RDG100 FINAL

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  1. The teacher tries to................daily activities into our homework to make it easier to understand.
    integrate
  2. INTEGRATE
    UNITE
  3. It is against the law for an apartment complex to.............. residents because some have children and others don't
    segregate
  4. SEGREGATE
    • SEPERATE
  5. The protesters .............. at the front of the White House to show their support of their beliefs.
    congregated
  6. CONGREGATE
    GATHER
  7. The police officer committed an.............act by throwing a defenseless elderly woman to the ground.
    egregious
  8. egregious
    OFFENSIVE
  9. Sally is very ............... because she loves to socialize with others while at parties.
    gregarious
  10. gregarious
    OUTGOING
  11. The information that my doctor was giving me was ................that I had to write it all down since it was a lot to remember.
    superfluous
  12. superfluous
    EXCESSIVE
  13. The young boys.................. behavior got him in trouble because he doesn't think before he act.
    impetuous
  14. impetuous
    HASTY
  15. When explaining words to my son, I use ............ to show similarities between two things.
    analogies
  16. analogies
    SIMULAR
  17. Rapper Snoop Dog is ............. for being in a gang
    notorious
  18. notorious
    KNOWN
  19. After losing the football game, the team's ............ was down so the coach decided to take the team out to dinner to help cheer them up.
    morale
  20. morale
    STATE OF SPIRIT
  21. Most people will behave in a civil manner, however, by acting in a uncivil way would be considered .................
    immoral
  22. immoral
    BAD BEHAVIORS
  23. END OF CHAPTER 8

