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  • WORDS IN CONTEXT DAY 1 (Page 1 of 4) 1. You can easily find south, east, and west because your compass always points north. compass 2. Before the compass, or magnetic compass, was invented, sailors used the Sun and other stars to find their way at sea. (noun) 3. His friends called Aaron the human compass because he was so good at finding his way. 1. An unproven theory is a hypothesis, while a proven theory is a principle. theory 2. A theory is developed by a scientist to explain a phenomenon. (noun) 3. They developed a theory to explain how dinosaurs became extinct. 1. Several forces hold the atoms in a molecule together. molecule 2. A molecule is a group of atoms that are bonded together. (noun) 3. The smallest unit of a chemical compound is a molecule.2009 Learning A-Z. All rights reserved. Albert Einstein-W www.VocabularyA-Z.com
  • WORDS IN CONTEXT DAY 1 (Page 2 of 4) 1. In algebra, letters take the place of unknown numbers. algebra 2. Algebra is taught by a math teacher, not a social studies teacher. (noun) 3. When doing algebra, you must determine the number that "x" represents. 1. The nucleus of an atom, which contains protons and neutrons, is surrounded by orbiting electrons. atom 2. An atom joins with other atoms to create a molecule. (noun) 3. A water molecule is made up of one atom of oxygen bound to two atoms of hydrogen. 1. The universe is the sum total of everything that exists. 2. Scientists believe that the universe, universe or cosmos, has existed for more than 13 billion years. (noun) 3. The Big Bang theory is a scientific theory about how the universe came into existence.2009 Learning A-Z. All rights reserved. Albert Einstein-W www.VocabularyA-Z.com
  • WORDS IN CONTEXT DAY 1 (Page 3 of 4) 1. A patent is legal proof that an item was invented by a particular person and not someone else. patent 2. A patent for a machine is similar to a copyright for a piece of written work. (noun) 3. Alexander Graham Bell got a patent for the telephone, but other people also thought of the idea. 1. Physics is concerned with the basic building blocks of the universe, including energy, matter, space, and physics time. 2. Physics falls under the category of physical sciences, unlike botany, which is (noun) one of the life sciences. 3. Albert Einsteins scientific theories revolutionized the field of physics. 1. A revolution is a dramatic change in something, such as a government, a fashion, or a set of ideas. revolution 2. The French Revolution, which lasted from 1789 to 1799, brought democracy to Frances government. (noun) 3. Albert Einsteins theories caused a revolution, or dramatic change, in the way people think about the universe.2009 Learning A-Z. All rights reserved. Albert Einstein-W www.VocabularyA-Z.com
  • WORDS IN CONTEXT DAY 1 (Page 4 of 4) 1. If you receive criticism, people share with you their negative thoughts about something you did. criticism 2. People who have new ideas in scientific fields often receive criticism at first, but over time their ideas often gain acceptance. (noun) 3. She ignored her parents criticism of her decision to be an artist and went on to become quite successful. 1. If you are astounded by the beauty of the Grand Canyon, you are so dazzled by it that you can hardly believe what youre astounded seeing. 2. I was astounded, or astonished, to see all the tricks her dog could do. (adjective) 3. Scientists in the early 1900s were astounded by Albert Einsteins ideas about the nature of the universe. 1. Certification is the process by which a person obtains a patent for a new invention or a document for completing a course of study. certification 2. When the process of certification takes place, a person or organization receives a certificate. (noun) 3. Albert Einstein once had a job making sure that devices submitted for patent certification worked the way their inventors said they did.2009 Learning A-Z. All rights reserved. Albert Einstein-W www.VocabularyA-Z.com
  • WORD SMART DAY 1 (Page 1 of 1)Name: _______________________________________________________ INSTRUCTIONS: Record a vocabulary word in each word box. Then write a synonym and an antonym, draw a picture, and define each word. Use each word in a sentence on the back of this worksheet. Word Picture Synonym Antonym Definition _______________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Word Picture Synonym Antonym Definition _______________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________2009 Learning A-Z. All rights reserved. Albert Einstein-W www.VocabularyA-Z.com
  • a direction-finding tool with a needle that alwayscompass points north (noun) WORD CARD DEFINITION CARD a possible explanation that has not been proven theory true (noun) WORD CARD DEFINITION CARD the smallest part of a substance that can existmolecule by itself, made of one or more atoms (noun) WORD CARD DEFINITION CARD
  • a branch of math in which symbols, usually letters,algebra are used to represent unknown numbers (noun) WORD CARD DEFINITION CARD the smallest unit of an atom element (noun) WORD CARD DEFINITION CARD all things that exist inuniverse space (noun) WORD CARD DEFINITION CARD
  • a document granting the right to make money from patent an invention (noun) WORD CARD DEFINITION CARD the scientific study of matter, motion, and physics energy (noun) WORD CARD DEFINITION CARD an overthrow of previous ideas or ways of doingrevolution things (noun) WORD CARD DEFINITION CARD
  • the act of finding fault or carefully judging for criticism review (noun) WORD CARD DEFINITION CARD completely surprised;astounded amazed (adjective) WORD CARD DEFINITION CARD the process of receiving an official document showing that somethingcertification is true or that it works as claimed (noun) WORD CARD DEFINITION CARD
