Nick Telesca Mr. Lee English
Paraphrase – (n) The restatement of texts in other words as a studying or teaching device
Sentence: My teacher paraphrased the book we were reading so that it was easier to understand.
Point of View- (n) A particular attitude or way of considering a matter: "change his point of view".
Sentence- We are disagreeing because my point of view on football is different from ...view middle of the document...
Reason- (n) A statement presented in justification or explanation of a belief or action.
Sentence- The student gave the principal a reason why he talked back to his teacher.
Record- (v) Set down in writing or some other permanent form for later reference, esp. officially
Sentence- We recorded the notes so that I could use them on my test later in the year.
Relationship - (n) a connection, association, or involvement
Sentence- The relationship between those two people is brother and sister
Research – (v) to search or investigate exhaustively
Sentence- I researched the problem in the investigation to find out what happened.
Resolution – (n) The act of resolving or determining upon an action or course of action, method, procedure, etc.
Sentence- The final resolution on the argument between the two students was that they both got suspended.
Respond- (v) To reply or answer in words
Sentence- The student responded to the teacher because he was called on to answer the problem.