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diagram
to explain with lines or pictures -- a flow chart, map, or some other graphic device. When done well, important points or parts will be labeled.
analyze
to break down a problem or situation into separate parts or relationships
outline
to organize a set of facts or ideas by listing main points and subpoints. Shows at a glance how topics or ideas fit together or relate to one another.
trace
to present -- in step-by-step sequence -- a series of facts that are somehow related. Usually presented in time order.
context
the part of a text or statement that surrounds a particular word or passage and determines its meaning; the circumstances around which an event occurs
idiom
an expression having a meaning that cannot be understood from the individual meanings of its elements
illustrate
to show by means of a picture, a diagram, or some other graphic aid. At times, specific examples or instances can be used for this purpose for a law, rule, or principle.
classify
to place persons aor things (especially animals and plants) together in a group because they are alike or similar
evaluate
to make a value judgment, to give the pluses and minuses along with the supporting evidence
review
to reexamine or to summarize the key characteristics or major points of a topic. Generally speaking, material is presented in the order in which it happened or in decreasing order of importance.