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  1. Two Tickets to Freedom The True Story of Ellen and William Craft, Fugitive Slaves Open Court 4th Grade Unit 1 Risks and Consequences Lesson 6 Two Tickets to Freedom Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary

  2. Two Tickets to Freedom Vocabulary sympathetic asserted fugitive abolitionist indignantly Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary

  3. The officer’s voice and manner almost chilled the blood of the fugitives. fugitives“use context clues” Escaped prisoners are fugitives from the law. fugitives: Persons who run away Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary

  4. The passengers seemed sympathetic to “Mr. Johnson,” because he was so obviously ill. sympathetic“use context clues” Harold was sympathetic toward the senior citizen and offered his seat on the bus. sympathetic: showing kind feelings toward others Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary

  5. “I do not know anyone here,” asserted Mr. Johnson regretfully. Grandma asserted that no one was to eat before dinnertime. asserted“use context clues” asserted: said firmly Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary

  6. The conductor, who may well have been an abolitionist, thought he would tease this Southern slave owner. abolitionist“use context clues” The abolitionist movement successfully ended slavery. abolitionist: a person who wants to end slavery Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary

  7. “I am no slave hunter,” the conductor indignantly replied. “Stop that right now!” Mary shouted indignantly. indignantly“use context clues” indignantly: with anger Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary

  8. sympathetic: showing kind feelings toward others asserted: said firmly fugitives: Persons who run away abolitionist: a person who wants to end slavery indignantly: with anger Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary

  9. These words all come from the same root, offic. officer office official officiate Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary

  10. These words contain long (u)-ew, -u, and u_e calculate few confuse use Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary

  11. These words end with the suffix –ation-ation means the “state of being” conversation destination information plantation Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary

  12. These words from the story contain the /oo/ sound. whose crew flute continued include Melissa Lape – Wilson Elementary