• Academic Vocabulary Toolkit 3-5


    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 - Cause and Effect

    Words taught - 



    Previous Vocabulary Term



    important (adjective) - something that is great or that you should pay attention to

    synonym - necessary

    antonym - unimportant

    topic (noun) - a thing that you talk, write, or read about

    singular - topic

    plural - topics

    detail (noun) - a piece of information about something

    singular - detail

    plural - details

     information (noun) - details about something or someone

    singular - information

    adjective - informational

     fact (noun) - information that is true

    singular - fact

    plural - facts

    example (noun) - an idea that you use to show what you mean when talking or writing

    singular - example

    plural - examples

      Present Vocabulary Term


     Upcoming Vocabulary Terms



    Present Tip

    Use the modal verb, or helping verbcan to show someone is able to do something. When you use can, add a verb in the base form. 


    Previous Grammar Tip

    An adjective describes, or tells about, a noun. Usuaully the adjective goes before the noun.

    example: The beautiful eagle spreads its large wings as it flew away

Last Modified on September 26, 2019