5.6 Day 4

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-hood   means  "the state or quality of"

-ate  means  "to act on in a certain way"

-ure  means   "the act, process, or result of"

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Latin Roots
flect   means  "bend"

ped  means  "foot"

loc  means   "place"

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p. 580

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In what way did Joseph Henry and the Smithsonian change everyday life for U.S. citizens from the 1860s on?

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Is this a fact or an opinion?
Only some artifacts are brought to the Smithsonian.

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What supports the previous fact?
Curators designed exhibits of the collected artifacts and specimens .
They decided that Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, was the best place to test their invention.
Not all artifacts can, or should, be brought to a museum for display, however.

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What would you find at the Anacostia Community Museum?

Slide 10 - Open question

What is the Balzar in the Smithsonian?

Slide 11 - Open question

Where do they hold the student camps at the Smithsonian?

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What is the big mystery about the Smithsonian?

Slide 13 - Open question

How did the Smithsonian get its name?

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What is an example of a truly out-of-this-world artifact?

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Why are some aircraft displayed at the Udvar-Hazy Center?

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How did the Smithsonian help the Wright brothers?

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