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The _________ of my state will sign the new law. a)patriotspatriots b)tyranttyrant c)spunkspunk d)governorgovernor
governor – noun – the person elected to be a head of a state government in the United States, or of a territory That is Correct John Adams Patriot
No Way General Thomas Gage British general and governor of Massachusetts
The dance teacher will _____ the students in tap, ballet and jazz a)navigationnavigation b)instructinstruct c)swaggerswagger d)patriotspatriots
instruct – verb – to provide with knowledge, information, or skill to teach That is Correct Benjamin Franklin Patriot
For proper _______, pilots rely on equipment to direct them. a)starkstark b)navigationnavigation c)instructinstruct d)swaggerswagger
navigation – noun – the art or science of figuring out the position and course of boats, ships, and aircraft That is Correct John Hancock Patriot
American history views Ben Franklin and John Adams as true ______. a)instructinstruct b)swaggerswagger c)patriotspatriots d)tyranttyrant
patriots – plural noun – people who love and enthusiastically support their country That is Correct John Adams Patriot
The gymnast showed her _____ by climbing back up on the balance beam after falling. a)tyranttyrant b)spunkspunk c)governorgovernor d)starkstark
spunk – noun – an informal word for courage, spirit, or determination That is Correct John Hancock Patriot
The star athlete walked into the room with a _________. a)swaggerswagger b)patriotspatriots c)tyranttyrant d)spunkspunk
swagger – noun – a walk or behavior that is bold, rude, or arrogant That is Correct Benjamin Franklin Patriot
The king was a _______ because he punished his subjects unfairly. a)governorgovernor b)starkstark c)tyranttyrant d)instructinstruct
tyrant – noun – a person who uses power or authority in a cruel or unjust way That is Correct John Adams Patriot
All the trees had been cut down so the landscape appeared _______. a)spunkspunk b)governorgovernor c)starkstark d)navigationnavigation
stark - adjective - bare That is Correct Benjamin Franklin Patriot
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AMERICAN REVOLUTION UNIT 3 WEEK 1 UNIT THEME: TURNING POINTS.
The American Revolution. patriots- those who love their country patriots- those who love their country governor- a person appointed to rule an area governor-
C. Thomas, 5 th Grade, Fairmont Charter School.
Ralph uses sign language to speak to his ______ mother. language relatives deaf celebrate.
Vocabulary David ______ Jen to use his camera. products allowed design instrument.
Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous: John AdamsSam AdamsJohn Hancock.
Vocabulary Practice Our mother's illness ________ us. Bifocals a) membermember b) trusttrust c) concernsconcerns.
Jeopardy Unit 4 Vocabulary Review. Jeopardy!! Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week
Unit 1 ● Week 5 navigation Key Words. Unit 1 ● Week 5 instruct Key Words.
My mom hates to __________ but she often gives me good advice. proclaimed A agile B interfere C awkward D.
Vocabulary Practice Vocabulary Practice Let the Show Begin.
Vocabulary Practice We looked for a _____ place when the storm hits. flamestellsafeforest.
Vocabulary Practice The explorers went on a _____ for gold. a)majormajor b)questquest c)settingssettings d)reducereduce.
Vocabulary Practice Punishing all of us for the actions of my sister seemed _______. a) unsuspectingunsuspecting b) avoidedavoided c) injusticeinjustice.
The city has many ____, and some of them are 50 stories tall! glorious skyscrapers strutting collage.
Section 4.2: Government, Religion & Culture. Glorious Revolution Parliament forced out King James & placed his daughter Mary and her Dutch husband, William.
How Ben Franklin Stole The Lightning
Vocabulary Practice We walked through the ______ garden and admired all the beautiful flowers. How many pieces of pie are left. This pie can be cut into.
The American Revolution Tamara Dendall 5 th grade Room 28.
$2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 Vocabulary I Vocabulary II Important Battles Declaration Of Independence Abandon Hope.
Declaration of Independence “When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected.
POLITICAL CAUSES: Taxation without representation a. Sugar, Stamp, Tea & Townshend Acts Limitation of individual rights a. Quartering Act, Proclamation.
The cheetah is _______ to sub- Saharan Africa. clumpsshouldn’tresearchnative.
DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE SS8H3a. DID YOU KNOW? The Declaration of Independence WASN’T actually signed on July 4, It was ADOPTED on that date.
DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE Unit #3 – American Revolution.
Vocabulary Practice A ______ American breakfast consists of bacon and eggs. typical awesome specialists summit.
Why I’d like to be a Dance Choreographer By: Sofia Wallace.
Vocabulary Practice I felt ______ by the way the bully was treating others. A. nuzzlenuzzle B. raft C. scatteredscattered D. disgusteddisgusted.
Causes of the Revolution Social Studies Unit 5 Lesson 4.
Copyright 2005 Heathcock The Colonies Grow Government, Religion, and Culture.
By: Chris & Alexandra Government Famous People Battles Famous Events
It is ______ that there are only 30,000 to 50,000 Asian elephants left in the world. a) periodperiodb) vesselsvesselsc) valuablevaluabled) estimatedestimated.
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES MY-YOUR-HIS-HER-ITS-OUR-YOUR- THEIR.
Agenda: DO NOW: What are some things that kids your age complain about?
Quick Grammar Review nouns and verbs. What is a noun?
A river runs along the _______ between the two states. a) c citizen b) u unions c) s strikes d) b border.
The Declaration of Independence
Why was the Declaration of Independence Written?
Vocabulary 2 Careers and Future Choices. Athletes – Basketball Players Describe the match-up.
Facebook Richard Henry Lee WallPhotosFlairBoxesRichard Henry LeeLogout View photos of Richard (8) Send Richard a message Poke message Wall InfoPhotos Write.
Vocabulary Practice The coach ______ the team they could win, and they did. a)convincedconvinced b)handyhandy c)whirlwindwhirlwind d)mischiefmischief.
Welcome to the U.S.A. Trivia Quiz Game! To select a question, click on the point value. When you are ready for the answer (in the form of a question),
increase observe blaze The _____ of the noon sun hurt my eyes.
The Declaration of Independence The Crisis by Thomas Paine, Importance of this document.
Unit 4 Chapter 7 Lesson 2 Day 2
Main Author: Thomas Jefferson Written in Philadelphia at Independence Hall Accepted July 4, 1776.
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Vocabulary The vocabulary is organized by week: – Week #1: Slide 2-7 – Week #2: Slide 9-18 – Week #3: Slide
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