The Great Serum Race BLAZING THE IDITAROD TRAIL By Debbie S. Miller Illustrations by Jon Van Zyle Power Point by M.Straughan

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  • The Great Serum Race BLAZING THE IDITAROD TRAIL By Debbie S. Miller Illustrations by Jon Van Zyle Power Point by M.Straughan
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  • Comprehension Skill SEQUENCE Read to find out: What role did the sled dogs play in the sequence of events? This is a NON FICTION story. Nonfiction is a detailed account of read people or situations using verifiable facts.
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  • VOCABULARY pedestriansoutskirts unbearablerendezvous interceptquarantine epidemicplight
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  • pedestrians Pedestrians are people who walk to a destination. Pedestrians are people who walk to a destination. The pedestrians crossed the street together. The pedestrians crossed the street together. What is a synonym for pedestrian? What is a synonym for pedestrian?
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  • outskirts The outskirts refers to a place away from the center. The outskirts refers to a place away from the center. Emma lives on the outskirts of town. Emma lives on the outskirts of town. What is a synonym for outskirts? What is a synonym for outskirts?
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  • unbearable Something unbearable cannot be tolerated. Something unbearable cannot be tolerated. The sound of drilling is unbearable. The sound of drilling is unbearable. What is a synonym for unbearable? What is a synonym for unbearable?
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  • rendezvous A rendezvous is a designated meeting or meeting place. A rendezvous is a designated meeting or meeting place. Our rendezvous was scheduled for eight. Our rendezvous was scheduled for eight. What is a synonym for rendezvous? What is a synonym for rendezvous?
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  • intercept If you intercept something, you stop its passage to its destination. If you intercept something, you stop its passage to its destination. The mail truck will intercept the train today. The mail truck will intercept the train today. What is a synonym for intercept? What is a synonym for intercept?
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  • quarantine A quarantine is a restriction put on movements to try to contain a disease. A quarantine is a restriction put on movements to try to contain a disease. When Ian had measles he was in quarantine for sixty days. When Ian had measles he was in quarantine for sixty days. What is a synonym for quarantine? What is a synonym for quarantine?
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  • epidemic An epidemic is an outbreak of a contagious disease. An epidemic is an outbreak of a contagious disease. The school shut down due to a flu epidemic. The school shut down due to a flu epidemic. How might people respond to an epidemic? How might people respond to an epidemic? What is a synonym for epidemic?
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  • plight The plight of someone or something refers to a difficult situation. The plight of someone or something refers to a difficult situation. The plight of whales is sad. The plight of whales is sad. What is a synonym for plight? What is a synonym for plight?
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  • SPELLING LIST VC/V AND V/CV PATTERNS brutalsecure paniccabin fevervoter vanishnylon detectresist laborfocus rivalrecite topicamid unitrotate vitallament victimwallet snapshotmural civic
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  • brutal The cold weather is brutal. The cold weather is brutal.
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  • secure They feel secure in the shelter. They feel secure in the shelter.
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  • panic Dont panic over the test. Dont panic over the test.
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  • cabin The cabin is in the woods. The cabin is in the woods.
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  • fever She was sick with a fever. She was sick with a fever.
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  • voter The voter entered the booth. The voter entered the booth.
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  • vanish Vanishing point Vanishing point
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  • nylon The brush has nylon bristles. The brush has nylon bristles.
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  • detect Do I detect the smell of paint? Do I detect the smell of paint?
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  • resist I couldnt resist buying the toy. I couldnt resist buying the toy.
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  • labor We went to the labor board. We went to the labor board.
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  • focus Lets focus on good news. Lets focus on good news.
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  • rival The rival team lost the game. The rival team lost the game.
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  • recite Please recite the poem. Please recite the poem.
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  • topic What topic will you write about? What topic will you write about?
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  • amid They were calm amid the uproar. They were calm amid the uproar.
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  • unit A second is a unit of time. A second is a unit of time.
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  • rotate Helicopter blades rotate. Helicopter blades rotate.
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  • vital The heart is vital organ. The heart is vital organ.
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  • lament Lament means to mourn. Lament means to mourn.
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  • victim The victim went to the police. The victim went to the police.
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  • wallet I bought my dad a wallet. I bought my dad a wallet.
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  • snapshot Have you seen my snapshot of Barbara Mandrell? Have you seen my snapshot of Barbara Mandrell?
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  • mural Have you ever painted a mural? Have you ever painted a mural?
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  • civic Obeying the law is a civic duty. Obeying the law is a civic duty.
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