Test Prep

Test Prep
Test Prep
Test Prep
Test Prep
Test Prep
Test Prep
Test Prep
Test Prep
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When taking standardized testing, students can quickly become confused with vocabulary terms they do not know and/ or understand. I use these resources in my classroom in order to review for student testing. It is fun for the students, and it really aids in their retention of these terms, and builds their confidence with the test.


This Resource Includes:
37 Common Vocabulary Words Used on Standardized Tests
Test-Taking Vocabulary, “PIE” Graphic Organizers for each word
Test-Taking Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle
Test-taking Vocabulary BINGO Cards (set of 30 plus a blank card in case you would like to add your own words)
Lesson Plan
Common Core Standards
ALL PRINTABLE AND READY TO GO!



Vocabulary Word List:
Analogy- coming up with a comparison in order to show a relationship
Analyze- to break something down into parts to explain it better
Atlas- a reference book that has maps
Bibliography- a list of sources used as a reference (AKA works cited)
Biography- a story of a person's life written by someone else
Chronological Order- events in the order of which they occurred
Classify- putting things in groups that have common qualities
Compare -telling how two things are alike
Concept- grouping things that have similar characteristics
Conclude- to figure something out based on information and reasoning
Conflict- the struggle between opposing forces
Consecutive- one after another
Contrast- telling how two things are different
Demonstrate- to show, explain or describe using evidence and details
Describe- to give a detailed observation of something
Develop- to come up with a plan or idea
Equation- a statement usually in math that has two sides that are equal
Evaluate- to use evidence to make a judgment about something
Evidence- facts of information that support your belief
Explain- to describe something in detail
Exponent- In math it is the number of times a number can be multiplied in itself
External Conflict- a struggle from an outside force
Fiction- not true; made up
Generalization -detailed facts to s broad statement
Identify- to tell or point out
Infer- make a guess on evidence and what you know
Internal Conflict- struggle from an inside force
Justify- to prove with facts and details
Non-Fiction- true material
Outline- list the steps on how to do something
Periodical- an article from a magazine or newspaper
Persuade- to guess what will happen next
Quantity- a number showing how much or how many
Support- to retell major ideas in your own words
Support- details or information that prove a concept
Variable- a symbol or letter that takes place
Verify- to prove true or correct by evidence
Total Pages
58 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
3 days
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