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NONFICTION: “Attack at Sea,” pages 4-10 December 2015/January 2016 ®
Vocabulary: “Attack at Sea” 1. c laustrophobic (klawss-truh-FOH-bik) adjective; Claustrophobic can be used to describe a space that feels cramped and confining. In a small, dark, stuffy room, you might open the windows to make the room feel less claustrophobic. You can also use claustrophobic to describe the way someone feels: If someone is uncomfortable being in small, enclosed spaces, you could say that person is claustrophobic.
2. h ull (HUHL) noun; A hull is the main body (the sides and bottom) of a boat or ship—the part that floats in the water. The dry outer covering of a seed or fruit is also called a hull.
3. h ypothermia (hahy-puh-THUR-mee-uh) noun; If a person has hypothermia, his or her body temperature is dangerously low. Someone may develop hypothermia after falling into ice-cold water or sleeping outside on a cold night without warm clothes.
4. i ngenuity (in-juh-NOO-ih-tee) noun; If you have ingenuity, you are clever and inventive. You have ingenuity if you figure out how to turn an old sweater into a laptop sleeve or create a successful business selling homemade dog treats.
5. m unitions (myu-NISH-enz) noun; Munitions are equipment and supplies used by the military, such as weapons and ammunition.
6. o ptimism (op-tuh-MIZ-uhm) noun; If you have optimism, you have a positive attitude—a habit of expecting everything to turn out all right.
7. o pulent (OP-yuh-luhnt) adjective; Something that is opulent is fancy and expensive; it displays wealth in a showy way. An opulent living room, for example, might be decorated with expensive furniture, crystal vases, velvet curtains, and antique rugs. An opulent display of food would feature heaps of super-fancy stuff—fine cheeses, rare fruits from around the world, shrimp, steak, lobster, dozens of desserts . . . you get the picture.
NONFICTION: “Attack at Sea,” pages 4-10 December 2015/January 2016
Directions: In the space below, list any other words from the text with definitions you are unsure about. For each word, use context clues to try to figure out the meaning. Then look up the word in a few different dictionaries. Discuss the meaning of the word with your teacher or another adult. Then write a definition for the word and one example sentence.
Directions: Use a word from the word bank to fill in the blank in each sentence below.
1. I don’t share Gina’s ___________________ about the game tonight. I think we are probably going to lose.
2. The mountain climber who was trapped in a snowstorm was treated for frostbite and ___________________.
3. Surprisingly, the ___________________ hotel never seemed to have many guests. 4. After the explosion in the abandoned cave, authorities discovered that the military had once used the cave to store ___________________.
5. The boat’s name, Esperanza, is written on its ___________________ in fancy lettering.
6. After spending 10 minutes looking for his ball in the ___________________ crawl space under the house,
Jason decided to let the spiders have it. 7. This game includes tons of features I’ve never seen before. I’m impressed by its designer’s ___________________.
Directions: Identify the word or a form of the word from the word bank that has the same, or nearly the same, meaning as the boldface word or phrase in each sentence. Write each word on the lines provided. Not every word in the bank will be used. 1 8. The factory produces supplies for the military.
1 9. The Snyders live an extravagant lifestyle.
110. Kyle’s hopeful attitude is beginning to rub off on me.
111. T ara has tremendous creativity. She’s always coming up with new ideas for solving problems.
112. Ira is very hates small spaces, so he always takes the stairs instead of the elevator.