Flashcards in Yr 7 history academic literacy words R to Z Deck (50)
far-reaching change, a person who holds extreme political views; a revolutionary.
a method or system of government
an large area of land with clear boundaries
to control by rules and restrictions.
bearing or having a reference to the matter in hand.
of a sound and consistent charaacter or quality; trustworthy
a need for success; a command or an order
the systermatic study of materials, artefacts or documents to establish facts or a conclusion
place where you live, or a are placed.
a supply of infromation that can used to draw conclusions
to give a reply
to bring back or attempt to bring back in it's original form.
subject to limits
income, or money, especially a large amount which is often collected
a person competing with another person for the same goal or prize.
a person's characteristics or their expected function
a systematic plan, an outline; or an artful decietful plot.
a distinct part of society or an enterprise
untroubled by danger, made safe
to purposefully search or to get back
choose as the best or most suitable
having a meaning or being important, noteworthy
alike, of the same kind or type
a place, a location of importance
relating to society, concerned with the relations of humans or social classes
a person or a document which provides evidence
clearly defined, relating to a particular subject or an event.
firmly fixed, well-established and not easily destroyed.
a plan of action, the management of moving troops in a war
a set of interconnect parts of a complex thing.
a grant or a contribution of money.
the next person to inherit the throne.
to hint at, or evoke or propose
a brief account, to the point without needless details.
to take or present a general view; or an audit
continue to live or exist
a section of writing often in a book
subject of topic on which a person writes or speaks; or having a particular focus
a system of ideas explaining an event or a leaders actions
by that means; as a result of that
a custom, belief, an opinion handed down over through the generations to practice
to remove or to hand over
to take or carry one person or goods from one place to another
an event that sets off a chain reaction
last, final, the best achieveable or imaginable
sound or defensible, well-gounded
the worth, the relative rank or importance of a piece of evidence
to make different, modify or to undergo change
an account of a event or a leader from a person's point of view