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  1. Illustration/Symbol Definition Suitable or fitting for a particular purpose, person, occasion etc. Appropriate Student-FriendlySentence He filled in the bubble for the appropriate answer on the test. Word Study Suitable Proper Fitting P.SE.1.1

  2. Illustration/Symbol Definition A dividing line Limits Boundaries Student-FriendlySentence He could not move beyond the boundaries that had been set for him. Word Study Limits Lines P.SE.1.1

  3. Illustration/Symbol Definition the variable and subjective distance at which one person feels comfortable talking to another Personal space Student-FriendlySentence He couldn’t read the newspaper because his friend was invading his personal space. Word Study Personal distance P.SE.1.1

  4. Illustration/Symbol Definition • Careful thought, typically over a period of time. Consideration Student-FriendlySentence She gave careful consideration to her decision to not attend the party. Word Study Heed Attention Discussion P.SE.1.1

  5. Illustration/Symbol Definition To hold in esteem Admiration given by others Respect Student-FriendlySentence Sue had great respect for her teacher. Word Study Adoration Esteem Regard Favor P.SE.1.1

  6. Illustration/Symbol Definition Control of one's emotions, desires, or actions by one's own will Self- Control Student-FriendlySentence She showed great self-control when she refused the cupcake. Word Study Willpower Calm Confidence Abstinence P.SE.1.1

  7. Illustration/Symbol Definition An emotional state or disposition; an emotion Feelings Student-FriendlySentence Our feelings of happiness are hard to hide. Word Study Emotions Passion Sentiments Attitudes P.SE.1.1

  8. Illustration/Symbol Definition Illustration/Symbol an act or instance of leading; guidance; direction Leadership Student-Friendly Sentence His leadership in the group was outstanding. Word Study Guidance Direction P.SE.1.1

  9. Illustration/Symbol Definition Arranging or constructing to make things easier Organization Student-Friendly Sentence She found all the needed papers quickly because of her organization of her notebook. Word Study Arrangement Construction P.SE.1.1

  10. Illustration/Symbol Definition approaches applied to learning Study Skills Student-Friendly Sentence Sam had acquired excellent study skills which helped him make good grades. Word Study Approaches Learning P.SE.1.1

  11. Illustration/Symbol Definition Designs or plans to accomplish something Strategies Student-FriendlySentence He used a computer to help with his game strategies. Word Study Designs Plans P.SE.1.1

  12. Illustration/Symbol Definition The state or fact of being responsible, dependable, or organized Responsibility Student-FriendlySentence His mother stated he had many responsibilities and wore many hats. Word Study Dependable Organized P.SE.1.1

  13. Illustration/Symbol Definition The condition or fact of being related; connection or association. Relationship Student-FriendlySentence Joe had a very close relationship with his Grandfather. Word Study Connection Association P.SE.2.1

  14. Illustration/Symbol Definition Something that one thinks is true Belief Student-FriendlySentence Sally had a strong belief that you could see angels. Word Study Faith Credence P.SE.2.1

  15. Illustration/Symbol Definition relative worth, merit, or importance Values Student-FriendlySentence Jaun had many core values and beliefs that his parents had helped him develop. Word Study Merit Worth P.SE.2.1

  16. Illustration/Symbol Definition The ability to understand and share the feelings of another Empathy Student-FriendlySentence Harper had empathy for her friend when he broke his arm. Word Study Sympathy Appreciation Compassion P.SE.2.1

  17. Illustration/Symbol Definition A person's standards of behavior or beliefs concerning what is and is not acceptable for them to do Morals Student-FriendlySentence Jill would not repeat the bad language because she had very high morals for herself. Word Study Honorable Blameless P.SE.2.1

  18. Illustration/Symbol Definition the behaviors and beliefs characteristic of a particular social, ethnic, or age group Culture Student-FriendlySentence He was much too smart to get tricked into the drug culture. Word Study Development P.SE.2.1

  19. Illustration/Symbol Definition The condition of being protected from or unlikely to cause danger, risk, or injury Safety Student-FriendlySentence Wearing a life jacket for safety when riding in a boat is a wise decision. Word Study Security P.SE.2.1

  20. Illustration/Symbol Definition Aware of oneself, including one's traits, feelings, and behaviors Self-awareness Student-FriendlySentence Dana’s self-awareness gave her confidence to sing at the program. Word Study Self-consciousness Awareness P.SE.2.2

  21. Illustration/Symbol Definition A feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements Respect Student-FriendlySentence In order for our group to make a smart choice we had to respect our different opinions. Word Study Appreciation P.SE.2.2

  22. Illustration/Symbol Definition A view or outlook Perspective Student-FriendlySentence His painting of the house showed a different perspective than hers. Word Study Outlook Appearance P.SE.2.2

  23. Illustration/Symbol Definition The emotions or conduct of friends; the state of being friends Friendship Student-FriendlySentence Mary had developed a close friendship with many of the students in her class. Word Study Acquaintances Companionship P.SE.2.3

  24. Illustration/Symbol Definition the composition and membership of the family Family Structure Student-FriendlySentence Keli learned there were many different family structures when each student shared about their own families. Word Study Arrangement Composition P.SE.2.3

  25. Illustration/Symbol Definition being accountable for your behavior and choices Responsible Student-FriendlySentence His class was responsible for the flower garden. Word Study Accountable P.SE.2.3

