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20 questions
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  • Q1
    Synonyms for main idea
    Central Idea and Key Idea
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  • Q2
    The most important point the author makes about the topic. This can be found at the beginning, end of the passage or implied by the text.
    Main Idea
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  • Q3
    Ideas that support the main idea. These can be facts, examples, reasons, anecdotes (stories) and descriptions that expand on the main or central idea.
    Supporting Details
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  • Q4
    details to support an argument
    Evidence
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  • Q5
    to retell
    Recount
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  • Q6
    figure out, decide
    Draw Conclusion
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  • Q7
    examine, determine
    Analyze
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  • Q8
    express
    Articulate
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  • Q9
    The most important details or events of a story or article from the beginning, middle, and end.
    Summarize
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  • Q10
    How the writer organizes information.
    Text Structure
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  • Q11
    A type of text structure that points out similarities and differences between two or more subjects.
    Compare/Contrast
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  • Q12
    A type of text structure that presents steps in time order
    Chronological
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  • Q13
    A type of text structure that shows how one event makes other events happen
    Cause/ Effect
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  • Q14
    A type of text structure that describes a conflict and how it's resolved.
    Problem/ Solution
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  • Q15
    To make notes in a text by either writing or drawing words, phrases, or pictures.
    annotate
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  • Q16
    Reading this first can help you with predicting what the text is about before reading.
    title
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  • Q17
    Clues in surrounding text that help the reader determine the meaning of an unknown word
    context clues
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  • Q18
    A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning
    inference/infer
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  • Q19
    to make clear by examples or pictures
    illustrate
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  • Q20
    Captions or words that give you information about the text.

    subheadings

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