Gandhi Open Court Unit 3_Lesson 5
Word Knowledge Line 1: govern government governing governance Line 2: nonviolent nonviolence non-cooperation nontoxic Line 3: photograph triumph graphic paragraph Line 4: disobedience resistance confidence independence S1: The American government is based on democracy. S2: How can you believe the nonsense he’s telling you? S3: During the summer, I took a photography class. S4: Her resistance asserted her independence.
Vocabulary Profound (pro-found): deeply moving, intense(pg. 314) The audience found the message of the former war prisoner to be profound. rural: having to do with the country(pg. 323) Martin grew up in a rural area and knows a lot about raising vegetables. quell: to suppress or quiet(pg. 324) The father tried to quell the fears of the children during the firece storm. fast: to not eat(pg. 318) Gandhi would often fast for long periods of time to draw attention to political battles. Oppressor (op-pres-sor): a person or group who forcibly rules over others.(pg. 318) He encouraged people to fight their oppressor nonviolently.
Spelling • convenience • experience • patience • sequence • science • disobedience • resistance • confidence • independence • influence • allowance • annoyance • defiance • distance • disturbance • endurance • guidance • ignorance • reluctance • acquaintance