By Kirk Schriefer
4 booklet sequence of reproducible low point ESL/EFL/Literacy studying and dialogue texts. every one unit examines a component of the yankee adventure that might certainly curiosity and tell not just immigrants to the U.S. but in addition newbies out of the country who need to know extra concerning the humans, background, geography and tradition of this nice kingdom. even though the passages are constrained to an trouble-free point of language hassle, their sort is still bright and real. Readers might be encouraged via the braveness of Harriet Tubman, awed through the wonderful thing about the Grand Canyon, occupied with the paintings of the F.B.I., and surprised by way of the occasions surrounding Watergate. booklet 3: issues A: car B: Baseball C: structure D: Democracy E: Emancipation Proclamation F: F.B.I. G: long past With the Wind H: Harlem Globetrotters I: Iroquois League J: Jazz ok: Kentucky Derby L: Lewis and Clark day trip M: Marine Corps. N: Negro Leagues O: O´Leary´s Cow P: Postal provider Q: area Horse R: Ringling Brothers S: Statue of Liberty T: tv U: usa V: Veto W: battle of the Worlds X: Xerography Y: Yorktown crusade Z: Zoos
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Major General John Sullivan near present-day Elmira, New York in 1784. 9 In a treaty that was made 10 years later at Canandaigua, New York, the Iroquois and the United States each pledged not to disturb the other’s lands. From the League, the Onondaga, Seneca and Tuscarora remained in New York, the Mohawk and Cayuga resettled in Canada, and a generation later, the Oneida moved to Wisconsin. THE MAIN IDEA Circle the letter of the sentence or phrase which best describes the main idea of the article about the Iroquois League.
3) The article mentions the FBI’s collection of fingerprints. And of course, large data-banks and computer searches are essential for crime prevention today. Does this new technological field interest you? Why or why not? WORD POWER Circle the letter of the word that means the same as the word on the left. 1) guilt a) gold b) border c) blame 2) espionage a) spying b) immigration c) hope 3) personnel a) personality b) employees c) sentiment 4) overzealousness a) too big b) too expensive c) too enthusiastic 5) rings a) jewelry b) groups c) bells 6) positive a) certain b) optimistic c) helpful F4 CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS: 2) The FBI was _____________________ in 1908 by Attorney General Charles Joseph Bonaparte.
C) would have no real effect on the situation of the slaves. d) was only a way to attract extra soldiers to help in the war. 2) Freeing the slaves helped the North win the Civil War not only by bringing more soldiers into the Union army, but also by... a) showing the South that the North meant business. b) stopping the South from having a source of free labor. c) gaining extra votes for President Lincoln. d) winning one battle at a time. INTERPRETATION 1) How does the Emancipation Proclamation fit into the tradition of American democracy?