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EOC Question Stem Vocabulary List 1 Quiz date – Friday, April 4 th. Word #1 – Inferred . Question – What can be inferred from the statement below? Definition - to derive by reasoning; conclude or judge from premises or evidence.

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Eoc question stem vocabulary list 1 quiz date friday april 4 th

EOC Question Stem Vocabulary

List 1

Quiz date – Friday, April 4th


Word 1 inferred

Word #1 – Inferred

Question – What can be inferred from the statement below?

Definition - to derive by reasoning; conclude or judge from premises or evidence.

Discuss – What exactly is that question asking? Which synonyms could we use to replace inferred in that question?


Word 2 assumption

Word #2 - Assumption

Question – What assumption can the reader make about the character?

Definition - something taken for granted; a supposition (the act of supposing).

Discuss – What exactly is that question asking? What is the difference between an inference and an assumption?


Word 3 objective

Word #3 - Objective

  • Question – What is an objective summary of the selection?

  • Definition - not influenced by personal feelings, interpretations, or prejudice; based on facts; unbiased.

  • Discuss – What exactly is that question asking? What is the difference between an objective summary and a subjective summary?


Word 4 significance

Word #4 – Significance

  • Question – What is the significance of the statement below from the last paragraph?

  • Definition – importance.

  • Discuss – What exactly is that question asking? How would the question be different if you replaced significance with meaning?


Word 5 advance

Word #5 - Advance

  • Question – How does the author use language to advance his/her point of view?

  • Definition - to improve; to further; to raise in rank.

  • Discuss – What exactly is that question asking? How is advance(d) used differently in this sentence?

    “The general advanced the troops.”


Word 6 summarizes

Word #6 –Summarizes

  • Question – Which statement summarizes the central idea of the selection?

  • Definition - state or express in a concise form.

  • Discuss – What exactly is that question asking? What does concise mean? What is the purpose of a summary?


Word 7 effect

Word #7 - Effect

  • Question - What is the effect of the simile below?

  • Definition – Something that is produced from a cause or result.

  • Discuss – What exactly is that question asking? How would the question be different if effect was replaced with purpose?


Word 8 impact

Word #8 - Impact

  • Question - What is the impact of the author’s use of words in the sentence below?

  • Definition – the influence or force exerted by an idea or concept.

  • Discuss – What exactly is this question asking? How do effect and impact differ?


Word 9 depth

Word #9 – Depth

  • Question – How does the author introduce additional depth to the conflict between the characters?

  • Definition – Complexity; further details beyond the initial meaning.

  • Discuss – What exactly is that question asking? How would you approach and tackle this question?


Word 10 connection

Word #10 - Connection

  • Question – Which statement describes the connection between the selection and the simile below?

  • Definition – An association or relationship

  • Discuss – What exactly is this question asking? How did you make connections on the first short response question on the midterm (the PTSD & Breaking Night question)?


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