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Felicity Learns a Lesson Gorfien © 2009
Pages 1-15 Vocabulary Gorfien © 2009
Apprentice A person legally bound through service to a master craftsman in order to learn a trade. A person legally bound through service to a master craftsman in order to learn a trade. You could be an apprentice to a merchant, a blacksmith, a silversmith, and many other trades. Gorfien © 2009
Whistling Making a clear musical sound, a series of such sounds, or a high-pitched, warbling sound by forcing air through a small opening formed by contracting the lips. Gorfien © 2009
Impatient Restless in desire or expectation; uneasy, hasty, or impetuous. Antonym- calm Gorfien © 2009
Breeches Knee-length trousers, often having ornamental buckles or elaborate decoration at or near the bottoms, commonly worn by men and boys in the 17th, 18th, and early 19th centuries. Gorfien © 2009
Calmly Free from excitement or passion; tranquil, quiet or peaceful. Antonym- agitated Gorfien © 2009
Properly Conforming to established standards of behavior or manners; correctly or suitably. Gorfien © 2009
Do You Know the Words? Match the words and definitions. 1. Impatient 2. Breeches 3. Calmly 4. Whistling 5. Apprentice 6. Properly A. Free from excitement or passion; tranquil, quiet or peaceful. B. Making a clear musical sound, a series of such sounds, or a high-pitched, warbling sound by forcing air through a small opening formed by contracting the lips. C. Restless in desire or expectation; uneasy, hasty, or impetuous. D. A person legally bound through service to a master craftsman in order to learn a trade. E. Knee-length trousers, often having ornamental often having ornamental buckles or elaborate buckles or elaborate decoration at or near the decoration at or near the bottoms. bottoms. F. Conforming to the established standards of behavior or manners. Gorfien © 2009
Pages 16-32 Vocabulary Gorfien © 2009
Governess A woman who is employed to take charge of a child's upbringing, education, etc. Gorfien © 2009
Ceremony The formal activities conducted on some solemn or important public occasion. Examples: wedding, confirmation, graduation. Gorfien © 2009
Escort A person, accompanying another or others for protection, guidance, or courtesy. A chaperone. During the 1700’s, all young ladies had to be escorted when going out in public. Gorfien © 2009
Bustling To move or act with a great show of energy; a flurry of action. Gorfien © 2009
Do you Know the Words? Answer the riddles. I am a woman who takes care of other peoples’ children. I teach them how to behave properly and sometimes help with their education. Who am I? I am a woman who takes care of other peoples’ children. I teach them how to behave properly and sometimes help with their education. Who am I? I am a male who is called upon to chaperone young ladies when they go out in public. Who am I? I am a male who is called upon to chaperone young ladies when they go out in public. Who am I? When people are very busy and run around in a flurry of activity you would use this word to describe their movements. What is the word? When people are very busy and run around in a flurry of activity you would use this word to describe their movements. What is the word? This word means to conduct a formal activity such as a wedding or graduation. What is the word? This word means to conduct a formal activity such as a wedding or graduation. What is the word? Gorfien © 2009
Pages 33-35 Vocabulary Gorfien © 2009
Invitation(s) The written or spoken form with which a person is invited to an event or gathering. Gorfien © 2009
Ladylike Acting like a lady; well-bred, well- mannered, courteous. Gorfien © 2009
Determined Decided or resolved to take a certain action; firm or unbending. Gorfien © 2009
Uncivilized Not civilized or cultured; disrespectful. You are not behaving in a manner that is accepted by the community. Antonym- respectful, courteous. Gorfien © 2009
Colonists Original settlers or founders of a colony. Gorfien © 2009
Do You Know the Words? Tell what vocabulary word matches the picture. Gorfien © 2009
Pages 36-40 Vocabulary Gorfien © 2009
Disloyal Untrue to one's obligations or allegiances; not loyal; faithless; treacherous. Gorfien © 2009
Unfair Not just or evenhanded; biased Gorfien © 2009
Tax A sum of money demanded by a government for its support or for specific facilities or services, property, sales, etc. Gorfien © 2009
Sampler A piece of cloth embroidered with various stitches, serving to show a beginner's skill in needlework. Gorfien © 2009
Do You Know the Words? Act out the following words for the class. UnfairTaxDisloyalSampler Gorfien © 2009
Pages 41-45 Vocabulary Gorfien © 2009
Calling To make a short visit; stop at a place on some errand or business. Gorfien © 2009
Bed Chamber A bedroom in a colonial house. Gorfien © 2009
Bully An overbearing person who habitually badgers and intimidates smaller or weaker people. Gorfien © 2009
Do You Know the Words? Tell a word for each picture. Gorfien © 2009
Pages 46-50 Vocabulary Gorfien © 2009
Loyalist A person who remained loyal to the British during the American Revolution; Tory. Gorfien © 2009
Grave Threatening a seriously bad outcome or involving serious issues; critical Antonym- frivolous Gorfien © 2009 What situations has President Obama felt grave about?