  • ANALOGIES DAY 2 (Page 1 of 2)Name: An analogy shows a relationship between two sets of words. The words in the first pair must have the same relationship as the words in the second pair. To complete an analogy with a missing word, you must first discover the relationship between the completed pair. (Example: Cat is to meow as dog is to bark.) temperature biology battle hypothesize revolution approval elements property frightened social studies rocks and minerals abbreviateINSTRUCTIONS: Determine the relationship between the first pair of words. Then use the words in the word box to complete thesecond pair of words.1. Certification is to certify ...as... abbreviation is to2. Patent is to license ...as... possessions are to3. Theory is to theorize ...as... hypothesis is to4. Physics is to energy and matter ...as... geology is to5. Universe is to cosmos ...as... orbit is to6. Criticism is to disapproval ...as... acceptance is to2009 Learning A-Z. All rights reserved. Albert Einstein-W www.VocabularyA-Z.com
  • ANALOGIES DAY 2 (Page 2 of 2)Name: An analogy shows a relationship between two sets of words. The words in the first pair must have the same relationship as the words in the second pair. To complete an analogy with a missing word, you must first discover the relationship between the completed pair. (Example: Cat is to meow as dog is to bark.) temperature biology battle hypothesize revolution approval elements property frightened social studies rocks and minerals abbreviateINSTRUCTIONS: Determine the relationship between the first pair of words. Then use the words in the word box to complete thesecond pair of words.7. Astounded is to amazed ...as... alarmed is to8. Compass is to direction ...as... thermometer is to9. Atom is to chemistry ...as... genes are to10. Algebra is to math ...as... history is to11. Molecule is to atoms ...as... compound is to12. Revolution is to rebellion ...as... fight is to2009 Learning A-Z. All rights reserved. Albert Einstein-W www.VocabularyA-Z.com
  • CLOZE SENTENCES DAY 2 (Page 1 of 2)Name: compass algebra patent criticism theory atom physics astounded molecule universe revolution certificationINSTRUCTIONS: Use the vocabulary words in the word box above to complete the sentences below.1. Professional requires a person to prove that he or she is qualified to perform a job.2. A is used to explain a phenomenon.3. The contains much more than we can be aware of.4. An is the basic unit of matter.5. is negative feedback from other people.6. The inventor of a product needs to get a to protect his or her rights to it.7. In , you find the missing number.8. is the branch of science that studies the building blocks of the universe.2009 Learning A-Z. All rights reserved. Albert Einstein-W www.VocabularyA-Z.com
  • CLOZE SENTENCES DAY 2 (Page 2 of 2)Name: compass algebra patent criticism theory atom physics astounded molecule universe revolution certificationINSTRUCTIONS: Use the vocabulary words in the word box above to complete the sentences below.9. The needle of a always points north.10. A consists of one or more atoms.11. She was to discover that her new friends parents have the same birthdays as her own parents.12. The invention of the computer created a worldwide in how people do business.2009 Learning A-Z. All rights reserved. Albert Einstein-W www.VocabularyA-Z.com
  • EXPLORATION DAY 3 INSTRUCTIONS: Assign one or more of the following activities to reinforce the function of nouns. NOUNS Draw a Picture Materials: Word cards; box or envelope; paper; pencils, markers, or crayons Place all the word cards in a box or envelope. Have students pull out a word card and draw a picture of the chosen word. Encourage them to draw a picture that illustrates the word’s meaning. Make a Picture Dictionary Materials: Paper; pencils, markers, or crayons Have students create a picture dictionary for the word list by writing their own definitions and drawing their own illustrations in their book. Make a Sentence Materials: Word cards, box or envelope, strips of paper Place all the word cards in a box or envelope. Have students pull out a word card and use their chosen word to create a written or oral sentence. Match a Word Materials: Word cards, tape, box or envelope Place all the word cards in a box or envelope. Have students pull out a word card and tape it onto an object in the classroom using the word as a label. Mime It! Materials: Word cards, box or envelope Place all the word cards in a box or envelope. Have students pull out a word card and act it out. Have classmates try to guess the word. Pick a Synonym or Antonym Materials: Word cards Place all the word cards in a box or envelope. Have students pull out a word card and give a synonym or an antonym for the chosen word. (You may choose to omit words that do not have synonyms or antonyms, or you may choose to include them as points of discussion.)2009 Learning A-Z. All rights reserved. Albert Einstein-W www.VocabularyA-Z.com
  • CONCEPT COMPLETION DAY 4 (Page 1 of 1)Name:INSTRUCTIONS: Use what you know about the vocabulary words to complete the following sentences.1. I would be astounded if I saw2. If you study physics, you will learn about3. I have a theory about4. Criticism is5. An atom is6. A revolution is7. Its a good idea to get a patent if you8. One of my favorite things in the whole universe is9. Certification is a process by which10. The captain used the compass to11. A molecule is made up of12. Algebra is a branch of2009 Learning A-Z. All rights reserved. Albert Einstein-W www.VocabularyA-Z.com
  • ASSESSMENT DAY 5 (Page 1 of 2)Name:INSTRUCTIONS: Choose the best answer to complete each statement.1. A compass would be most useful to 6. Scientists believe the universe is at a person who is least years old. cooking 13 thousand hiking 13 billion reading 13 million2. A theory is developed by scientists 7. gets a patent. to explain a A clothing store phenomenon An inventor procedure A parent consequence 8. not part of the realm of3. A molecule is the smallest part of physics. Animals are a substance Energy is a reaction Matter is an element 9. is not a synonym for4. Algebra is a branch of revolution. science Election the arts Dramatic change math Overthrow5. An atom of is not part of 10. Criticism is not the same as water. oxygen positive feedback nitrogen disapproval hydrogen negative feedback2009 Learning A-Z. All rights reserved. Albert Einstein-W www.VocabularyA-Z.com
  • ASSESSMENT DAY 5 (Page 2 of 2)Name:INSTRUCTIONS: Choose the best answer to complete each statement.11. An antonym for astounded is excited bored angry12. After certification, a person or organization receives a document gold watch medal2009 Learning A-Z. All rights reserved. Albert Einstein-W www.VocabularyA-Z.com