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SCHEMA. Information that you already know that comes from your brain. SETTING. The time and place the story occurs; where & when it happened. ANALYZE. To examine critically, so as  to bring out the essential elements or give the essence of. METACOGNITION. Thinking about your own thinking.

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SCHEMA

Information that you already know that comes from your brain.


SETTING

The time and place the story occurs; where & when it happened.


ANALYZE

To examine critically, so as 

to bring out the essential elements or give the essence of.


METACOGNITION

Thinking about your own thinking


Week 2


ALOOF

Removed or distant either physically or emotionally.


DUMBFOUND

To make speechless with amazement; astonish.


CONTEMPTUOUS

Manifesting, feeling, or expressing deep hatred or disapproval.


GALLANT

Brave, spirited, noble-minded, or chivalrous.


WEEK 3


STEREOTYPE

A set of inaccurate, simplistic generalizations about a group that allows others to categorize them and treat them accordingly.


BLEAK

Cold and harsh; gloomy and dreary


NONCHALANT

Having an air of easy unconcern or indifferent; acting like you don’t care.


SAVVY

To know; understand


Week 4


ELITE

The best or most skilled members of a group.


IRONIC

Coincidental; unexpected.


CREDIBLE

Capable of being believed; trustworthy or reliable.


INCREDULOUS

Doubtful; disbelieving; skeptical


Week 5


FACADE

A false or superficial appearance.


PREMONITION

An advanced warning.


ELUDE

To avoid or escape by speed, cleverness, or trickery.


WISTFUL

Full of yearning or desire combined with sadness.


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