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Vocabulary Strategy. Step 1 Write the vocabulary word in the center of a 3x5 card with holes punched at the top (the same width as binder rings so they can be clipped into your notebook). Write the word neatly in normal print (not large block print). fiduciary. Step 2

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Vocabulary Strategy

Step 1

Write the vocabulary word in the center of a 3x5 card with holes punched at the top (the same width as binder rings so they can be clipped into your notebook). Write the word neatly in normal print (not large block print).

fiduciary

Step 2

Flip the card over and write the word’s part of speech in

the upper right-hand corner; if needed write the pronunciation

guide in the left-hand corner. Write the definition at the

bottom of the card in the middle.

fi doo shee er ee

adjective

Related to money;

holding something in trust

Step 3

Think of an image that represents the word

or is associated with the word and draw a

picture in the center of the card. It’s best if it’s hand-drawn.

fi doo shee er ee

adjective

Step 4

Self-test until you don’t

have to look on the back

for the definition. Try using

the word in different sentences.

Related to money;

holding something in trust