Pages 51-55 Vocabulary Gorfien © 2009
Traitor A person who betrays another, a cause, or any trust. A double-crosser, spy. Gorfien © 2009 Benedict Arnold was a famous traitor during colonial times. He was a general during the American Revolutionary War who originally fought for the American Continental Army but switched sides to the British Empire. While he was still a general on the American side, he obtained command of the fort at West Point, New York, and plotted unsuccessfully to surrender it to the British. After the plot failed, he served in the British military.general American Revolutionary WarContinental ArmyBritish Empire West PointNew YorkBritish
Pages 56-61 Vocabulary Gorfien © 2009
Privilege A right, immunity, or benefit enjoyed only by a person beyond the advantages of most. Sometimes the idea of privilege is fair and sometimes it’s not. Fair Privilege- You help your parents all day around the house and they let you stay up late. Unfair Privilege- The color of your skin is white so you get to ride at the front of the bus. Gorfien © 2009
References 1.http://www.americangirlpublishing.com/ch aracters/felicity/FelicityLearnsALessonBook 2.aspx http://www.americangirlpublishing.com/ch aracters/felicity/FelicityLearnsALessonBook 2.aspxhttp://www.americangirlpublishing.com/ch aracters/felicity/FelicityLearnsALessonBook 2.aspx 2.http://dictionary.reference.com/ http://dictionary.reference.com/ 3. http://images.google.com http://images.google.com 4. http://schools.clipart.com Gorfien © 2009
Do-NowBrainstorm: What is the difference between a Tory and a Revolutionary? Why would you pick one side over the other? What circumstances might lead.
WHAT IS THE TRUTH about VIRGINIA and the REVOLUTIONARY WAR?
SOL VS 4.5 American Revolution.
AHSGE History II. Britain’s response to the Boston Tea Party.
The American Revolution – The War of Independence.
The Conflict Ignites!.
Patriot or Loyalist? During the American Revolution, most American colonists had to decide to support the War for Independence or remain loyal to the.
Early battle that demonstrated that the colonists could fight well against the British army. Battle of Bunker Hill.
SOCIAL STUDIES UNIT 6 REVIEW Please complete this review as many times as possible before the assessment!
African Americans in the War
Chapter 5 – Road to Revolution
Patriots v. loyalists
Chapter 5 Section 3 A Call to Arms.
The Role of Virginia in the American Revolution. The Colonies Against Great Britain Conflicts developed between the colonies and Great Britain. The colonists.
Jeopardy A?B?C?D?E? $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 ANSWER This is where many of the battles of the French and Indian War were fought.
The American Revolution. When the Declaration of Independence had been written in 1776, several battles had already been fought; among these: Lexington.
Aim: How did political perspective divide the American Colonies?
Shall We Go to War? The American Revolution. What was going on? On the edge of the Revolution, there were two sides, the patriots and the loyalists, within.
Loyalists vs. Patriots Essential Questions:
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