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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.

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Words that make us feel intimidated or confused when answering questions

.

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analyze

What

YOU think it means:

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Example Question:

Which of the following analyzes how the author used personification?

Break apartThink it throughBreak into pieces

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compare

What

YOU think it means:

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Example Question:

Compare the government of Great Britain to the governments of the United States.

All the ways they are the sameHow are they alike?Identify similarities

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contrast

What

YOU think it means:

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Example Question:

Contrast the governments of the United States and Cuba.

All the ways they are oppositeHow are they unlike?Identify differences

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describe

What

YOU think it means:

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Example Question:

Which of the following best describes the author’s mood?

Tell in your own wordsGive detailsWho, What, When, Where, Why, & How

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evaluate

What

YOU think it means:

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Example Question:

Evaluate the value of X in this equation.

Judge its worthSolve ~ ExamineTest for the truth

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explain

What

YOU think it means:

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Example Question:

Based on this paragraph, explain how viruses spread from one person to another.

Tell howTell all about itWho, What, When, Where, Why, & How

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formulate

What

YOU think it means:

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Example Question:

Formulate an opinion about this issue and express it in a short paragraph.

Come up withMake a planDevelop

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infer

What

YOU think it means:

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Example Question:

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?

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predict

What YOU think it means:

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Example Question:

In a short paragraph, predict how the story will end.

An educated guess What will happen next?Look into the future

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summarize

What YOU think it means:

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Example Question:

Which of the following best summarizes the story?

Give the short versionTell the main partsThe main idea and key points

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support

What

YOU think it means:

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Example Question:

Which of the following sentences best supports the main idea?

Back it up with detailsGive reasons and examplesHow do you know?

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trace

What

YOU think it means:

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Example Question:

Using the paragraph, trace the steps of cell mitosis.

List in order or stepsUse sequenceTrack/Follow/Outline

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12 POWERFUL WORDS

analyze

: to break apartcompare: to show how things are alikecontrast: to show how things are differentdescribe: to tell about

evaluate

:

to judge

explain

:

to tell

how

or

why

formulate

:

to create

infer

:

to

read between the

lines

predict

:

what will happen next

summarize

:

to give a short

version

support

:

to back it up with evidence

trace

:

to

outline or list in

steps

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12 Powerful Words by Larry Bell

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12 Power Words Exit Slip:

Get out a blank notebook page

NDP and number 1-12Match the 12 Power Words to the appropriate definition

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analyze

compare

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 details

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TRADE and grade

Describe

PredictAnalyzeCompareExplainInferFormulateSummarizeTraceContrastEvaluateSupport


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