod II, 3&4: describePod III, 1&2: evaluatePod III, 3&4: explainPod IV, 1&2: formulatePod IV, 3&4: inferPod V, 1&2: predictPod V, 3&4: summarizePod VI, 1&2: supportPod VI, 3&4: tracePod VII will work with other pairs
Work with your shoulder partner to compose a definition for your assigned power word: Each partner will have 30 seconds talk time to inform; then odds will finalize a definition while evens record it on the white-board to share with the class.Slide3
Words that make us feel intimidated or confused when answering questions
YOU think it means:Slide5
Which of the following analyzes how the author used personification?
Break apartThink it throughBreak into piecesSlide6
YOU think it means:Slide7
Compare the government of Great Britain to the governments of the United States.
All the ways they are the sameHow are they alike?Identify similaritiesSlide8
YOU think it means:Slide9
Contrast the governments of the United States and Cuba.
All the ways they are oppositeHow are they unlike?Identify differencesSlide10
YOU think it means:Slide11
Which of the following best describes the author’s mood?
Tell in your own wordsGive detailsWho, What, When, Where, Why, & HowSlide12
YOU think it means:Slide13
Evaluate the value of X in this equation.
Judge its worthSolve ~ ExamineTest for the truthSlide14
YOU think it means:Slide15
Based on this paragraph, explain how viruses spread from one person to another.
Tell howTell all about itWho, What, When, Where, Why, & HowSlide16
YOU think it means:Slide17
Formulate an opinion about this issue and express it in a short paragraph.
Come up withMake a planDevelopSlide18
YOU think it means:Slide19
In the story, infer how Red Riding Hood felt when she realized the wolf was Grandma.
What do you think?Figure it outWhat are they trying to say?Slide20
What YOU think it means:Slide21
In a short paragraph, predict how the story will end.
An educated guess What will happen next?Look into the futureSlide22
What YOU think it means:Slide23
Which of the following best summarizes the story?
Give the short versionTell the main partsThe main idea and key pointsSlide24
YOU think it means:Slide25
Which of the following sentences best supports the main idea?
Back it up with detailsGive reasons and examplesHow do you know?Slide26
YOU think it means:Slide27
Using the paragraph, trace the steps of cell mitosis.
List in order or stepsUse sequenceTrack/Follow/OutlineSlide28
12 POWERFUL WORDS
: to break apartcompare: to show how things are alikecontrast: to show how things are differentdescribe: to tell about
read between the
what will happen next
to give a short
to back it up with evidence
outline or list in
12 Powerful Words by Larry BellSlide30
12 Power Words Exit Slip:
Get out a blank notebook page
NDP and number 1-12Match the 12 Power Words to the appropriate definitionSlide31
contrastdescribeevaluateexplainformulateinferpredictsummarizesupporttrace___ to tell about___ what will happen next___ to break apart___ all the ways they are alike___ to tell how
___ to read between the lines
___ to create
___ to give the short version
___ to list in steps
___ all the ways they are different
___ to judge
___ to back up with detailsSlide32
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