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“Emily’s Hands-On Science Experiment” Unit 3, Lesson 4Mystery to Medicine


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“Emily’s Hands-On Science Experiment”Word Knowledge

  • calculator

  • protector

  • professor

  • editor

These words have the suffix –or.



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These words have five to six syllables.

  • experimentation

  • investigation

  • personality


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These words contain the /s/ sound spelled ce.

  • existence

  • conceive

  • balance

  • slice

  • process


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Identify the contraction in the sentence.

  • She doesn’t carry around a calculator.


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What verb in the sentence can also be a noun?

  • The theory is that hands can sense an energy field.


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This sentence is rhetorical.

  • Emily asked, “Why not do a scientific investigation?”


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Which word has the /s/ sound spelled ce?

  • Dinosaurs are no longer in existence.


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Vocabulary

  • controversial

  • practitioner

  • asthma

  • skeptic

  • significant


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controversial-use context clues

  • It is controversial science, too.

  • Protesters gathered outside the theater where the controversial movie was being shown.

    controversial – something that causes disagreements


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practitioners

  • Instead, therapeutic touch practitioners hold their hands several inches above the patient’s body and move the hands back and forth.

  • The yoga practitioners meet in the gym to do their exercises.

practitioners-people who perform a certain skill, for example, a doctor is a practitioner of medicine


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asthma

  • Touch therapists claim they can treat cancer, ease asthma, and reduce pain and nausea, among other things.

  • The medicine I take for asthma helps me breathe better.

asthma – a disease that makes it difficult to breathe and causes wheezing and coughing


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skeptics

  • “My parents are skeptics, but I wanted to see for myself,” said Emily.

  • The skeptics didn’t think it was possible for Nick to win the election.

skeptic – people who have doubts about something


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significant

  • Though Emily’s experiment was a significant study, more work must be done to back up her findings.

  • Scientists made a significant discovery when they found a cure for the disease.

significant - important


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Vocabulary Review

  • controversial – something that causes disagreements

  • practitioners – people who perform a certain skill

  • asthma – a disease that makes it difficult to breathe and causes wheezing and coughing

  • skeptics – people who have doubts about something

  • significant - important


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Vocabulary Quiz

skeptic

asthma

controversial

practitioner

significant

skeptic

__________ – people who have doubts about something

_________ – people who perform a certain skill

_________- important

_________ – something that causes disagreements

_________ – a disease that makes it difficult to breathe and causes wheezing and coughing

practitioner

significant

controversial

asthma


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