Open Court- Fifth Grade Unit 4- Making a New Nation Lesson2. The Night the Revolution Began. from Give Me Liberty! by Russell Freeman. Word Knowledge and Selection Vocabulary . A Presentation by Tan Doan- Fruitvale School- Oakland . fine pound light clubs watch .
The man received a fine for paying his taxes late.
Please give some examples of multiple- meaning words.
/sh/ sound spelled sh or -ti-
The British ships were station nearby.
Can you think of some more words with /sh/ sound spelled sh or -ti-?
plural words ending with es
Churches had to pay taxes, too.
Please give some more plural words ending with es.
I enjoyed my friend’s story about
the king’s castle and his court.
Make a sentence that contains at least one possessive noun.
Use Context Clues, Word Structure, and Apposition
to figure out the meaning of the words
- Then he knotted his bedding together, hung it out the window, and slid to freedom. He wasn’t a rope maker’s apprentice for nothing.
- When I was an apprentice to a carpenter, I learned a lot about woodworking from the tasks he assigned to me.
a person who works for a skilled worker in order to learn a trade or art
- Among them were blacksmiths, masons, shipwrights, well-known citizens, men of prominent families and positions who had come along as lieutenants to direct the action and help keep order.
- The soldiers respected their lieutenants and followed his orders without asking questions.
an officer in the armed forces
- The Boston Tea Party was an act of defiance, a protest against King George III.
- The child stood still in defiance when her mother
asked her to go to her room.
bold refusal to obey or respect authority
Throughout the thirteen colonies, people had boycotted British tea rather than pay the hated tax.
Many customers boycotted the deli when it raised its prices; they took their business to the shop down the street.
to join with others in refusing to buy from or deal with a person, nation, or business
- When all the tea had been thrown overboard, the “ Mohawks” fell into line and marched away to the music of a fife, surprised that they had met no opposition.
- My music teacher asked me to play the fife when our band marched in the Independence Day parade.
a musical instrument like a flute that makes a high, clear sound and is often used with drums in a marching band
01.bold refusal to obey or respect authority
02.a musical instrument like a flute that makes a high, clear sound and is often used with drums in a marching band
03.a person who works for a skilled worker in order to learn a trade or art
04.an officer in the armed forces
05.to join with others in refusing to buy from or deal with a person, nation, or business