    STRUCTURE ELEMENTS
    GRATE, GREG....
    IOUS......
    GRATE, GREG ----FLOCK

    IOUS--------FULL OF OR  CHARACTERISTICS OF
  24. The..............in our Government is the President since he is at the top.
    hierarchy
  25. hierarchy
    RANKING
  26. An.................  of the automobile was made before the actual car was built so that people could see the model before deciding to produce more.
    archetype
  27. archetype
    ORIGINAL MODEL
  28. In Hawaii, there was a royal ............. by the name of Queen Liliuokalani.(hahaha)
    monarch
  29. monarch
    RULER
  30. Cell phones are.................now days, since everyone has them where ever they go.
    omnipresent
  31. omnipresent
    EVERYWHERE
  32. The ...............for headaches is to get enough sleep and drink a lot of water.
    panacea
  33. panacea
    REMEDY
  34. When the building caught on fire, ................... broke out because no one knew what to do or where to go.
    pandemonium
  35. pandemonium
    CHAOS
  36. The..................  would not stay in the motel because that was beneath their status so they moved hotels and stayed in the presidential suite.
    aristocrat
  37. aristocrat
    ELITE
  38. One characteristic of .............. in the United States is that we, the people, elect a president every four years.
    democracy
  39. democracy
    Government
  40. The vegetarian decided to become ............... because he could not go without eating meat.
    omnivorous
  41. omnivorous
    eat meat and veggies
  42. People would say that our professor is ...............because she has an answer for everything.
    omniscient
  43. omniscient
    all knowing
  44. The................ view outside my window was remarkable since I could see the whole city.
    panoramic
  45. panoramic
    OVERVIEW
  46. The truck driver was ............... when he decided to take a different route than his usual route.
    anomalous
  47. anomalous
    DEVIATE
  48. END OF CHAPTER 9
    STRUCTURE ELEMENTS...
    ARCHY, ARCH
    OMNI-, PAN-
    CRAT, CRACY
    • ARCHY....RULER
    • ARCH.....ONE WHO RULES
    • OMNI-....ALL
    • PAN-...ALL
    • CRAT...ONE WHO RULES OR GOVERNS..
  49. My son's ...........doctor who specializes in young children is also available on the
    weekends and on call.
    PEDIATRIC
  50. The man was labeled a ............. after he was accused of sexually abusing a child.
    PEDOPHILE
  51. My ................. advised me to wear protective and comfortable shoes on my feet to prevent
    any injuries from occurring.
    PODIATRIST
  52. If she thinks she can still lecture us from her .................. of wisdom, she is wasting our time.
    PEDESTAL
  53. The ................ where the professor kept his notes was distracting because the stand was
    painted bright pink.
    PODIUM
  54. She encounters frequent reminders of her ............impact
    PEDAGOGY’S
  55. Jena was also a ................. who collected books and made book bindings.
    BIBLIOPHILE
  56. The Geek Squad at Best Buy must be ................ since they are experts with
    computers and high technology.
    TECHNOPHILES
  57. While reading books, I learned to ............... in the margins so it's easier for me to
    remember and keep notes about the subject.
    ANNOTATE
  58. The artist is an incipient .............. who is not far from being neurotic.
    INTROVERT
  59. Her husband would become gregarious, outgoing,an honest to goodness
    ................
    extrovert
  60. After reading the story, I ............... it by restating it in my own words.
    PARAPHRASED
  61. END OF CHAPTER 14
    STRUCTURE ELEMENTS
    PED
    POD
    AGOGUE
    PHILE
    PHILO
    • PED.... CHILD,FOOT
    • POD....FOOT
    • AGOGUE.....LEADER OF
    • PHILE , PHILO.....LOVE OF
  62. PEDIATRIC
    MEDICAL CARE FOR CHILDREN
  63. PEDIPHILE
    CHILD MOLESTER
  64. PODIATRIST
    CARE FOR FEET
  65. PEDESTAL
    BASE
  66. PODIUM
    ELEVATED PLATFORM
  67. PEDAGOGY
    ART OF TEACHING
  68. BIBLOPHILE
    COLLECTOR OF BOOKS
  69. To.............. with the food drive, the workers needed help with boxing the food.
    FACILITATE
  70. The ........... name that Jane uses when she goes out is Tanya, so that people she meets won't know her real name.
    FICTITIOUS
  71. The message that I got in my email was ...................since it was too confusing to understand.
    AMBIGUOUS
  72. My husband is ............... when it comes to choosing a place to eat, he doesn't care what he eats.
    AMBIVALENT
  73. My niece is .................... since she can write with either her right or left hand.
    AMBIDEXTROUS
  74. The bully of the school is always the ...............since he is always going against what the teachers say.
    ANTAGONIST
  75. The ................for Save the Whale Foundation was a representative for a special interest group.
    LOBBYIST
  76. My neighbor is studying to become a ................. since he is interested in his religion of God.
    THEOLOGIAN
  77.  
    His .............. was laid back since he had his food up on the table and his arms behind his head.
    DEMEANER
  78. The beautiful art in the museum has great ...............
    AESTHETICS
  79. END OF CHAPTER 17
    STRUCTURE ELEMENTS
    FAC
    FIC
    AMBI
    IST
    IAN
    • FAC....MAKE OR PRODUCE
    • FIC.....MADE UP
    • AMBI.....BOTH
    • IST.....SOMEONE OR SOMETHING THAT
    • IAN..........SOMEONE WHO
  80. BENEDICTION
    PRAYER
  81. BENEFACTOR
    DONOR
  82. BENEVOLENT
    • CHARITABLE
    • SUGGESTIVE OF DOING GOOD
  83. BENIGN
    NO DANGER TO HEALTH
  84. MALIGN
    HURTFUL
  85. MALEFACTOR
    CRIMINAL
  86. MALEDICTION
    CURSE
  87. EULOGY
    • PRAISE
    • POSITIVE SPEECH
  88. EUPHEMISM
    A DESCRIPTION USED TO BE MORE SENSITIVE TO A SUBJECT.
  89. END OF CHAPTER 16
    STRUCTURE ELEMENTS
    MAL
    BENE
    EU
    • MAL.... BAD
    • BENE...GOOD
    • EU....GOOD
  90. CONTROVERSY
    A DISPUTE
  91. COUNTERPART
    ONE THAT CLOSELY RESEMBLES ANOTHER
  92. CONTRABAND
    GOOD PROHIBITED BY LAW
  93. COUNTERPRODUCTIVE
    HARMFUL
  94. SOPHISTICATED
    HAVING ACQUIRED WORLDLY KNOWLEDGE.
  95. SOPHOMORE
    SECOND YEAR STUDENT
  96. PHILOSOPHY
    • STUDY OF BELIEFS
    • PRINCIPLES
  97. ANTISOCIAL
    STANDOFFISH
  98. ANTIESTABLISHENT
    AGAINST VALUES OR PRINCIPLES
  99. END OF CHAPTER 15
    STRUCTURE ELEMENTS
    CONTR COUNTER
    SOPH
    ANTI
    • CONTR CONTER...AGAINST, OPPOSITE
    • SOPH ....WISE WISDOM
    • ANTI ....AGAINST OR OPPOSED
  100. GENETIC
    INFLUENCED BY THE  ORIGIN OF SOMETHING
  101. GENSIS
    BIRTH
  102. GENOCIDE
    MASS MURDER
  103. MATRICIDE
    KILLING OF MOTHER
  104. PATRICIDE
    KILLING OF FATHER
  105. FRATICIDE
    KILLING OF SYBLINGS
  106. ECOCIDE
    DESTRUCTION OF THE NATURAL ENVIROMENT
  107. END OF CHAPTER 13
    STRUCTURE ELEMENTS
    GEN
    CIDE
    • GEN.... BIRTH BEGINING
    • CIDE ....TO KILL ...MURDER
  108. DEFERENCE
    • HONOR
    • RESPECT
  109. TRANSCRIBE
    • RECORD
    • TRANSLATE
  110. POSTSCRIPT
    FOOTNOTE
  111. INFER
    TO REACH AN OPINION
  112. INFERENCE
    DEDUCTION
  113. TRANSFER
    MOVE
  114. CONFER
    CONSULT
  115. SCRIBE
    • NOTE TAKER
    • JOURNALIST
  116. END OF CHAPTER 12
    STRUCTURE ELEMENTS...
    SCRIPT
    FER
    • SCRIPT....WRITE
    • FER......YIELD, BEAR
  117. CONNOTATIVE
    • HAVING THE POWER OF IMPLYING
    • INFERENTIAL
  118. PERSPECTIVE
    AWARENESS
  119. INFILTRATE
    • MOVE IN
    • PENETRATE
  120. DENOTATIVE
    DIRECT
  121. DECEPTIVE
    MISLEADING
  122. AB
  123. ABBREVIATE
    SHORTEN
  124. END OF CHAPTER 11
    STRUCTURE ELEMENTS
    IZE
    TIVE
    ATE
    • IZE....
    • ACT... STATE OR CONDITION OF
    • TIVE...
    • TO MAKE OR CAUSE TO BE
    • ATE ...
    • ACT STATE OF CONDITION OF
  125. PSYCHOLOGICAL
    MENTAL
  126. PHYSIOLOGY
    BODILY
  127. LATERAL
    SIDEWARD
  128. BI-LATERAL
    TWO SIDED
  129. UNILATERAL
    ONE SIDED
  130. TERRARIUM
    SMALL CONTAINER FOR PLANTS OF ANIMALS
  131. SOLARIUM
    SUN PARLOR
  132. OPULENT
    LAVISH
  133. FERVENT
    FEELING WITH PASSION
  134. AMELIORATE
    IMPROVE
  135. END OF CHAPTER 10
    STRUCTURE ELEMENT
    AL
    LAT
    IC
    IUM
    • AL...RELATES TO
    • LAT...SIDE
    • IC....RELATES TO
    • IUM.....RELATES TO , HOUSE OF
  136. CONGRATULATIONS!!!
    YOU WILL GET AN " A"
  137. TYPES OF THINKING...

