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  • Two Tickets to FreedomThe True Story of Ellen and William Craft, Fugitive SlavesOpen Court 4th Grade Unit 1 Risks and Consequences Lesson 6 Two Tickets to FreedomMelissa Lape Wilson Elementary

  • Two Tickets to Freedom Vocabularyfugitivesympatheticasserted abolitionistindignantlyMelissa Lape Wilson Elementary

  • fugitives use context cluesThe officers voice and manner almost chilled the blood of the fugitives.Escaped prisoners are fugitives from the law.fugitives: Persons who run awayMelissa Lape Wilson Elementary

  • sympathetic use context cluesThe passengers seemed sympathetic to Mr. Johnson, because he was so obviously ill.

    Harold was sympathetic toward the senior citizen and offered his seat on the bus.sympathetic: showing kind feelings toward othersMelissa Lape Wilson Elementary

  • asserted use context cluesI do not know anyone here, asserted Mr. Johnson regretfully.

    Grandma asserted that no one was to eat before dinnertime.asserted: said firmlyMelissa Lape Wilson Elementary

  • abolitionist use context cluesThe conductor, who may well have been an abolitionist, thought he would tease this Southern slave owner.

    The abolitionist movement successfully ended slavery.abolitionist: a person who wants to end slaveryMelissa Lape Wilson Elementary

  • indignantly use context cluesI am no slave hunter, the conductor indignantly replied.

    Stop that right now! Mary shouted indignantly.indignantly: with angerMelissa Lape Wilson Elementary

  • fugitives: Persons who run away

    sympathetic: showing kind feelings toward others

    asserted: said firmly

    abolitionist: a person who wants to end slaveryindignantly: with angerMelissa Lape Wilson Elementary

  • These words all come from the same root, offic. officeofficerofficial officiate Melissa Lape Wilson Elementary

  • These words contain long (u)-ew, -u, and u_efewcalculateconfuse use Melissa Lape Wilson Elementary

  • These words end with the suffix ation-ation means the state of being

    destinationconversationinformationplantationMelissa Lape Wilson Elementary

  • These words from the story contain the /oo/ sound.flutewhosecrewcontinuedincludeMelissa Lape Wilson Elementary

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