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Third Grade Vocabulary Words 2013-2014. Quiz 1 Declarative Sentence

Dec 23, 2015

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  • Third Grade Vocabulary Words 2013-2014
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  • Quiz 1
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  • Declarative Sentence
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  • Declarative sentences make a statement. They use a period.
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  • Exclamatory Sentence
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  • Exclamatory sentences show strong emotions. They use an exclamation point.
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  • Interrogative Sentence
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  • Interrogative sentences ask a question. They use a question mark.
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  • Imperative Sentence
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  • Imperative sentences make a command or request. They use a period.
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  • Science
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  • Science is a subject we study in school that helps explain how things work in the world. Magnets, habitats, rocks & minerals, soils, fossils, & ecology are the focus for 3 rd grade.
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  • Social Studies
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  • Social Studies is a subject in school we study in school that helps explain about the past. Government, Ancient Greece, map skills, economics, & 9 historical figures are the topics for 3 rd grade.
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  • Sum
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  • Sum is the answer to an addition problem in math.
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  • Difference
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  • Difference is the answer to a subtraction problem in math.
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  • Main Idea
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  • Main idea is the most important thought from a paragraph or larger section of text.
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  • Characters
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  • Characters are animals, people, or things represented in a text.
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  • Vocabulary Quiz 1 1. The answer to a subtraction problem in math. 2. Animals, peoples, or things that are represented in a text. 3. A subject we study that explains how things work in the world. Rocks& Minerals, Fossils, Magnets, etc.. 4.A sentence that asks a question and ends with a question mark. 5.The answer to an addition problem in math. 6. A sentence that shows strong emotion & ends in an exclamation point. 7. A subject that we study that explains about the past. Government, economics, map skills, etc 8. The most important part of a paragraph or larger text. 9. A sentence that is a command or request that ends in a period. 10. A sentence that makes a statement and ends in a period. Word Bank: Sum Difference Interrogative Sentence Main Idea Exclamatory Sentence Science Declarative Sentence Social Studies Imperative Sentence Characters
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  • Vocabulary Quiz 1 1.Difference= The answer to a subtraction problem in math. 2. Characters=Animals, peoples, or things that are represented in a text. 3. Science=A subject we study that explains how things work in the world. Rocks& Minerals, Fossils, Magnets, etc.. 4. Interrogative Sentence=A sentence that asks a question and ends with a question mark. 5. Sum=The answer to an addition problem in math. 6. Exclamatory Sentence= A sentence that shows strong emotion & ends in an exclamation point. 7. Social Studies= A subject that we study that explains about the past. Government, economics, map skills, etc 8. Main Idea=The most important part of a paragraph or larger text. 9. Imperative Sentence=A sentence that is a command or request that ends in a period. 10.Declarative Sentence= A sentence that makes a statement and ends in a period.
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  • Vocabulary Quiz Week 2
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  • Expanded Notation
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  • Expanded Notation is when a number is written out with each of its digits showing their value.
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  • Place Value
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  • Place Value is the value of a digit based upon its place, within the number.
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  • Summarize
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  • When you summarize a passage you are putting it in your own words.
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  • Predictions
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  • A prediction is what you think will happen next in a passage or story.
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  • Habitat
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  • A habitat is the place where organisms live and find food.
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  • Swamp
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  • A swamp is a habitat that has stagnant or still water.
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  • Piedmont
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  • The Piedmont is found in the middle part of our state between the mountains and the coastal plain.
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  • Lines of Longitude
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  • Lines of Longitude run up and down on a map or globe.
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  • Lines of Latitude
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  • Lines of latitude are lines that run across maps or globes.
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  • Compass Rose
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  • A compass rose is a diagram of directions that is located on every map or globe.
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  • Vocabulary Quiz 2 1. Retelling the story in your own words. 2. A diagram of directions on a map or globe. 3. The middle part of our state located between the mountains and the coastal plain. 4.Imaginary lines that run across a map or globe. 5.A habitat that has stagnant, or still water. 6. Imaginary lines that run from the top to the bottom of a map or globe. 7. A place where organisms live and find food. 8. What you think will happen next in a passage or story. 9. When a number is written out with each of its digits showing their value. 10. The value of a digit based upon its place, within the number. Word Bank: Compass Rose Swamp Place Value Lines of Latitude Piedmont Prediction Expanded Notation Lines of Longitude Summarize Habitat
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  • Vocabulary Quiz 2 1. Compass Rose= A diagram of directions on a map or globe. 2. Swamp= A habitat that has stagnant, or still water. 3. Place Value=The value of a digit based upon its place within the number. 4. Lines of Latitude=Imaginary lines that run across a map or globe. 5. Piedmont=The middle part of our state located between the mountains and the coastal plain. 6. Prediction= What you think will happen next in a passage or story. 7. Expanded Notation=. When a number is written out with each of its digits showing their value. 8. Lines of Longitude=Imaginary lines that run from the top to the bottom of a map or globe. 9. Summarize= Retelling the story in your own words. 10. Habitat= A place where organisms live and find food.
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  • Vocabulary Quiz 3
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  • Democracy
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  • A government ruled by the people.
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  • Direct Democracy
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  • Any qualified citizen votes directly on laws and policy.
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  • Representative Democracy
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  • People elect representatives to vote on laws & policy.
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  • Fall Line
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  • Southern boundary of the piedmont region, where there are a lot of waterfalls.
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  • Coast
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  • A habitat where land meets the ocean.
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  • Atlantic Ocean
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  • A large body of salt water that borders the eastern United States.
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  • Supporting Details
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  • The facts, reasons, and examples that explain the main idea.
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  • Infer
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  • Ideas about characters & events that are not written.
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  • Estimate
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  • To find out how many, instead of the exact number.
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  • Fact Family
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  • 3 numbers that are related through a math operation.
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  • Vocabulary Quiz 3 1. A government ruled by the people 2. A large body of salt water that borders the eastern United States. 3. Any qualified citizen votes directly on laws & policy. 4.The facts, reasons, & examples that explain the main idea. 5.People elect representatives to vote on laws & policy. 6 Ideas about characters & events that are not written. 7. Southern boundary of the piedmont region, where there is a lot of waterfalls. 8. To find out about how many, instead of the exact amount. 9. A habitat where land meets the ocean. 10. 3 numbers that are related through a math operation. Word Bank: Democracy Fact Family Coast Direct Democracy Estimate Atlantic Ocean Representative Democracy Infer Fall Line Supporting Details
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  • Vocabulary Quiz 3 1. Democracy= a government ruled by the people. 2. Direct Democracy= any qualified citizen votes directly on laws & policy. 3. Representative Democracy =People elect representatives to vote on laws & policy. 4. Fall Line=Southern Boundary of the piedmont region, where there is
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