Java Games: Flashcards, matching, concentration, and word search.

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summaryIt briefly restates main idea and the most important details.
main ideaIt is the most important idea in a story that can be stated in one sentence.
inferencingWhat is likely to happen?
factsDetails which tell who, what, where, when, why, and how. They can be proven.
opinionsIt is a thought, feeling, or attitude.
sequencingWhat happened first, next, then, finally and in what order?
problemIt is something a character struggles with in a story.
plotThe events that happen in a story.
predictionsUse your own experiences and information from the story to guess what might happen.
compareHow are things alike?
contrastHow are things different?
causeA person, thing, or even that makes something happen.
effectSomething made to happen by a person or thing.
purposeThis is a plan or intention by an author.
feelingsExamples are joy, sorrow, fear,anger, and happiness.
emotionsA very strong feeling of any kind.
graphic sourcesThese show information in different ways and in picture form.
settingThis is the when and where of a story.
analogiesThis is a way to compare similiar things.
synonymsA word that means the same thing.
antonymsA word that means the opposite.
homonymsThese are words that sound the same but are spelled differently and have different meanings.
prefixesA group of letters added to the beginning of a root word.
suffixesA letter or group of letters added to the end of a root word.
legendA story coming down from the past.
folktaleA story or legend originating and handed down from common people.
fableA story that is made up to teach a lesson.
advertisementThis is a public announcement.
newspaperSheets of paper printed every day of the week, telling stories, ads, and sharing pictures.
prove itWhere did you find the information in the story?


Reading Support Teacher
Liza Jackson Preparatory School
FL

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