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Nominalizations statements that make verbs nouns ie

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Nominalizations: Statements that make verbs nouns. I.e. “Take into consideration” or “Consider.”
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Qualifiers: Words that help avoid general statements you cannot defend. Introductions: Extended Metaphor Reversal (Surprise) Extended Definition Series of questions Narration Appeal to Audience Fictional Scenario Startling Scenario Series of Images Conclusions: Look at a broader scope Bookending Anecdote, Fact Remind the reader of relevance Titles: Alliteration Ask a question Avoid labels and categories Play on words Metacommentary Paragraph format 1. topic sentence 2. expression and explanation 3. the purpose and connection 4. evidence 5. quote or ethical supplement 6. explanation of quote 7. connection to topic 8. summary of topic and cliffhanger
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Building literacy through collaboration Foldable parent night Reading outside of school open library night Vocabulary newsletter Billie brags Mentoring Picture posters Family reading journals Academic Disciplinary literacy Brining in local authors Short answer response writing process Answer the question Cite where you have evidence of this Explain how the quote supports your answer Summarize and stretch to the deeper meaning of the story while responding to the question make connections make predictions make inferences use context clues use text features identify text structures use graphic organizers to pinpoint particular types of text information write comments or questions on self-stick notes or in the margins
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