Academic Vocabulary Toolkit
The purpose of Academic Vocabulary Toolkit is to help with mastering high-use words for academic achievement, expand understanding of new words, and prepare English Learners to become better writers and communicators.
Academic Unit - Describe
Words taught - type, behavior, physical, personality, contain, event
Present Vocabulary Term
Personality (n) - the type of person you are and the way you act around others
synonym - character
Previous Vocabulary Term
Physical (adj) - related to what a person, animal, or object is made of or looks like
adverb - physically
Behavior (n) - the way a person talks and acts, or things an animal does.
verb - behave
Type (n) - a group of things or people that are like each other in some way
adjective - typical
The preposition "to" needs to be followed by a base verb.
Previous Grammar Tip
Adjective - describes, or tells about, a noun. Usually an adjective goes before the noun.
Count Nouns - name things that can be counted. Count nouns have two forms, singular and plural. To make most count nouns plural, add "s".