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VOCABULARY TAKING SIDES Pre-Reading and Chapters 1-3
Sycamore, Mulberry, Eucalypts trees
barrio Unkempt, over crowded, low income neighborhood “Lincoln referred to his old neighborhood as a barrio.”
suburb A city that’s right outside of a bigger city or town Example: Brookfield is a suburb of Milwaukee
marvel Looking in amazement at something great To be in awe of something “He marveled at the northern lights.”
scrawny Skinny Boney Lean Thin “My little brother is scrawny.”
stucco an outside finish for walls Made up of cement, sand, and water My aunt’s home has stucco on the outside.”
smirk A small grin or a smile “The boy smirked when his friend told a joke in class”
remainder What is left over “Will you put the remainder of the food in the refrigerator?”
ransack To go threw a house/apartment/room and make things messy “Lincoln’s old apartment was ransacked by burglars”
fluorescent Glowing Bright Shining “The lights in Miss Gehrke’s room are fluorescent.”
oblivious Unaware of what is happening “She was oblivious to the teacher’s lecture.”
clobber Hit, bash, or beat “ That man is going to get clobbered with the water balloon.”
sprain Pull, injure, twist “Lincoln sprained his knee.”
dusk The time of partial darkness between day and night “My mom said I have to be home at dusk.”
social seeking and/or enjoying the company of others “Most middle school students are very social.”
sentimental Discussing nice feelings or memories about the past “I am feeling sentimental after looking at old pictures.”
throb Feeling the pounding and thumping of your heart where you have pain. “My head is throbbing” “I slammed my finger in the car door and now I can feel it throb”
mountainous Land that has very large hills or mountains “From far away it looks like the land is mountains”
TAKING SIDES TEST VOCABULARY. barrio Unkempt, over crowded, low income neighborhood “Lincoln referred to his old neighborhood as a barrio.”
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