Vocabulary
Poems
Text Types
Passage Basics

100

to make anxious, troubled, or cause to worry
What is concern.

100

group of lines of poetry
What is stanzas.

100

these are divided into stanzas-they often rhyme, but do not have to
What is poem.

100

a passage or article
What is selection.

200

to put in words, state, or show in sign
What is express.

200

the basic beat or rhythmic structure in a poem
What is meter.

200

tells a story through the words and actions of characters- has acts, scenes, and stage directions
What is drama.

200

anything that shows what is true, such as words in a passage that prove your answer
What is evidence.

300

to achieve a goal or get something done
What is accomplish.

300

a type of poem that has no rhyming pattern
What is free verse.

300

nonfiction text written to inform or teach
What is informational text.

300

the central or universal idea of a fiction or the main idea of a nonfiction
What is theme.

400

to fill with a thought or feeling; to encourage or influence
What is inspired.

400

the use of language to create mental images and sensory impressions
What is imagery.

400

gives facts and information about a topic- includes text features such as guide words, headings, topic & concluding sentences, and graphic features
What is expository text.

400

a problem, disagreement, or fight
What is conflict.

500

anything that is for the good of a person or thing; something that helps
What is benefit.

500

emotional, poetic, and may be set to music
What is lyrical.

500

presents information to influence what the reader thinks or does- sometimes organized by cause and effect or fact and opinion
What is persuasive text.

500

act of solving; solving a problem or issue
What is resolution.