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Amelia Earhart First Lady of Flight. By: Jan Parr What Really Happened Theme 2 , Selection 1, Day 1 Taught By: Mrs. Williams. Genre. The Mystery of the Cliff Dwellers. A ccomplish. v.  To succeed in doing something. Her education will help her accomplish great things. Accounting.

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amelia earhart first lady of flight

Amelia Earhart First Lady of Flight

By: Jan Parr

What Really Happened

Theme 2, Selection 1, Day 1

Taught By: Mrs. Williams

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Accomplish

v.  To succeed in doing something.

Her education will help her accomplish great things.

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Accounting

n.  A detailed narrative; a record of events.

For several days, the newspaper gave a detailed accounting of destruction from the hurricane. 

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Aviation

n.  The operation of aircraft.

The history of aviation goes back to the days of hot air balloons. 

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Disappearance

n.  The state of having vanished.

Lydia was saddened by the disappearance of her pet mouse. 

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Inspiration

n.  A positive example that encourages others to attempt to reach their goals.

Her success in college is an inspiration to her younger sisters. 

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Journal

n.  A personal record of events; a diary.

Angela wrote about her vacation in her journal.

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Runway

n.  A strip of level ground where airplanes take off and land.

The plane sped down the runway and rose into the air. 

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Taxied

v.  To move slowly on the ground before taking off or after landing.

The plane taxied to a halt at the end of the runway. 

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Key Background Vocabulary

  • accomplish
    • To succeed in doing something
  • accounting
    • A detailed narrative; a record of events
  • aviation
    • The operation of an aircraft
  • disappearance
    • The state of having vanished
  • inspiration
    • A positive example that encourages others to attempt to reach their goals.
  • journal
    • A personal account of events
  • runway
    • A strip of level ground where airplanes take off and land.
  • taxied
    • Moved slowly on the ground before taking off or later landing.
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Amelia Earhart

Practice Book pg. 112

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Amelia Earhart First Lady of Flight

By: Jan Parr

What Really Happened

Theme 2, Selection 1, Day 2

Taught By: Mrs. Williams

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Key Background Vocabulary

  • accomplish
    • To succeed in doing something
  • accounting
    • A detailed narrative; a record of events
  • aviation
    • The operation of an aircraft
  • disappearance
    • The state of having vanished
  • inspiration
    • A positive example that encourages others to attempt to reach their goals.
  • journal
    • A personal account of events
  • runway
    • A strip of level ground where airplanes take off and land.
  • taxied
    • Moved slowly on the ground before taking off or later landing.
amelia earhart first lady of flight2

Amelia Earhart First Lady of Flight

By: Jan Parr

What Really Happened

Theme 2, Selection 1, Day 3

Taught By: Mrs. Williams

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Key Background Vocabulary

  • accomplish
    • To succeed in doing something
  • accounting
    • A detailed narrative; a record of events
  • aviation
    • The operation of an aircraft
  • disappearance
    • The state of having vanished
  • inspiration
    • A positive example that encourages others to attempt to reach their goals.
  • journal
    • A personal account of events
  • runway
    • A strip of level ground where airplanes take off and land.
  • taxied
    • Moved slowly on the ground before taking off or later landing.
amelia earhart first lady of flight3

Amelia Earhart First Lady of Flight

By: Jan Parr

What Really Happened

Theme 2, Selection 1, Day 4

Taught By: Mrs. Williams

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Key Background Vocabulary

  • accomplish
    • To succeed in doing something
  • accounting
    • A detailed narrative; a record of events
  • aviation
    • The operation of an aircraft
  • disappearance
    • The state of having vanished
  • inspiration
    • A positive example that encourages others to attempt to reach their goals.
  • journal
    • A personal account of events
  • runway
    • A strip of level ground where airplanes take off and land.
  • taxied
    • Moved slowly on the ground before taking off or later landing.
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Barn Storming

  • With your shoulder partner, read pages 160-163 from your text using the skills mentions in the yellow column on the left of page 160. When you are finished discuss these questions with your partner and write your answers in complete sentences on a piece of lined paper..

1. How would you describe Bessie’s to the racial prejudice she encountered?

3. Compare and contrast the stories about Amelia and Bessie. Give two of each

3. Why do you think Coleman wanted to start a school for African American aviators?

2. Why do you think the author began in 1922 and then went back to Bessie’s childhood?

In what ways did Bessie show Courage?

amelia earheart first lady of flight

Amelia Earheart First Lady of Flight

By: Jan Parr

What Really Happened

Theme 2, Selection 1, Day 5

Taught By: Mr. Williams

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Weekly Skills Test

  • Make sure your name, date, and assignment are written clearly on the top left of the paper.
  • Turn your test paper to me and put your answer key in the reading basket.
  • Finish your Mountain Language.
  • Finish any other unfinished work.