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 - Analyze Infromational Text
Words Taught - important, topic, detail, information, fact, example
important (adj)- something that is great or that you should pay attention to
synonym - necessary
antonym - unimportant
topic (n) - a thing that you talk, write, or read about
synonym - subject
detail (n) - a piece of information about something
synonyms - piece;part
information (n) - details about something or someone
synonym - news
fact (n) - information that is true
adjective - factual
example (n) - an idea that you use to show what you mean when talking or writing
An adverb that tells how many times something happens can go before or after a verb. The adverbs always, usually, sometimes, often, and never can go before or after a verb.
A past-tense verb describes an action that already happened. To write past tense, add -ed to the end of the verb.