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Trapped by the Ice! Jeopardy Vocabulary Comprehension GrammarSpellingReview 10 20 30 40
What does crevasse mean? deep hole or crack
Hiking to the whaling station would be a perilous journey, but it was their only chance to survive? What does perilous mean? very dangerous
What does deserted mean? What is the base word and what Is the suffix? empty; not lived in or having few or no people
What does grueling mean? What is the base word and what Is the suffix? very tired gruel+ing very tired gruel+ing
What is the setting in this story? Antarctica, on the Endurance, elephant island, on the sea
What main idea tells us that Shackleton is a hero? He changes the plan to make sure his men survive.
Why is Shackleton so concerned about his men? because the conditions are dangerous and if they carried out the plan some of them wouldn’t survive.
What information do the headings in the selection tell you? The date and time tell you what the weather might be like and how long the voyage took.
Find the correct way to divide the word into syllables. journey jour-ney
Find the correct way to divide the word into syllables. wondering won-der-ing
Tell me the phrase that correctly replaces this phrase: the friends you have Your friends
Tell me the phrase that correctly replaces this phrase: vacation time that belongs to them Their vacation
Ms. Dooley and her son and daughter started the trip early ___________ morning. Look at the spelling ring # 1
Ms. Dooley had not been expecting the ___________ thunderstorm. Look at the spelling ring # 2
Spell the word and use it correctly in a sentence. Look at the spelling ring # 7
Spell the word and use it correctly in a sentence. Look at the spelling ring # 10
Homophones Boat builders use the (wood, would) of many trees to build a strong ship. wood
Homophones A ship must be strong to travel safely (threw, through) storms. through
How do I write: Fourteenth of June in 2000. June 14, 2000
How do I write eleven o’clock at night? 11:00 p.m.
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VOCABULARY WORDS TRAPPED BY THE ICE 1.Barren- having little plant or animal life 2.Crevasse- deep hole or crack 3.Deserted- empty; not lived in, or having.
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High Frequency Words. a about above add after.
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