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By Ellen M Dolan

Attractive tales masking recognized figures, activities personalities and occasions, mysteries, failures, legends and mythology, and notable evidence in technological know-how and nature carry scholars curiosity and trap their imaginations. A managed vocabulary averaging clarity degrees lower than content material guarantees realizing and promotes self assurance. Follow-up questions make stronger key comprehension abilities.

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Alory. Ogier. Do you think Roland was ready to become a knight? Yes, he had trained as a squire long enough. Yes, he showed quick thinking and courage. c. No, he was still a young boy. A prisoner has been a. taken by the enemy. knighted. killed. 5. In this story, a coward is a. a young person. b. a person who fights well. c. someone without courage. Find a book about Roland. The Song of Roland is the story of his life. Read about the adventures Sir Roland had as a young knight. Compare him with young men today.

The ICE is a popular means of travel for German citizens and tourists. Japanese travelers are speeding to work on a streamlined “bullet train,” the Shinkansen. The “bullet train” is one of the fastest in operation. It travels as fast as 160 miles per hour. It operates on elevated tracks that run throughout Tokyo. A third rail sends electric power to the elevated train. The train’s engineer controls the flow of current to the train. The train has carried an astonishing five billion people since it was introduced!

C. a hurricane. 6. Was Sinbad brave, lucky, or smart? __________ Explain your answer. _______________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ Context Clues 4. Sinbad made a nice profit. a. financial gain b.

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