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Teas 6 test Reading King Henry VII- Expository • The word infamous in the passage means – Notorious Social Media- Persuasive • It’s talking how now of days there’s a lot of news on the inter... net, which some are true and some are fakes. People just share them depends on how they feel about it. • It’s trying to get people to fact checking before just posting random information. (By Tamika Y.) UFO- Narrative • It’s talking about aliens, and an old man that got lost. (READ THE PASSAGE, Is on The GROUP :) Greek Theater- Expository The robbery passage (Dog and Humans are Best friend)- Persuasive • When it asks how would you rename this passage answer is (Jewel Thief on the Lose) Frida Kahlo- Expository/ Informative • They will ask you to put her life in chronological order and the answer to that question is: First, she got hit by a train; Next, she started drawing pictures of herself; Then, she married Diego. (Credit to Tamika Young for this) Casino Passage- Persuasive • It’s trying to explain how is better to go to a Casino then buying a lottery ticket. Buying a lottery ticket, you have a lowest change of winning than going to a Casino and playing. The Chili Recipe- Expository • Read carefully the Recipe and the questions. • One of the answers is to rinse the beans first. Central Park Passage- Expository / Informative • All I remember is that it’s a famous park in New York. • The passage will ask you to put the sentences in chronological order. (By Tamika Y.) Time Management- Chimney Passage- Type of Passages: • Expository: Something you find in an academic journal, a recipe, etc. (Very technical) (Teach, Inform, or explain.) • Technical: Is like following steps to complete something. • Narrative: Telling a story and entertain • Persuasive: Making you believe something or to do something. • Descriptive: Give physical details or provide unique characteristics Most know this: • Author Purpose: His reason to write a specific topic. • Theme: The subject to talk, a piece of writing, a person thoughts. • Topic: that part of a sentence about which something is said. (a conversation) • Main Idea: Is usually in the first sentence, overall idea of the paragraph. • Fact: Something that it can be prove is true. • Opinion: A view or judgment. • Bia: Against something or someone. • Compare: two or more • Inform: Give facts • Entertain: Fiction • Express: Feelings • Stereotypes: A characteristics ascribed to groups of people involving gender, race, origin, etc. • Cause and Effect: The author describes a situation and then its effects. • Compare and Contrast: The author explores the similarities and differences between two or more things. • Chronological: The author list events in the order in which they happened. • Mood: Influences a reader emotional state in the piece. • Tone: Describes the author’s attitude toward the topic. To Respond to Questions, you Should know this: • Almanac: A book that gives you important dates such tidal waves, astronomical events, etc. • Thesaurus: A dictionary that has definitions, synonyms and antonyms. • Bibliography: A list of books, magazines, articles, etc. • Biography: Story of someone written by someone else. • Autobiography: Story of someone written by the same person. • Atlas: A book of maps or charts. • Appendix: A section or table at the end of the book. • Index: Reference in alphabetical order to where everything is in the book. • Glossary: Alphabetical list of terms of words with definition. The word Disseminate is in one the Passages and they ask you what does it means: Answer will be (Spread of disperse) • Metaphor: A figure of speech containing an implied comparison, in which a word or phrase ordinarily and primarily used of one thing is applied to another. Example: Noah Has a heart of a lion • Simile: A comparison of two different things using the words LIKE or AS. Example: On her first day of school, Jane was as cool as a cucumber. • Forum: Online message board. • Rhetorical: Used for effect not meaning. • Memorandum: A written informal note usually used for business purposes. • Sequential: Following SET of Orders. (First, Second, Third, Next, While, Last, Before, After) • Anecdote: A short story that illustrates a concept but isn’t the main idea. Math Section: Percentages (Very Important, Must Know): Covert Decimal to Percent by: Multiplying by 100 Convert Percent to Decimal by: Divide by 100 Convert Decimal to a Fraction by: Milli means: one thousand of something 1Liter (L) = 1000mL 1 Yard (Yd.) = 3 Feet (Ft) 12 Foot = 4Yd 1inch = 12 Ft Less than < Less or Equal than ≤ Greater than > Greater or Equal than ≥ Irrational Number: A number that can NOT Be expressed as terminating or repeating decimals. Rational Numbers: A number that can be expresses as a fraction. • Example: 1/2 Contextual: Related to surrounding content. *************CONTINUED************* [Show More]

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