  26. Illustration/Symbol Definition confident in opinion or assertion Positive Student-FriendlySentence Nate was positive that he could help win the game. Word Study Confident Assertive P.SE.2.1

  27. Illustration/Symbol Definition characterized by the absence of distinguishing or marked qualities or features; lacking positive attributes Negative Student-FriendlySentence His lazy friend had a negative impact on him. Word Study Detrimental Unfavorable P.SE.2.3

  28. Illustration/Symbol Definition exposure to the chance of injury or loss; a hazard or dangerous chance Risk Student-FriendlySentence Linda took a huge risk when she walked on the ledge. Word Study Hazard P.SE.2.3

  29. Illustration/Symbol Definition the imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or information by speech, writing, or signs Communication Student-FriendlySentence They used smart phones to communicate when they were apart. Word Study Interchange Impart P.SE.3.1

  30. Illustration/Symbol Definition Not involving or using spoken words Non-Verbal Communication Student-FriendlySentence Lisa was communicating non-verbally with her Mom when she was texting. Word Study: Body Language, Tone of Voice P.SE.3.2

  31. Illustration/Symbol Definition expressed in spoken words; oral rather than written Verbal Communication Student-FriendlySentence He made a verbal promise to finish his homework. Word Study Stated Said P.SE.3.2

  32. Illustration/Symbol Definition A feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements Respect Student-FriendlySentence In order for our group to make a smart choice we had to respect our different opinions. Word Study Appreciation P.SE.3.3

  33. Definition Illustration/Symbol Roughly calculate or judge the value, number, quantity, or extent of estimate Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study Value Predict Appraise Rate Assess Estimate the sum by first rounding each number to the nearest thousand. P.C.1.1 CCSS

  34. Definition Illustration/Symbol Adequate to satisfy a need, requirement or standard acceptable Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study Fine Good OK Satisfactory Tolerable Tips are acceptable but not always expected in some countries. CCSS P.C.1.1

  35. Definition Illustration/Symbol point out a difference distinguish Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study Recognize Spot Discern Tell apart A big cat species is easy to distinguish from a domestic cat species. P.C.1.1 CCSS

  36. Definition Illustration/Symbol To desire greatly; wish for wants Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study Desires Demands Usually a person’s “wants” far exceed their “needs”. CCSS P.C.1.1

  37. Definition Illustration/Symbol A condition or situation in which something is required or wanted needs Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study Requirements Demands Necessities John’s needs for survival drove him to find his way home. P.C.1.1 CCSS

  38. Definition Illustration/Symbol resentment against a rival, a person enjoying success or advantage jealousy Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study Envy Resentment Spite Grudge Covet Jealousy can cause you to become a “bad egg”. P.C.1.1 CCSS

  39. Definition Illustration/Symbol the result or achievement toward which effort is directed goals Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study Design Ambition Intention Mission Setting goals helped Stephen become successful. P.C.1.1 CCSS

  40. Definition Illustration/Symbol An occupation undertaken for a significant period of a person's life and with opportunities for progress career Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study Profession Occupation Calling Vocation A career in professional wrestling can be very exciting. P.C.1.1 CCSS

  41. Definition Illustration/Symbol Something given for worthy behavior rewards Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study Heather realized that rewards usually come from taking risks. Pay Honor Recognize CCSS P.C.1.1

  42. Definition Illustration/Symbol Recognize or distinguish (esp. something considered worthy of attention) identify Single out ID Distinguish Pinpoint Locate Recognize Find Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study The company was able to identify equipment by using bar codes. P.C.1.2 CCSS

  43. Definition Illustration/Symbol Talent that enables someone to achieve a great deal. ability Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study Powers Understanding Talent Gift Capacity Brains Today’s cameras have the ability to capture images in high definition. P.C.1.2 CCSS

  44. Definition Illustration/Symbol is the process of gathering information about yourself in order to make an informed career decision. self-assessment Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study Evaluation Opinion Rating Calculation Appraisal Estimate Self assessment is the first step of the career planning process CCSS P.C.1.2

  45. Definition Illustration/Symbol A plan of action or policy designed to achieve a major or overall aim strategies Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study Game plan Blueprint Design Layout Tactic Procedure Football coaches diagram plays to explain offensive strategies to their players. P.C.2.1 CCSS

  46. Definition Illustration/Symbol to examine in detail in order to discover meaning or essential features analyze Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study Dissect Study Examine Break down In order for Josh to analyze the situation he had to gather a lot of information. CCSS P.C.2.1

  47. Definition Illustration/Symbol To follow out or through to the end execute Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study Perform Accomplish Implement Fulfill Carry out In the Olympics the French point guard was able to execute at a high level. CCSS P.C.2.1

  48. Definition Illustration/Symbol Coordinate the activities of a person or group efficiently organize Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study Terri was asked to organize the tubs by size. Arrange Form Order P.C.2.1 CCSS

  49. Definition Illustration/Symbol the act or process of planning and exercising conscious control over the amount of time spent on specific activities time management Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study Allocating Goal setting Monitoring Time management is about accuracy of choices. CCSS P.C.2.1

  50. Definition Illustration/Symbol The representation of the passage of time in the form of a line Timeline Student-Friendly Sentence Word Study Schedule Chronology Plot Plan Blueprint The timeline showed the change in fashion design over 70 years. CCSS P.C.2.2