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B.E.S.T. Standards Vocab Review

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Christmas Escape

In order to escape the snow globe, you need to answer each question correctly. If not, you will get trapped!

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Missions

2.Rhetorical Appeals

3.Text Structure

4. Context Clues & Word Relationship

Final gift

1.Figurative Language

Identify the figurative language used in the sentence "You snore louder than a freight train".

Alliteration

Hyperbole

Metaphor

Question 1/4

Identify the figurative language used in this sentence: "The scenic view from my window is a gorgeous painting"

Imagery

Simile

Metaphor

Question 2/4

Identify the figurative language in the sentence: "The sun greeted me this morning"

Personification

Metaphor

Imagery

Question 3/4

Identify the figurative language in the sentence: "Don't be such a Scrooge this Christmas"

Simile

Allusion

Metaphor

Question 4/4

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Gifts to decorate!

Incorrect!You get coal.

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Missions

Final gift

2. Rhetorical Appeals

3. Text Structure

4. Context Clues & Word Relationships

1. Figurative Language

Question 1/4

Logos

Pathos

Kronos

Ethos

An appeal to people's conscience, morals, or ethics

Question 2/4

Logos

Ethos

Pathos

Kronos

Statistical Data (numbers) is normally used in this appeal

Question 3/4

Ethos

Pathos

Kronos

Logos

A commercial designed to tug at your heartstring is using...

Question 4/4

Ethos

Pathos

Logos

Kronos

Ladies and gentlemen of the jury: we have not only the fingerprints, the lack of an alibi, a clear motive, and an expressed desire to commit the robbery… We also have video of the suspect breaking in. The case could not be more open and shut."

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Gifts to decorate!

Bad kidslist

Wrong!

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Missions

Final gift

2. Rhetorical Appeals

3.Text Structure

4. Context Clues & Word Relationship

1.Figurative Language

Chronological Order

Question 1/4

Compare and Contrast

Cause and Effect

Problem and Solution

Katy Perry is a singer. Taylor Swift is another, but she likes to compose love songs although Katy prefers more casual. Which text structure did the author use?

Description

Question 2/4

Problem and Solution

Compare and Contrast

Cause and Effect

Thomas Edison became known as " The Wizard of Menlo Park" in 1877 when he invented the phonograph. Edison's phonograph allowed people to record sounds and replay them. Though this technology was unimpressive by today's standards - his recordings would only play few times and the sound quality was poorer - back then Edison's device appeared to be magical. That's why people called Edison "The Wizard of Menlo Park," because they suspected him of witchcraft.

Problem and Solution

Question 3/4

Cause and Effect

Chronological Order

Description

You may not know who Mark Zuckerberg is but I bet you know about Facebook. Zuckerberg and his roommates launched Facebook from their college dormitory at Harvard. Facebook started off as just a "Harvard thing", but Zuckerberg and roommates spread it to other universities like Stanford, Dartmouth and NYU. As Facebook grew in size and popularity, Zuckerberg took investmentsbut resisted buyout offers. The founders maintained control and in 2012 Facebook became a publically traded company. Today Facebook is one of the world's most popular websites and Zuckerberg is the CEO. Facebook has over one billion users and Zuckerberg is one of the 25 richest people in America.

Description

Question 4/4

Problem and Solution

Chronological Order

Compare and Contrast

Wild chimpanzees are rapidly disappearing. Some people are trying to solve this problem. Otherwise, chimpanzees may one day exist only zoos. People are trying to save the rain forests and woodlands where the chimps live from bring cut down. It will take many people working together to solve this problem.

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Gifts to decorate!

Incorrect!You lose gifts.

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Missions

Final gift

2. Rhetorical Appeals

3. Text Structure

4. Context Clues and Word Relationship

1. Figurative Language

Question 1/4

To confuse readers and make the text more challenging.

To test readers' ability to guess the meaning of unknown words or phrases

To provide additional information about know words or phrases.

To help readers understand the meaning of unknown words or phrases.

What are context clues used for?

Question 2/4

Antonym

Synonym

Homonym

Homophone

Two words having the same or nearly the same meaning

Question 3/4

Homonym

Homophone

Antonym

Synonym

Two words have the same pronunciation and spelling but have different meanings.

Question 4/4

Antonym

Homonym

Homophone

Synonym

Two words having the same pronunciation, but have different spellings and meanings.

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Gifts to decorate!

Incorrect!Smokey chimney.

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Missions

Decorate

2.Stars

3.Lights

4.Bows

1.Baubles

Merry Christmas!

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Do you want to leave without decorating your Christmas tree?