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Sacagawea’s Journey. Word Knowledge. Line 1: explore explorers exploring exploration Line 2: curtain campfire crime contact command Line 3: afternoon homecoming hailstones rainstorm Line 4: plain plane waist waste herd

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word knowledge
Word Knowledge
  • Line 1: explore explorers exploring exploration
  • Line 2: curtain campfire crime contact command
  • Line 3: afternoon homecoming hailstones rainstorm
  • Line 4: plain plane waist waste herd
  • Sentence 1: The exploration party buried a cache of food near the campfire.
  • Sentence 2: The explorers made contact with the captain.
  • Sentence 3: This afternoon there was a shower of hailstones outside.
  • Sentence 4: From the window of the plane, we could see the river winding through the campfire.
background information
Background Information
  • Biography
  • Lewis and Clark expedition began in 1804 at the Mississippi River in St. Louis
  • Corp reached the Pacific Ocean in September 23, 1806
  • Clark published Lewis’s journal after he died
  • Sacagawea was part of the Shoshone tribe and married a fur trader named Toussaint Charbonneau
  • Sacagawea and her family were hired as interpreters and guides to help the expedition
  • Sacagawea’s face appears on the one-dollar coin
provisions
Provisions

Supplies such as food, water, and medicine

NOUN

Singular: Provision

the act of carrying boats over land when water passage is dangerous or impossible
The act of carrying boats over land when water passage is dangerous or impossible

(V) Portaged

(V) Portaging

PORTAGE

NOUN

capable

(N) Capability

(Adv) Capably

Capable

Skilled or able to do something well

ADJECTIVE

desperation

NOUN

Desperation

A hopeless feeling when you are ready to try anything to help the situation

(Adj) Desperate

(Adv) Desperately

scouting
Scouting

When someone on a journey is going ahead to look for information

(N) A Scout

(V) To Scout

comprehension questions
Comprehension Questions

They traveled upstream.

2. He used the stars to chart.

3. She was returning to her homeland where she had been taken from as a child.

  • Why was it hard to travel on the Missouri River?
  • How did Lewis chart their route?
  • Why was the trip important to Sacagawea?
  • Why did Sacagawea look at the moccasins?
  • Why was the Missouri River such a challenge
  • How did Sacagawea help?
  • Why did they leave the red pirogue?
  • How did they help Sacagawea to feel better?
  • Who took Sacagawea away from the Shoshone?
  • What do the Shoshone call their land?

4. She checked to see what tribe they belonged to.

5. The river branched off in many directions and they didn’t know which one to take.

6. She knew the land and how to find food.

7. They had too much to carry.

8. They gave her mineral water.

9. A Hidatsa warrior took her.

10. They call it “Shining Mountains.”