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Theme 1 – Lesson 2 Robust Vocabulary The Day Eddie Met the Author By: Louise Borden
conquer When you conquer something, such as a problem or a fear, you win against it and overcome it.
resistance When you feel resistance, you do not want something to happen.
ponder When you ponder, you take time to think about an idea.
anticipation When you feel anticipation, you feel excited because something is about to happen.
assembly An assembly is a group of people who have gather for a reason.
plenty If you have plenty of something, you have more than enough.
dismiss To dismiss is to give permission to leave.
squirmed If you squirmed in your seat, you kept wriggling around as if you were uncomfortable.
patchwork Patchwork is cloth made by sewing together small pieces of different fabrics.
autographed If you autographed something, you signed your name on it. Mrs. Allen
Patchwork Cloth made by sewing together small pieces of different fabrics.
Harcourt Story Town Grassy Lake Elementary School Third Grade Minneola, Florida The Day Eddie Met The Author by Louise Borden.
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