5.2 Day 1

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language art

This lesson contains 19 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.

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Say the words outloud

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Prefix  en-  and  ex-
en-  means "in"

ex-  means  "out"

They are opposites 

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Suffix  -en  and  -ic
-en  means "to make"

-ic  means  "having characteristics of"

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encounter- to meet briefly and unexpectedly 

entangled- wrapped or twisted together

enriching- improving the quality of

enjoyment- the act or condition of getting pleasure from something

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excavate- to dig out

exclude- to leave out

exclaim-  to cry out

export-  to send something out

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enlighten- to give knowledge or understanding

frighten- to make afraid

strengthen- to make stronger

awaken- to wake up

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generic-  having general characteristics of a whole group

metallic- having characteristics of metal

organic-  grown or made without artificial chemicals

strategic- the use of a plan to achieve a goal

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Use encounter in a sentence

Slide 9 - Open question

p. 468-469. How would you summarize Thomas Jefferson’s traits and personality?

Slide 10 - Open question

The final paragraph on p. 471 seems important. It describes the ideas and texts that Jefferson drew from while writing the Declaration of Independence. How would you summarize it?

Slide 11 - Open question

p.472. It seems things were not going well for American troops at this point in the war. How would you summarize the situation described in this paragraph?

Slide 12 - Open question

p. 473. Not every delegate and colony was for the Declaration at first. This seems like a problem. Did they need everyone to vote for it? How many delegates voted for complete independence on this page?

Slide 13 - Open question

p.474. We find out that all the delegates needed to vote yes. What two states agreed to change their vote for the Declaration of Independence?

Slide 14 - Open question

p.477. One issue caused debate. What did they have to remove from the Declaration to get a compromise?

Slide 15 - Open question

p. 480. The Declaration of Independence was read aloud in towns and to troops. One crowd toppled a golden statue of Britain’s King George. What did they do with this statue?

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Describe how the Declaration of Independence was written, approved and signed?
  • Thomas Jefferson wrote the first draft
  • Delegates revised the drafts
  • Delegates had to vote their approval
  • Only 9 votes yes at first, but finally everyone was persuaded
  • Then they debating and removed the anti-slavery part
  • They signed and distributed the Declaration 

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To make the selection more interesting and entertaining they added these parts:
  • Thomas Jefferson squirming in his chair when the delegates review his work
  • They added details about the weather.  This details show how uncomfortable they are.

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