passages
basic strategies
help with history
Advance stratagies
Enter Category

100

A type of passage that is structured like a short story
What are pros?

100

you want to do this to decide what passage to start with
What is going easy to hard

100

you wan to underline these in historical passages.
What are definitions or main ideas?

100

Act answers cant have these types of answers.
What is implying a negative description of a group or person?

100

you want to underline these three things in pros passages.
What are setting, imagery, and tone?

200

this type of passage can deal with architecture, psychology, and art.
What is humanities?

200

do this before you read a passage to help you while reading
What is skimming questions?

200

you want to do this to conflict or disagreement in a historical passage.
What is mark it?

200

you want to do this with a passage that's split into two parts.
What is do one part at a time.

200

you want to answer passages in this order to be most efficient.
What is easy to hardest

300

History and biography are part of this passage.
What is social science?

300

do this on your test booklet to help answer questions
What is annotating

300

in a historical passage, this shows the authors opinion
What is contrast?

300

use these for unfamiliar vocabulary in a passage
What are context clues?

300

A chapter out of your history book would be this type of passage.
What is social science?

400

technology and astronomy are common for this type of passage.
What is natural science?

400

you want to skip and go back to these type of passages
What is confusing or boring?

400

this can show a author's purpose in a historical passage.
What is "respond to a passage"?

400

you want to watch out for answers with this on the reading test.
What is a bias

400

you want to make note of descriptive words and character traits in this type of passage.
What is pros

500

A verse from "Macbeth" would be part of this type of passage
What is humanities?

500

you do this to find passages with familiar topic
What is reading the title

500

you want to mark this type of relationship in a historical passage.
What is cause/ effect?

500

to compare articles you want to read both while doing this.
What is underline main points or opinions?

500

this is a reason why you want to skip boring passages.
what is because you're not interested?