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I CAN LEARN KEY VOCABULARY TO SUPPORT THE KEY CONCEPTS BY CREATING A WORD CONCEPT GRAPHIC ORGANIZER. James Forten from Now Is Your Time
abolitionists (noun) people who believed that slavery should be against the law
abolitionists (noun) The Quakers, who were abolitionists, founded a school in Philadelphia.
apprentice (noun) James Forten became an apprentice to the man his father had worked for.
apprentice (noun) Someone who works for another person to learn a trade
assisted (verb) Forten helped in all aspects of sail making and assisted in installing the sails on the ships the firm serviced.
assisted (verb) helped
captives (noun) He had seen the captives on the ship.
captives (noun) prisoners
conflict (noun) They had been fishermen and haulers before the conflict with Great Britian.
conflict (noun) a struggle; a war
dread It was a time for dread because James was taken aboard the ship with others from his crew.
dread grim fear
encouraged He encouraged Thomas Forten to make sure that his son learned to read and write.
encouraged gave support to someone’s efforts or plans
enslavement There was a time when over 90 percent of all Africans in America were still in a state of enslavement.
enslavement being owned and controlled by another person
influential The Quakers were a powerful and influential religious group.
influential having the power to affect events or sway opinions
privateers (noun) The fishermen and haulers now worked on privateers and navy ships.
privateers (noun) ships that are privately owned but are urged to attack enemy ships during a war
tacking (verb) After what must have seemed forever with the two ships tacking about each other like angry cats, the Active lowered its flag.
tacking (verb) changing direction while sailing
produce (noun) When we go to the grocery store, we need to make sure that we buy fresh produce.
produce (noun) farm products, especially fruits or vegetables
descent (noun) The gentleman was of African American descent.
descent (noun) the fact of coming from particular ancestors
dexterity (noun) It takes great dexterity to catch a football.
dexterity (noun) skill in using the hands
bondage (noun) The prisoners were held in bondage.
bondage (noun) slavery
grapeshot (noun) The soldiers loaded the grapeshot into the cannon.
grapeshot (noun) a cluster of small iron balls used as a cannon charge
provisions (noun) We made sure to pack all the provisions for our camping trip.
provisions (noun) stocks of food and other supplies
hold (noun) The crew stored all of the extra supplies in the hold.
hold (noun) the lower part of a ship
traitor (noun) Benedict Arnold is known as a traitor of the American Revolution.
traitor (noun) people who betray their country
yellow fever (noun) The mosquito bite on my arm gave me yellow fever.
yellow fever (noun) a disease transmitted by mosquitoes; its symptoms include high fever and vomiting
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