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Johnny Appleseed

Unit 6, Lesson 4- Vocabulary & Spelling List

Test: Friday, May 4, 2018

Vocabulary:

1.     Stored- to put away for future use

2.    Cleared- to remove things from

3.    Survived- to stay alive

4.    boasted- to brag

5.    Exhausted- very weak or tired

6.    Affectionately- with love

7.    Exaggerated- to go beyond the truth

8.    Claim- to say that something is true

Spelling Test


1.     astronomer

 

2.    support

 

3.    graphic

 

4.    flawless

 

5.    congratulate

 

6.    quality

 

7.    geologist

 

8.    neatly

 

9.    basement

 

10.  shyness

 

11.  invasion

 

12.  padded

 

13.  painting

 

14.  bendable

 

15.  colorful

 

16.  exhausted

 

17.  exaggerated

 

18. affectionately

 

 

 

To know:

 

Review suffixes

 

ly- in a certain way

 

y- having the quality of

 

ment- action or process of

 

tion- action or process of,

 

ful- to be full of

 

able- can be

 

ity- state of being

 

less- without or lacking

 

ness- state of being

 

sion- state of being

 

 

 

Greek & Latin root words:

 

ast- star

 

graph- write

 

log- word

 

scop- see

 

grat- pleasing

 

mar- sea

 

miss- send

 

port- carry

 

·        Homophones: words that sound alike but have different spellings and meanings.

·        Homographs: words that have the same spelling but have different pronunciations and meanings. (wind- movement of air- wind-to wrap with something flexible)

·        A Legend is a story that has become exaggerated through retellings.

·        The story is told from the third-person point of view by an unnamed Narrator.

·        Johnny first cleared land in the Allegheny Mountains.

·        Johnny had to return to the East to get more seeds when he ran out.

·        John Chapman’s nickname was Johnny Appleseed. He was a strong, gentle, and kind man. He loved nature and animals.

·        When Ohio became too crowded, Johnny moved to Indiana.

·        During Johnny’s early years, his father was away at war. His mother and brother died before he was two. This made life hard for Johnny.

·        To get the forest cleared so he could plant more apple trees, Johnny came up with a plan for the men to have a tree-chopping contest.

·        The winters slowed Johnny down because, it was cold and snowy in winter and difficult to travel and find warm shelter.

 

 

Science: Unit 10- Simple Machines

Daily assignments will be given.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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