    TREE MAP IS.....
    TREE MAP IS....

    • CLASSIFYING
    • SORTING
    • GROUPING
    • CATOGORIZING
  138. MULTI FLOW MAP
    CAUSE AND EFFECT
  139. DOUBLE BUBBLE
    COMPARING
  140. FLOW MAP
    • SEQUENCING
    • HOW TO
    • STEPS
    • ORDER OF EVENTS
    • WE DON'T CONNECT THE TITLE TO THE SEQUENCE OF EVENTS
  141. SUPPORTING DETAILS
    EXPLAIN AND SUPPORT SPECIFIC IDEAS.

    • EXAMPLES
    • REASONS
    • STEPS
    • STATISTICS
    • DESCRIPTIONS
    • FACTS
  142. THE TOPIC
    GENERAL SUBJECT
  143. MAIN IDEA
    CONVEYS AUTHORS POINT
  144. SUPPORTING DETAILS
    ADDS INFORMATION TO BUILD ON AN IDEA
  145. MAJOR DETAILS
    • IN ADDITION
    • WORD CLUES
  146. CENTRAL POINT
    • FINDING MAIN POINT
    • TOPICS
    • STATED MAIN IDEA
  147. CENTRAL POINT
    IS THE KEY IDEA OF READING THAT IS 2 PARAGRAPHS OF LONGER

    IF THE SENTENCE DOES NOT GIVE THE POINT OR TELL YOU WHAT IT IS ABOUT THEN IT IS A DETAIL.
  148. TIME ORDER
    • TRANSITIONAL WORDS WHICH SLOW TIME ORDER
    • FIRST
    • NEXT
    • FINALLY
  149. CRITICAL THINKING....
    • REMEMBER...ASK TO REPEAT
    • DETERMINE... DETERMINE WHAT IT IS
    • APPLY...... APPLY WHAT YOU KNOW
    • ANALYZING... BREAK IT APART
    • EVALUATE....THINK ABOUT IT, MAKE A DECESION
    • CREATING.... BRING THINGS TOGETHER
  150. ACE....
    • ACE...
    • ANALYZING
    • CREATING
    • EVALUATING
  151. PRO
    PRO IS..

    "P"

    • PURPOSE>>> INCREASE ACADEMIC INTELLEGENCE
    • PREVIEW....
    • HIT>>> HEADINGS INTRO TERMS
    • PREDICT....TAKE THE HEADING AND TURN IT INTO A QUESTION

    • "R" REFLECT
    • REFLECT...WRITE DOWN MAIN IDEAS
    • EVALUATE...EVALUATE YOUR COMPREHENSION
    • ANSWER.... DETERMINE A NEW QUESTION
    • DETERMINE... SLOW DOWN READ OUT LOUD.

    • "O"
    • ORGANIZE
    • DO SOMETHING WITH YOUR NOTES!

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