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The Fire Builder Vocabulary. Open Court Reading 2002, 6 th Grade Unit 1, Lesson 1 Ms. Siriwardene Leland Street School. flue. “The Fire Builder” Vocabulary Words. self-pity. smoldered. vicious. skittered.
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The Fire Builder Vocabulary Open Court Reading 2002, 6 th Grade Unit 1, Lesson 1 Ms. Siriwardene Leland Street School

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pipe "The Fire Builder" Vocabulary Words self indulgence seethed awful skittered

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The bend of the stone back made a practically consummate drawing vent that brought the smoke up through the breaks of the rooftop yet held the warmth. You should constantly open the pipe , the pipe that gives smoke a chance to get away, before you make a fire in the chimney. vent What skill(s) did you use to decide the significance of this word? Setting pieces of information Apposition pipe: a pipe or tube that gives smoke a chance to get away

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self indulgence The torment filled his leg now, and with it came new rushes of self indulgence . Brian discovered that self indulgence would not help him in his battle to survive. What skill(s) did you use to decide the importance of this word? Setting intimations Word structure Self-feel sorry for: feeling frustrated about oneself

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seethed The billow of flashes poured down, the greater part of them missing the home, yet a few, maybe thirty or something like that, hit in the dejection and of those six or seven discovered fuel and developed, seethed and brought about the bark to go up against the red shine. The fire seethed however never burst into fire. What skill(s) did you use to decide the significance of this word? Setting hints seethed: smoldered with a little smoke yet no fire

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horrendous In the previous three days, he has been assaulted by crowds of awful mosquitoes and flies, has been racked with yearning, and has seen a bear. A horrible lion pursued the youthful zebra. What skill(s) did you use to decide the significance of this word? Setting pieces of information awful: brutally furious

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skittered Now he shouted, with the torment and fear, and skittered on his posterior up into the side of the haven, breathing through his mouth, straining to see, to listen. The rock skittered on top of the surface of the lake. What skill(s) did you use to decide the significance of this word? Setting pieces of information skittered: coasted gently and rapidly over a surface

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