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Name: ________________________________________________________ Date: ______________ nonfiction: “The Boys Who Fought the Nazis” • Skill: Vocabulary Acquisition, page 1 of 2
“The Boys Who Fought the Nazis” 1. haggard (HAG-erd) adjective; looking exhausted or unwell example: Gary looked haggard after two long nights of studying.
2. interrogate (in-TEHR-uh-geyt) verb; to question someone in detail, often about something private or secret example: After I missed my curfew, my mom interrogated me about where I’d been.
3. outlandish (owt-LAN-dish) adjective; looking or sounding bizarre or unfamiliar example: Ericka’s fashion taste has been called outlandish; her favorite ensemble involves a pink fur coat, green striped socks, and a cowboy hat.
4. regime (ruh-ZHEEM) noun; 1. a form of government or rule, often an authoritarian one; 2. a system or planned way of doing things. example 1: Hundreds of peasants suffered from hunger and poverty under the cruel king’s regime. example 2: Kristina’s daily fitness regime involves running two miles and biking for 20 minutes.
5. scapegoat (SKEYP-goht) noun; a person or group made to take the blame for something example: I hadn’t touched my brother’s iPod in weeks, but somehow I became the scapegoat for its disappearance. 6. _ _______________ (
Directions: Read the following definitions and example sentences. Then add two additional words from the article in the spaces provided.
Name: ________________________________________________________ Date: ______________ nonfiction: “The Boys Who Fought the Nazis” • Skill: Vocabulary Acquisition, page 2 of 2
“The Boys Who Fought the Nazis” Word Bank haggard
1 1. The police spent hours __________________ their suspect, but he wouldn’t say a word. 1 2. Lady Gaga is known for her __________________ costumes and music videos. 1 3. A severe case of the flu left Maria looking pale and ________________. 1 4. In the novel The Hunger Games, Katniss inspires other to fight against President Snow’s evil _________________. 1 5. Even though the entire team played poorly, the goalie became the ________________ for losing the game because he was unable to make a save on the last play. Directions: In the space provided before each of the following word pairs, write S if the words are synonyms or A if the words are antonyms. 6. ____ outlandish, mundane
8. ____ regime, system
7. ____ scapegoat, hero
9. ____ haggard, healthy
10._ ____ examine, interrogate
Directions: Complete each sentence in a way that makes the meaning of the boldface word clear. 11._The haggard traveler had been ____________________________________________________________ _ ________________________________________________________________________________________ 12._I interrogated Lisa to discover _____________________________________________________________ _ ________________________________________________________________________________________ 13._ As part of Dad’s new nutritional regime, he plans to_________________________________________ _ ________________________________________________________________________________________ Scholastic sCOPE ACTIVITY • April 8, 2013