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Heroes: Yesterday and Today Vocabulary Shining Star, Book A UNIT 5, Part 1
VOCABULARY IN CONTEXT p. 181
beliefs Nelson Mandela lived by his beliefs. Because of his refusal to abandon these ideas and values, he went to jail. ideas and values
deeds Mandela is internationally famous because of his brave deeds. He took these actions to help his people. actions; things a person does
imprisoned Some heroes, such as Mandela, Gandhi, and Joan of Arc, have been imprisoned and have spent years in jail. jailed
passive resistance Gandhi taught people how to show their objection to something through passive resistance, or nonviolent confrontation. non violent confrontation
social justice Benito Juarez was interested in social justice, especially the rights of native peoples. the rights and equality of people
tolerance People all get along better if they have greater tolerance for others. We have to accept other peoples right to be different from us. acceptance of other peoples rights to be different
Heroes: Yesterday and Today pp
patriot a person who is very loyal to his or her country
burned at the stake put to death by tying to a post and burning
superintendent manager, chief
industrialist owner or manager of a factory or industrial company
brutality cruelty, viciousness
concentration camps places where the Nazis killed Jews and other people in World War II
apartheid a system in which different races in a country are separated
inspired caused; created
lepers people with leprosy, a skin disease
descendants grandchildren; great-grandchildren, etc
banned made illegal
abolished got rid of
circumstances events; situations
borders official lines that separate two countries
disasters horrible events that cause great damage and death
administrators people who manage businesses or organizations
nutrition nourishment; eating healthful foods
sanitation hygiene; cleanliness
atrocities extremely violent actions
founders people who start organizations or companies
hijackers people who illegally take control of an airplane
exploded burst into fire and small pieces; blew up
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